Enemy release or invasional meltdown ? Deer preference for exotic and native trees on Isla Victoria , Argentina

@inproceedings{Nuez2008EnemyRO,
  title={Enemy release or invasional meltdown ? Deer preference for exotic and native trees on Isla Victoria , Argentina},
  author={Martin A Nu{\~n}ez and Mar{\'i}a Andrea Relva and Daniel Simberloff},
  year={2008}
}
How interactions between exotic species affect invasion impact is a fundamental issue on both theoretical and applied grounds. Exotics can facilitate establishment and invasion of other exotics (invasional meltdown) or they can restrict them by re-establishing natural population control (as predicted by the enemyrelease hypothesis). We studied forest invasion on an Argentinean island where 43 species of Pinaceae, including 60% of the world’s recorded invasive Pinaceae, were introduced c. 1920… CONTINUE READING
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