Tetramorium tsushimae, a new invasive ant in North America
The influence of abiotic factors and temporal variation on local invasion patterns of the argentine ant (Linepithema humile)
Predatory potential of freshwater animals on an invasive agricultural pest, the apple snail Pomacea canaliculata (Gastropoda
Prevalence of Different Horticultural Taxa of Ivy (Hedera spp., Araliaceae) in Invading Populations
Bryophyte mats inhibit germination of non-native species in burnt temperate native grassland remnants
When landscaping goes bad
The impact of the weed Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. rotundata on coastal leaf litter invertebrates
Spatial prediction of invasion success across heterogeneous landscapes using an individual-based model
Can we infer island introduction and naturalization rates from inventory data? Evidence from introduced plants in Galapagos
Two invasive plants alter soil microbial community composition in serpentine grasslands
Facilitation and inhibition of seedlings of an invasive tree (Acer platanoides) by different tree species in a mountain ecosystem
Boats, pathways, and aquatic biological invasions
Biomechanical plasticity facilitates invasion of maritime forests in the southern USA by Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius)
Comparative population dynamics of an invading species in its native and novel ranges
Quantifying uncertainty in predictions of invasiveness
Host plant and biotype density interactions – their role in the establishment of the invasive B biotype of Bemisia tabaci
Biological invasions in Austria
Modeling the increase and control of Caulerpa taxifolia, an invasive marine macroalga
Invasive plant and experimental venue affect tadpole performance
Adaptive multi-scale sampling to determine an invasive crab's habitat usage and range in New Zealand
Species-rich scandinavian grasslands are inherently open to invasion
Allee effects, propagule pressure and the probability of establishment
Popularity and propagule pressure
The Ants of the Juan Fernández Islands
Invasive Species:Vectors and Management Strategies. By Gregory M. Ruiz and James T. Carlton, 2003, 518 pp, Island Press, Washington, DC, US$40.00, ISBN 1-55963-903-4 (pbk.alk.paper) (acid-free).
The Fire Ant Wars. By Joshua Blu Buhs, 2004, 216 pp, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, US$22.50, ISBN 0-226-07982-1.
A Plague of Rats and Rubbervines: The Growing Threat of Species Invasions. By Yvonne Baskin, 2002, 377 pp, Island Press, Washington, DC, US$25.00, ISBN 1-55963-876-1 (cloth).
Michel Pascal, Olivier Lorvelec & Jean-Denis Vigne, Holocene turnover of the French vertebrate fauna. Biological Invasions (2005) 7: 99–106