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Site-specific conditions influence plant naturalization: The case of alien Proteaceae in South Africa
The outcome of plant introductions is often considered in binary terms (invasive or non-invasive). However, most species experience a time lag before naturalization occurs, and many species become naturalized at some sites ...
Assessing and managing the threat posed by Epipremnum aureum in South Africa
(Elsevier B.V., 2017)
The predictive success of risk assessments is still largely a function of invasiveness elsewhere. Therefore, species that are invasive elsewhere should be prioritised for management, and where possible eradicated. We set ...
Casuarina cunninghamiana in the Western Cape, South Africa: Determinants of naturalisation and invasion, and options from management
Alien species that are desirable and commercially important in some parts of the landscape but damaging invaders in other parts present a special challenge for managers, planners, and policy-makers. Casuarina cunninghamiana ...