Disentangling the four demographic dimensions of species invasiveness
SUMMARY 1. A definitive list of invasive species traits remains elusive, perhaps due to inconsistent ways of identifying invasive species. Invasive species are typically identified using one or more of four demographic criteria (local abundance, geographic range, environmental range, spread rate), referred to here as the demographic dimensions of invasiveness. 2. In 112 studies comparing invasive and non-invasive plant traits, all 15 combinations of the four demographic dimensions were...[Show more]
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