|Title||Abundance of introduced species at home predicts abundance away in temperate grasslands|
|Authors:||Firn, J. ;Moore, J.L. ;MacDougall, A.S. ;Borer, E.T. ;Seabloom, E.W. ;HilleRisLambers, J. ;Harpole, W.S. ;Cleland, E.E. ;Brown, C.S. ;Knops, J.M.H. ;Prober, S.M. ;Pyke, D.A. ;Farrell, K.A. ;Bakker, J.D. ;Oâ€™Halloran, L.R. ;Adler, P.B. ;Collins, S.L. ;Dâ€™Antonio, C.M. ;Crawley, M.J. ;Wolkovich, E.M. ;La Pierre, K.J. ;Melbourne, B.A. ;Hautier, Y. ;Morgan, J.W. ;Leakey, A.D.B. ;Kay, A. ;McCulley, R. ;Davies, K. ;Stevens, C.J. ;Chu, C.J. ;Holl, K.D. ;Klein, J.A. ;Fay, P.A. ;Hagenah, N. ;Kirkman, K.P. ;Buckley, Y.M.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2011|
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