Data from: Niche and fitness differences determine invasion success and impact in laboratory bacterial communities

Shao-Peng Li, Jiaqi Tan, Xian Yang, Chao Ma & Lin Jiang
There is increasing awareness of invasion in microbial communities worldwide, but the mechanisms behind microbial invasions remain poorly understood. Specifically, we know little about how the evolutionary and ecological differences between invaders and natives regulate invasion success and impact. Darwin’s naturalization hypothesis suggests that the phylogenetic distance between invaders and natives could be a useful predictor of invasion, and modern coexistence theory proposes that invader-native niche and fitness differences combine to determine invasion outcome. However,...
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