JNCC Indicator and charts for Trends in the extent of invasive species, based on species distribution data assembled and held by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) and Marine Biological Association (MBA) and supplemented by data from the National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Gateway.
Cal-IPC maintains the California Invasive Plant Inventory, a comprehensive list of invasive plants based on ecological impacts, pursues improvement of invasive plant policy through advocacy events and grassroots organizing and presents
This App is the second of a set of 3 portable identification guides for Apple touch-screen devices made by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute that cover the regional shore-fish faunas of the three tropical American marine regions: the Tropical Eastern Pacific, the Greater Caribbean (Caribbean and adjacent areas), and Brazil. This stand-alone app works independently of the internet and has Complete English and Spanish interfaces
HEAR provides Invasive species information for Hawaii and the Pacific, technology, methods, and information to facilitate communication and decision making on issues relating to non-native species. presents information about selected species in Hawaii and other Pacific islands. Both native and non-native species are included in these lists, including non-native species that either may or may not be considered invasive.
Program run by Inter-American Biodiversity and the Natural History Museum of the University Ricardo Palma which is developing a database of invasive alien species in Peru. Coverage is limited (Spanish language only)
The Pest Tracker interactive map allows users to see where invasive species have been identified and what areas in the United States are at greatest risk, covering all 50 states. This can be used to find state-specific contact information and to report pests.
This site covers the USA but focuses on the state of California, it links to the USDA Pest Tracker Map to see where invasive species have been identified and what areas in the United States are at greatest risk and allows addition of data via the "Report a Pest" Online system and the "Report a Pest" Mobile App.
The NatureWatch App allows citizen scientists to identify and report invasive alien species using an iPhone application, Submit your reports via photos and videos of species, droppings or footprints as well as through sound bites and written.
The GERDA database summarises incursion response and eradication programmes from around the world. The scope of the database is terrestrial arthropod pests and plant pathogens. Weeds, vertebrate pests, aquatic pests, and animal diseases are not currently included
The National Invasive Species Database provides up-to-date centralized information on the distribution of invasive species in Ireland.