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Can invasive species facilitate native species? Evidence of how, when, and why these impacts occur
Rodriguez, L.F. (2006). Can invasive species facilitate native species? Evidence of how, when, and why these impacts occur. Biological Invasions 8: 927-939
In: Biological Invasions. Springer: London. ISSN 1387-3547, more
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Keywords
    Evolution; Habitat; Indigenous species; Introduced species; Pollination; Predation; Marine

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  • Rodriguez, L.F.

Abstract
    Although the predatory and competitive impacts of biological invasions are well documented, facilitation of native species by non-indigenous species is frequently overlooked. A search through recent ecological literature found that facilitative interactions between invasive and native species occur in a wide range of habitats, can have cascading effects across trophic levels, can re-structure ...

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