The Most Productive Non-Native Habitats in Aus

To: Jeremy O'Wheel <>, Kai <>, "" <>
Subject: The Most Productive Non-Native Habitats in Aus
From: Jim Tate <>
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2015 02:37:16 +0000
   Are we speaking of "pines" here (as in genus Pinus), or something
   else?  In either case, it occurs to me that you may be on to
   something.  We have regularly condemned any non-native,
   self-replicating species as "invasive."  Where in reality when alone,
   or mixed with natives, unique habitats are formed in which some species
   may find a niche and prosper.  Are we selling new combinations
   short?         -TATE

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