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Title: Invaded habitats
Authors: Lopez-Vaamonde, Carlos
Glavendekić, Milka
Paiva, Maria Rosa
Keywords: alien
arthropod
habitat
Europe
level of invasion
urban
semi-urban
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2010
Citation: Lopez-Vaamonde et al. (2010) Invaded habitats. Chapter 4. In: Roques A et al. (Eds) Alien terrestrial arthropods of Europe. BioRisk 4(1): 45–50. doi: 10.3897/biorisk.4.66
Abstract: More than 65% (1040 species) of arthropod species alien to Europe are associated with human-made habitats, especially parks and gardens, human settlements and agricultural lands, whereas woodlands are yet colonized by less than 20% of the alien fauna, which still has a negligible representation in the other natural and semi-natural habitats. Large diff erences in habitat affi nity are observed between alien taxonomic groups. Phytophagous species are predominant among aliens, representing 47.2% of species alien to Europe.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/4034
ISSN: 1313-2644
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