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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Accidental transfer of non-native soil organisms into Antarctica on construction vehicles Hughes, K. A.
2009
12 4 p. 875-891
artikel
2 American bullfrog Lithobates catesbeianus (Shaw, 1802) invasion in Argentina Akmentins, Mauricio Sebastián
2009
12 4 p. 735-737
artikel
3 Are amphipod invaders a threat to regional biodiversity? Piscart, Christophe
2009
12 4 p. 853-863
artikel
4 Biological invasions in developing and developed countries: does one model fit all? Nuñez, Martin A.
2009
12 4 p. 707-714
artikel
5 Comparing the influences of ecological and evolutionary factors on the successful invasion of a fungal forest pathogen Garbelotto, Matteo
2009
12 4 p. 943-957
artikel
6 Competitive interactions between a native spider (Frontinella communis, Araneae: Linyphiidae) and an invasive spider (Linyphia triangularis, Araneae: Linyphiidae) Bednarski, Julie
2009
12 4 p. 905-912
artikel
7 Containment and spot eradication of a highly destructive, invasive plant pathogen (Phytophthora cinnamomi) in natural ecosystems Dunstan, William A.
2009
12 4 p. 913-925
artikel
8 Differences in population dynamics and potential impacts of a freshwater invader driven by temporal habitat stability Burlakova, Lyubov E.
2009
12 4 p. 927-941
artikel
9 Does Argentine ant invasion affect prey availability for foliage-gleaning birds? Estany-Tigerström, David
2009
12 4 p. 827-839
artikel
10 Ecological restoration following the local eradication of an invasive ant in northern Australia Hoffmann, Benjamin D.
2009
12 4 p. 959-969
artikel
11 Enhanced interspecific territoriality and the invasion success of the spotted tilapia (Tilapia mariae) in South Florida Brooks, Wesley R.
2009
12 4 p. 865-874
artikel
12 Environmental factors and land uses related to the naturalization of Bombus terrestris in Hokkaido, northern Japan Nukatsuka, Yurika
2009
12 4 p. 795-804
artikel
13 From the backyard to the backcountry: how ecological and biological traits explain the escape of garden plants into Mediterranean old fields Marco, Audrey
2009
12 4 p. 761-779
artikel
14 Genetic diversity of Bradysia difformis (Sciaridae: Diptera) populations reflects movement of an invasive insect between forestry nurseries Hurley, B. P.
2009
12 4 p. 729-733
artikel
15 Growth and water relations in a central North Carolina population of Microstegium vimineum (Trin.) A. Camus Touchette, Brant W.
2009
12 4 p. 893-903
artikel
16 Herbivory in invasive rats: criteria for food selection Grant-Hoffman, M. N.
2009
12 4 p. 805-825
artikel
17 James A. Young and Charlie D. Clements: Cheatgrass. Fire and forage on the range Mack, Richard N.
2009
12 4 p. 973-975
artikel
18 M. A. Davis: Invasion biology Lockwood, Julie L.
2009
12 4 p. 971-972
artikel
19 Modeling the eradication of invasive mammals using the sterile male technique Gonçalves da Silva, Anders
2009
12 4 p. 751-759
artikel
20 Morphological and physiological traits in the success of the invasive plant Lespedeza cuneata Allred, Brady W.
2009
12 4 p. 739-749
artikel
21 Native, insect herbivore communities derive a significant proportion of their carbon from a widespread invader of forest understories Bradford, Mark A.
2009
12 4 p. 721-724
artikel
22 Origin and genetic diversity of mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) introduced to Europe Vidal, Oriol
2009
12 4 p. 841-851
artikel
23 Restoring restoration: removal of the invasive plant Microstegium vimineum from a North Carolina wetland DeMeester, Julie E.
2009
12 4 p. 781-793
artikel
24 The apparent demise of the Asian date mussel Musculista senhousia in Western Australia: or using acts of god as an eradication tool McDonald, Justin I.
2009
12 4 p. 715-719
artikel
25 The recent geographical expansion of Caprella californica (Caprellidea: Caprellidae) around the coastline of Australia Montelli, Luciana
2009
12 4 p. 725-728
artikel
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