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Introducing invasive species to an ecosystem results in an increase in biodiversity. true or false
Introducing invasive species to an ecosystem results in an increase in biodiversity. This statement is false.
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User: All nonnative species in an ecosystem are considered invasive species. true or false

User: Introducing invasive species to an ecosystem results in an increase in biodiversity. true or false

Weegy: Introducing invasive species to an ecosystem results in an increase in biodiversity. This statement is false.
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