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Cornwall Knotweed Forum Image Library

These images have been provided by members of the Cornwall Knotweed Forum to help provide better understanding of the issues around Japanese knotweed and other invasive non-native species.

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The images contained within this image library are freely available for the purposes of education and public information. Images should be credited to Cornwall Knotweed Forum. Their purpose is to influence and educate.

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Crassula Helmsii

A photo showing Fallopia Japonica infesting a graveyard

A close up image of Fallopia Japonica leaves

Fallopia Japonica in bloom

An infestation of Hydrocotyle Ranunculoides

Myriophyllum Aquaticum, commonly known as Parrot Feather

An infestation of Myriophyllum Aquaticum

Petasites Fragrans

A portrait of Philip Seibold - the man who introduced Japanese knotweed to Europe

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