Biological Invasions (2016)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2016:

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1-7
Tommaso Sitzia, Thomas Campagnaro, Ingo Kowarik and Giovanni Trentanovi (2016)
Using forest management to control invasive alien species: helping implement the new European regulation on invasive alien species
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 1

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 9-15
Nitya Prakash Mohanty, S. Harikrishnan, K. Sivakumar and Karthikeyan Vasudevan (2016)
Impact of invasive spotted deer (Axis axis) on tropical island lizard communities in the Andaman archipelago
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 9

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 17-30
Belinda Gallardo, Alexandra Zieritz, Tim Adriaens, Céline Bellard, Pieter Boets, J. Robert Britton, Jonathan R. Newman, Johan L.C.H. van Valkenburg and David C. Aldridge (2016)
Trans-national horizon scanning for invasive non-native species: a case study in western Europe
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 17

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 31-44
Alessandro Dieni, Jacques Brodeur and Julie Turgeon (2016)
Reconstructing the invasion history of the lily leaf beetle, Lilioceris lilii, in North America
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 31

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 57-71
Marietta L. Fischer, Martin J.P. Sullivan, Grit Greiser, José Guerrero-Casado, Mike Heddergott, Ulf Hohmann, Oliver Keuling, Johannes Lang, Ina Martin, Frank-Uwe Michler, Armin Winter and Roland Klein (2016)
Assessing and predicting the spread of non-native raccoons in Germany using hunting bag data and dispersal weighted models
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 57

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 73-87
Katelyn T. Faulkner, Mark P. Robertson, Mathieu Rouget and John R.U. Wilson (2016)
Understanding and managing the introduction pathways of alien taxa: South Africa as a case study
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 73

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 103-114
Gregory P. Brown, Crystal Kelehear, Ligia Pizzatto and Richard Shine (2016)
The impact of lungworm parasites on rates of dispersal of their anuran host, the invasive cane toad
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 103

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 127-144
Angus J. Carnegie, Amrit Kathuria, Geoff S. Pegg, Peter Entwistle, Matthew Nagel and Fiona R. Giblin (2016)
Impact of the invasive rust Puccinia psidii (myrtle rust) on native Myrtaceae in natural ecosystems in Australia
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 127

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 145-157
John M. Wallace and Timothy S. Prather (2016)
Invasive spread dynamics of Anthriscus caucalis at an ecosystem scale: propagule pressure, grazing disturbance and plant community susceptibility in canyon grasslands
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 145

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 183-196
Gina L. Marchini, Nena Cole Sherlock, Alisa P. Ramakrishnan, David M. Rosenthal and Mitchell B. Cruzan (2016)
Rapid purging of genetic load in a metapopulation and consequences for range expansion in an invasive plant
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 183

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 197-214
Duong T. Nguyen, Robert N. Spooner-Hart and Markus Riegler (2016)
Loss of Wolbachia but not Cardinium in the invasive range of the Australian thrips species, Pezothrips kellyanus
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 197

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 231-243
Nicola J. Day, Kari E. Dunfield and Pedro M. Antunes (2016)
Fungi from a non-native invasive plant increase its growth but have different growth effects on native plants
Biological Invasions 18 (1),  p. 231

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2809-2821
Davide Rassati, Massimo Faccoli, Andrea Battisti and Lorenzo Marini (2016)
Habitat and climatic preferences drive invasions of non-native ambrosia beetles in deciduous temperate forests
Biological Invasions 18 (10),  p. 2809

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2823-2840
H.R. Gruffudd, T.A. R. Jenkins and H.F. Evans (2016)
Using an evapo-transpiration model (ETpN) to predict the risk and expression of symptoms of pine wilt disease (PWD) across Europe
Biological Invasions 18 (10),  p. 2823

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2853-2870
Rieks D. van Klinken, Louise Morin, Andy Sheppard and S. Raghu (2016)
Experts know more than just facts: eliciting functional understanding to help prioritise weed biological control targets
Biological Invasions 18 (10),  p. 2853

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2871-2881
Guillaume J.M. Laugier, Gilles Le Moguédec, Wang Su, Ashraf Tayeh, Laurent Soldati, Bruno Serrate, Arnaud Estoup and Benoît Facon (2016)
Reduced population size can induce quick evolution of inbreeding depression in the invasive ladybird Harmonia axyridis
Biological Invasions 18 (10),  p. 2871

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2951-2973
André Terwei, Stefan Zerbe, Inga Mölder, Peter Annighöfer, Heike Kawaletz and Christian Ammer (2016)
Response of floodplain understorey species to environmental gradients and tree invasion: a functional trait perspective
Biological Invasions 18 (10),  p. 2951

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2975-2982
Madalin Parepa and Oliver Bossdorf (2016)
Testing for allelopathy in invasive plants: it all depends on the substrate!
Biological Invasions 18 (10),  p. 2975

