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Eupatorium adenophorum Spreng.
It occurs throughout many terrestrial areas of the world and is especially rampant in Southeast Asia, Hawaii U. Since its invasion to China from the boundaries of Vietnam and Burma, the speed of its spread has been faster than anticipated, particularly in the southern and southwestern parts of the country. It is considered a threat to local economy and biodiversity. As a result, an increasing number of Chinese scientists have become in terested in studying this species and much progress in understanding the biology and ecology of this species has been made to date. In particular, much is known about the underlying mechanisms of its invasion biology.
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Taxonomy[ edit ] Ageratina adenophora is known by many common names, including eupatory, sticky snakeroot, crofton weed, and Mexican devil. Eupatorium adenophorum is a synonym. Description[ edit ] Ageratina adenophora is a perennial herbaceous shrub that may grow to 1 or 2 metres 3. The small compound flowers occur in late spring and summer, and are found in clusters at the end of branches.