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  1. Orconectes limosus (Rafinesque, 1817) – Spiny-cheek Crayfish non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Prevention

  2. Orconectes virilis (Hagen, 1870) – Virile Crayfish non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Prevention

  3. Oxyura jamaicensis (Gmelin, JF, 1789) – Ruddy Duck non-native

    Species, Bird, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Hwyaden Goch, Hwyaid Coch

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Management

  4. Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana, 1852) – Signal Crayfish non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, terrestrial

    American Signal Crayfish

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  5. Procambarus clarkii (Girard, 1852) – Red Swamp Crayfish non-native

    Species, Crustacean, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Prevention

  6. Pseudorasbora parva (Temminck and Schlegel, 1846) – Topmouth Gudgeon non-native

    Species, Bony fish (Actinopterygii), Freshwater, terrestrial

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Management

  7. Rhododendron ponticum L. – Rhododendron non-native

    Species, Flowering plant, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Rhododendron Wyllt

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  8. Rhododendron ponticum x Rhododendron maximum

    Species hybrid, Flowering plant, Freshwater

    Priority species for Wales: Long-term management

  9. Xenopus laevis (Daudin, 1802) – African Clawed Toad non-native

    Species, Amphibian, Freshwater, terrestrial

    Establishment status: GB Establishment Status - Established

    Priority species for Wales: Prevention

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