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3091-3101
Philip J. Lester and Monica A.M. Gruber (2016)
Booms, busts and population collapses in invasive ants
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3091

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3103-3108
Artur Pliszko and Joanna Zalewska-Galosz (2016)
Molecular evidence for hybridization between invasive Solidago canadensis and native S. virgaurea
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3103

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3109-3116
Lara Maistrello, Paride Dioli, Massimo Bariselli, Gian Lorenzo Mazzoli and Isabella Giacalone-Forini (2016)
Citizen science and early detection of invasive species: phenology of first occurrences of Halyomorpha halys in Southern Europe
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3109

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3119-3126
Sjirk Geerts, Bongani V. Mashele, Vernon Visser and John R.U. Wilson (2016)
Lack of human-assisted dispersal means Pueraria montana var. lobata (kudzu vine) could still be eradicated from South Africa
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3119

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3127-3131
András Tartally, Vera Antonova, Xavier Espadaler, Sándor Csösz and Wojciech Czechowski (2016)
Collapse of the invasive garden ant, Lasius neglectus, populations in four European countries
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3127

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3193-3204
Sarah M. Pinto and Yvette K. Ortega (2016)
Native species richness buffers invader impact in undisturbed but not disturbed grassland assemblages
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3193

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3265-3275
Kai Uwe Nierbauer, Juraj Paule and Georg Zizka (2016)
Invasive tall annual willowherb (Epilobium brachycarpum C. Presl) in Central Europe originates from high mountain areas of western North America
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3265

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3319-3332
Rickard Abom, Scott A. Parsons and Lin Schwarzkopf (2016)
Complex mammal species responses to fire in a native tropical savannah invaded by non-native grader grass (Themeda quadrivalvis)
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3319

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3333-3349
Lauren M. Porensky and Dana M. Blumenthal (2016)
Historical wildfires do not promote cheatgrass invasion in a western Great Plains steppe
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3333

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3351-3363
Daniel S.W. Katz and Inés Ibáñez (2016)
Biotic interactions with natural enemies do not affect potential range expansion of three invasive plants in response to climate change
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3351

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3365-3380
Chaohe Huangfu, Huiyan Li, Xinwei Chen, Hongmei Liu, Hui Wang and Dianlin Yang (2016)
Response of an invasive plant, Flaveria bidentis, to nitrogen addition: a test of form-preference uptake
Biological Invasions 18 (11),  p. 3365

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3397-3400
Keiichiro Matsukura, Kenneth A. Hayes and Robert H. Cowie (2016)
Eleven microsatellite loci for two invasive freshwater apple snails, Pomacea canaliculata and P. maculata (Ampullariidae)
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3397

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3401-3407
Katarina M. Mikac, Darija Lemic, Renata Bazok and Hugo A. Benitez (2016)
Wing shape changes: a morphological view of the Diabrotica virgifera virgifera European invasion
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3401

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3409-3418
Riley F. Bernard and William J. Mautz (2016)
Dietary overlap between the invasive coquí frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui) and the Hawaiian hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus) on the Island of Hawai'i
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3409

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3437-3447
Hui Wei, Minyan He, Xinmin Lu and Jianqing Ding (2016)
Differences in interactions of aboveground and belowground herbivores on the invasive plant Alternanthera philoxeroides and native host A. sessilis
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3437

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3465-3480
Donald M. Waller, Erika L. Mudrak, Kathryn L. Amatangelo, Sarah M. Klionsky and David A. Rogers (2016)
Do associations between native and invasive plants provide signals of invasive impacts?
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3465

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3481-3493
Lei Ning, Fei-Hai Yu and Mark van Kleunen (2016)
Allelopathy of a native grassland community as a potential mechanism of resistance against invasion by introduced plants
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3481

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3527-3534
Jennifer A. Lau and Tomomi Suwa (2016)
The changing nature of plant–microbe interactions during a biological invasion
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3527

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3547-3560
Michal Horsák, Tomás Cejka, Lucie Juricková, Vollrath Wiese, Veronika Horsáková and Zdenka Lososová (2016)
Drivers of Central European urban land snail faunas: the role of climate and local species pool in the representation of native and non-native species
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3547

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3561-3573
Patrick C. Tobin, Kimberly Thielen Cremers, Lucia Hunt and Dylan Parry (2016)
All quiet on the western front? Using phenological inference to detect the presence of a latent gypsy moth invasion in Northern Minnesota
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3561

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3575-3594
Samalesu G. Mayonde, Glynis V. Cron, John F. Gaskin and Marcus J. Byrne (2016)
Tamarix (Tamaricaceae) hybrids: the dominant invasive genotype in southern Africa
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3575

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3595-3609
Boyd A. Mori, Corey S. Davis and Maya L. Evenden (2016)
Genetic diversity and population structure identify the potential source of the invasive red clover casebearer moth, Coleophora deauratella, in North America
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3595

