Data from: Australian house geckos are more aggressive than a globally successful invasive Asian house gecko

Adam Cisterne, Lin Schwarzkopf & David A. Pike
Invasive species are implicated in native species declines globally, but predicting the effect of specific invaders on a given native species remains difficult. Many successful invaders are highly aggressive, while others are not. The highly successful invasive Asian house gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus, has achieved a pan-tropical distribution. We investigated direct interactions between H. frenatus and a sympatric native Australian house gecko (Gehyra dubia) to determine the strength and nature of aggressive exclusion, and which species...
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