Botta-Dukát, Molnár & Szitár (2008) Invasion of alien plants in the sand vegetation ...

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Botta-Dukát Z., Molnár E., Szitár K. (2008): Invasion of alien plants in the sand vegetation of Kiskunság. In: Kovács-Láng, E. Molnár, E., Kröel-Dulay, Gy., Barabás, S. (eds.): The KISKUN LTER: Long-term ecological research in the Kiskunság, Hungary. pp: 35-36.

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The mosaic of open sandy grasslands and poplar-juniper thickets – the focal habitat of the KISKUN LTER – is the second most invaded habitat (after the riverine shrublands and woodlands) in Hungary according to the MÉTA-database. The most dangerous invasive species in this habitat are Robinia pseudo-acacia, Asclepias syriaca, Solidago gigantea, S. canadensis, Ailanthus altissima, and Elaeagnus angustifolia