The evolutionary impact of range expansion: implications for the study of invasive species
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evolution; range expansion; invasive species; ecological evolution; evolution of increased competitive ability in plants hypothesis; EICA; ERH; enemy release hypothesis; dispersal evolution; population ecology
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