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Interactions among multiple invasive animals
(Ecological Society of America, 2015)
With accelerating rates of invasion being documented in many ecosystems, communities of interacting invasive species are becoming increasingly common. Opposing theories predict that invaders can either hinder or promote ...
Predators vs. alien: differential biotic resistance to an invasive species by two resident predators
The success of invading species can be restricted by interspecific interactions such as competition and predation (i.e. biotic resistance) from resident species, which may be natives or previous invaders. Whilst there are ...
Seed density is more effective than multi-trait limiting similarity in controlling grassland resistance against plant invasions in mesocosms
(International Association for Vegetation Science, 2018)
Question: Disturbed areas offer great opportunities for restoring native biodiversity,but they are also prone to invasion by alien plants. Following the limiting similarityhypothesis, we address the question of whether ...