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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Alien algae Undaria pinnatifida causes habitat loss for rocky reef fishes in north Patagonia Irigoyen, Alejo J.
2010
13 1 p. 17-24
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2 Alien species along the Italian coasts: an overview Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna
2010
13 1 p. 215-237
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3 Aquatic pollution increases the relative success of invasive species Crooks, Jeffrey A.
2010
13 1 p. 165-176
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4 Araucaria Forest conservation: mechanisms providing resistance to invasion by exotic timber trees Emer, Carine
2010
13 1 p. 189-202
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5 A stage-based matrix population model of invasive lionfish with implications for control Morris, James A.
2010
13 1 p. 7-12
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6 Cane toads a threat to West Indian wildlife: mortality of Jamaican boas attributable to toad ingestion Wilson, Byron S.
2010
13 1 p. 55-60
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7 Challenges of predicting the potential distribution of a slow-spreading invader: a habitat suitability map for an invasive riparian tree Jarnevich, Catherine S.
2010
13 1 p. 153-163
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8 Cold-induced mortality of invasive Burmese pythons in south Florida Mazzotti, Frank J.
2010
13 1 p. 143-151
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9 Conservation implications of small Indian mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus) predation in a hotspot within a hotspot: the Hellshire Hills, Jamaica Lewis, Delano S.
2010
13 1 p. 25-33
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10 Discrimination between farmed and free-living invasive salmonids in Chilean Patagonia using stable isotope analysis Schröder, V.
2010
13 1 p. 203-213
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11 Do non-native earthworms in Southeast Alaska use streams as invasional corridors in watersheds harvested for timber? Costello, David M.
2010
13 1 p. 177-187
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12 Fuegian plants in Antarctica: natural or anthropogenically assisted immigrants? Lewis Smith, Ronald I.
2010
13 1 p. 1-5
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13 Germination, growth and survival of Berberis thunbergii DC. (Berberidaceae) and Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea in five natural environments Lubell, Jessica D.
2010
13 1 p. 135-141
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14 Light intensity is a limiting factor to the inland expansion of Cape ivy (Delairea odorata) Robison, Ramona A.
2010
13 1 p. 35-44
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15 Molecular identification of the exotic slug Arion subfuscus sensu stricto (Gastropoda: Pulmonata) in California, with comments on the source location of introduced populations Mc Donnell, R. J.
2010
13 1 p. 61-66
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16 Non-native carp of the genus Cyprinus in Lake Xingyun, China, as revealed by morphology and mitochondrial DNA analysis Yang, Bo
2010
13 1 p. 105-114
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17 Plant-based food resources, trophic interactions among alien species, and the abundance of an invasive ant Helms, Ken R.
2010
13 1 p. 67-79
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18 Recent emergence and worldwide spread of the red tomato spider mite, Tetranychus evansi: genetic variation and multiple cryptic invasions Boubou, Angham
2010
13 1 p. 81-92
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19 Risk assessment models for invasive species: uncertainty in rankings from multi-criteria analysis Benke, Kurt K.
2010
13 1 p. 239-253
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20 Shifting invertebrate zooplanktivores: watershed-level replacement of the native Leptodora by the non-indigenous Bythotrephes in Canadian Shield lakes Weisz, Erika J.
2010
13 1 p. 115-123
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21 Similar biotic factors affect early establishment and abundance of an invasive plant species across spatial scales Souza, Lara
2010
13 1 p. 255-267
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22 The impact of fire, and its potential role in limiting the distribution of Bryophyllum delagoense (Crassulaceae) in southern Africa Witt, A. B. R.
2010
13 1 p. 125-133
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23 The introduction of the bryozoan Zoobotryon verticillatum (Della Chiaje, 1822) in northeast of Brazil: a cause for concern Farrapeira, Cristiane Maria Rocha
2010
13 1 p. 13-16
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24 Throwing the baby out with the bathwater: does laurel forest restoration remove a critical winter food supply for the critically endangered Azores bullfinch? Ceia, Ricardo S.
2010
13 1 p. 93-104
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25 Wide spread invasion without sexual reproduction? A case study on European willows in Patagonia, Argentina Budde, Katharina B.
2010
13 1 p. 45-54
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