National Pest Plant Accord

Summarised from Biosecurity New Zealand web pages at http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/pests-diseases/plants/accord.htm

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The purpose of the accord is to prevent the sale, distribution, or propagation, within New Zealand, of specified pest plants.

The National Pest Plant Accord is intended as a way of building upon the initiative previously provided by the National Surveillance Pest Plant List, under which councils provided surveillance for a list of plants based on a mutual agreement to include them as pests in their respective regional pest management strategies. It is a cooperative agreement between regional councils and government departments with biosecurity responsibilities.

The Accord List

Scientific Name Common Name/s View PDF
Acmena smithii monkey apple PDF
Alternanthera philoxeroides alligator weed PDF
Anredera cordifolia madeira vine; mignonette vine PDF
Araujia sericifera moth plant PDF
Asparagus asparagoides smilax; bridal veil creeper PDF
Asparagus scandens climbing asparagus; ferny asparagus PDF
Bartlettina sordida bartlettina PDF
Berberis darwinii Darwin's barberry PDF
Bryonia dioica white bryony PDF
Caesalpinia decapetala Mysore thorn PDF
Calluna vulgaris heather PDF
Cardiospermum grandiflorum balloon vine PDF
Cardiospermum halicacabum small balloon vine PDF
Caulerpa taxifolia

PDF
Celastrus orbiculatus climbing spindleberry; oriental bittersweet PDF
Ceratophyllum demersum hornwort PDF
Cestrum parqui green cestrum PDF
Chrysanthemoides monilifera spp. monilifera bone seed PDF
Clematis vitalba old man's beard PDF
Cobaea scandens cathedral bells PDF
Cortaderia jubata purple pampas PDF
Cortaderia selloana pampas PDF
Dipogon lignosus mile-a-minute PDF
Egeria densa egeria; oxygen weed PDF
Ehrharta villosa pyp grass PDF
Eichhornia crassipes water hyacinth PDF
Equisetum arvense horsetail PDF
Equisetum hyemale rough horsetail PDF
Eragrostis curvula African love grass PDF
Erigeron karvinskianus Mexican daisy PDF
Gunnera tinctoria Chilean rhubarb PDF
Gymnocoronis spilanthoides Senegal tea PDF
Hedychium flavescens yellow ginger PDF
Hedychium gardnerianum kahili ginger PDF
Homeria collina Cape tulip PDF
Houttuynia cordata chameleon plant PDF
Hydrilla verticillata hydrilla PDF
Hydrocleys nymphoides water poppy PDF
Ipomoea indica blue morning glory PDF
Iris pseudacorus yellow flag iris PDF
Lagarosiphon major oxygen weed PDF
Lantana camara var. aculeata lantana PDF
Ligustrum lucidum tree privet PDF
Lonicera japonica Japanese honeysuckle PDF
Ludwigia peploides primrose willow PDF
Ludwigia peruviana water primrose PDF
Lythrum salicaria purple loosetrife PDF
Menyanthes trifoliata bog bean PDF
Myrica faya fire tree, candle-berry myrtle PDF
Myriophyllum aquaticum parrot's feather PDF
Myriophyllum spicatum Eurasian watermilfoil PDF
Najas guadalupensis southern naiad PDF
Najas marina sawtooth PDF
Nassella tenuissima Mexican feather grass PDF
Nuphar lutea yellow waterlily PDF
Nymphoides geminata entire marshwort PDF
Nymphoides peltata fringed waterlily PDF
Osmunda regalis royal fern PDF
Passiflora tripartita (formerly Passiflora mollissima or Passiflora mixta) banana passionfruit; northern banana passionfruit PDFPDF
Pennisetum alopecuroides Chinese pennisetum PDF
Pennisetum macrourum African feather grass PDF
Pennisetum purpureum elephant grass; Napier grass PDF
Pennisetum setaceum African fountain grass PDF
Phragmites australis phragmites PDF
Pinus contorta lodgepole pine PDF
Pistia stratiotes water lettuce PDF
Plectranthus ciliatus plectranthus PDF
Polygonum perfoliatum devil's tail tearthumb PDF
Potamogeton perfoliatus clasped pondweed PDF
Rhamnus alaternus evergreen buckthorn PDF
Sagittaria montevidensis arrowhead PDF
Sagittaria platyphylla sagittaria; delta arrowhead PDF
Sagittaria sagittifolia arrowhead; Hawaii arrowhead PDF
Salix cinerea grey willow PDF
Salvinia molesta salvinia, kariba weed PDF
Schinus terebinthifolius christmas berry PDF
Selaginella kraussiana selaginella PDF
Solanum carolinense horse nettle PDF
Solanum marginatum white-edged nightshade PDF
Sorghum halepense Johnson grass PDF
Sparganium erectum bur reed PDF
Stratiotes aloides water soldier PDF
Tradescantia fluminensis wandering jew; tradescantia PDF
Trapa natans water chestnut PDF
Tropaeolum speciosum Chilean flame creeper PDF
Tussilago farfara coltsfoot PDF
Typha domingensis southern cattail PDF
Typha latifolia great reedmace PDF
Utricularia gibba bladderwort PDF
Vallisneria gigantea eelgrass PDF
Zizania latifolia Manchurian wild rice PDF

 

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