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Invasion disharmony in the global biogeography of native and non-native beetle species

Citation

Liebhold, Andrew (2021), Invasion disharmony in the global biogeography of native and non-native beetle species, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tx95x69z1

Abstract

These data consist of a comprehensive list (as of 2020) of all known non-native Coleoptera (beetle) species established in 10 world regions: North America (excluding Mexico), Japan, the Okinawa and Ogasawara Islands, the Hawaiian Islands, South Korea, Europe (including the European part of Russia), New Zealand, Australia, and the Galapagos Islands. It does not include species that were known to have been intentionally introduced, species that failed to establish or species that only exist indoors (e.g., in greenhouses). Taxonomy of each species was verified using the GBIF backbone taxonomy.

We also include tables summarizing numbers of Coleoptera species in each family for both native and non-native species established in each of the 10 regions

Methods

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Funding

National Science Foundation, Award: DBI-1639145

Northern Research Station

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Award: Forest Service International Programs

Czech Operational Programme Science, Research and Education, Award: EVA4.0, No. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_019/0000803

German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Award: 01LC1807A

Programme de la Famille Sandoz – Monique de Meuron pour la relève universitaire

New Zealand’s Biological Heritage, Award: C09X1501: National Science Challenge

Czech Operational Programme Science, Research and Education, Award: EVA4.0, No. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_019/0000803