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Trends in Ecology & Evolution, ISSN 0169-5347, 2002, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 164 - 170
To curb the future economic and environmental impacts of invasive exotic species, we need to understand the mechanisms behind exotic invasions. One commonly... 
introduced | prediction | biological control | weed | herbivore | nonindigenous | alien | enemy release hypothesis | invasive species | COMMUNITIES | MESIC GRASSLAND | GLOBAL CHANGE | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | SEEDLING RECRUITMENT | INSECT FAUNA | COMPETITION | HERBIVORE RESISTANCE | GROWTH | GENETICS & HEREDITY | ECOLOGY | INCREASED VIGOR | SWITZERLAND
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The Auk, ISSN 0004-8038, 10/2019, Volume 136, Issue 4, p. 1
Abstract It is widely assumed that colonizing species thrive because they lack natural enemies in their new range, increasing their survival and reproductive... 
Ectoparasites | Populations | Size | Population number | Biology | Parasites | Success | Eggs | Reproduction | Demographics | Predators | Breeding success | Population | Breeding seasons | Seasons | Pathogens | Parameters | Mortality | Clutch size | Survival | Interspecific relationships | Population decline | Clutch | Offspring | Hypotheses | Animal behavior | Predation | Clutches | Natural enemies
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