Maui Invasive Species Committee

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Coqui frog invasions change invertebrate communities in Hawaii RT Choi, KH Beard - Biological Invasions, 2012 - Springer Abstract The Puerto Rican coqui frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui) invaded Hawaii in the late  1980s. Because the coqui reaches high densities and consumes large quantities of  invertebrates, it was hypothesized to change invertebrate communities where it invades...

Coqui frog invasions change invertebrate communities in Hawaii RT Choi, KH Beard - Biological Invasions, 2012 - Springer Abstract The Puerto Rican coqui frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui) invaded Hawaii in the late 1980s. Because the coqui reaches high densities and consumes large quantities of invertebrates, it was hypothesized to change invertebrate communities where it invades...

The Hō’ike o Haleakalā curriculum is designed to engage students in the study of the native Hawaiian ecosystems.

The Hō’ike o Haleakalā curriculum is designed to engage students in the study of the native Hawaiian ecosystems.

The Life Cycle of a Coqui Frog

Annie's Nature Journal: Coqui Frogs and Brown Tree Snake

Hō’ike o Haleakalā curriculum: designed to engage students in the study of the native Hawaiian ecosystems.

Hō’ike o Haleakalā curriculum: designed to engage students in the study of the native Hawaiian ecosystems.

Smart Strategy: Think of the Brain as a Muscle - Students who are told they can get smarter if they train their brains to be stronger, like a muscle, do better in school, a new psychology study shows.

Smart Strategy: Think of the Brain as a Muscle - Students who are told they can get smarter if they train their brains to be stronger, like a muscle, do better in school, a new psychology study shows.

New birds introduced, 1865: The purpose of these birds are to eat bugs found in the dirt like caterpillars.  The number of those birds was one-hundred and eighty-four.

New birds introduced, The purpose of these birds are to eat bugs found in the dirt like caterpillars.

This film tells the story of Maui Invasive Species Committee's efforts to combat the invasive miconia plant in east Maui. The film was filmed and edited by King Kekaulike student Kawelu Blando-Kaʻaihue as part of Maui Huliau Foundation's Huliau Independent Filmmakers program funded by the Maui County Office of Economic Development.

This film tells the story of Maui Invasive Species Committee's efforts to combat the invasive miconia plant in east Maui. The film was filmed and edited by K.

Tiny Invaders is about Maui Invasive Species Committee's battle against invasive coqui frogs introduced to Hawaiʻi from Puerto Rico. The film includes interviews with staff on the impacts of these tiny creatures and and up-close look at eradication efforts. It was filmed and edited by two Maui students as part of Maui Huliau Foundation's Huliau Independent Filmmakers program funded by the Maui County Office of Economic Development.

Tiny Invaders is about Maui Invasive Species Committee's battle against invasive coqui frogs introduced to Hawaiʻi from Puerto Rico. The film includes interv.

Illegal Alligator Lizard Found on Maui:  A lizard that is illegal in Hawaii was found last week roaming a hallway of a Maui hotel. February 13th, 2011

Illegal Alligator Lizard Found on Maui: A lizard that is illegal in Hawaii was found last week roaming a hallway of a Maui hotel.

Iguana caught on Dillingham Boulevard near Honolulu Community College by a security guard June 15, 2013

Iguana caught on Dillingham Boulevard near Honolulu Community College by a security guard June 2013

A new study by federal and university scientists has provided the first direct videographic evidence of depredation of the endangered Hawaiian Petrel by feral cats.

A new study by federal and university scientists has provided the first direct videographic evidence of depredation of the endangered Hawaiian Petrel by feral cats.

Is Climate Change Already Impacting Haleakala Silverswords? (Hawaii Conservation Conference Presentation by Paul Krushelnycky)

Is Climate Change Already Impacting Haleakala Silverswords? (Hawaii Conservation Conference Presentation by Paul Krushelnycky)

Surveillance, Detection, and a New Application Technology Benefit Miconia Control Effort: HBT

Surveillance, Detection, and a New Application Technology Benefit Miconia Control Effort: HBT