Editor’s Selections: Invasions, Zombies, and Dingoes (that didn’t eat my baby)

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By Jarrett Byrnes

smalljarrett2 Jarrett Byrnes focuses on posts in ecology, environmental sciences, and evolution. He blogs at I’m a chordata, urochordata!

  • The EEB and Flow discusses new theoretical results that explain why some invasive species are successful even when they are similar to natives, as well as whether an invader will impact native species.
  • They might be invasive, but Denim and Tweed focuses on a paper showing that Dingoes in Australia might actually be beneficial to small native mammals.

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5 Responses to “Editor’s Selections: Invasions, Zombies, and Dingoes (that didn’t eat my baby)”

  1. Christine Buckley Says:
    August 21st, 2009 at 1:40 pm

    Hi Jarrett, thanks for the link! Actually the story I blogged about and linked to on the EcoTone blog is by Susan Milius at Science News. Thanks for reading!

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