Biological Invasions

Papers
(The TQCC of Biological Invasions is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Allelopathy is pervasive in invasive plants84
Are the “100 of the world’s worst” invasive species also the costliest?54
Economic costs of invasive alien ants worldwide50
Managing biological invasions: the cost of inaction47
The rise and fall of an alien: why the successful colonizer Littorina saxatilis failed to invade the Mediterranean Sea41
Plant invasion as an emerging challenge for the conservation of heritage sites: the spread of ornamental trees on ancient monuments in Rome, Italy35
Lake morphometry determines Dreissena invasion dynamics35
Oh the places they’ll go: improving species distribution modelling for invasive forest pests in an uncertain world34
Invasive alien species as simultaneous benefits and burdens: trends, stakeholder perceptions and management33
Differential and interacting impacts of invasive plants and white-tailed deer in eastern U.S. forests31
Citizen science reveals the distribution of the invasive harlequin ladybird (Harmonia axyridis Pallas) in Argentina30
Introduction pathways of economically costly invasive alien species29
Alien fish fauna of southeastern Brazil: species status, introduction pathways, distribution and impacts28
Allelopathic and competitive interactions between native and alien plants28
The second wave of earthworm invasions in North America: biology, environmental impacts, management and control of invasive jumping worms27
Negative impacts of invasive predators used as biological control agents against the pest snail Lissachatina fulica: the snail Euglandina ‘rosea’ and the flatworm Platydemus manokwari25
Assessing changes to ecosystem structure and function following invasion by Spartina alterniflora and Phragmites australis: a meta-analysis25
Non-linear physiological responses to climate change: the case of Ceratitis capitata distribution and abundance in Europe24
Alien plant invasions in Mediterranean habitats: an assessment for Sicily24
The role of disturbance in invasive plant establishment in a changing climate: insights from a drought experiment23
Multiple lionfish (Pterois spp.) new occurrences along the Brazilian coast confirm the invasion pathway into the Southwestern Atlantic22
The New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum): autecology and management of a global invader22
Mediators of invasions in the sea: life history strategies and dispersal vectors facilitating global sea anemone introductions21
Urban sprawl facilitates invasions of exotic plants across multiple spatial scales21
Massive economic costs of biological invasions despite widespread knowledge gaps: a dual setback for India21
Geography, opportunity and bridgeheads facilitate termite invasions to the United States20
Trait positions for elevated invasiveness in adaptive ecological networks19
Lock operations influence upstream passages of invasive and native fishes at a Mississippi River high-head dam19
Impacts of invasive trees on alpha and beta diversity of temperate forest understories19
Breathing space: deoxygenation of aquatic environments can drive differential ecological impacts across biological invasion stages19
Illegal and unmanaged aquaculture, unregulated fisheries and extreme climatic events combine to trigger invasions in a global biodiversity hotspot19
A novel approach to quantifying trophic interaction strengths and impact of invasive species in food webs19
The alien invasive yellow flag (Iris pseudacorus L.) in Argentinian wetlands: assessing geographical distribution through different data sources19
Accelerated invasion of decapod crustaceans in the southernmost point of the Atlantic coast of Europe: A non-natives’ hot spot?18
The dilemma of Guinea grass (Megathyrsus maximus): a valued pasture grass and a highly invasive species18
A review of the impacts of biological invasions in South Africa18
Anthropogenic factors overrule local abiotic variables in determining non-native plant invasions in mountains18
Biological and trophic consequences of genetic introgression between endemic and invasive Barbus fishes18
North American channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus: a neglected but potentially invasive freshwater fish species?18
Biological invasion risk assessment of Tuta absoluta: mechanistic versus correlative methods18
The use of environmental DNA metabarcoding and quantitative PCR for molecular detection of marine invasive non-native species associated with artificial structures17
Surprisingly high economic costs of biological invasions in protected areas17
Pushing the switch: functional responses and prey switching by invasive lionfish may mediate their ecological impact17
Control of invasive ring-necked parakeet (Psittacula krameri) in an island Biosphere Reserve (La Palma, Canary Islands): combining methods and social engagement17
Long-term invasion dynamics of Spartina increase vegetation diversity and geomorphological resistance of salt marshes against sea level rise17
Occurrence of bee viruses and pathogens associated with emerging infectious diseases in native and non-native bumble bees in southern Chile17
The nature of economic costs of biological invasions17
Alien flora in Calabria (Southern Italy): an updated checklist17
The invasive aquatic fern Azolla filiculoides negatively impacts water quality, aquatic vegetation and amphibian larvae in Mediterranean environments16
