Biological Invasions (2006)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2006:

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 125-135
Lisa A. DiGirolamo and Laurel R. Fox (2006)
The influence of abiotic factors and temporal variation on local invasion patterns of the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile)
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 125

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 137-147
Yoichi Yusa, Naoyuki Sugiura and Takashi Wada (2006)
Predatory potential of freshwater animals on an invasive agricultural pest, the apple snail Pomacea canaliculata (Gastropoda: Ampullariidae), in southern Japan
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 137

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 149-157
Midori M. Clarke, Sarah H. Reichard and Clement W. Hamilton (2006)
Prevalence of different horticultural taxa of ivy (Hederaspp., Araliaceae) in invading populations
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 149

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 169-176
Craig R. Allen, Ahjond S. Garmestani, Jill A. LaBram, Amanda E. Peck and Luanna B. Prevost (2006)
When landscaping goes bad: The incipient invasion of Mahonia bealei in the southeastern United States
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 169

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 177-192
Elizabeth A. Lindsay and Kris French (2006)
The impact of the weed Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. rotundata on coastal leaf litter invertebrates
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 177

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 217-230
Katharine M. Batten, Kate M. Scow, Kendi F. Davies and Susan P. Harrison (2006)
Two invasive plants alter soil microbial community composition in serpentine grasslands
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 217

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 255-260
Tova Spector and Francis E. Putz (2006)
Biomechanical plasticity facilitates invasion of maritime forests in the southern USA by Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius)
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 255

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 261-275
Laura A. Hyatt and Sachiko Araki (2006)
Comparative population dynamics of an invading species in its native and novel ranges
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 261

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 287-294
P.J. De Barro, A. Bourne, S.A. Khan and V.A.L. Brancatini (2006)
Host plant and biotype density interactions - Their role in the establishment of the invasive B biotype of Bemisia tabaci
Biological Invasions 8 (2),  p. 287

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 577-594
Robin G. Marushia and Jodie S. Holt (2006)
The effects of habitat on dispersal patterns of an invasive thistle, Cynara cardunculus
Biological Invasions 8 (4),  p. 577

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 639-649
Kenwyn B. Suttle and Mark S. Hoddle (2006)
Engineering enemy-free space: An invasive pest that kills its predators
Biological Invasions 8 (4),  p. 639

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 703-717
Jacob N. Barney (2006)
North American history of two invasive plant species: Phytogeographic distribution, dispersal vectors, and multiple introductions
Biological Invasions 8 (4),  p. 703

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 727-741
Rieks D. van Klinken, Jodi Graham and Lloyd K. Flack (2006)
Population ecology of hybrid mesquite (Prosopis species) in Western Australia: How does it differ from native range invasions and what are the implications for impacts and management?
Biological Invasions 8 (4),  p. 727

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 743-754
Geneviève Labrie, Éric Lucas and Daniel Coderre (2006)
Can developmental and behavioral characteristics of the multicolored Asian lady beetle Harmonia Axyridis explain its invasive success?
Biological Invasions 8 (4),  p. 743

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 863-891
David R. Towns, A.E. Atkinson and Charles H. Daugherty (2006)
Have the harmful effects of introduced rats on islands been exaggerated?
Biological Invasions 8 (4),  p. 863

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1001-1012
Steven R. Wangen, Christopher R. Webster and Jennifer A. Griggs (2006)
Spatial characteristics of the invasion of Acer platanoides on a temperate forested island
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1001

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1013-1022
Anne M. Bartuszevige and David L. Gorchov (2006)
Avian seed dispersal of an invasive shrub
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1013

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1061-1066
Ryan A. Thum and Jay T. Lennon (2006)
Is hybridization responsible for invasive growth of non-indigenous water-milfoils?
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1061

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1103-1113
Jennifer R. Thomas, Beth Middleton and David J. Gibson (2006)
A landscape perspective of the stream corridor invasion and habitat characteristics of an exotic (Dioscorea oppositifolia) in a pristine watershed in Illinois
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1103

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1123-1129
James K. Wetterer and Andrea L. Wetterer (2006)
A disjunct Argentine ant metacolony in Macaronesia and southwestern Europe
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1123

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1145-1158
Saara J. DeWalt (2006)
Population dynamics and potential for biological control of an exotic invasive shrub in Hawaiian rainforests
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1145

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1159-1178
R.C. Godfree, L.M. Vivian and B.J. Lepschi (2006)
Risk assessment of transgenic virus-resistant white clover: Non-target plant community characterisation and implications for field trial design
Biological Invasions 8 (5),  p. 1159

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1355-1366
Harald Meimberg, John I. Hammond, Chad M. Jorgensen, Timothy W. Park, John D. Gerlach, Kevin J. Rice and John K. McKay (2006)
Molecular evidence for an extreme genetic bottleneck during introduction of an invading grass to California
Biological Invasions 8 (6),  p. 1355

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1389-1397
Ragan M. Callaway, Judy Kim and Bruce E. Mahall (2006)
Defoliation of Centaurea solstitialis stimulates compensatory growth and intensifies negative effects on neighbors
Biological Invasions 8 (6),  p. 1389

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1483-1493
Yegang Wu, Ken Rutchey, Naiming Wang and Jason Godin (2006)
The spatial pattern and dispersion of Lygodium microphyllum in the Everglades wetland ecosystem
Biological Invasions 8 (7),  p. 1483

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1501-1510
Ravinder K. Kohli, Daizy R. Batish, H.P. Singh and Kuldip S. Dogra (2006)
Status, invasiveness and environmental threats of three tropical American invasive weeds (Parthenium hysterophorus L., Ageratum conyzoides L., Lantana camara L.) in India
Biological Invasions 8 (7),  p. 1501

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1569-1578
Binhe Gu (2006)
Environmental conditions and phosphorus removal in Florida lakes and wetlands inhabited by Hydrilla verticillata (Royle): implications for invasive species management
Biological Invasions 8 (7),  p. 1569

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1605-1619
Clara Tattoni, Damiano G. Preatoni, Peter W.W. Lurz, Steven P. Rushton, Guido Tosi, Sandro Bertolino, Adriano Martinoli and Lucas A. Wauters (2006)
Modelling the expansion of a grey squirrel population: Implications for squirrel control
Biological Invasions 8 (8),  p. 1605

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1629-1641
R. Travis Belote and Jake F. Weltzin (2006)
Interactions between two co-dominant, invasive plants in the understory of a temperate deciduous forest
Biological Invasions 8 (8),  p. 1629

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1643-1649
Jonathan M. Chase and Tiffany M. Knight (2006)
Effects of eutrophication and snails on Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) invasion
Biological Invasions 8 (8),  p. 1643

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1681-1687
N.M. Pasiecznik, A. Ould Mohamed Vall, S. Nourissier-Mountou, P. Danthu, J. Murch, M.J. McHugh and P.J.C. Harris (2006)
Discovery of a life history shift: precocious flowering in an introduced population of Prosopis
Biological Invasions 8 (8),  p. 1681

Biological Invasions (2006) 8, 1689-1692
L. Gao and B. Li (2006)
A potential native natural enemy of invasive aquatic weed - water hyacinth
Biological Invasions 8 (8),  p. 1689