Naturalization of introduced plants: ecological drivers of biogeographical patterns.

  title={Naturalization of introduced plants: ecological drivers of biogeographical patterns.},
  author={David M. Richardson and Petr Py{\vs}ek},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  volume={196 2},
The literature on biological invasions is biased in favour of invasive species--those that spread and often reach high abundance following introduction by humans. It is, however, also important to understand previous stages in the introduction-naturalization-invasion continuum ('the continuum'), especially the factors that mediate naturalization. The emphasis on invasiveness is partly because most invasions are only recognized once species occupy large adventive ranges or start to spread. Also… CONTINUE READING
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