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Invasive Species Less Likely To Become 'Super-Abundant'

Researchers Say Invasive Species Less Likely To Become 'Super-Abundant' Than Previously Thought

Scientists Gretchen Hansen of DNR and Jake Vander Zanden of UW-Madison appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio's "Larry Meiller Show", discussing a study showing , contrary to popular wisdom, that invasive species typically don't completely overtake a habitat when introduced.

http://www.wpr.org/researchers-say-invasive-species-less-likely-become-super-abundant-previously-thought

 

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