Granivory of invasive, naturalized, and native plants in communities differentially susceptible to invasion.

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Seed predation is an important biotic filter that can influence abundance and spatial distributions of native species through differential effects on recruitment. This filter may also influence the relative abundance of nonnative plants within habitats and the communities' susceptibility to invasion via differences in granivore identity, abundance, and food… (More)

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@article{Connolly2014GranivoryOI, title={Granivory of invasive, naturalized, and native plants in communities differentially susceptible to invasion.}, author={Brian M. Connolly and Dean E. Pearson and Richard N. Mack}, journal={Ecology}, year={2014}, volume={95 7}, pages={1759-69} }