Biological Invasions (2014) 16 (9)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2014 and volume (issue): 16 (9)

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1785-1789
Nancy E. Karraker and David Dudgeon (2014)
Invasive apple snails (Pomacea canaliculata) are predators of amphibians in South China

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1791-1804
A.L. Adams, M.R. Recio, B.C. Robertson, K.J.M. Dickinson and Y. van Heezik (2014)
Understanding home range behaviour and resource selection of invasive common brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) in urban environments

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1805-1817
Richard F. Comont, Helen E. Roy, Richard Harrington, Christopher R. Shortall and Bethan V. Purse (2014)
Ecological correlates of local extinction and colonisation in the British ladybird beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1833-1849
Vincet Lesieur, Annie Yart, Sophie Guilbon, Philippe Lorme, Marie-Anne Auger-Rozenberg and Alain Roques (2014)
The invasive Leptoglossus seed bug, a threat for commercial seed crops, but for conifer diversity?

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1851-1863
D.M. Suckling, L.D. Stringer, D.B. Baird, R.C. Butler, T.E.S. Sullivan, D.R. Lance and G.S. Simmons (2014)
Light brown apple moth (Epiphyas postvittana) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) colonization of California

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1879-1895
Katie V. Spellman, Christa P.H. Mulder and Teresa N. Hollingsworth (2014)
Susceptibility of burned black spruce (Picea mariana) forests to non-native plant invasions in interior Alaska

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1897-1914
Cory T. Overton, Michael L. Casazza, John Y. Takekawa, Donald R. Strong and Marcel Holyoak (2014)
Tidal and seasonal effects on survival rates of the endangered California clapper rail: does invasive Spartina facilitate greater survival in a dynamic environment?

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1929-1940
Aaron B. Shiels, Martin K. Ennis and Laura Shiels (2014)
Trait-based plant mortality and preference for native versus non-native seedlings by invasive slug and snail herbivores in Hawaii

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1941-1950
Samantha L. Davis and Don Cipollini (2014)
Do mothers always know best? Oviposition mistakes and resulting larval failure of Pieris virginiensis on Alliaria petiolata, a novel, toxic host

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1951-1960
Daniel P. Cariveau and Andrew P. Norton (2014)
Direct effects of a biocontrol agent are greater than indirect effects through flower visitors for the alien plant Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica: Scrophulariaceae)

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1979-1990
Richard A. Lankau, Jonathan T. Bauer, M. Rebecca Anderson and Roger C. Anderson (2014)
Long-term legacies and partial recovery of mycorrhizal communities after invasive plant removal

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 1991-2001
Natalie M. West, David P. Matlaga and Adam S. Davis (2014)
Quantifying targets to manage invasion risk: Light gradients dominate the early regeneration niche of naturalized and pre-commercial Miscanthus populations

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 2003-2015
Marion Carmen Leiblein-Wild and Oliver Tackenberg (2014)
Phenotypic variation of 38 European Ambrosia artemisiifolia populations measured in a common garden experiment