1: Pollinator networks are crucial for ecosystem health but are disrupted by invasive species.

2: Invasive plants can outcompete native flora, reducing food sources for pollinators.

3: Invasive insects may compete or prey on native pollinators, disrupting their populations.

4: Pollinator networks need diverse plant species to thrive; invasives threaten this diversity.

5: Invasives can spread diseases that harm pollinators, further disrupting ecosystems.

6: Preventing and controlling invasives is essential to safeguard pollinator networks and biodiversity.

7: Collaborative efforts are needed to manage invasives and protect pollinator networks.

8: Supporting native plant species and habitats can help counter the impact of invasives on pollinators.

9: By raising awareness and taking action, we can preserve pollinator networks for a sustainable future.