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Invasive pests are the greatest threat to the survival of the world’s ash species

Discussion in 'Gardening News RSS Feeds' started by Botanic Gardens, Feb 7, 2018.

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    The conservation status of every species of ash or Fraxinus tree is revealed in BGCI's latest red list publication, The Red List of Fraxinus. The report finds the majority of Fraxinus species (79%) are not threatened with extinction in the wild. However, 11 species are at high risk of extinction

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