invasion of old world phragmites australis in the new world: precipitation and temperature patterns combined with human influences redesign the invasive niche.after its introduction into north america, euro-asian phragmites australis became an aggressive invasive wetland grass along the atlantic coast of north america. its distribution range has since expanded to the middle, south and southwest of north america, where invasive p. australis has replaced millions of hectares of native plants in inland and tidal wetlands. another p. australis invasion from the mediterranean region is simultaneously occurring in the gulf region of the united states and so ...201323765641
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