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Acomplete list of the introduced species for even quite small areas of the world would be dauntingly long (literally). Humans have introduced more different species from today's world (even genetically-engineered ones), prehistory (through Time travel), or fiction (through Universe travel, aka Universal travel, Dimension travel, or Dimensional travel) to new environments in the real world/modern times than any single document can hope to record. This list is generally for established species with truly wild populations—not kept domestically, not kept in zoos/safari parks, not kept in pet stores, nor kept on ranches—that have been seen numerous times, and have the very successful breeding populations. While most introduced species can cause negative impact to new environments they reach or were brought to, some can have positive impact, just for conservation purpose.
In this list, if the species has an I symbol next to the species name, that means that species is an invasive species, if the species's name doesn't have an I symbol next to it, it isn't an invasive species, but they can still thrive even if it's not an invasive species.
(Note: All deadly and non-deadly diseases on earth (the ones that are viruses, bacteria, etc.) including ebola, malaria, zika, rabies, stomach bug, and others, as well as non-mushroom-type fungi, are eradicated on earth, so they aren't listed here)