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Predicting regional spread of non-native species using oceanographic models: validation and identification of gapsDELANEY, David G; EDWARDS, Paul K; LEUNG, Brian et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2012, Vol 159, Num 2, pp 269-282, issn 0025-3162, 14 p.Article

Reciprocally beneficial interactions between introduced plants and ants are induced by the presence of a third introduced speciesNESS, J. H; MORALES, M. A; KENISON, E et al.Oikos (København). 2013, Vol 122, Num 5, pp 695-704, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

Predicting the interactions between ecologically equivalent indigenous and nonindigenous brachyuransBREEN, Erin; METAXAS, Anna.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2012, Vol 69, Num 5, pp 983-995, issn 0706-652X, 13 p.Article

Limits to the niche and range margins of alien speciesALEXANDER, Jake M; EDWARDS, Peter J.Oikos (København). 2010, Vol 119, Num 9, pp 1377-1386, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

Do vigour of introduced populations and escape from specialist herbivores contribute to invasiveness?STASTNY, Michael; SCHAFFNER, Urs; ELLE, Elizabeth et al.Journal of Ecology. 2005, Vol 93, Num 1, pp 27-37, issn 0022-0477, 11 p.Article

The naturalized flora of SingaporeCORLETT, R. T.Journal of biogeography. 1988, Vol 15, Num 4, pp 657-663, issn 0305-0270Article

On the 'invasiveness' of non-native bird speciesBAUER, Hans-Günther; WOOG, Friederike.Ibis (London. 1859). 2011, Vol 153, Num 1, pp 204-206, issn 0019-1019, 3 p.Article

Managing non-native species: don't wait until their impacts are provenEDELAAR, Pim; TELLA, José L.Ibis (London. 1859). 2012, Vol 154, Num 3, pp 635-637, issn 0019-1019, 3 p.Article

Effort and potential efficiencies for aquatic non-native species early detectionHOFFMAN, Joel C; KELLY, John R; TREBITZ, Anett S et al.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2011, Vol 68, Num 12, pp 2064-2079, issn 0706-652X, 16 p.Article

Local vs regional factors as determinants of the invasibility of indigenous forest fragments by alien plant speciesOHLEMÜLLER, Ralf; WALKER, Susan; WILSON, J. Bastow et al.Oikos. 2006, Vol 112, Num 3, pp 493-501, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

A conceptual framework for comparing species assemblages in native and exotic habitatsSAX, Dov F; KINLAN, Brian P; SMITH, Katherine F et al.Oikos. 2005, Vol 108, Num 3, pp 457-464, issn 0030-1299, 8 p.Article

Résultats de l'introduction de Metasequoia (Metasequoia glyptostroboides Hu et Cheng) en BulgarieGorskostopanska nauka. 1987, Vol 24, Num 3, pp 33-42, issn 0017-2286Article

Nonindigenous biota on artificial structures : could habitat creation facilitate biological invasions?GLASBY, Tim M; CONNELL, Sean D; HOLLOWAY, Michael G et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2007, Vol 151, Num 3, pp 887-895, issn 0025-3162, 9 p.Article

A biogeographical approach to plant invasions: the importance of studying exotics in their introduced and native rangeHIERRO, José L; MARON, John L; CALLAWAY, Ragan M et al.Journal of Ecology. 2005, Vol 93, Num 1, pp 5-15, issn 0022-0477, 11 p.Article

Accounting for uncertainty in colonisation times: a novel approach to modelling the spatio-temporal dynamics of alien invasions using distribution dataCATTERALL, Stephen; COOK, Alex R; MARION, Glenn et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 10, pp 901-911, issn 0906-7590, 11 p.Article

CHANGING COASTS: MARINE ALIENS AND ARTIFICIAL STRUCTURESMINEUR, Frédéric; COOK, Elizabeth J; MINCHIN, Dan et al.Oceanography and marine biology. 2012, Vol 50, pp 189-234, issn 0078-3218, 46 p.Article

How an introduced seaweed can affect epibiota diversity in diffèrent coastal systemsBUSCHBAUM, Christian; CHAPMAN, Annelise S; SAIER, Bettina et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2006, Vol 148, Num 4, pp 743-754, issn 0025-3162, 12 p.Article

Nonindigenous species: Ecological explanation, environmental ethics, and public policy : Population biology of invasive speciesLODGE, David M; SHRADER-FRECHETTE, Kristin.Conservation biology. 2003, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 31-37, issn 0888-8892, 7 p.Article

Rapid morphological divergence of introduced red-whiskered Bulbuls Pycnonotus jocosus in contrasting environmentsAMIOT, Christophe; LORVELEC, Olivier; MANDON-DALGER, Isabelle et al.Ibis (London. 1859). 2007, Vol 149, Num 3, pp 482-489, issn 0019-1019, 8 p.Article

Recovering Native Culture in a World of Non-native SpeciesSPEZIALE, Karina L; LAMBERTUCCI, Sergio A; SOUTO, Cintia P et al.Conservation biology. 2014, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 1129-1131, issn 0888-8892, 3 p.Article

Transgenerational effects of anadromy on juvenile growth traits in an introduced population of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)LIBEROFF, Ana Laura; MILLER, Jessica Adele; RIVA-ROSSI, Carla Marcela et al.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2014, Vol 71, Num 3, pp 398-407, issn 0706-652X, 10 p.Article

Telling a different story: a global assessment of bryophyte invasionsESSL, Franz; STEINBAUER, Klaus; DULLINGER, Stefan et al.Biological invasions. 2013, Vol 15, Num 9, pp 1933-1946, issn 1387-3547, 14 p.Article

Do biodiversity and human impact influence the introduction or establishment of alien mammals?JESCHKE, Jonathan M; GENOVESI, Piero.Oikos (København). 2011, Vol 120, Num 1, pp 57-64, issn 0030-1299, 8 p.Article

Endemism Predicts Intrinsic Vulnerability to Nonindigenous Species on IslandsBERGLUND, Helena; JÄREMO, Johannes; BENGTSSON, Göran et al.The American naturalist. 2009, Vol 174, Num 1, pp 94-101, issn 0003-0147, 8 p.Article

Aquaculture et espèces introduites : exemple de la domestication ex situ des tilapias = Aquaculture and exotic species: An example of ex situ domestication of tilapiasLAZARD, Jérome.Agricultures (Montrouge). 2007, Vol 16, Num 2, pp 123-124, issn 1166-7699, 2 p.Conference Paper

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