Science | Widespread invasive species control is a risky business

Widespread invasive species control is a risky business

While major monitoring initiatives are being proposed worldwide, more scientific evidence should be utilized in decision making

An artistic illustration of land molluses loosely depicts various examples of European land snails and slugs that are mostly pulmonates with one exception: Pomatias elegans in the center foreground with operculum. It also shows eggs, food plants and a predator. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
An artistic illustration of land molluses loosely depicts various examples of European land snails and slugs that are mostly pulmonates with one exception: Pomatias elegans in the center foreground with operculum. It also shows eggs, food plants and a predator. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
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