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  • Currently invasive pines belong to naturally invasive lineages

    09 Nov 2015

    Pinus contorta in its native range in Yellowstone National Park, USA

    Research by Laure Gallien and co-authors (including C·I·B Director Dave Richardson) sought to expand the current understanding of the origins of species invasiveness over large evolutionary scales to better appreciate how migrations and evolution have shaped the differences between invasive and non-invasive species. They exemplify the utility of this new approach by focussing on one of the best-studied invasive plant genera: Pinus.

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