Species: 

Elaeagnus umbellata 

Common Name(s): 

autumn olive, Autumn oleaster 

Habitats Impacted: 

disturbed/waste areas, cropland/pastureland, forest/woodland, rangeland

Regions likely to be Impacted: 

NE, SE

Present in Neighboring States?

AR, KS, LA, MO, NM

Currently known from Oklahoma?

Yes

Elaeagnus umbellata 

T. Davis Sydnor, The Ohio State University, Bugwood.org

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What you should know!

Can form a dense layer that displaces native species. Can rapidly resprout following cutting or burning. Prolific seeder. Intentionally introduced for shelter belts, erosion control, wasteland reclamation, wildlife habitat, and as an ornamental

Management information