Contrasting effects of tree origin and urbanization on invertebrate abundance and tree phenology

Johan Kjellberg Jensen, Sherin Jayousi, Maria Von Post, Caroline Isaksson & Anna S. Persson
The ongoing wide-scale introduction of non-native plants across the world may negatively influence native invertebrate fauna, due to a lack of co-evolved traits related to the novel plants, e.g. unique phytochemicals or shifted phenology. Non-native plants, specifically trees, are common in urban environments, areas that already pose novel habitats to plants and wildlife through a wide array of anthropogenic factors. For example, impervious surfaces contribute to increased ambient temperatures, the so-called urban heat island effect...
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