Data from: Role of propagule pressure in colonization success: disentangling the relative importance of demographic, genetic and habitat effects

Ruth A. Hufbauer, Alexis Rutschmann, Bruno Serrate, Hervé Vermeil De Conchard & Benoît Facon
High propagule pressure is arguably the only consistent predictor of colonization success. More individuals enhance colonization success because they aid in overcoming demographic consequences of small population size (e.g. stochasticity and Allee effects). The number of founders can also have direct genetic effects: with fewer individuals, more inbreeding and thus inbreeding depression will occur, whereas more individuals typically harbour greater genetic variation. Thus, the demographic and genetic components of propagule pressure are interrelated, making it...
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