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1 Introduction Road corridors have become a focus of ecological research because of their impact on surrounding ecosystems in regions with dense road networks as well as in rural landscapes. Ecological issues involve habitat fragmentation, soil erosion, edge effects, pollution, and, more recently, the invasion of exotic species ( Forman et al., 2003 ). Follak et al. (2018) provided a snap-shot of invasive alien plants currently found along roadsides in Europe, highlighting the importance of roadsides as conduits for the spread of invasive alien plants. The

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