Data from: Trophic consequences of introduced species: comparative impacts of increased inter-specific versus intra-specific competitive interactions

Robert J. Britton, Ana Ruiz-Navarro, Hugo Verreycken, Fatima Amat Trigo & Fatima Amat-Trigo
1. Invasive species can cause substantial ecological impacts on native biodiversity. Whilst ecological theory attempts to explain the processes involved in the trophic integration of invaders into native food webs and their competitive impacts on resident species, results are equivocal. In addition, quantifying the relative strength of impacts from non-native species (inter-specific competition) versus the release of native conspecifics (intra-specific competition) is important but rarely completed. 2. Two model non-native fishes, the globally invasive Cyprinus...
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