Comparison of insect invasions in North America, Japan and their Islands

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Among the various animal taxa that are have established outside their native ranges, invasions by insect species are the most numerous worldwide. In order to better understand the characteristics of insect species that make them more invasion prone, the characteristics of habitats that make them more susceptible to invasions and to understand the pathways… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10530-015-0935-y

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@article{Yamanaka2015ComparisonOI, title={Comparison of insect invasions in North America, Japan and their Islands}, author={Takehiko Yamanaka and Nobuo Morimoto and Gordon M. Nishida and Keizi Kiritani and Seiichi Moriya and Andrew M Liebhold}, journal={Biological Invasions}, year={2015}, volume={17}, pages={3049-3061} }