Multi-trophic native and non-native prey naïveté shape marine invasion success

Invasive predators have caused rapid declines in many native prey species across the globe. Predator invasion success may be attributed to prey naïvete´, or the absence of antipredator behavior between native and non-native species. An understanding of the effects of naïvete´ at different timescales since introduction and across multiple trophic levels is lacking, however, particularly in marine systems. Given the central role of trophic interactions in invasion dynamics, this knowledge gap limits the ability to...
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