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Latitudinal patterns of alien plant invasions

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GUO, Qinfeng, Brian S. CADE, Wayne DAWSON, Franz ESSL, Holger KREFT, Jan PERGL, Mark VAN KLEUNEN, Patrick WEIGELT, Marten WINTER, Petr PYŠEK, 2021. Latitudinal patterns of alien plant invasions. In: Journal of Biogeography. Wiley. 48(2), pp. 253-262. ISSN 0305-0270. eISSN 1365-2699. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jbi.13943

@article{Guo2021Latit-50821, title={Latitudinal patterns of alien plant invasions}, year={2021}, doi={10.1111/jbi.13943}, number={2}, volume={48}, issn={0305-0270}, journal={Journal of Biogeography}, pages={253--262}, author={Guo, Qinfeng and Cade, Brian S. and Dawson, Wayne and Essl, Franz and Kreft, Holger and Pergl, Jan and van Kleunen, Mark and Weigelt, Patrick and Winter, Marten and Pyšek, Petr} }

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