[Invasive-species] New webpages for the Belgian Forum on Invasive Species

BRANQUART Etienne E.Branquart at mrw.wallonie.be
Tue Jan 10 16:46:55 CET 2006

Dear all,

New webpages of the Belgian Forum on Invasive Species have been developed and are accessible from the following URL :


As you'll see, the list of invasive alien species in Belgium has been updated, thanks to the contribution of numerous forum members. I would like to take the opportunity to thank all of you who contributed to this task by sending information on new invasive species in Belgium. Species factsheets will be incorporated in the new website in a few days, including additional species profiles on fishes, parakeets, etc. A special thank to Dieter Anseeuw, Marie Pairon and Diederik Strubbe who prepared background information for those new profiles.

Of course, new species and information can be added to this reference list for Belgium. Please feel free to send new information on the list or directly to my e-mail address.

On those pages, new information is also avaiable on international IAS resources (working groups, research networks, etc.), thematic news and events, etc. Additional information on legislation and other IAS-related issues will be also developed in the future. Any comment or suggestion is very welcome.

Very best regards,

Etienne Branquart

Dr.  Etienne Branquart
Belgian Biodiversity Platform (SPO)
Ministere de la Region wallonne
Centre de Recherche de la Nature, des Forets et du Bois (DGRNE)
Avenue Marechal Juin, 23
B-5030 Gembloux- Belgium
Tel :   + 32 (0)81 620 420
Fax :  + 32 (0)81 620 436
E-mail : E.Branquart at mrw.wallonie.be
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