The invasion of Jamaican montane rainforests by the Australian tree Pittosporum undulatum.

Abstract

This report deals with the problem of the invasive Australian tree Pittosporum undulatum in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica. P. undulatum, which has the local names wild coffee and mock orange, was introduced to the Blue Mountains in 1883 and has now spread through about 1300 hectares of forest, most of it primary montane tropical rain forest. The report has five chapters.

Citation

Healey, J.; Hall, J. The invasion of Jamaican montane rainforests by the Australian tree Pittosporum undulatum. School of Agricultural and Forest Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor, UK (1996) 55 pp.

The invasion of Jamaican montane rainforests by the Australian tree Pittosporum undulatum.

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