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Press Release 13-005
Global Plant Diversity Hinges on Local Battles Against Invasive Species

Invasives decrease species richness at small but not large scales

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Researcher Kristin Powell amid the invasive plant cerulean flax lily in central Florida.

Researcher Kristin Powell amid the invasive plant cerulean flax lily in central Florida.

Credit: Kristin Powell


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Cerulean flax lily in Highlands Hammock State Park, Fla.

Cerulean flax lily on-the-march through Highlands Hammock State Park in Florida.

Credit: Kristin Powell


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Stand of the invasive plant Amur honeysuckle at the Tyson Research Center in Missouri.

Stand of the invasive plant Amur honeysuckle at the Tyson Research Center in Missouri.

Credit: Kristin Powell


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Amur honeysuckle at Cliff Cave County Park in Missouri.

Amur honeysuckle at Cliff Cave County Park in Missouri: The plant has invaded wide swaths.

Credit: Kristin Powell


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Amur honeysuckle twines through Cliff Cave County Park.

Amur honeysuckle twines through Cliff Cave County Park.

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Science magazine cover

The researchers' findings are described in the January 18, 2013, issue of the journal Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS 2013


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