Detection of Anolis carolinensis using drone images and a deep neural network: an effective tool for controlling invasive species16
The invasive Opuntia ficus-indica homogenizes native plant species compositions in the highlands of Eritrea16
Invasive plants in Brazil: climate change effects and detection of suitable areas within conservation units15
Identifying marine invasion hotspots using stacked species distribution models15
Native and exotic plant species respond differently to ecosystem characteristics at both local and landscape scales15
Invasive alien species records are exponentially rising across the Earth15
Invading parasites: spillover of an alien nematode reduces survival in a native species15
Fruit and seed traits of native and invasive plant species in Hawai‘i: implications for seed dispersal by non-native birds15
Invasive legume affects species and functional composition of mountain meadow plant communities15
Trophic ecology of invasive marbled and spiny-cheek crayfish populations15
Impacts of the invasive plant Carpobrotus edulis on herbivore communities on the Iberian Peninsula15
Pine invasion drives loss of soil fungal diversity15
Comparing methods for predicting the impacts of invasive species15
Empirical evidence on the effects of climate on the viability of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) populations in European lakes14
Dynamics and predicted distribution of an irrupting ‘sleeper’ population: fallow deer in Tasmania14
Testing the efficacy of hyperspectral (AVIRIS-NG), multispectral (Sentinel-2) and radar (Sentinel-1) remote sensing images to detect native and invasive non-native trees14
How removal of cats and rats from an island allowed a native predator to threaten a native bird14
A clue to invasion success: genetic diversity quickly rebounds after introduction bottlenecks14
Naturalised plants transform the composition and function of the New Zealand flora14
Patterns of post-fire invasion of semiarid shrub-steppe reveals a diversity of invasion niches within an exotic annual grass community14
Causes and consequences of Cedrela odorata invasion in West African semi-deciduous tropical forests13
Urban alien plants in temperate oceanic regions of Europe originate from warmer native ranges13
Modelling the damage costs of invasive alien species13
Do alien predators pose a particular risk to duck nests in Northern Europe? Results from an artificial nest experiment13
The alien flora of Sudan and South Sudan: taxonomic and biogeographical composition13
Two decades of data reveal that Biological Invasions needs to increase participation beyond North America, Europe, and Australasia13
Extended leaf phenology has limited benefits for invasive species growing at northern latitudes13
Weeds in the land of Gross National Happiness: Knowing what to manage by creating a baseline alien plant inventory for Bhutan13
Kudzu in Europe: niche conservatism for a highly invasive plant13
When management meets science: adaptive analysis for the optimization of the eradication of the Northern raccoon (Procyon lotor)13
Species composition of introduced and natural minnow populations of the Phoxinus cryptic complex in the westernmost part of the Po River Basin (north Italy)13
Multiple seed dispersal modes of an invasive plant species on coastal dunes13
Global distribution and diversity of alien Ponto-Caspian amphipods13
Lag times and invasion dynamics of established and emerging weeds: insights from herbarium records of Queensland, Australia13
Possible impacts of non-native plant, pathogen, invertebrate and fish taxa on the indigenous ichthyofauna in South African estuaries: a preliminary review12
Network connectivity of Minnesota waterbodies and implications for aquatic invasive species prevention12
Environments, spatial structures, and species competitions: determining the impact of yellow-legged hornets, Vespa velutina, on native wasps and bees on Tsushima Island, Japan12
The relevance of social imaginaries to understand and manage biological invasions in southern Patagonia12
Light pollution affects invasive and native plant traits important to plant competition and herbivorous insects12
Recreational boats routinely transfer organisms and promote marine bioinvasions12
The dos and don’ts for predicting invasion dynamics with species distribution models12
Alien flora of Oman: invasion status, taxonomic composition, habitats, origin, and pathways of introduction12
Shifts in thermal tolerance of the invasive Asian house gecko (Hemidactylus frenatus) across native and introduced ranges12
Predator–prey interactions as key drivers for the invasion success of a potentially neurotoxic sea slug12
Broad-scale detection of environmental DNA for an invasive macrophyte and the relationship between DNA concentration and coverage in rivers12
Highly competitive native aquatic species could suppress the growth of invasive aquatic species with similar traits12
Optimum lionfish yield: a non-traditional management concept for invasive lionfish (Pterois spp.) fisheries12
A global impact assessment of Acacia species introduced to South Africa12
Different refuge types dampen exotic invasion and enhance diversity at the whole ecosystem scale in a heterogeneous river system11
Nile Tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (Teleostei: Cichlidae): a threat to native fishes of Lake Malawi?11
Discovering the Pandora’s box: the invasion of alien flatworms in Italy11
