Published online October 17, 2021
Journal of Ecology and Environment (2021) 45:18
© The Ecological Society of Korea.
Minwoo Oh1, Yoonjeong Heo1, Eun Ju Lee1 and Hyohyemi Lee2
School of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea; National Institute of Ecology, Seocheon, Republic of Korea
Correspondence to:Hyohyemi Lee
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Keywords: Invasive alien plants, Functional traits, Habitat suitability, Hot spot, Species distribution model
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