Biological Invasions, 1387-3547

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  1. 2014
  2. A standardized set of metrics to assess and monitor tree invasions

    Wilson, J. R. U., Paul Caplat, Dickie, I. A., Hui, C., Maxwell, B. D., Nuñez, M. A., Pauchard, A., Rejmánek, M., Richardson, D. M., Robertson, M. P., Spear, D., Webber, B. L., Wilgen, B. W. & Zenni, R. D., 2014, In : Biological Invasions. 16, 3, p. 535-551

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  3. Cross-scale management strategies for optimal control of tree invading from source plantations

    Paul Caplat, Hui, C., Maxwell, B. D. & Peltzer, D. M., 2014, In : Biological Invasions. 16, 3, p. 677-690

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  4. Plant–soil feedbacks of exotic plant species across life forms: a meta-analysis

    Annelein Meisner, Hol, WH. G., de Boer, W., Adams Krumins, J., Wardle, D. A. & van der Putten, W. H., 2014, In : Biological Invasions. 16, 12, p. 2551-2561

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  5. Population collapses in introduced non-indigenous crayfish

    Sandstrom, A., Andersson, M., Asp, A., Bohman, P., Edsman, L., Engdahl, F., Nystrom, P., Stenberg, M., Hertonsson, P., Vrayenlstad, T. & Wilhelm Granéli, 2014, In : Biological Invasions. 16, 9, p. 1961-1977

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  6. 2013
  7. Human introductions create opportunities for intra-specific hybridisation in an alien lizard

    Michaelides, S., While, G., Bell, C. & Tobias Uller, 2013, In : Biological Invasions. 15, 5, p. 1101-1112

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  8. 2012
  9. Plant communities and the reproductive success of native plants after the invasion of an ornamental herb

    Ramula, S. & Pihlaja, K., 2012, In : Biological Invasions. 14, 10, p. 2079-2090

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  10. Water brownification may increase the invasibility of a submerged non-native macrophyte

    Mormul, R. P., Ahlgren, J., Ekvall, M., Lars-Anders Hansson & Christer Brönmark, 2012, In : Biological Invasions. 14, 10, p. 2091-2099

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  11. 2010
  12. Differences in the trait compositions of non-indigenous and native plants across Germany

    Küster, E., Durka, W., Kühn, I. & Klotz, S., 2010, In : Biological Invasions. 12, 7, p. 2001-2012

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  13. Offspring genetic structure reveals mating and nest infestation behaviour of an invasive parasitic fly (Philornis downsi) of Galápagos birds

    Dudaniec, R., Gardner, M. G. & Kleindorfer, S., 2010, In : Biological Invasions. 12, 3, p. 581-592

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  14. 2009
  15. Modelling invasibility in endogenously oscillating tree populations: Timing of invasion matters

    Paul Caplat, Anand, M. & Bauch, C., 2009 Jan, In : Biological Invasions. 12, 1, p. 219-231 13 p.

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  16. 2007
  17. Limiting factors for seedling emergence and establishment of the invasive non-native Rosa rugosa in a coastal dune system

    Kollman, J., Fredriksen, L., Vestergaard, P. & Bruun, H. H., 2007, In : Biological Invasions. 9, 1, p. 31-42

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  18. 2005
  19. Herbivory on aquatic vascular plants by the introduced golden apple snail (Pomacea canaliculata) in Lao PDR

    Carlsson, N. & Lacoursière, J., 2005, In : Biological Invasions. 7, 2, p. 233-241

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