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3623-3633
Paul M. Severns and Jeffrey K. Stone (2016)
Pathogen invasion triggers an evolutionary trap for an endangered checkerspot butterfly dependent on an exotic host plant
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3623

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3647-3663
Andrew Paul Gutierrez, Luigi Ponti and Daniel T. Dalton (2016)
Analysis of the invasiveness of spotted wing Drosophila (Drosophila suzukii) in North America, Europe, and the Mediterranean Basin
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3647

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3697-3711
Zuzana Rumlerová, Montserrat Vilà, Jan Pergl, Wolfgang Nentwig and Petr Pysek (2016)
Scoring environmental and socioeconomic impacts of alien plants invasive in Europe
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3697

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 3713-3725
Fabrício de Andrade Frehse, Raul Rennó Braga, Gabriel Augusto Nocera and Jean Ricardo Simões Vitule (2016)
Non-native species and invasion biology in a megadiverse country: scientometric analysis and ecological interactions in Brazil
Biological Invasions 18 (12),  p. 3713

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 299-314
Melodie A. McGeoch, Piero Genovesi, Peter J. Bellingham, Mark J. Costello, Chris McGrannachan and Andy Sheppard (2016)
Prioritizing species, pathways, and sites to achieve conservation targets for biological invasion
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 299

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 355-358
Laurel J. Haavik, Qing Yu, Jean J. Turgeon and Jeremy D. Allison (2016)
Horizontal transmission of a parasitic nematode from a non-native to a native woodwasp?
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 355

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 371-380
E.J. Case, S. Harrison and H.V. Cornell (2016)
After an invasion: understanding variation in grassland community recovery following removal of a high-impact invader
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 371

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 381-394
Chyi-Rong Chiou, Yen-Jui Chen, Hsiao-Hsuan Wang and William E. Grant (2016)
Predicted range expansion of the invasive plant Leucaena leucocephala in the Hengchun peninsula, Taiwan
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 381

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 411-426
Isabel Cabra-Rivas, Asunción Saldaña, Pilar Castro-Díez and Laure Gallien (2016)
A multi-scale approach to identify invasion drivers and invaders' future dynamics
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 411

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 445-456
Myles Oelofse, Torben Birch-Thomsen, Jakob Magid, Andreas de Neergaard, Ross van Deventer, Sander Bruun and Trevor Hill (2016)
The impact of black wattle encroachment of indigenous grasslands on soil carbon, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 445

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 507-515
Grzegorz Buczkowski (2016)
The Trojan horse approach for managing invasive ants: a study with Asian needle ants, Pachycondyla chinensis
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 507

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 517-532
Andy G. Howe, Hans Peter Ravn, Christian Bressen Pipper and Alexandre Aebi (2016)
Potential for exploitative competition, not intraguild predation, between invasive harlequin ladybirds and flowerbugs in urban parks
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 517

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 549-563
Michael Beckmann, Helge Bruelheide and Alexandra Erfmeier (2016)
Reduced tolerance to simulated herbivory on clonal organs in alien genotypes: a multi-species experiment with native and introduced origins
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 549

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 565-581
F. Zepeda-Paulo, E. Dion, B. Lavandero, F. Mahéo, Y. Outreman, J.C. Simon and C.C. Figueroa (2016)
Signatures of genetic bottleneck and differentiation after the introduction of an exotic parasitoid for classical biological control
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 565

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 583-595
Leonardo Ancillotto, Diederik Strubbe, Mattia Menchetti and Emiliano Mori (2016)
An overlooked invader? Ecological niche, invasion success and range dynamics of the Alexandrine parakeet in the invaded range
Biological Invasions 18 (2),  p. 583

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 597-601
E. Raffaele, M.A. Nuñez, J. Eneström and M. Blackhall (2016)
Fire as mediator of pine invasion: evidence from Patagonia, Argentina
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 597

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 631-645
Aaron J. Dodd, Michael A. McCarthy, Nigel Ainsworth and Mark A. Burgman (2016)
Identifying hotspots of alien plant naturalisation in Australia: approaches and predictions
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 631

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 677-687
David L. Vergara-Tabares, Julieta Badini and Susana I. Peluc (2016)
Fruiting phenology as a "triggering attribute" of invasion process: Do invasive species take advantage of seed dispersal service provided by native birds?
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 677

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 703-715
Donald A. Croll, Kelly M. Newton, Matthew McKown, Nick Holmes, Jeffrey C. Williams, Hillary S. Young, Stacey Buckelew, Coral A. Wolf, Gregg Howald, Milagra F. Bock, Jennifer A. Curl and Bernie R. Tershy (2016)
Passive recovery of an island bird community after rodent eradication
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 703

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 717-729
San Wang and Shukui Niu (2016)
Do biological invasions by Eupatorium adenophorum increase forest fire severity?
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 717

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 731-749
Alberto Maceda-Veiga, Helena Basas, Gerard Lanzaco, Miquel Sala, Adolfo de Sostoa and Antoni Serra (2016)
Impacts of the invader giant reed (Arundo donax) on riparian habitats and ground arthropod communities
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 731

