Abstracts of Interest: May 2020

Journal of Applied Ecology

Controlling invasive plant species in ecological restoration: a global review

Forest damage by deer depends on cross‐scale interactions between climate, deer density and landscape structure

Biological Invasions

Exploring the desiccation tolerance of the invasive bivalve Corbicula fluminea (Müller 1774) at different temperatures

Environmental stress under climate change reduces plant performance, yet increases allelopathic potential of an invasive shrub

Supporting proactive management in the context of climate change: prioritizing range-shifting invasive plants based on impact

Combined effects of biological control of an invasive shrub and fluvial processes on riparian vegetation dynamics

Changes in streamside riparian forest canopy and leaf litter nutrient flux to soils during an emerald ash borer infestation in an agricultural landscape

Does public awareness about invasive plants pays off? An analysis of knowledge and perceptions of environmentally aware citizens in Portugal

Journal of Ecology

Restoring functionally diverse communities enhances invasion resistance in a freshwater wetland

Community‐level direct and indirect impacts of an invasive plant favour exotic over native species

Temperate deciduous forests embedded across developed landscapes: Younger forests harbour invasive plants and urban forests maintain native plants

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Can cognitive ability give invasive species the means to succeed? A review of the evidence

Behavioral responses of invasive and nuisance vertebrates to harvesting: a mechanistic framework

Global Change Biology

Eutrophication, biodiversity loss, and species invasions modify the relationship between host and parasite richness during host community assembly


Clonal growth strategies of Reynoutria japonica in response to light, shade, and mowing, and perspectives for management

Do dense layers of invasive plants elevate the foraging intensity of small mammals in temperate deciduous forests? A case study from Pennsylvania, USA


Exotic tree and shrub invasions alter leaf-litter microflora and arthropod communities


Lineage and latitudinal variation in Phragmites australis tolerance to herbivory: implications for invasion success

Plant–soil feedback contributes to predicting plant invasiveness of 68 alien plant species differing in invasive status


Exotic plants get a little help from their friends

Biotic interactions drive ecosystem responses to exotic plant invaders

Weed Science

Glyphosate: Environmental Fate and Impact