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Taxonomic bias and lack of cross-taxonomic studies in invasion biology

AuthorsJeschke, J. M.; Gómez Aparicio, Lorena ; Haider, S.; Heger, T.; Lortie, C. J.; Pyšek, Petr; Strayer, D. L.
Issue DateSep-2012
PublisherEcological Society of America
CitationFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10(7): 349-350 (2012)
AbstractInvasion biology is the study of non- native species and their introduction to – as well as potential establish- ment, spread, and impact within – exotic ranges. Although the con- cepts of invasion biology are applica- ble across taxonomic boundaries, Pyšek et al. (2008) reported a strong taxonomic bias in the discipline.
Description2 pages, 2 figures, 8 references.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/12.WB.016
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