Integrating the Passenger-Driver hypothesis and plant community functional traits to the restoration of lands degraded by invasive trees
Our study examined the response of ten plant communities across Victoria, Australia to the infestation and subsequent removal of Pittosporum undulatum, a tree native to south Eastern Australia that is increasingly viewed as an invader within and particularly beyond its native range. At sites where P. undulatum removal has occurred over a 1–14 year period, species richness, canopy cover and functionality were compared against nearby invaded and remnant temperate Eucalyptus bushland, so as to...[Show more]
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