Qinfeng Guo

Southern Research Station

Photo of Qinfeng Guo, wearing a yellow hard hat and inspecting leaves on a low branch.

My most exciting discovery? I recently completed a study reporting the richness and distribution of invasive and other documented hybrid plants in the United States. The results show that, similar to the factors controlling the richness and distribution of exotic species (but not natives), human disturbances also create novel niches for the newly formed hybrids to establish and persist. This is the first such report at the national level for hybrid plants in the US.

 


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