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    Broward County and all of South Florida including Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County and Monroe County have a huge problem of these non-native and very invasive Green Iguanas. While they are typically only plant eating, (i.e. Hibiscus flowers) they have no natural predator to keep them in check within the food chain. Populating near waterways, they are breeding and becoming larger in numbers each year. Problems include damaged vegetation, residential home intrusion and damage to property with their high acidic faecal matter.  Homeowners have been hiring pest removal services, reporting them to their local municipalities and have even gone to the extreme of killing these lizard on their own.  The Green Iguana can grow quite large when unchecked by nature and an endless source of food, most local residents consider them pests and unwanted inhabitants to their yards and would like to see them gone. Invasive non-native Green Iguana lizard in the grass near brackish rainwater runoff and drainage canal between the Everglades and intercoastal in South Florida near Fort Lauderdale, Broward County. Actually found near the Arby’s off of University drive in Plantation between the road and the parking lot swale area.
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    Milkweed aka Asclepias is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant named for its milky latex substance for cardiac glycosides. Found in south Florida near the Everglades and Miami Dade County. Monarch caterpillars eat milkweed. In fact, the monarch butterfly is also known as the “milkweed butterfly.” The milkweed plant provides all the nourishment the monarch needs to transform the Monarch caterpillar into the adult butterfly.  But these plants are rapidly disappearing, due to the loss of habitat stemming from land development and the widespread spraying of weed killer on the fields where they live.
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    Broward County and all of South Florida including Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County and Monroe County have a huge problem of these non-native and very invasive Green Iguanas. While they are typically only plant eating, (i.e. Hibiscus flowers) they have no natural predator to keep them in check within the food chain. Populating near waterways, they are breeding and becoming larger in numbers each year. Problems include damaged vegetation, residential home intrusion and damage to property with their high acidic faecal matter.  Homeowners have been hiring pest removal services, reporting them to their local municipalities and have even gone to the extreme of killing these lizard on their own.  The Green Iguana can grow quite large when unchecked by nature and an endless source of food, most local residents consider them pests and unwanted inhabitants to their yards and would like to see them gone. Invasive non-native Green Iguana lizard in the grass near brackish rainwater runoff and drainage canal between the Everglades and intercoastal in South Florida near Fort Lauderdale, Broward County. Actually found near the Arby’s off of University drive in Plantation between the road and the parking lot swale area.
  • Sale!
    Broward County and all of South Florida including Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County and Monroe County have a huge problem of these non-native and very invasive Green Iguanas. While they are typically only plant eating, (i.e. Hibiscus flowers) they have no natural predator to keep them in check within the food chain. Populating near waterways, they are breeding and becoming larger in numbers each year. Problems include damaged vegetation, residential home intrusion and damage to property with their high acidic faecal matter.  Homeowners have been hiring pest removal services, reporting them to their local municipalities and have even gone to the extreme of killing these lizard on their own.  The Green Iguana can grow quite large when unchecked by nature and an endless source of food, most local residents consider them pests and unwanted inhabitants to their yards and would like to see them gone. Invasive non-native Green Iguana lizard in the grass near brackish rainwater runoff and drainage canal between the Everglades and intercoastal in South Florida near Fort Lauderdale, Broward County. Actually found near the Arby’s off of University drive in Plantation between the road and the parking lot swale area.
  • Sale!
    Broward County and all of South Florida including Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County and Monroe County have a huge problem of these non-native and very invasive Green Iguanas. While they are typically only plant eating, (i.e. Hibiscus flowers) they have no natural predator to keep them in check within the food chain. Populating near waterways, they are breeding and becoming larger in numbers each year. Problems include damaged vegetation, residential home intrusion and damage to property with their high acidic faecal matter.  Homeowners have been hiring pest removal services, reporting them to their local municipalities and have even gone to the extreme of killing these lizard on their own.  The Green Iguana can grow quite large when unchecked by nature and an endless source of food, most local residents consider them pests and unwanted inhabitants to their yards and would like to see them gone. Invasive non-native Green Iguana lizard in the grass near brackish rainwater runoff and drainage canal between the Everglades and intercoastal in South Florida near Fort Lauderdale, Broward County. Actually found near the Arby’s off of University drive in Plantation between the road and the parking lot swale area.
