Data from: Biocontrol insect impacts population growth of its target plant species but not an incidentally used nontarget

Haley A. Catton, Robert G. Lalonde, Yvonne M. Buckley & Rosemarie A. De Clerck-Floate
Understanding the impact of herbivory on plant populations is a fundamental goal of ecology. Damage to individual plants can be visually striking and affect the fates of individuals, but these impacts do not necessarily translate into population-level differences in vital rates (survival, growth, or fecundity) or population growth rates. In biological control of weeds, quantitative assessments of population-level impacts of released agents on both target invasive plants and native, nontarget plants are needed to inform...
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