common teasel, venuscup teasle, teasel
riparian/aquatic, rangeland, forest/woodland, disturbed/waste areas
Regions likely to be Impacted:
Present in Neighboring States?
CO, KS, MO, NM, TX
Currently known from Oklahoma?
Steve Dewey, Utah State University, Bugwood.org
What you should know!
Forms large dense stands that choke out desirable species, reducing forage, wildlife habitat, and diversity. Seedheads are used in dried flower arrangements, potentially introducing the species to new areas.