Which species do you think is the biggest threat to UK flora and fauna?

Have your say in this month’s poll. 

Invasive species feature, June 2015, BBC Wildlife Magazine

The global cost of the war with alien species is an estimated $1.4 trillion, but is this always a battle we should be fighting? Invasive plants and animals can benefit biodiversity and may prove to be nature’s salvation, says science writer Fred Pearce.

You can read the full article in the June 2015 issue of BBC Wildlife. 

Find out more about non-native species at the GB non-native species secretariat website

Which species do you think is the biggest threat to UK flora and fauna? 

The purpose of this poll is to allow users of the site to express their views on the subject of the question. While the results will be of interest to other users and the editorial team, it is not a representative sample. 

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American mink
32% (7 votes)
Grey squirrel
14% (3 votes)
14% (3 votes)
Ring-necked parakeet
0% (0 votes)
Japanese knotweed
32% (7 votes)
Edible dormouse
0% (0 votes)
Chinese mitten crab
0% (0 votes)
None of the above. I have shared my suggestion in the comments section below.
9% (2 votes)
Total votes: 22
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