Biological Invasions (2012) 14 (5)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2012 and volume (issue): 14 (5)

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 915-927
César Delnatte and Jean-Yves Meyer (2012)
Plant introduction, naturalization, and invasion in French Guiana (South America)

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 929-937
Ryan A. Thum, Amanda T. Mercer and Dustin J. Wcisel (2012)
Loopholes in the regulation of invasive species: genetic identifications identify mislabeling of prohibited aquarium plants

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 939-948
Ryan T. Choi and Karen H. Beard (2012)
Coqui frog invasions change invertebrate communities in Hawaii

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 987-998
Kirsty F. McGregor, Michael S. Watt, Philip E. Hulme and Richard P. Duncan (2012)
How robust is the Australian Weed Risk Assessment protocol? A test using pine invasions in the Northern and Southern hemispheres

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 999-1008
David Llewellyn, Michael B. Thompson, Gregory P. Brown, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2012)
Reduced investment in immune function in invasion-front populations of the cane toad (Rhinella marina) in Australia

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 1009-1028
Madhusudan P. Srinivasan (2012)
Exotic shrub invasion in a montane grassland: the role of fire as a potential restoration tool

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 1029-1044
Zati Sharip, Shon S. Schooler, Matthew R. Hipsey and Richard J. Hobbs (2012)
Eutrophication, agriculture and water level control shift aquatic plant communities from floating-leaved to submerged macrophytes in Lake Chini, Malaysia

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 1045-1059
Teresa M. Woods, Jayne L. Jonas and Carolyn J. Ferguson (2012)
The invasive Lespedeza cuneata attracts more insect pollinators than native congeners in tallgrass prairie with variable impacts

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 1061-1076
Susan G. Mortenson, Peter J. Weisberg and Lawrence E. Stevens (2012)
The influence of floods and precipitation on Tamarix establishment in Grand Canyon, Arizona: consequences for flow regime restoration