Abstracts of Interest: June 2019

Biological Invasions

All change at the water’s edge: invasion by non-native riparian plants negatively impacts terrestrial invertebrates

A response to “Media representation of hemlock woolly adelgid management risks: a case study of science communication and invasive species control,” published in biological invasions online on September 18, 2018

Invasive lumbricid earthworms in northeastern North American forests and consequences for leaf-litter fauna

Double trouble: co-infections of chytrid fungi will severely impact widely distributed newts


Ecology Letters

Resolving the invasion paradox: pervasive scale and study dependence in the native‐alien species richness relationship


Diversity and Distributions

Diversity patterns of native and exotic fish species suggest homogenization processes, but partly fail to highlight extinction threats


Management of Biological Invasions

A decision support system for identifying potentially invasive and injurious freshwater fishes

Biological control of invasive fish and aquatic invertebrates: a brief review with case studies

Ligation and division of ductus deferens does not produce long term sterility in most bighead carp or grass carp

Using environmental DNA to extend the window of early detection for dreissenid mussels


Biological Control

Conceptualizing, categorizing and recording the outcomes of biological control of invasive plant species, at a population level



Effects of native bryophytes on exotic grass invasion across an environmental gradient


Ecological Society of America

Modeling competition, niche, and coexistence between an invasive and a native species in a two‐species metapopulation

Population projection models for 14 alien plant species in the presence and absence of aboveground competition


Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Operationalizing Resilience and Resistance Concepts to Address Invasive Grass-Fire Cycles


British Ecological Society

Biogeographic variation of distance‐dependent effects in an invasive tree species

The potential for mass ratio and trait divergence effects to explain idiosyncratic impacts of non‐native invasive plants on carbon mineralization of decomposing leaf litter



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