Biological Invasions (2012) 14 (12)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2012 and volume (issue): 14 (12)

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2461-2469
Alycia W. Crall, Mark Renz, Brendon J. Panke, Gregory J. Newman, Carmen Chapin, Jim Graham and Chuck Bargeron (2012)
Developing cost-effective early detection networks for regional invasions

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2489-2504
Karin M. Kettenring and Karen E. Mock (2012)
Genetic diversity, reproductive mode, and dispersal differ between the cryptic invader, Phragmites australis, and its native conspecific

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2505-2518
Christina Alba and Ruth Hufbauer (2012)
Exploring the potential for climatic factors, herbivory, and co-occurring vegetation to shape performance in native and introduced populations of Verbascum thapsus

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2519-2529
Jeffrey L. Firestone and Marie Jasieniuk (2012)
Seed production is reduced by small population size in natural populations of the invasive grass Lolium multiflorum

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2531-2544
Pedro M. Tognetti and Enrique J. Chaneton (2012)
Invasive exotic grasses and seed arrival limit native species establishment in an old-field grassland succession

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2573-2586
Erin J. Questad, Jarrod M. Thaxton and Susan Cordell (2012)
Patterns and consequences of re-invasion into a Hawaiian dry forest restoration

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2617-2624
Timothy L. Dickson, Jennifer L. Hopwood and Brian J. Wilsey (2012)
Do priority effects benefit invasive plants more than native plants? An experiment with six grassland species

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2625-2637
Yaya Tang, Robert J. Warren II, Timothy D. Kramer and Mark A. Bradford (2012)
Plant invasion impacts on arthropod abundance, diversity and feeding consistent across environmental and geographic gradients

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 2665-2685
David M. Merritt and Patrick B. Shafroth (2012)
Edaphic, salinity, and stand structural trends in chronosequences of native and non-native dominated riparian forests along the Colorado River, USA