Thirty years later, should we be more concerned for the ongoing invasion of Mozambique Tilapia in Australia?
Doupe, Robert G., and Burrows, Damien W. (2008) Thirty years later, should we be more concerned for the ongoing invasion of Mozambique Tilapia in Australia? Pacific Conservation Biology, 14 (4). pp. 235-238.
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The temporal ecological and evolutionary processes which might have assisted the invasion of Mozambique Tilapia Orrochromis mossambicus species in Australia over the past 30 years are discussed. The attributes which assist invasion and create a temporal feedback between the invader and the invaded communities and ecosystems need to be identified to expose the mechanism by which O. mossambicus effects change over period of time.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
|Keywords:||exotic fish, invasive species, biological invasions|
|Date Deposited:||26 Mar 2010 00:59|
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