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 793-808
Yutaka Matsubara and Satoki Sakai (2016)
The role of flood regime on invasive success of exotic species growing in riparian environments
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 793

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 809-829
Ruixin Gao, Zushang Su, Yanbao Yin, Linni Sun and Shiyou Li (2016)
Germplasm, chemical constituents, biological activities, utilization, and control of Chinese tallow (Triadica sebifera (L.) Small)
Biological Invasions 18 (3),  p. 809

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 893-905
Andrew M. Liebhold, Takehiko Yamanaka, Alain Roques, Sylvie Augustin, Steven L. Chown, Eckehard G. Brockerhoff and Petr Pysek (2016)
Global compositional variation among native and non-native regional insect assemblages emphasizes the importance of pathways
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 893

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 907-920
Alain Roques, MarieAnne AugerRozenberg, Tim M. Blackburn, Jeff Garnas, Petr Pysek, Wolfgang Rabitsch, David M. Richardson, Michael J. Wingfield, Andrew M. Liebhold and Richard P. Duncan (2016)
Temporal and interspecific variation in rates of spread for insect species invading Europe during the last 200 years
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 907

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 921-933
Brett P. Hurley, Jeff Garnas, Michael J. Wingfield, Manuela Branco, David M. Richardson and Bernard Slippers (2016)
Increasing numbers and intercontinental spread of invasive insects on eucalypts
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 921

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 935-952
Jeff R. Garnas, MarieAnne AugerRozenberg, Alain Roques, Cleo Bertelsmeier, Michael J. Wingfield, Davina L. Saccaggi, Helen E. Roy and Bernard Slippers (2016)
Complex patterns of global spread in invasive insects: eco-evolutionary and management consequences
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 935

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 953-969
Ann E. Hajek, Brett P. Hurley, Marc Kenis, Jeffrey R. Garnas, Samantha J. Bush, Michael J. Wingfield, Joop C. van Lenteren and Matthew J.W. Cock (2016)
Exotic biological control agents: A solution or contribution to arthropod invasions?
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 953

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 971-983
Cang Hui, David M. Richardson, Pietro Landi, Henintsoa O. Minoarivelo, Jeff Garnas and Helen E. Roy (2016)
Defining invasiveness and invasibility in ecological networks
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 971

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 997-1044
Helen E. Roy, Peter M.J. Brown, Tim Adriaens, Nick Berkvens, Isabel Borges, Susana ClusellaTrullas, Richard F. Comont, Patrick De Clercq, Rene Eschen, Arnaud Estoup, Edward W. Evans, Benoit Facon, Mary M. Gardiner, Artur Gil, Audrey A. Grez, Thomas Guillemaud, Danny Haelewaters, Annette Herz, Alois Honek, Andy G. Howe, Cang Hui, William D. Hutchison, Marc Kenis, Robert L. Koch, Jan Kulfan, Lori Lawson Handley, Eric Lombaert, Antoon Loomans, John Losey, Alexander O. Lukashuk, Dirk Maes, Alexandra Magro, Katie M. Murray, Gilles San Martin, Zdenka Martinkova, Ingrid A. Minnaar, Oldrich Nedved, Marina J. OrlovaBienkowskaja, Naoya Osawa, Wolfgang Rabitsch, Hans Peter Ravn, Gabriele Rondoni, Steph L. Rorke, Sergey K. Ryndevich, MayGuri Saethre, John J. Sloggett, Antonio Onofre Soares, Riaan Stals, Matthew C. Tinsley, Axel Vandereycken, Paul van Wielink, Sandra Viglásová, Peter Zach, Ilya A. Zakharov, Tania Zaviezo and Zihua Zhao (2016)
The harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis: global perspectives on invasion history and ecology
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 997

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1045-1056
Michael J. Wingfield, Jeff R. Garnas, Ann Hajek, Brett P. Hurley, Z. Wilhelm de Beer and Stephen J. Taerum (2016)
Novel and co-evolved associations between insects and microorganisms as drivers of forest pestilence
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1045

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1057-1075
Davina L. Saccaggi, Minette Karsten, Mark P. Robertson, Sabrina Kumschick, Michael J. Somers, John R.U. Wilson and John S. Terblanche (2016)
Methods and approaches for the management of arthropod border incursions
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1057

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1077-1088
Sabrina Kumschick, Adam Devenish, Marc Kenis, Wolfgang Rabitsch, David M. Richardson and John R.U. Wilson (2016)
Intentionally introduced terrestrial invertebrates: patterns, risks, and options for management
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1077

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1089-1103
Patricia Gibert, Matthew Hill, Marta Pascual, Christophe Plantamp, John S. Terblanche, Amir Yassin and Carla M. Sgrò (2016)
Drosophila as models to understand the adaptive process during invasion
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1089

