Roser Rotchés-Ribalta – Environmental filtering of alien plant invasion in metropolitan forests. The role of vertebrate dispersion


11th International Conference on Biological Invasions

The Human Role in Biological Invasions: a case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
15.-18. IX. 2020., Vodice, Croatia – Conference Home page

3 replies on “Roser Rotchés-Ribalta – Environmental filtering of alien plant invasion in metropolitan forests. The role of vertebrate dispersion”

Hi Eva. Thanks for your comment. The most common species recorded in metropolitan forests were vertebrate-dispersed species such as Celtis australis, Laurus nobilis, Lonicera japonica, Ligustrum lucidum. And among the non-vertebrate-dispersed species, the most common ones were Robinia pseudoacacia, or Conyza sumatrensis, for example.
Do not hesitate to contact me for further info (r.rotches@creaf.uab.cat)

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