130 publications in "Invasive alien species"

Will climate change promote future invasions?

Bellard, C. et al.

Evaluating the combined threat of climate change and biological invasions on endangered species

Gallardo, B., Aldridge, D.

Epilobium brachycarpum: a fast-spreading neophyte in Germany

Gregor, T. et al.

Antarctic Crabs: Invasion or Endurance?

Griffiths, H. et al.

Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidu, the causal agent of European ash dieback

Gross, A. et al.

Applying distribution model projections for an uncertain future: the case of the Pacific oyster in UK waters

Jones, M. et al.

How many marine aliens in Europe?

Katsanevakis, S. et al.

The Biology of Invasive Alien Plants in Canada. 12. Pueraria montana var. lobata (Willd.) Sanjappa & Predeep

Lindgren, C. et al.

The 100th of the world’s worst invasive alien species

Luque, G. et al.

Risk of invasion by frequently traded freshwater turtles

Masin, S. et al.

A greener Greenland? Climatic potential and long-term constraints on future expansions of trees and shrubs.

Normand, S. et al.

Niche conservatism and the potential for the crayfish Procambarus clarkii to invade South America

Palaoro, A. et al.

Biogeography and ecology of Rhizodomus tagatzi, a presumptive invasive tintinnid ciliate

Sacca, A., Giuffre, G.

Predicting the distribution of a novel bark beetle and its pine hosts under future climate conditions

Smith, S. et al.

Bromus tectorum invasion in South America: Patagonia under threat?

Speziale, K. et al.

Pest occurrence model in current climate – validation study for European domain

Svobodová, E. et al.

EASIN-Lit: a geo-database of published alien species records

Trombetti, M. et al.

Potential Distribution and Risk Assessment of an Invasive Plant Species: A Case Study of Hymenachne amplexicaulis in Australia

Wearne, L. et al.

Invasive species distribution models - how violating the equilibrium assumption can create new insights

Gallien, L. et al.

Potential Distribution of the American Bullfrog (Lithobates Catesbeianus) in Ecuador

Iñiguez, C., Morejón, F.

Using avatar species to model the potential distribution of emerging invaders

Larson, E., Olden, J.

Investigating the evolution of Lantaneae (Verbenaceae) using multiple loci

Lu-Irving, P., Olmstead, R.

Geographic Spread of Gnamptogenys triangularis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ectatomminae)

MacGown, J., Wetterer, J.

Geographic spread of Pyramica hexamera

MacGown, J., Wetterer, J.

Modelling the Geographical Range of a Species with Variable Life-History

Macfadyen, S., Kriticos, D.

Invasion hotspots for non-native plants in Australia under current and future climates

O'Donnell, J. et al.

Climate Change and the Potential Distribution of an Invasive Shrub, Lantana camara L

Taylor, S. et al.

Sensitivity Analysis of CLIMEX Parameters in Modelling Potential Distribution of Lantana camara L.

Taylor, S., Kumar, L.

Humans introduce viable seeds to the Arctic on footwear

Ware, C. et al.

Worldwide spread of Cerapachys biroi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Cerapachyinae)

Wetterer, J. et al.

Projecting the potential invasion of the Pink Spotted Hawkmoth (Agrius cingulata) across Africa

Ballesteros-Mejia, L. et al.

The Global Spread of the Chinese Mitten Crab Eriocheir sinensis

Bentley, M.

Using Expert Knowledge to Satisfy Data Needs: Mapping Invasive Plant Distributions in the Western United States

Bradley, B., Marvin, D.

Assessing the environmental requirements of invaders using ensembles of distribution models

Capinha, C., Anasta, P.

Potential distribution and environmental threat of Pueraria lobata

Follak, S.

First report of Coniella granati causing pomegranate fruit rot in Israel

Levy, E. et al.

thymeleaf speedwell Veronica serpyllifolia L . ssp . serpyllifolia

Nawrocki, T.

American bullfrog invasion in Argentina: where should we take urgent measures?

Nori, J. et al.

Climate Change and American Bullfrog Invasion: What Could We Expect in South America?

Nori, J. et al.

Human-mediated introductions of Australian acacias - a global experiment in biogeography

Richardson, D. et al.

Invasive forbs differ functionally from native graminoids, but are similar to native forbs

Scharfy, D. et al.

The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 149. Rumex acetosella L.

Stopps, G. et al.

Risk assessment for New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) in Canada

Therriault, T. et al.

Ecological niche modelling of an invasive alien plant and its potential biological control agents

Trethowan, P. et al.

Worldwide Spread of Pheidole teneriffana (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

Wetterer, J.

Species distribution models for the alien invasive Asian Harlequin ladybird (Harmonia axyridis)

Bidinger, K. et al.

Diversity, extinction risk and conservation of Malaysian fishes.

Chong, V. et al.

Psilolechia clavulifera , a Lichen Species New to Canada

Lewis, C.

Invasion pattern of Eupatorium adenophorum Spreng in southern China

Sang, W. et al.

Spread of alien invasive Impatiens balfourii in Europe and its temperature, light and soil moisture demands

Schmitz, U., Dericks, G.

First records of Zaprionus indianus (Diptera: Drosophilidae) from the Basra governorate in Iraq

T'oma, A. et al.

Worlwide spread of the tropical fire ant, Solenopsis geminata (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

Wetterer, J.

The Invasive Buddleja davidii (Butterfly Bush)

Tallent-Halsell, N., Watt, M.

Regional assessment of plant invasions across different habitat types

Montserrat, V. et al.