Accepted articles (2021)

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Research articles in press

 
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James E. Whitney, Joshua A. Holloway, Jake T. Wright, Kali L. Boroughs, Robin E. Goodreau, Ashton L. McManis, Adam B. Pistorius, Deaundre K. Puritty, Michael A. Ramirez and Rachel A. Styers
Assessing the invasion history and contemporary diet of nonnative redear sunfish (Lepomis microlophus Günther, 1859) in an ecotonal riverscape (in press)

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Charles A. Drost, Jeffrey E. Lovich, Philip C. Rosen, Matthew Malone and Steven D. Garber
Non-native pond sliders cause long-term decline of native Sonora mud turtles: a 33-year before-after study in an undisturbed natural environment (in press)

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Catherine Kilroy, Amy L. Whitehead, Susanna A. Wood, Marcus J. Vandergoes, Paul Lambert and Phil M. Novis
Predicting the potential distribution of the invasive freshwater diatom Lindavia intermedia in New Zealand lakes (in press)

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Pamela J. Schofield, Quenton M. Tuckett, Daniel H. Slone, Kristen M. Reaver and Jeffrey E. Hill
Invasion frustration: can biotic resistance explain the small geographic range of non-native croaking gourami Trichopsis vittata (Cuvier, 1831) in Florida, USA? (in press)

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Agar Montes, Elsa Vázquez, Laura G. Peteiro and Celia Olabarria
Dynamics and processes influencing recruitment of the invasive mussel Xenostrobus securis and the coexisting indigenous Mytilus galloprovincialis in north-western Spain(in press)

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Last update: 19 April 2021