reference : Risks to pollinators and pollination from invasive alien species

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Abstract Invasive alien species modify pollinator biodiversity and the services they provide that underpin ecosystem function and human well-being. Building on the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) global assessment of pollinators and pollination, we synthesize current understanding of invasive alien impacts on pollinators and pollination. Invasive alien species create risks and opportunities for pollinator nutrition, re-organize species interactions to affect native pollination and community stability, and spread and select for virulent diseases. Risks are complex but substantial, and depend greatly on the ecological function and evolutionary history of both the invader and the recipient ecosystem. We highlight evolutionary implications for pollination from invasive alien species, and identify future research directions, key messages and options for decision-making.
Author Vanbergen, Adam J.; EspĂ­ndola, AnahĂ­; Aizen, Marcelo A.
DOI 10.1038/s41559-017-0412-3
Date 2018/01/01
ISSN 2397-334X
Issue 1
Journal Nature Ecology & Evolution
Pages 16-25
Title Risks to pollinators and pollination from invasive alien species
Volume 2
Year 2018
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