Data from: Plant traits and plant biogeography control the biotic resistance provided by generalist herbivores

Bart M. C. Grutters, Yvonne O. A. Roijendijk, Wilco C. E. P. Verberk & Elisabeth S. Bakker
Globalization and climate change trigger species invasions and range shifts, which reshuffle communities at an exceptional rate and expose plant migrants to unfamiliar herbivores. Dominant hypotheses to predict plant success are based on evolutionary novelty: either herbivores are maladapted to consume novel plants (enemy release hypothesis), or novel plants are maladapted to deter herbivores (biotic resistance hypothesis). Since novelty can work both ways, it fails to consistently predict when herbivores will consume novel over non-novel...
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