Data from: A global meta-analysis of the ecological impacts of alien species on native amphibians

Ana L. Nunes, Jennifer M. Fill, Sarah J. Davies, Marike Louw, Alexander D. Rebelo, Corey J. Thorp, Giovanni Vimercati & G. John Measey
The exponential increase in species introductions during the Anthropocene has brought about a major loss of biodiversity. Amphibians have suffered large declines, with more than 16% considered to be threatened by invasive species. We conducted a global meta-analysis of the impacts of alien species on native amphibians to determine which aspects of amphibian ecology are most affected by plant, invertebrate, fish, amphibian, reptile or mammal introductions. Measures of fitness were most strongly affected; amphibian performance...
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