Dalmatian Toadflax

Linaria dalmatica ssp. dalmatica

 Pictured above shows a mass of dried and dead Dalmatian toadflax plants. This area was burned in 2015. 

Pictured above shows a mass of dried and dead Dalmatian toadflax plants. This area was burned in 2015. 

 Dalmatian toadflax thrives in Eastern Washington's rangelands. 

Dalmatian toadflax thrives in Eastern Washington's rangelands. 

 Dalmatian toadflax will often explode in an area after a wildfire. This picture was taken in the 2015 Tunk Block Fire area and much work has been done to release biological control to help control this invasive weed. 

Dalmatian toadflax will often explode in an area after a wildfire. This picture was taken in the 2015 Tunk Block Fire area and much work has been done to release biological control to help control this invasive weed. 

About 

Damatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica, causes serious negative impacts in pastures, rangelands and other natural areas. It out-competes native and beneficial vegetation. This invasive species is a serious problem on the Colville Reservation. Much work that is done to control this invasive plant is through the use of biological controls. 

A very effective biological control agent is available for this noxious weed. Please visit this link for more information.