|Irl, S; Steinbauer, M; Babel, W; Beierkuhnlein, C; Blume-Werry, G; Messinger, J; Palomares-Martínez, A; Strohmeier, S; Jentsch, A: An 11-yr exclosure experiment in a high-elevation island ecosystem: Introduced herbivore impact on shrub species richness, seedling recruitment and population dynamics, Journal of Vegetation Science, 23(6), 1114-1125 (2012), doi:10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01425.x|
Questions Do introduced herbivores and fire explain the mono-dominance of one legume shrub (Adenocarpus viscosus ssp. spartioides) above the tree line on an oceanic island given the fact that a number of other legume shrub species are potentially present? What drives the observed landscape scale life-death pattern within the mono-dominant shrub species population?
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