Data from: Exotic plant species are locally adapted but not to high UV‐B radiation: a reciprocal multi‐species experiment

Maria Hock, Rainer W. Hofmann, Caroline Müller & Alexandra Erfmeier
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation intensities differ among global regions, with significantly higher levels in the southern hemisphere. UV-B may act as an environmental filter during plant invasions, which might particularly apply to plant species from Europe introduced to New Zealand. Just like for any other abiotic or biotic filter, successful invaders can cope with novel environmental conditions via plastic responses and/or through rapid adaptation by natural selection in the exotic range. We conducted a multi-species experiment...
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