Biological Invasions (2015) 17 (1)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2015 and volume (issue): 17 (1)

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 23-29
Gwenaël Jacob, Anne-Caroline Prévot-Julliard and Emmanuelle Baudry (2015)
The geographic scale of genetic differentiation in the feral pigeon (Columba livia): implications for management

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 63-71
Akiko Hara, Kenji Hamasaki, Kazuhiro Yoshida and Yoichi Yusa (2015)
Canal type affects invasiveness of the apple snail Pomacea canaliculata through its effects on animal species richness and waterweed invasion

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 73-85
Merilynn C. Schantz, Roger L. Sheley and Jeremy J. James (2015)
Role of propagule pressure and priority effects on seedlings during invasion and restoration of shrub-steppe

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 87-97
H.L. Bateman, D.M. Merritt, E.P. Glenn and P.L. Nagler (2015)
Indirect effects of biocontrol of an invasive riparian plant (Tamarix) alters habitat and reduces herpetofauna abundance

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 123-132
A. Egizi and D.M. Fonseca (2015)
Ecological limits can obscure expansion history: patterns of genetic diversity in a temperate mosquito in Hawaii

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 149-163
Julissa Rojas-Sandoval and Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez (2015)
Naturalization and invasion of alien plants in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 165-178
Shekhar R. Biswas, Peter M. Kotanen, Dasvinder Kambo and Helene H. Wagner (2015)
Context-dependent patterns, determinants and demographic consequences of herbivory in an invasive species

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 179-189
W. Ian Montgomery, Sally S.J. Montgomery and Neil Reid (2015)
Invasive alien species disrupt spatial and temporal ecology and threaten extinction in an insular, small mammal community

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 191-204
Daniel Spring and Oscar J. Cacho (2015)
Estimating eradication probabilities and trade-offs for decision analysis in invasive species eradication programs

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 205-217
Huili Chen, Pei Zhang, Bo Li and Jihua Wu (2015)
Invasive cordgrass facilitates epifaunal communities in a Chinese marsh

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 287-306
Angela R. Pawlak, Richard N. Mack, Jeremiah W. Busch and Stephen J. Novak (2015)
Invasion of Bromus tectorum (L.) into California and the American Southwest: rapid, multi-directional and genetically diverse

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 327-335
Allan R. Burne, John Haywood and Philip J. Lester (2015)
Density-dependent effects of an invasive wasp on the morphology of an endemic New Zealand ant

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 423-431
Elizabeth Gorgone-Barbosa, Vânia R. Pivello, Susana Bautista, Talita Zupo, Mariana Ninno Rissi and Alessandra Fidelis (2015)
How can an invasive grass affect fire behavior in a tropical savanna? A community and individual plant level approach

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 433-444
Qiu-Fang Xu, Pei-Kun Jiang, Jia-Sen Wu, Guo-Mo Zhou, Ren-Fang Shen and Jeffry J. Fuhrmann (2015)
Bamboo invasion of native broadleaf forest modified soil microbial communities and diversity

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 445-459
Ludek Berec, John M. Kean, Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Andrew M. Liebhold and Robert G. Haight (2015)
Designing efficient surveys: spatial arrangement of sample points for detection of invasive species

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 461-475
Kelvin S.-H. Peh, Andrew Balmford, Jennifer C. Birch, Claire Brown, Stuart H.M. Butchart, James Daley, Jeffrey Dawson, Gerard Gray, Francine M.R. Hughes, Stephen Mendes, James Millett, Alison J. Stattersfield, David H.L. Thomas, Matt Walpole and Richard B. Bradbury (2015)
Potential impact of invasive alien species on ecosystem services provided by a tropical forested ecosystem: a case study from Montserrat

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 477-495
Shyam M. Thomas and Kirk A. Moloney (2015)
Combining the effects of surrounding land-use and propagule pressure to predict the distribution of an invasive plant

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 507-527
Zdravka Tzankova and Amy Concilio (2015)
Controlling an invasive plant at the edge of its range: towards a broader understanding of management feasibility