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When is a native species invasive? Incursion of a novel predatory marsupial detected using molecular and historical data

Campbell, Catriona D.; Sarre, Stephen; Gruber, Bernd; Stojanovic, Dejan; Medlock, Kathryn; Harris, Stephen; Macdonald, Anna J; Holleley, Clare E.


Aim Range expansions facilitated by humans or in response to local biotic or abiotic stressors provide the opportunity for species to occupy novel environments. Classifying the status of newly expanded populations can be difficult, particularly when the timing and nature of the range expansion are unclear. Should native species in new habitats be considered invasive pests or actively conserved? Here, we present an analytical framework applied to an Australian marsupial, the sugar glider...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018
Type: Journal article
Source: Diversity and Distributions
DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12717
Access Rights: Open Access

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