Currently invasive pines belong to naturally invasive lineages
Pinus contorta, a highly invasive species in Europe, South America and Oceania, seen here in its native range in Yellowstone National Park, USA. (Photo credit: Laure Gallien)

Currently invasive pines belong to naturally invasive lineages

Understanding why some introduced species are more successful at establishing and spreading than others is a substantial challenge for managing and conserving indigenous biodiversity.

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