Data from: Intraspecific variation among clones of a naïve rare grass affects competition with an invasive forb

David J. Gibson, Justin Dewey, Hélène Goossens & Misty M. Dodd
Intraspecific variation can have a major impact on plant community composition yet there is little information available on the extent that such variation by an already established species affects interspecific interactions of an invading species. The current research examined the competitiveness of clones of a globally rare but locally common native grass, Calamagrostis porteri ssp. insperata to invasion by Alliaria petiolata, a non-native invasive species. A greenhouse experiment was conducted twice over consecutive years in...
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