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Japanese honeysuckle

Invasive Species Information

Creeping Bellflower  - Campanula rapunculoides Biodiversity Medium Risk Invasive Species 14

What Is Japanese honeysuckle - (Lonicera japonica)?

Habitat: Terrestrial
Distribution in Ireland:

Status: Established

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Clover broomrape Biodiversity Medium Risk Invasive Species 14

Japanese honeysuckle #1

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Japanese honeysuckle #2

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How To Identify Japanese honeysuckle?

Clover broomrape Biodiversity Medium Risk Invasive Species 14

Japanese honeysuckle - Lonicera japonica​ ID Guide

Leaf
Flower
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Seed:

Root

Clover broomrape Biodiversity Medium Risk Invasive Species 14

Japanese honeysuckle #3

Clover broomrape Biodiversity Medium Risk Invasive Species 14

Japanese honeysuckle #4

Why Is Japanese honeysuckle A Problem?

Japanese honeysuckle is an alien (non-native) invasive plant, meaning it out-competes crowds-out and displaces beneficial native plants that have been naturally growing in Ireland for centuries.

 

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European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011 non-native invasive plant species A-Z (Updated 2017)

There are currently 35 invasive plant species listed in the European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations (annex 2, Part 1)...

 

Click on a species from the following list to find out more regarding non-native species subject to restrictions under Regulations 49 and 50.

Additional Non-Native Plant Species identified as Medium Risk on Ireland's Biodiversity List...

Common name 

African woodsorrel

American skunk cabbage

Annual bur-sage

Antithamnionella ternifolia

Barberry

Black currant

Brazilian waterweed

Butterfly-bush

Canadian-fleabane

Clover broomrape

Creeping Bellflower

Dead man's fingers

Douglas fir

Early goldenrod

False acacia

Field penny-cress

Garden lupin

Giant rhubarb

Hairy rocket

Himalayan honeysuckle

Himalayan knotweed

Holm oak

Japanese barberry

Japanese honeysuckle

Japanese rose

Leafy spurge

Least duckweed

Narrow-leaved ragwort

New Zealand bur

Ostrich fern

Pampas grass

Pitcherplant

Red oak

Red sheath tunicate

Rock cotoneaster

Rum cherry

Russian-vine

Salmonberry

Sea-buckthorn

Sycamore

Three-cornered garlic

Traveler's-joy

Tree of heaven

Turkey oak

Virginia-creeper

Warty cabbage

Water fern

Wild parsnip

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