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Ecology of an introduced shrub (Rosa rubiginosa L. = Rosa eglanteria L.): invasion risks and effects on the plant communities of the Andean-Patagonic region of Argentina



Ecology of an introduced shrub (Rosa rubiginosa L. = Rosa eglanteria L.): invasion risks and effects on the plant communities of the Andean-Patagonic region of Argentina



Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 65(4): 395-407



The relationship between the presence of R. rubiginosa and environmental or antropic variables was studied in 59 plots in 10 areas representing different environments in or around the Nahuel Huapi National Park, Argentina. Floristic differences between areas invaded by R. rubiginosa and areas without this shrub were studied. The degree of disturbance, the openness of the shrub stratum and the av. annual rainfall were the main factors influencing invasion by R. rubiginosa.

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