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1 A risk assessment for managing non-native parasites Williams, Chris F.
2012
15 6 p. 1273-1286
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2 Big changes to a small bay: introduced species and long-term compositional shifts to the fouling community of Morro Bay (CA) Needles, Lisa A.
2012
15 6 p. 1231-1251
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3 Comparison of phototrophic shell-degrading endoliths in invasive and native populations of the intertidal mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis Marquet, Nathalie
2012
15 6 p. 1253-1272
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4 Cytogeography of Oxalis pes-caprae in its native range: where are the pentaploids? Krejčíková, Jana
2012
15 6 p. 1189-1194
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5 Ecological implications of invasive tunicates associated with artificial structures in Puget Sound, Washington, USA Cordell, Jeffery R.
2012
15 6 p. 1303-1318
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6 Fluctuating salinity improves survival of the invasive freshwater golden mussel at high salinity: implications for the introduction of aquatic species through estuarine ports Sylvester, Francisco
2012
15 6 p. 1355-1366
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7 Intercontinental dispersal of Typha angustifolia and T. latifolia between Europe and North America has implications for Typha invasions Ciotir, Claudia
2012
15 6 p. 1377-1390
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8 Invasive zebra mussels (Driessena polymorpha) and Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea) survive gut passage of migratory fish species: implications for dispersal Gatlin, Michael R.
2012
15 6 p. 1195-1200
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9 Narrow phylogeographic origin of five introduced populations of the Siberian chipmunk Tamias (Eutamias) sibiricus (Laxmann, 1769) (Rodentia: Sciuridae) established in France Pisanu, B.
2012
15 6 p. 1201-1207
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10 Origins and distribution of invasive Rubus fruticosus L. agg. (Rosaceae) clones in the Western United States Clark, Lindsay V.
2012
15 6 p. 1331-1342
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11 Plant invasiveness is not linked to the capacity of regeneration from small fragments: an experimental test with 39 stoloniferous species Song, Yao-Bin
2012
15 6 p. 1367-1376
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12 Predicting Microstegium vimineum invasion in natural plant communities of the southern Blue Ridge Mountains, USA Anderson, Dean P.
2012
15 6 p. 1217-1230
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13 Reconstructing the history of introduction and spread of the invasive species, Lantana, at three spatial scales in India Kannan, Ramesh
2012
15 6 p. 1287-1302
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14 Replacement of estuarine communities by an exotic shrub: distribution and invasion history of Baccharis halimifolia in Europe Caño, L.
2012
15 6 p. 1183-1188
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15 Response to soil biota by native, introduced non-pest, and pest grass species: is responsiveness a mechanism for invasion? Bennett, Alison E.
2012
15 6 p. 1343-1353
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16 Something in the water: biosecurity monitoring of ornamental fish imports using environmental DNA Collins, Rupert A.
2012
15 6 p. 1209-1215
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17 Testing the Australian Weed Risk Assessment with different estimates for invasiveness Speek, T. A. A.
2012
15 6 p. 1319-1330
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18 The effects of an invasive habitat modifier on the biotic interactions between two native herbivorous species and benthic habitat in a subtidal rocky reef ecosystem Strain, Elisabeth M. A.
2012
15 6 p. 1391-1405
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