Biological Invasions (2015) 17 (5)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2015 and volume (issue): 17 (5)

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1283-1297
Kirsten M. Prior, Thomas H.Q. Powell, Ashley L. Joseph and Jessica J. Hellmann (2015)
Insights from community ecology into the role of enemy release in causing invasion success: the importance of native enemy effects

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1299-1305
Ronny Groenteman, Shaun A. Forgie, Mark S. Hoddle, Darren F. Ward, Dagmar F. Goeke and Nitish Anand (2015)
Assessing invasion threats: novel insect-pathogen-natural enemy associations with native New Zealand plants in southern California

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1307-1311
Piero Genovesi, Carles Carboneras, Montserrat Vilà and Paul Walton (2015)
EU adopts innovative legislation on invasive species: a step towards a global response to biological invasions?

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1327-1339
Lei Shang, Lei Qiu, Jingxin Huang and Bo Li (2015)
Invasion of Spartina alterniflora in China is greatly facilitated by increased growth and clonality: a comparative study of native and introduced populations

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1355-1369
Richard Griffiths, Fin Buchanan, Keith Broome, John Neilsen, Derek Brown and Michelle Weakley (2015)
Successful eradication of invasive vertebrates on Rangitoto and Motutapu Islands, New Zealand

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1371-1382
Timothy M. Shearman, G. Geoff Wang and William C. Bridges (2015)
Population dynamics of redbay (Persea borbonia) after laurel wilt disease: an assessment based on forest inventory and analysis data

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1397-1406
Guadalupe Andraca-Gómez, Mariano Ordano, Karina Boege, César A. Domínguez, Daniel Piñero, Rubén Pérez-Ishiwara, Jacqueline Pérez-Camacho, Maikel Cañizares and Juan Fornoni (2015)
A potential invasion route of Cactoblastis cactorum within the Caribbean region matches historical hurricane trajectories

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1453-1470
Rachel T. Buxton, Dean Anderson, Henrik Moller, Christopher J. Jones and Philip O'B. Lyver (2015)
Release of constraints on nest-site selection in burrow-nesting petrels following invasive rat eradication

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1485-1496
Sungwon Hong, Yuno Do, Ji Yoon Kim, Dong-Kyun Kim and Gea-Jae Joo (2015)
Distribution, spread and habitat preferences of nutria (Myocastor coypus) invading the lower Nakdong River, South Korea

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1497-1518
Rosângela Gonçalves Rolim, Pedro Maria Abreu de Ferreira, Angelo Alberto Schneider and Gerhard Ernst Overbeck (2015)
How much do we know about distribution and ecology of naturalized and invasive alien plant species? A case study from subtropical southern Brazil

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1519-1531
Jonathan P. Fleming, Eric D. Dibble, John D. Madsen and Ryan M. Wersal (2015)
Investigation of Darwin's naturalization hypothesis in invaded macrophyte communities

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1533-1543
Anouschka R. Hof (2015)
Alien species in a warming climate: a case study of the nutcracker and stone pines

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1545-1554
Insu Jo, Jason D. Fridley and Douglas A. Frank (2015)
Linking above- and belowground resource use strategies for native and invasive species of temperate deciduous forests

Biological Invasions (2015) 17, 1555-1567
Yu-Ping Hou, Shao-Lin Peng, Zhen-Guang Lin, Qiao-Qiao Huang, Guang-Yan Ni and Na Zhao (2015)
Fast-growing and poorly shade-tolerant invasive species may exhibit higher physiological but not morphological plasticity compared with non-invasive species