Data from: Phytophagous insects on native and non-native host plants: combining the community approach and the biogeographical approach

Kim Meijer, Hidde Zemel, Satoshi Chiba, Christian Smit, Leo W. Beukeboom & Menno Schilthuizen
During the past centuries, humans have introduced many plant species in areas where they do not naturally occur. Some of these species establish populations and in some cases become invasive, causing economic and ecological damage. Which factors determine the success of non-native plants is still incompletely understood, but the absence of natural enemies in the invaded area (Enemy Release Hypothesis; ERH) is one of the most popular explanations. One of the predictions of the ERH,...
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