Abstracts of Interest: September 2018

Aquatic Invasions

Antagonistic effects of invasive zebra mussels and nutrient enrichment on algal and rotifer biomass

A global review of zooplankton species in freshwater aquaculture ponds: what are the risks for invasion?

Trends in nonindigenous aquatic species richness in the United States reveal shifting spatial and temporal patterns of species introductions

Distribution, abundance and condition of an invasive bivalve (Corbicula fluminea) along an artificial thermal gradient in the St. Lawrence River


Biological Conservation

Survivors or reinvaders? Intraspecific priority effect masks reinvasion potential


Biological Control

Dispersal of emerald ash borer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) parasitoids along an ash corridor in western New York


Biological Invasions

Using invasion theory to predict the fate of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculants

An invasive plant provides refuge to native plant species in an intensely grazed ecosystem

Diatoms prefer strangers: non-indigenous crayfish host completely different epizoic algal diatom communities from sympatric native species

Host range expansion may provide enemy free space for the highly invasive emerald ash borer

Survival, dynamics of spread and invasive potential of species in perennial plantations

Media representation of hemlock woolly adelgid management risks: a case study of science communication and invasive species control

Reconstructing biological invasions using public surveys: a new approach to retrospectively assess spatio-temporal changes in invasive spread

Interaction between invasive plant leaf litter and NaCl on two model amphibians


Conservation Biology

Assessing effects of nonnative crayfish on mosquito survival


Global Change Biology

Differential effects of biological invasions on coastal blue carbon: A global review and meta‐analysis


Journal of Ecology

Seed size regulates plant dispersal distances in flowing water

Linking Darwin’s naturalisation hypothesis and Elton’s diversity–invasibility hypothesis in experimental grassland communities


Management of Biological Invasions

What it is to be established: policy and management implications for non-native and invasive species

Field evaluation of carbon dioxide as a fish deterrent at a water management structure along the Illinois River

Consensus when experts disagree: A priority list of invasive alien plant species that reduce ecological restoration success



High resources and infectious disease facilitate invasion by a freshwater crustacean


Restoration Ecology

Conceptualizing ecological restoration: a concise and adaptable framework for researchers and practitioners

Effects of transgenic American chestnut leaf litter on growth and survival of wood frog larvae

Monitoring the social benefits of ecological restoration