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February 2015 - Spotted Knapweed
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Spotted Knapweed, Centaurea biebersteinii
Spotted Knapweed, Centaurea biebersteinii
In North America, the Spotted Knapweed is an invasive species of plant, introduced from eastern Europe. It is a member of the Aster family of plants, and is somewhat thistle-like in appearance. It spreads very quickly and thrives in disturbed sites where it is able to easily out compete native plants.
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