Vigilance urged on toxic weed found near coastline
People are encouraged to report sightings of sea spurge, an invasive weed that grows just above the high tide mark on some of our beaches. It arrived from Australia by sea and was first spotted in NZ in 2012. Here is a recent article about it. You can find photos on the NZPCN website.
Please contact your local regional council if you see any.
Our database has many articles about it if you want to know more detail.
Posted: 20 January 2021 in the Flora & Fauna category