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Casuarina cunninghamiana in the Western Cape, South Africa: Determinants of naturalisation and invasion, and options for management
South African Journal of Botany
Alien species that are desirable and commercially important in some parts of the landscape but damaging invaders in other parts present a special challenge for managers, planners, and policy-makers. Casuarina cunninghamiana (Casuarinaceae), native to the eastern and north-eastern coasts of Australia, has been cultivated in South Africa for more than a century. This study explores the invasion ecology of C. cunninghamiana in the south-western part of the Western Cape. We examined differencesdoi:10.1016/j.sajb.2014.02.013 fatcat:rg5fibw5ovbulangdvexhaftoy