Species Location

Cook Islands

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Invasive SpeciesCommon NameOrganism TypeInvasive Species Status
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Two-spot BristletoothRay-finned fishNative-Reported
Whitetail BristletoothRay-finned fishNative-Reported
Hawaiian BristletoothRay-finned fishNative-Reported
Striped BristletoothRay-finned fishNative-Reported
Rough Tree-fernLand plantEndemic-Reported
Cook Islands PittosporumLand plantEndemic-Reported
Brain CoralStony coralNative-Reported
 Stony coralNative-Reported
 Stony coralNative-Reported
Blacksaddled Coral GrouperRay-finned fishNative-Reported
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Native SpeciesNative Common NameNative Species StatusInvasive SpeciesCommon NameImpact Mechanism
Cook Islands Reed-warblerNear ThreatenedPolynesian ratPredation
Cook Islands Reed-warblerNear Threatenedblack ratPredation
Cook Islands Reed-warblerNear Threatenedblack ratPredation
Cook Islands Reed-warblerNear Threateneddomestic goatGrazing/Herbivory/Browsing
Cook Islands Reed-warblerNear ThreatenedcatPredation
Polynesian Storm-petrelEndangeredhouse mousePredation (potential)

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