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Discussion I: Evolutionary and genetic perspectives 

  1. Hybridization, local adaptation and genetic rescue after invasions (Hernan Morales)
  2. Selection during establishment for certain genotypes (Swantje Enge)
  3. The genetics of invasions (Kerstin Johannesson)
  4. Connectivity and adaptation potential for populations (Leon Green)


Discussion II: Phenotypic adaptations 

  1. Which intraspecific functional aspects drive range expansion? (Filip Volckaert)
  2. Immigrant reproductive dysfunction and its role in invasiveness, diversification, and clonal reproduction (Ola Svensson)
  3. Evolutionary novelty, e.g. novel weapon hyphothesis, as an explanation for biological invasions and how to test it experimentally. (Swantje Enge)
  4. Which role does hydrodynamics play on determining habitat suitability for invasive species? (Eduardo Infantes)


Discussion III: Ecosystem and Baltic perspective 

  1. Salinity as the determining factor for invasions - direct and indirect effects (Anders Blomberg)
  2. What environments/habitats get invaded and why? (Leon)
  3. Shifts to increased clonality during invasion (Swantje Enge)


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