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1105-1119
M.P. Hill, C. Bertelsmeier, S. Clusella-Trullas, J. Garnas, M.P. Robertson and J.S. Terblanche (2016)
Predicted decrease in global climate suitability masks regional complexity of invasive fruit fly species response to climate change
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1105

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1147-1161
Padmini Herath, Stephanie Beauseigle, Braham Dhillon, Dario I. Ojeda, Guillaume Bilodeau, Nathalie Isabel, MarieClaude GrosLouis, Harry Kope, Stefan Zeglen, Richard C. Hamelin and Nicolas Feau (2016)
Anthropogenic signature in the incidence and distribution of an emerging pathogen of poplars
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1147

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1163-1175
Daifeng Cheng, Guangwen Liang and Yijuan Xu (2016)
Meta-analysis reveals asymmetric reduction in the genetic diversity of introduced populations of exotic insects
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1163

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1177-1190
Eckehard G. Brockerhoff, Margaret Dick, Rebecca Ganley, Alain Roques and Andrew J. Storer (2016)
Role of insect vectors in epidemiology and invasion risk of Fusarium circinatum, and risk assessment of biological control of invasive Pinus contorta
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1177

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1191-1201
Janet Higuti and Koen Martens (2016)
Invasive South American floating plants are a successful substrate for native Central African pleuston
Biological Invasions 18 (4),  p. 1191

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1235-1246
Jennifer E. Lee and Steven L. Chown (2016)
Range expansion and increasing impact of the introduced wasp Aphidius matricariae Haliday on sub-Antarctic Marion Island
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1235

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1247-1263
Kristine M. Averill, David A. Mortensen, Erica A.H. Smithwick and Eric Post (2016)
Deer feeding selectivity for invasive plants
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1247

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1265-1273
Shannon G. Guthrie, Raelene M. Crandall and Tiffany M. Knight (2016)
Fire indirectly benefits fitness in two invasive species
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1265

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1305-1315
Ivan Réus Viana, Diederik Strubbe and Jairo José Zocche (2016)
Monk parakeet invasion success: a role for nest thermoregulation and bactericidal potential of plant nest material?
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1305

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1317-1333
Lorenzo Lazzaro, Bruno Foggi, Giulio Ferretti and Giuseppe Brundu (2016)
Priority invasive alien plants in the Tuscan Archipelago (Italy): comparing the EPPO prioritization scheme with the Australian WRA
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1317

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1351-1361
Adam B. Mitchell and Andrea R. Litt (2016)
Nonnative plant shifts functional groups of arthropods following drought
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1351

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1363-1373
Jason A. Berg, Gretchen A. Meyer and Erica B. Young (2016)
Propagule pressure and environmental conditions interact to determine establishment success of an invasive plant species, glossy buckthorn (Frangula alnus), across five different wetland habitat types
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1363

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1391-1407
Lingling Zhang, Xiaoying Chen and Dazhi Wen (2016)
Interactive effects of rising CO2 and elevated nitrogen and phosphorus on nitrogen allocation in invasive weeds Mikania micrantha and Chromolaena odorata
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1391

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1431-1450
Emily A. Goldstein, Fidelma Butler and Colin Lawton (2016)
Modeling future range expansion and management strategies for an invasive squirrel species
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1431

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1485-1498
Brittany M. Bernik, Haisheng Li and Michael J. Blum (2016)
Genetic variation of Spartina alterniflora intentionally introduced to China
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1485

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1499-1509
Christopher J. Jolly, Richard Shine and Matthew J. Greenlees (2016)
The impacts of a toxic invasive prey species (the cane toad, Rhinella marina) on a vulnerable predator (the lace monitor, Varanus varius)
Biological Invasions 18 (5),  p. 1499

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1533-1550
Carolyn M. King (2016)
How genetics, history and geography limit potential explanations of invasions by house mice Mus musculus in New Zealand
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1533

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1551-1565
Carolyn King, Alana Alexander, Tanya Chubb, Ray Cursons, Jamie MacKay, Helen McCormick, Elaine Murphy, Andrew Veale and Heng Zhang (2016)
What can the geographic distribution of mtDNA haplotypes tell us about the invasion of New Zealand by house mice Mus musculus?
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1551

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1581-1598
Ariane Le Gros, Sarah Samadi, Dario Zuccon, Raphaël Cornette, Michael P. Braun, Juan Carlos Senar and Philippe Clergeau (2016)
Rapid morphological changes, admixture and invasive success in populations of Ring-necked parakeets (Psittacula krameri) established in Europe
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1581

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1611-1628
Susan E. Meyer, Elizabeth A. Leger, Desirée R. Eldon and Craig E. Coleman (2016)
Strong genetic differentiation in the invasive annual grass Bromus tectorum across the Mojave-Great Basin ecological transition zone
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1611

