Species are not known to be present within the region but are within a 100 mile radius or a pathway exists.
Species are present in the region, but at low abundance. Eradication feasible within Priority Conservation Areas.
Species are considered to be too widespread for eradication although, some areas remain unaffected. Infestations found within Priority Conservation Areas (PCA’s) are targeted.
Species are considered too widespread to eradicate. High priority resources, like rare plant or recreation assets, are protected through localized management strategies.
Species that may or may not be in PRISM but are difficult to respond to or that require more knowledge of.
Native species found in our region that are considered to be rare, threatened or have high ecological value.