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Vines and scramblers
A growing problem - vines and scramblers

Although invasive vines and scramblers have been listed as a key threatening process (along with other better know examples such as rabbits and cane toads) they have attracted little research interest. Dr Carla Harris discusses her doctoral research into invasive climbing plants that are having adverse effects on our native ecosystems.
 

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