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1629-1643
Rodrigo León Cordero, Fábio P. Torchelsen, Gerhard E. Overbeck and Madhur Anand (2016)
Invasive gorse (Ulex europaeus, Fabaceae) changes plant community structure in subtropical forest–grassland mosaics of southern Brazil
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1629

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1645-1652
Uditha Wijethunga, Matthew Greenlees and Richard Shine (2016)
Far from home: responses of an American predator species to an American prey species in a jointly invaded area of Australia
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1645

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1689-1699
Kien Q. Nguyen, Peter Cuneo, Saul A. Cunningham, Dan W. Krix, Andrea Leigh and Brad R. Murray (2016)
Ecological effects of increasing time since invasion by the exotic African olive (Olea europaea ssp. cuspidata) on leaf-litter invertebrate assemblages
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1689

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1723-1736
Anna Carter, Stu Barr, Craig Bond, Grace Paske, Darren Peters and Robert van Dam (2016)
Controlling sympatric pest mammal populations in New Zealand with self-resetting, toxicant-free traps: a promising tool for invasive species management
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1723

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1745-1758
Erin Seekamp, Allie McCreary, Jessica Mayer, Sarah Zack, Patrice Charlebois and Lainey Pasternak (2016)
Exploring the efficacy of an aquatic invasive species prevention campaign among water recreationists
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1745

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1759-1768
Luciano Bosso, Mirko Di Febbraro, Gennaro Cristinzio, Astolfo Zoina and Danilo Russo (2016)
Shedding light on the effects of climate change on the potential distribution of Xylella fastidiosa in the Mediterranean basin
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1759

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1781-1799
Monique L. Sakalidis, Nicolas Feau, Braham Dhillon and Richard C. Hamelin (2016)
Genetic patterns reveal historical and contemporary dispersal of a tree pathogen
Biological Invasions 18 (6),  p. 1781

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1813-1825
John D. Stuhler and John L. Orrock (2016)
Historical land use and present-day canopy thinning differentially affect the distribution and abundance of invasive and native ant species
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1813

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1827-1842
Jaakko Heikkilä, Juha Tuomola, Eija Pouta and Salla Hannunen (2016)
FinnPRIO: a model for ranking invasive plant pests based on risk
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1827

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1853-1865
Cecilia Casas, Pedro E. Gundel, María Semmartin, Hans Schnyder and Marina Omacini (2016)
The enhancement of invasion ability of an annual grass by its fungal endophyte depends on recipient community structure
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1853

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1867-1881
Urszula Krzeminska, Robyn Wilson, Beng Kah Song, Sampath Seneviratne, Sharif Akhteruzzaman, Joanna Gruszczynska, Wieslaw Swiderek, Teh Ser Huy, Christopher M. Austin and Sadequr Rahman (2016)
Genetic diversity of native and introduced populations of the invasive house crow (Corvus splendens) in Asia and Africa
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1867

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1883-1894
Pablo Bravo-Monasterio, Aníbal Pauchard and Alex Fajardo (2016)
Pinus contorta invasion into treeless steppe reduces species richness and alters species traits of the local community
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1883

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1895-1910
Christoph Rosche, Walter Durka, Isabell Hensen, Patrik Mráz, Matthias Hartmann, Heinz Müller-Schärer and Susanne Lachmuth (2016)
The population genetics of the fundamental cytotype-shift in invasive Centaurea stoebe s.l.: genetic diversity, genetic differentiation and small-scale genetic structure differ between cytotypes but not between ranges
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1895

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1939-1951
Saeko Matsuhashi, Hiroshi Kudoh, Masayuki Maki, Maria Cartolano, Miltos Tsiantis, Tomoyuki Itagaki and Satoki Sakai (2016)
Invasion history of Cardamine hirsuta in Japan inferred from genetic analyses of herbarium specimens and current populations
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 1939

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2045-2065
Roser Vilatersana, María Sanz, Almudena Galian and Eva Castells (2016)
The invasion of Senecio pterophorus across continents: multiple, independent introductions, admixture and hybridization
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 2045

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2067-2075
John F. Gaskin, Monica L. Pokorny and Jane M. Mangold (2016)
An unusual case of seed dispersal in an invasive aquatic; yellow flag iris (Iris pseudacorus)
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 2067

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2077-2091
Sonja Stutz, Katerina Stajerová, Hariet L. Hinz, Heinz MüllerSchärer and Urs Schaffner (2016)
Can enemy release explain the invasion success of the diploid Leucanthemum vulgare in North America?
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 2077

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2093-2106
Laura K. Williams, Paul Kristiansen, Brian M. Sindel, Susan C. Wilson and Justine D. Shaw (2016)
Quantifying the seed bank of an invasive grass in the sub-Antarctic: seed density, depth, persistence and viability
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 2093

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2107-2115
Geneviève M. Nesslage, Lisa A. Wainger, Nathan E. Harms and Alfred F. Cofrancesco (2016)
Quantifying the population response of invasive water hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes, to biological control and winter weather in Louisiana, USA
Biological Invasions 18 (7),  p. 2107

