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Figs show that nonnative species can invade ecosystems by forming unexpected partnerships

By Jared Bernard, Ph.D. Candidate in Entomology, University of Hawaii
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As invasive species transform the world, frontline agencies take solace that species needing unique partners can’t invade alone. A new study on figs shows they may find new partners to invade anyway.

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