Diaspore traits specialized to animal adhesion and sea current dispersal are positively associated with the naturalization of European plants across the World

Jaime Moyano, Essl Franz, Ruben Heleno, Vargas Pablo, Martin A. Nuñez & Mariano A. Rodriguez-Cabal
Understanding what drives non-native species naturalization (the establishment of a self-sustainable population outside its native range) is a central question in invasion science. Plants’ capacity for long distance dispersal (LDD) is likely to influence the spread and naturalization of non-native species differently according to their introduction pathways. These pathways include intentional introductions (for economic use, e.g. for agriculture), unintentional introductions (e.g. seed contaminants), plant dispersal via human infrastructures (e.g. roads), and plant spread from an...
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