  • Sale!
    Broward County and all of South Florida including Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County and Monroe County have a huge problem of these non-native and very invasive Green Iguanas. While they are typically only plant eating, (i.e. Hibiscus flowers) they have no natural predator to keep them in check within the food chain. Populating near waterways, they are breeding and becoming larger in numbers each year. Problems include damaged vegetation, residential home intrusion and damage to property with their high acidic faecal matter.  Homeowners have been hiring pest removal services, reporting them to their local municipalities and have even gone to the extreme of killing these lizard on their own.  The Green Iguana can grow quite large when unchecked by nature and an endless source of food, most local residents consider them pests and unwanted inhabitants to their yards and would like to see them gone. Invasive non-native Green Iguana lizard in the grass near brackish rainwater runoff and drainage canal between the Everglades and intercoastal in South Florida near Fort Lauderdale, Broward County. Actually found near the Arby’s off of University drive in Plantation between the road and the parking lot swale area.
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    White Peacock Anartia jatrophae butterfly with a white dorsal and brown markings and double row of orange crescents. Found in South Florida feeding on nectar from a yellow flower closeup with bokeh on St. Augustine grass and weeds. Native and non-invasive type.
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    Old rotting faded painted pink shingle roof barn style small shed with white trim open door and window on a backyard farm next to metal storage, a-frame ladders in tall weeds & grass found on an adjacent farm in Loxahatchee, Palm Beach County, Florida.
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    Yellow Nutsedge aka Cyperus esculentus sedge family is a widespread weed found along water edges and wet areas of lawns that can overtake St. Augustine and Bermuda grass yards areas in South Florida in Loxahatchee Palm Beach County.
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    An old rotted outdoor farmhouse chicken coop barn with large chain link fenced in area for hens & fresh eggs to keep out roosters and predators like foxes, wolves, racoons, iguanas, and alligators. Found across a retention pond from one local house farm to another farm property in Loxahatchee Florida which is in Palm Beach near Broward County, Boca Raton, Miami, the Everglades and Fort Lauderdale.
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    A golden yellow and white tiger striped American / European shorthair aka FIFe or WCF adult domestic pet cat which originated in Sweden with a tag and color hunting in the grass near some weeds.
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    This is a native Cycloneda munda ladybug, not the Asian lady beetle which bites and is an invasive species. This harmless South Florida local eats aphids and is a natural insecticide control of harmful bugs. Found in Loxahatchee Florida which is an unincorporated area of Palm Beach County. Next to Broward County the city of Fort Lauderdale and North of Miami-Dade County and Miami Beach.
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    This is a native Cycloneda munda ladybug, not the Asian lady beetle which bites and is an invasive species. This harmless South Florida local eats aphids and is a natural insecticide control of harmful bugs. Found in Loxahatchee Florida which is an unincorporated area of Palm Beach County. Next to Broward County the city of Fort Lauderdale and North of Miami-Dade County and Miami Beach.
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    This is a native Cycloneda munda ladybug, not the Asian lady beetle which bites and is an invasive species. This harmless South Florida local eats aphids and is a natural insecticide control of harmful bugs. Found in Loxahatchee Florida which is an unincorporated area of Palm Beach County. Next to Broward County the city of Fort Lauderdale and North of Miami-Dade County and Miami Beach.
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    This is a native Cycloneda munda ladybug, not the Asian lady beetle which bites and is an invasive species. This harmless South Florida local eats aphids and is a natural insecticide control of harmful bugs. Found in Loxahatchee Florida which is an unincorporated area of Palm Beach County. Next to Broward County the city of Fort Lauderdale and North of Miami-Dade County and Miami Beach.
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    A golden yellow and white tiger striped American / European shorthair aka FIFe or WCF adult domestic pet cat which originated in Sweden with a tag and color hunting in the grass near some weeds.

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