Hydrilla is found in many of South Carolina’s lakes, including Marion, Moultrie and the Goose Creek Reservoir.
Cogon grass has been found throughout South Carolina and several patches that have been treated are still being monitored to ensure this invasive is dead. (James H. Miller/USDA/Invasive.org)
The hemlock woolly adelgid is a tiny bug that has killed many of South Carolina's hemlock trees. (L.) Carr.) John A. Weidhass/Virginia Polytechnic Institute/Invasive.org
Phragmites are an invasive reed that is found in some counties near South Carolina's coast. Rob Routledge/Sault College/Invasive.org
Hydrilla can spread through a lake and is linked to an alga that can cause fatal illness in coots, eagles and other birds. choking out other vegetation. (USDA/Invasive.org)