Invasion of coastal Acacia communities by Chrysanthemoides
Many of the distributed coastal sand-dune communities in New South Wales are being invaded by the South Africa shrub, Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. Rotundata (boneseed, bitou bush). In some stands, this has resulted in displacement of the previous dominant, Acacia longifolia var. Sophorae (coastal wattle). In South Africa, closely related Acacia ssp. Are invasive, so a study of both Chrysanthemoides and Acacia provided a means of better understanding the invasion process. The main factors in...[Show more]
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