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Meadow Knapweed

Latin Name: Centaurea Debeauxii

Native to Europe, but now spread widely throughout the Pacific Northwest and in localized areas of the Northeast U. S.

Russian Knapweed

Latin Name: Acroptilon Repens

A native of Eurasia that was introduced to the United States in the late 1800’s, and now is widely distributed over the western U.S.

Spotted Knapweed

Latin Name: Centaurea maculosa

Accidentally introduced from Europe as a contaminant in crop seeds, and now one of the major weed pests on rangeland in Montana. It is found throughout the northern half of the United States

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