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of the original native wildlife. 7 Another study found invasive species tended only to have a small subset of the invasive traits, and that many of these invasive traits were found in noninvasive species, as well indicating that invasiveness involves complex interaction not easily categorized. Archived from the original. "Extinction by hybridization and introgression". However, in the Great Lakes Region, this co-evolutionary link dame Van Winkle is non existent, so the sea lamprey acts as a predator, and can consume up to 40 pounds of fish in its 12-18 month feeding period.
Introduced species on islands edit Perhaps the best place to study problems associated with introduced species is on islands. "Plant invasion alters nitrogen cycling by modifying the soil nitrifying community". 42 Vectors include plants or seeds imported for horticulture. Island birds and invasive species, invasive species of animals, plants and disease-causing microorganisms are a particular threat to island birds and are the most common contributory factor to global avifauna extinction. This is key in adaptive evolution because the main goal is how to best be suited to the ecosystem that the species has been introduced. Invasive species can change the functions of ecosystems. Western North American Naturalist 61 : 308315. 44 pages, plus appendices.; Native Seed Network (NSN Institute for Applied Ecology, 563 SW Jefferson Ave, Corvallis, OR 97333, USA". "Extinction by Hybridization and Introgression". Org (March 3, 2005) Retrieved on September 1, 2007.