Weeds as adaptable species
Tim Boucher

Supertramp species

In ecology, a supertramp species is any type of animal which follows the “supertramp” strategy of high dispersion among many different habitats, towards none of which it is particularly specialized. Supertramp species are typically the first to arrive in newly available habitats, such as volcanic islands and freshly deforested land;

Via Jared Diamond, 1974

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