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Press Release 09-173
Invasive Species on the March: Variable Rates of Spread Set Current Limits to Predictability

Unknowns may place more species at risk in a changing climate

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These red flour beetles are pictured on the wheat they eat and are often found near.

These red flour beetles are pictured on the wheat they eat and are often found near.

Credit: USDA


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Scientists have studied red flour beetles to learn more about how invasive species spread.

Scientists have studied red flour beetles to learn more about how invasive species spread.

Credit: Brett Melbourne


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