Corpus ID: 17143773

Determinants of vertebrate invasion success in Europe and North America

@inproceedings{JONATH2006DeterminantsOV,
  title={Determinants of vertebrate invasion success in Europe and North America},
  author={A JONATH and H NMJESC and I DAv and D. S.T and R. Ay},
  year={2006}
}
  • J O N A T H A, N M J E S C H, +2 authors R. Ay
  • Published 2006
  • Species that are frequently introduced to an exotic range have a high potential of becoming invasive. Besides propagule pressure, however, no other generally strong determinant of invasion success is known. Although evidence has accumulated that human affiliates (domesticates, pets, human commensals) also have high invasion success, existing studies do not distinguish whether this success can be completely explained by or is partly independent of propagule pressure. Here, we analyze both… CONTINUE READING

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