Forest invaders can be very damaging to a tree, but there are also many species that are just as bad.
A new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has identified 12 species that can be responsible for nearly half of all forest-related land loss in the US.
While they aren’t the largest forest invaders, the species that we know the most about have caused the most damage.
Here are the 10 most common forest-invading species in the United States.1.
The woodlouse-eaten ash tree: Ash trees have a history of destroying forests, but they’re particularly prolific at destroying the most remote, vulnerable, and beautiful forested habitats.
The ash tree’s bark is thick, and it has a hard, fibrous shell.
These are hard to remove, and can kill a tree’s root system and even its roots.
It can also cause tree damage by trapping air bubbles, and even create a cavity for the tree to enter.
The bark of the ash tree can grow to more than two feet long, and the bark of other ash trees can grow as long as 1,000 feet.2.
The oak tree: This is one of the largest tree species, and its bark is so thick that it can be nearly impossible to remove.
In the wild, the bark is a hardy plant that grows quickly and produces huge woody flowers.
The only problem is that it’s so difficult to remove that it has become an endangered species.
Oak trees can be found in nearly every state in the union.
However, they’ve only been around for a couple of hundred years.3.
The eastern black pine: The eastern spruce is the biggest tree in the world, but its bark, which is more than a hundred times thicker than that of the oak, is a major factor in its destruction.
Its bark is hard and brittle, and when it breaks, the broken pieces can cause serious damage.
The Eastern spruce can grow from 1,200 feet to 4,000, and although it’s often called the tallest tree in North America, it has been known to reach up to 2,000.4.
The western red cedar: The western spruce’s bark can be tough and can tear a tree down.
In fact, it can rip a tree up into a pile of branches.
In some parts of the United State, the tree has been declared a threatened species, which means it could be removed if it is threatened.
In other parts of New England, it is listed as a forest and wildlife refuge, meaning it is not only safe to clear, but also a good place to live and raise livestock.5.
The black spruce: The black pine’s bark has a very fine layer that is incredibly tough and will never break.
In most parts of North America it’s still relatively young and can reach over 20 feet in height, but it has reached over 4,200 in recent years.
The tree is now classified as endangered and has only been recorded as being in trouble for the past 20 years.6.
The golden eucalyptus: The golden Eucalypus can grow up to 6,000 and can grow in a variety of habitats.
It has a thin, tough bark that is so hard that it is almost impossible to pull it apart.
The thin, hard bark is also extremely fragile.
Its only known benefit is that the tree is an excellent habitat for migrating birds.7.
The red maple: This tree is known as the world’s oldest, and is considered a member of the fir family.
Its long, slender, hard trunk is very hard and can withstand severe punishment, including being crushed by a car.
In recent years, however, it’s been threatened by a drought.8.
The hickory nut tree: The hockory nut is one the tallest trees in the forest, and due to its shape it is a common tree.
The trees are hardy, but have a thin shell that is difficult to cut down.
The shell is soft, so it can withstand extreme temperatures, and also can be broken by strong winds.
The fruit of the nut tree is edible, but the shell is hard, so its only use is to hold food in the tree.9.
The spruce budditch: This large, heavy tree can be as large as 6,500 feet tall.
The buddatch is made of wood that is more resistant to breaking than the bark, and if the tree were to break, it would easily break apart.
This tree also has a tendency to cause damage by capturing the air in its branches.10.
The cedar pine: This beautiful tree is considered the most beautiful of all tree species in North and South America, and in some areas, it even lives in a national park.
The American cedar has a strong, strong, powerful trunk that can hold up to 60 tons of weight.
The trunk is extremely tough, so if a branch breaks, it will break the