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Much more give than take: South Africa as a major donor but infrequent recipient of invasive non-native grasses
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2016)
Aim Some regions donate more invaders from particular taxonomic and functional groups than they receive. We demonstrate a particularly striking donor–recipient asymmetry in invasion ecology in grasses. Specifically, we ...
The importance of pollinators and autonomous self-fertilisation in the early stages of plant invasions: Banksia and Hakea (Proteaceae) as case studies
(German Botanical Society and the Royal Botanical Society of the Netherlands, 2016)
Reproduction is a crucial stage in the naturalisation of introduced plant species. Here, using breeding system experiments and observations of floral visitors, we investigate whether a lack of pollinators or an inability ...