Data from: Evidence for enemy release and increased seed production and size for two invasive Australian acacias

Marta Correia, Daniel Montesinos, Kristine French & Susana Rodríguez-Echeverría
Invasive plants are hypothesized to have higher fitness in introduced areas due to their release from pathogens and herbivores and the relocation of resources to reproduction. However, few studies have tested this hypothesis in native and introduced regions. A biogeographical approach is fundamental to understanding the mechanisms involved in plant invasions and to detect rapid evolutionary changes in the introduced area. Reproduction was assessed in native and introduced ranges of two invasive Australian woody legumes,...
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