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protecting and restoring Roebuck Plains' wetlands, installing a walkway to protect the mouth of the Margaret River, eradicating feral pigs at Bannister River, Lake Muir, lower Blackwood River, Chittering Valley and the Donnelly area, harnessing hunting skills of Kiwirrkurra people in the Rangelands to control feral cats, removing rubber vine along the Fitzroy River, monitoring and building habitat for the western ringtail possum in the South-West, re-introducing native mammals to the Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary, surveys of Kimberley bilby habitat.
argentatum can only be considered partially-domesticated, and candidates such as the Russian dandelion species, the rubber vine or the Japanese rubber mushroom are very far from commercialization.
Australian releases of a rust fungus against the highly invasive rubber vine weed (Cryptostegia grandiflora) have proved highly successful.
The rubber vine weed, introduced to Australia from Madagascar in the 19th century as an ornamental and latex plant, has been described as the biggest threat to ecosystems in tropical Australia.
By the late 1980s, the rubber vine infestations were so vast that wide-scale chemical control was considered impractical, uneconomic and environmentally undesirable.
Other rust fungi of weeds, such as those introduced previously for the biological control of bridal creeper and rubber vine, have proved to be very effective tools to manage these weeds of national significance.
RUBBER vine is regarded as a `weed of national significance', but that's not meant as a compliment.
Fire treatments were burnt annually for two years so that the effect of first and second fires on rubber vine survival could be compared.
More than 240 invasive species have been identified across the LEB, including 20 of National Significance, including rubber vine, mother of millions and prickly acacia.
Admired as the "builder king" in Belgium for funding the construction of fine structures in Brussels and Ostend, Leopold made money by forcing people of the Congo to tap wild rubber vines.
Its collection required going deep into the rain forests to find the rubber vines.
You'll also see a troop of rare lion-tailed macaques (only 2,000 live in the wild) cavorting in a primate pleasure dome of climbing trees and rubber vines," and an aviary full of rare birds, including the remarkably named chestnut-backed scimitar-billed babbler.