Ecological Archives E084-074-A1

Mark van Kleunen and Bernhard Schmid. 2003. No evidence for an evolutionary increased competitive ability in an invasive plant. Ecology 84:2816–2823.

Appendix A. A table showing the origin of populations of Solidago canadensis.

Table A1. Names, latitude, and longitude of the nearest place to, and number of diploid and hexaploid seed families of the European and North American populations of the Solidago canadensis complex used in our experiment. Between parentheses, we give the name of the country (in Europe) or state (in North America).

     

Number of seed families

Site

Latitude

Longitude

Diploid

Hexaploid

         

Europe

       

Katowice (Poland)

50°15'45 N

19°01'26 E

8

0

Göttingen (Germany)

51°31'43 N

09°55'18 E

8

0

Friedrichsthal (Germany)

52°47'09 N

13°17'01 E

8

0

Prague (Czech Republic)

50°05'34 N

14°25'20 E

8

0

Sihlbrugg (Switzerland)

47°14'35 N

08°33'50 E

8

0

Hegenheim (France)

47°33'45 N

07°31'15 E

8

0

Chiasso (Switzerland)

45°50'16 N

09°01'25 E

8

0

Landeck (Austria)

47°08'25 N

10°34'42 E

8

0

Fribourg (Switzerland)

46°48'23 N

07°08'00 E

8

0

         

North America

       

Haverhill (Massachusetts)

42°46'20 N

71°04'43 W

0

8

Ann Harbor A (Michigan)

42°27'03 N

83°45'34 W

7

1

Ann Harbor B (Michigan)

42°27'03 N

83°45'34 W

8

0

Ann Harbor C (Michigan)

42°27'03 N

83°45'34 W

0

8

Claremont (New Hampshire)

43°22'25 N

72°20'48 W

0

8

Huntington (Vermont)

44°19'01 N

72°59'42 W

0

4

Lone Tree (Iowa)

41°30'12 N

91°26'11 W

0

8

Petersburg (North Dakota)

48°00'49 N

97°59'24 W

2

0

Saukville (Wisconsin)

43°26'46 N

87°58'18 W

0

6

Ithaca (New York)

42°26'38 N

76°30'00 W

0

8



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