Abstracts of Interest: November 2019

Biological Invasions

Widespread hybridization among native and invasive species of Operophtera moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) in Europe and North America

Utilizing environmental DNA for fish eradication effectiveness monitoring in streams

Genetic, spatial, and temporal aspects of decline and mortality in a Fraxinus provenance test following invasion by the emerald ash borer



Plant invader alters soil food web via changes to fungal resources

Experimental effects of white-tailed deer and an invasive shrub on forest ant communities



Propagule pressure and native community connectivity interact to influence invasion success in metacommunities



Urban trees facilitate the establishment of non-native forest insects


American Society for Horticultural Science

Comparing Insect Pollinator Visitation for Six Native Shrub Species and Their Cultivars



Killifish eggs can disperse via gut passage through waterfowl


Conservation Biology

Doubting Thomas and the Love of Invasive Species


Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

The Many Roles of Remote Sensing in Invasion Science

Simulated herbivory weakens plant-soil feedbacks in competitive mixtures of native and invasive woodland plants


Global Change Biology

Invasive plants negatively impact native, but not exotic, animals

Global warming promotes biological invasion of a honey bee pest



A mysterious disease is striking American beech trees