來源： Alien Plants in Ireland, 2007; Caffery, 1999; EPPO, 2006
Heracleum mantegazzianum is reported as invasive in Ireland and abundance termed as 'common'. It was introduced intentionally as an ornamental plant. It is reported from the following counites: South Kerry - North Kerry - West Cork - Mid Cork - East Cork - Waterford - South Tipperary - Limerick - Clare & Aran Islands - North Tipperary - Carlow - South-east Galway - West Galway - North-east Galway - Offaly - Kildare - Wicklow - Dublin - Meath - Westmeath - Roscommon - West Mayo - Sligo - Cavan - Louth - Monaghan - Fermanagh - East Donegal - West Donegal - Tyrone - Armagh - Down - Antrim - Londonderry.
Invaded habitats include ground along rivers and streams, roadsides, waste ground, walls, rubbish tips. For more details see Heracleum mantegazzianum Alien Plants in Ireland.
棲地改變: The instability of river banks dominated by Heracleum mantegazzianum poses a serious threat to salmon spawning habits in Ireland (Caffrey, 1999).
最後修改 ： 23/02/2011 3:18:59 p.m.