Population Ecology of Hybrid Mesquite (Prosopis Species) in Western Australia: How Does it Differ from Native Range Invasions and What are the Implications for Impacts and Management?

@article{Klinken2005PopulationEO,
  title={Population Ecology of Hybrid Mesquite (Prosopis Species) in Western Australia: How Does it Differ from Native Range Invasions and What are the Implications for Impacts and Management?},
  author={R. V. Klinken and Jodi Graham and L. Flack},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={727-741}
}
  • R. V. Klinken, Jodi Graham, L. Flack
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Biological Invasions
  • Beneficial exotic trees and shrubs have been widely spread throughout semiarid and arid regions of the world. These trees and shrubs can however cause severe negative impacts. Mesquite (Prosopis species), native to the New World, is one example which continues to be promoted despite causing serious impacts both in its native and introduced ranges. We describe the population structure of the largest population of fire-tolerant hybrid mesquite (P. velutina × P. glandulosa var. glandulosa × P… CONTINUE READING
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