Data from: Germination niche breadth of invasive Iris pseudacorus (L.) suggests continued recruitment from seeds with climate warming

Brenda J. Grewell, Morgane B. Gillard, Jesús M. Castillo, Mohsen B. Mesgaran & Caryn J. Futrell
Understanding recruitment processes of invasive species is central to conservation and management strategies. Iris pseudacorus,an emergent macrophyte, has established invasive populations across a broad global range where it reduces biodiversity in wetland ecosystems. Climate warming is altering cues that drive germination, yet studies on the invasion of wetland macrophytes often ignore germination ecology despite its importance to their establishment and spread. The dataset includes data generated from a series of experiments conducted to improve understanding...
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