Troubling travellers : are ecologically harmful alien species associated with particular introduction pathways ?

@inproceedings{Pergl2017TroublingT,
  title={Troubling travellers : are ecologically harmful alien species associated with particular introduction pathways ?},
  author={Jan Pergl and Petr Py{\vs}ek and Sven Bacher and Franz Essl and Piero Genovesi and Colin A. Harrower and Philip E. Hulme and Jonathan M. Jeschke and Marc Kenis and Ingolf K{\"u}hn and Irena Perglov{\'a} and Wolfgang Rabitsch and Alain Roques and David B Roy and Helen Elizabeth Roy and Montserrat Vil{\`a} and Marten Winter and Wolfgang Nentwig},
  year={2017}
}
Prioritization of introduction pathways is seen as an important component of the management of biological invasions. We address whether established alien plants, mammals, freshwater fish and terrestrial invertebrates with known ecological impacts are associated with particular introduction pathways (release, escape, contaminant, stowaway, corridor and unaided). We used the information from the European alien species database DAISIE (www.europe-aliens.org) supplemented by the EASIN catalogue… CONTINUE READING

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