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A tree well travelled: global genetic structure of the invasive tree Acacia saligna
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2015)
Aim Invasiveness of an introduced species in one region is often used to predict risk and inform management of the same species elsewhere. This assumes that entities in both regions are equivalent in their ecology and ...
Ghosts from the past: even comprehensive sampling of the native range may not be enough to unravel the introduction history of invasive species – the case of Acacia dealbata invasions in South Africa
(Botanical Society of America, 2019)
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Knowledge about the introduction history (source(s), number and size of introduction events) of an invasive species is a crucial prerequisite to understand invasion success and to facilitate effective ...
Genetic analyses reveal complex introduction histories for the invasive tree Acacia dealbata Link around the world
Aim To compare genetic diversity and structure between Acacia dealbata populations sampled across the species' native range in Australia and from its non-native ranges in Chile, Madagascar, New Zealand, Portugal, La Reunion ...
Genetic insights into the globally invasive and taxonomically problematic tree genus Prosopis
Accurate taxonomic identification of alien species is crucial to detect new incursions, prevent or reduce the arrival of new invaders and implement management options such as biological control. Globally, the taxonomy of ...