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2123-2135
A. Baumel, M. Rousseau-Gueutin, C. Sapienza-Bianchi, A. Gareil, N. Duong, H. Rousseau, O. Coriton, R. Amirouche, S. Sciandrello, B. Duarte, I. Caçador, J.M. Castillo and M. Ainouche (2016)
Spartina versicolor Fabre: Another case of Spartina trans-Atlantic
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2123

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2137-2151
Dalibor Huska, Ilia J. Leitch, Julie Ferreira de Carvalho, Andrew R. Leitch, Armel Salmon, Malika Ainouche and Ales Kovarik (2016)
Persistence, dispersal and genetic evolution of recently formed Spartina homoploid hybrids and allopolyploids in Southern England
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2137

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2153-2158
Janine Adams, Ernita van Wyk and Taryn Riddin (2016)
First record of Spartina alterniflora in southern Africa indicates adaptive potential of this saline grass
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2153

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2159-2174
Jesús M. Castillo, Brenda J. Grewell, Andrea J. Pickart, Enrique Figueroa and Mark Sytsma (2016)
Variation in tussock architecture of the invasive cordgrass Spartina densiflora along the Pacific Coast of North America
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2159

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2175-2187
Brenda J. Grewell, Jesús M. Castillo, Meghan J. Skaer Thomason and Rebecca E. Drenovsky (2016)
Phenotypic plasticity and population differentiation in response to salinity in the invasive cordgrass Spartina densiflora
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2175

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2189-2205
B. Duarte, J.C. Marques and I. Caçador (2016)
Ecophysiological response of native and invasive Spartina species to extreme temperature events in Mediterranean marshes
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2189

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2207-2219
Alex K. Lee, Debra R. Ayres, Mary R. PakenhamWalsh and Donald R. Strong (2016)
Responses to salinity of Spartina hybrids formed in San Francisco Bay, California (S. alterniflora × foliosa and S. densiflora × foliosa )
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2207

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2221-2227
Wade H. Elmer, Robert E. Marra, Hui Li and Bo Li (2016)
Incidence of Fusarium spp. on the invasive Spartina alterniflora on Chongming Island, Shanghai, China
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2221

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2229-2236
Rui-Ting Ju, Yang-Yun Chen, Lei Gao and Bo Li (2016)
The extended phenology of Spartina invasion alters a native herbivorous insect's abundance and diet in a Chinese salt marsh
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2229

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2237-2246
Donald R. Strong and Debra A. Ayres (2016)
Control and consequences of Spartina spp. invasions with focus upon San Francisco Bay
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2237

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2247-2266
Drew W. Kerr, Ingrid B. Hogle, Brian S. Ort and Whitney J. Thornton (2016)
A review of 15 years of Spartina management in the San Francisco Estuary
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2247

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2267-2281
Brian S. Ort and Whitney J. Thornton (2016)
Changes in the population genetics of an invasive Spartina after 10 years of management
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2267

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2283-2297
Mesfin Wondafrash, Bernard Slippers, Jeff Garnas, Géraldine Roux, Jiri Foit, David W. Langor and Brett P. Hurley (2016)
Identification and genetic diversity of two invasive Pissodes spp. Germar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in their introduced range in the southern hemisphere
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2283

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2325-2332
James A. Estrada, Chris H. Wilson, Julienne E. NeSmith and S. Luke Flory (2016)
Propagule quality mediates invasive plant establishment
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2325

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2349-2364
Justin M. Valliere and Edith B. Allen (2016)
Nitrogen enrichment contributes to positive responses to soil microbial communities in three invasive plant species
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2349

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2365-2376
Greg Mutze, Brian Cooke and Scott Jennings (2016)
Density-dependent grazing impacts of introduced European rabbits and sympatric kangaroos on Australian native pastures
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2365

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2391-2402
Qian Tang, Hong Jiang, Yangsheng Li, Thomas Bourguignon and Theodore Alfred Evans (2016)
Population structure of the German cockroach, Blattella germanica, shows two expansions across China
Biological Invasions 18 (8),  p. 2391

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2421-2431
Laura A. Meyerson, James T. Cronin and Petr Pysek (2016)
Phragmites australis as a model organism for studying plant invasions
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2421

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2433-2441
Kristin Saltonstall (2016)
The naming of Phragmites haplotypes
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2433

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2443-2455
Carla Lambertini (2016)
Heteroplasmy due to chloroplast paternal leakage: another insight into Phragmites haplotypic diversity in North America
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2443

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2457-2462
Amy E. Spens and Vladimir Douhovnikoff (2016)
Epigenetic variation within Phragmites australis among lineages, genotypes, and ramets
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2457

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2463-2474
Kristin Saltonstall, Adam M. Lambert and Nick Rice (2016)
What happens in Vegas, better stay in Vegas: Phragmites australis hybrids in the Las Vegas Wash
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2463

