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Macroecology meets invasion ecology: linking the native distributions of Australian acacias to invasiveness
Aim Species’ native ranges reflect the net outcome of interactions between lifehistory strategies and biotic and abiotic influences over evolutionary time-scales. Differences in native ranges might be indicative both of ...
Invasiveness in introduced Australian acacias: the role of species traits and genome size
Aim To assess associations between invasiveness, genome size and species traits in Australian Acacia species introduced outside their native range. Location Global. Methods Holoploid genome size was determined by flow ...
Effects of density-dependent dispersal behaviours on the speed and spatial patterns of range expansion in predator-prey metapopulations
Dispersal can strongly affect the spatiotemporal dynamics of a species (its spread, spatial distribution and persistence). We investigated how two dispersal behaviours, namely prey evasion (PE) and predator pursuit (PP), ...