Data from: Do high-impact invaders have the strongest negative effects on abundant and functionally similar resident species?

Erica J. Case, Susan Harrison & Howard V. Cornell
1.Although invasive plants may outcompete and cause local-scale extirpations of resident species, it is widely observed that they cause few extinctions at larger spatial scales. 2.One possible explanation is that highly successful invaders tend to be functionally similar to, and therefore compete most strongly with, resident species that are also relatively successful and widespread. High abundance may then protect these functionally similar residents from complete extinction over large areas despite their stronger competition with the...
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