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2475-2495
Karin M. Kettenring, Karen E. Mock, Bushra Zaman and Mac McKee (2016)
Life on the edge: reproductive mode and rate of invasive Phragmites australis patch expansion
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2475

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2497-2504
Melissa K. McCormick, Hope E.A. Brooks and Dennis F. Whigham (2016)
Microsatellite analysis to estimate realized dispersal distance in Phragmites australis
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2497

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2505-2516
Susan M. Galatowitsch, Diane L. Larson and Jennifer L. Larson (2016)
Factors affecting post-control reinvasion by seed of an invasive species, Phragmites australis, in the central Platte River, Nebraska
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2505

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2517-2529
Joseph Stabile, Daniel Lipus, Lorraine Maceda, Michele Maltz, Nirmal Roy and Isaac Wirgin (2016)
Microsatellite DNA analysis of spatial and temporal population structuring of Phragmites australis along the Hudson River Estuary
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2517

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2531-2549
Laura A. Meyerson, James T. Cronin, Ganesh P. Bhattarai, Hans Brix, Carla Lambertini, Magdalena Lucanová, Shelby Rinehart, Jan Suda and Petr Pysek (2016)
Do ploidy level and nuclear genome size and latitude of origin modify the expression of Phragmites australis traits and interactions with herbivores?
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2531

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2551-2561
Wen-Yong Guo, Carla Lambertini, Xiao Guo, Xiu-Zhen Li, Franziska Eller and Hans Brix (2016)
Phenotypic traits of the Mediterranean Phragmites australis M1 lineage: differences between the native and introduced ranges
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2551

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2563-2576
Bui Truong Tho, Brian K. Sorrell, Carla Lambertini, Franziska Eller and Hans Brix (2016)
Phragmites australis: How do genotypes of different phylogeographic origins differ from their invasive genotypes in growth, nitrogen allocation and gas exchange?
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2563

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2577-2595
A. Randall Hughes, Forest R. Schenck, Jeanne Bloomberg, Torrance C. Hanley, Dongmei Feng, Tarik C. Gouhier, R. Edward Beighley and David L. Kimbro (2016)
Biogeographic gradients in ecosystem processes of the invasive ecosystem engineer Phragmites australis
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2577

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2597-2617
Adam M. Lambert, Kristin Saltonstall, Randy Long and Tom L. Dudley (2016)
Biogeography of Phragmites australis lineages in the southwestern United States
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2597

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2619-2631
Thomas J. Mozdzer, J. Adam Langley, Peter Mueller and J. Patrick Megonigal (2016)
Deep rooting and global change facilitate spread of invasive grass
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2619

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2635-2647
Peter Mueller, Rachel N. Hager, Justin E. Meschter, Thomas J. Mozdzer, J. Adam Langley, Kai Jensen and J. Patrick Megonigal (2016)
Complex invader-ecosystem interactions and seasonality mediate the impact of non-native Phragmites on CH4 emissions
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2635

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2649-2660
Thomas J. Mozdzer, Joshua S. Caplan, Rachel N. Hager, C. Edward Proffitt and Laura A. Meyerson (2016)
Contrasting trait responses to latitudinal climate variation in two lineages of an invasive grass
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2649

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2661-2677
M. Benjamin Sciance, Christopher J. Patrick, Donald E. Weller, Meghan N. Williams, Melissa K. McCormick and Eric L.G. Hazelton (2016)
Local and regional disturbances associated with the invasion of Chesapeake Bay marshes by the common reed Phragmites australis
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2661

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2679-2687
Kimberly L. Dibble and Laura A. Meyerson (2016)
Detection of decreased quantities of actively spawning female Fundulus heteroclitus in tidally restricted marshes relative to restored and reference sites
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2679

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2689-2702
Marcos Antônio Soares, Hai-Yan Li, Kurt P. Kowalski, Marshall Bergen, Mónica S. Torres and James Francis White (2016)
Evaluation of the functional roles of fungal endophytes of Phragmites australis from high saline and low saline habitats
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2689

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2703-2716
Keith Clay, Zackery R.C. Shearin, Kimberly A. Bourke, Wesley A. Bickford and Kurt P. Kowalski (2016)
Diversity of fungal endophytes in non-native Phragmites australis in the Great Lakes
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2703

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2717-2728
S.A. Yarwood, A.H. Baldwin, M. Gonzalez Mateu and J.S. Buyer (2016)
Archaeal rhizosphere communities differ between the native and invasive lineages of the wetland plant Phragmites australis (common reed) in a Chesapeake Bay subestuary
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2717

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2729-2738
H.A. Braun, K.P. Kowalski and K. Hollins (2016)
Applying the collective impact approach to address non-native species: a case study of the Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2729

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2739-2747
Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, Laura A. Meyerson and Kristen C. Hychka (2016)
From restoration to adaptation: the changing discourse of invasive species management in coastal New England under global environmental change
Biological Invasions 18 (9),  p. 2739