Cultivated alien plants with high invasion potential are more likely to be traded online in China

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Dong, Ran
Fu, Qiu‐Yue
Dai, Zhi‐Cong
Luo, Fang‐Li
Gao, Jun‐Qin
Yu, Fei‐Hai
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Ecological Applications. Wiley. 2024, 34(1), e2811. ISSN 1051-0761. eISSN 1939-5582. Available under: doi: 10.1002/eap.2811
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Biological invasions have become a worldwide problem, and measures to efficiently prevent and control invasions are still in development. Like many other parts of the world, China is undergoing a dramatic increase in plant invasions. Most of the currently 933 established (i.e., naturalized) plant species, of which 214 are categorized as invasive, have been introduced into China for cultivation. It is likely that many of those species are still being traded, particularly online, by plant nurseries. However, studies assessing whether naturalized and invasive species are currently being traded more or less than nonnaturalized aliens are rare. We extracted online-trade information for 13,718 cultivated alien plant taxa on 1688.com, the largest website for domestic B2B in China. We analyzed how the presence in online-nursery catalogs, the number of online nurseries that offerred the species for sale, and the product type (i.e., seeds, live plants and vegetative organs) differed among nonnaturalized, naturalized noninvasive, and invasive species. Compared to nonnaturalized taxa, naturalized noninvasive and invasive taxa were 3.7–5.2 times more likely to be available for purchase. Naturalized noninvasive and invasive taxa were more frequently offered as seeds by online nurseries, whereas nonnaturalized taxa were more frequently offered as live plants. Based on these findings, we propose that, to reduce the further spread of invasive and potentially invasive plants, implementation of plant-trade regulations and a monitoring system of the online horticultural supply chain will be essential.

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ISO 690DONG, Ran, Bi-Cheng DONG, Qiu‐Yue FU, Qiang YANG, Zhi‐Cong DAI, Fang‐Li LUO, Jun‐Qin GAO, Fei‐Hai YU, Mark VAN KLEUNEN, 2024. Cultivated alien plants with high invasion potential are more likely to be traded online in China. In: Ecological Applications. Wiley. 2024, 34(1), e2811. ISSN 1051-0761. eISSN 1939-5582. Available under: doi: 10.1002/eap.2811
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  title={Cultivated alien plants with high invasion potential are more likely to be traded online in China},
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  journal={Ecological Applications},
  author={Dong, Ran and Dong, Bi-Cheng and Fu, Qiu‐Yue and Yang, Qiang and Dai, Zhi‐Cong and Luo, Fang‐Li and Gao, Jun‐Qin and Yu, Fei‐Hai and van Kleunen, Mark},
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