Introduction
Integrating the Study of Non-native Plant Invasions across Spatial Scales
Correlated Non-native Species Richness of Birds, Mammals, Herptiles and Plants: Scale Effects of Area, Human Population and Native Plants
Species Richness and Patterns of Invasion in Plants, Birds, and Fishes in the United States*
Life in a Double-Hotspot: The Transformation of Hawaiian Passerine Bird Diversity following Invasion and Extinction
Biological Invasions Across Spatial Scales: Intercontinental, Regional, and Local Dispersal of Cladoceran Zooplankton
Patterns and Pathways in the Post-Establishment Spread of Non-Indigenous Aquatic Species: The Slowing Invasion of North American Inland Lakes by the Zebra Mussel
Predictors of Introduction Success in the South Florida Avifauna
Linking Temporal and Spatial Scales in the Study of an Argentine Ant Invasion
Spatial Segregation of Congeneric Invaders in Central Pennsylvania, USA
Searching for a Needle in a Haystack: Evaluating Survey Methods for Non-indigenous Plant Species
Genetic Analysis of Invasive Plant Populations at Different Spatial Scales