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The Pacific coast is home to several species of invasive cordgrass (Spartina anglica, S. densiflora, S. patens, S. alterniflora) that are invading thousands of hectares (ha) of intertidal mudflat along the west coast of the US and rapidly spreading into the Strait of Georgia. These invasive grasses are capable of forming massive; single-species stands in ecologically critical habitat in the intertidal and low marsh communities of estuaries and outlets. Click here to read more.