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Identifying a successful invader in mutualistic communities
19-September-2016

A recent paper by former C·I·B student Dr Ony Minoarivelo and C·I·B core team member Prof Cang Hui explored the features of alien species and invaded ecosystems that may influence the success of alien species.

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Itsy bitsy spiders climbing up a mountain top
12-September-2016

A study by C·I·B core team member Stefan Foord and co-author, Ansie Dippenaar-Schoeman (Agricultural Research Council) points to the remarkable ability of spiders to respond to changes in the environment.

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Food use of an invasive barnacle suggests potential for spread
05-September-2016

The ability of an invasive barnacle to use available food resources shows likely spread along the South coast of South Africa. These findings come from work by Haley Pope (former C·I·B student) and Tammy Robinson and Mhairi Alexander of the C·I·B.

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Abiotic factors limit naturalization of Australian pine
29-August-2016

Water stress and shade may limit the potential of one of the world’s most widespread invasive alien tree species, the Australian pine tree (Casuarina equisetifolia L.) to spread on sandy coastal plains of Brazil.

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