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30 America’s Least Wanted ACKNOWLEDGMENTS For their help in contributing information or reviews of this report, we would like to thank Michael Bean, James Bergen, Cameron Barrows, Andrew Cohen, Judith Connery, Matt Dallman, Pam Fuller, Doria Gordon, David Gumbart, Michael Hadfield, John Hawkins, Alan Holt, Lawrence Master, Larry Morse, Maria Naehu, John Randall, Amy Rossman, Reed Tollefson, and Diane Vosick. We especially would like to thank John Kartesz for providing data on the number of exotic plants in the United States, and David Harrelson for providing federal endangered species listing information.
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