The comparative demography of the pasture weed Echium plantagineum between its native and invaded ranges
1. Echium plantagineum is native to the western Mediterranean Basin, where it is a common, but not dominant, component of species-rich annual grasslands. Since its introduction into Australia, E. plantagineum has spread to infest vast areas of predominantly agricultural land in south-east and south-west Australia, where it can be the dominant pasture species. 2. To unravel the ecological factors responsible for the high population abundance of E. plantagineum in Australia, its demography was...[Show more]
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