Goatsrue is an herbaceous, shrub-like, multi-stemmed and deep-rooted perennial legume that grows between 2 and 6 feet in height. Mature leaves are alternate and pinnately compound with six to ten pairs of leaflets.
Oak wilt is caused by a fungus that blocks nutrient and water flow through oak trees, killing them from the top down.
The rusty crayfish has a dark brown body, distinguishable by dark, rusty spots on either side of the carapace. Rusty crayfish are opportunistic feeders. They are a very aggressive species that often displace native crayfish
The rudd is a somewhat stocky, deep-bodied fish with a forked tail. The mouth is distinct, with a steeply angled protruding lower lip. Young rudd compete with native species for habitat and food, such as algae and small invertebrates.
Water hyacinth is a free-floating, perennial, aquatic plant. In climates where it is unable to survive the winter, water hyacinth will grow as an annual. Its leaves are round, curved, glossy bright green and float above the water’s surface on bulbous stalks.