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Anti-predator strategies of the invasive African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, to native and invasive predators in western France
When species are translocated to a novel environment, individuals become exposed to new predators against which they may not express very efficient defences at least at an initial stage. The strength of anti-predator defence is an important parameter that may determine the ability of local communities to control the expansion of invasive populations. The African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, is a globally invasive amphibian that has successfully established invasive populations on fourdoi:10.3391/ai.2019.14.3.03 fatcat:wpojsqphivft3prhksw42ldauy