Some Invasive Species Offer Positive Disruption

Some Invasive Species Offer Positive Disruption

A group of ecologists from the State University of New York argue for the positive impact of invasive species on the biological landscape.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 1 march 2011

Often regarded as “villains of conservation biology” due to their apparent disruptive presence in the biological landscape, invasive species are now reported to be beneficial in certain conditions, according to ecologists from the State University of New York.

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