Integrating expert opinion and traditional ecological knowledge in invasive alien species management: Corbicula in Eastern Europe as a model11
Seasonal depth distribution and thermal experience of the non-indigenous round goby Neogobius melanostomus in the Baltic Sea: implications to key trophic relations11
A multidimensional framework to inform stakeholder engagement in the science and management of invasive and pest animal species11
Environmental niche and functional role similarity between invasive and native palms in the Atlantic Forest11
Translational invasion ecology: bridging research and practice to address one of the greatest threats to biodiversity11
Physiochemical responses of Ailanthus altissima under the challenge of Verticillium dahliae: elucidating the decline of one of the world’s worst invasive alien plant species11
Competition between a native and introduced pollinator in unmanaged urban meadows11
Citizen scientists record novel leaf phenology of invasive shrubs in eastern U.S. forests11
Risk screening of the potential invasiveness of non-native aquatic species in Vietnam11
Hotspots of invasive plant abundance are geographically distinct from hotspots of establishment11
Invasion status and impacts of parthenium weed (Parthenium hysterophorus) in West-Central region of Bhutan11
The faunal Ponto-Caspianization of central and western European waterways11
Distribution and potential impacts of non-native Chinese pond mussels Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) in Bavaria, Germany11
Impacts of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) on isotopic niche size and niche overlap among fish species in a mesotrophic lake11
Phytophthora species repeatedly introduced in Northern California through restoration projects can spread into adjacent sites11
Microbial mutualist distribution limits spread of the invasive legume Medicago polymorpha10
Flood dynamics dictate distributions of Elaeagnus angustifolia L. (Russian olive) on a riverine floodplain10
Behavioural, morphological, and life history shifts during invasive spread10
Annual mowing has the potential to reduce the invasion of herbaceous Lupinus polyphyllus10
GIRAE: a generalised approach for linking the total impact of invasion to species' range, abundance and per-unit effects10
Optimizing the location of watercraft inspection stations to slow the spread of aquatic invasive species10
The role of heterogenous environmental conditions in shaping the spatiotemporal distribution of competing Aedes mosquitoes in Panama: implications for the landscape of arboviral disease transmission10
An exotic magnet plant alters pollinator abundance and behavior: a field test with a native mistletoe10
The Jorō spider (Trichonephila clavata) in the southeastern U.S.: an opportunity for research and a call for reasonable journalism10
Identifying, reducing, and communicating uncertainty in community science: a focus on alien species10
Timing and hydrological conditions associated with bigheaded carp movement past navigation dams on the upper Mississippi river10
Native range climate is insufficient to predict anuran invasive potential10
The role of weed seed contamination in grain commodities as propagule pressure10
Disentangling invasions in the sea: molecular analysis of a global polychaete species complex (Annelida: Spionidae: Pseudopolydora paucibranchiata)10
Controlling common carp (Cyprinus carpio): barriers, biological traits, and selective fragmentation10
Landscape composition governs the abundance patterns of native and invasive Columbidae species along an urban–rural gradient and contribute to their partitioning10
Unexpected sensitivity of the highly invasive spider Mermessus trilobatus to soil disturbance in grasslands10
Metabarcoding, direct stomach observation and stable isotope analysis reveal a highly diverse diet for the invasive green crab in Atlantic Patagonia10
Looking at the big picture: worldwide population structure and range expansion of the cosmopolitan pest Ceratitis capitata (Diptera, Tephritidae)10
Landscape-level determinants of the spread and impact of invasive grasses in protected areas10
Plethodontid salamanders show variable disease dynamics in response to Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans chytridiomycosis10
Environmental stress determines the colonization and impact of an endophytic fungus on invasive knotweed10
Rapid spatial expansion and population increase of invasive lionfish (Pterois spp.) observed on natural habitats in the northern Gulf of Mexico10
Fighting on the edge: reproductive effort and population structure of the invasive coral Tubastraea coccinea in its southern Atlantic limit of distribution following control activities10
Pollination and reproduction enhance the invasive potential of an early invader: the case of Lythrum salicaria (purple loosetrife) in South Africa10
Functional segregation of resource-use strategies of native and invasive plants across Mediterranean biome communities10
Public education improves farmers knowledge and management of invasive alien species10
What’s for dinner? Assessing the value of an edible invasive species and outreach actions to promote its consumption10
Invasion and spatial distribution of wild pigs (Sus scrofa L.) in Brazil9
Tracking the early stages of an invasion with biotelemetry: behaviour of round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in Canada’s historic Rideau Canal9
Invasion of an inconspicuous ambrosia beetle and fungus may affect wood decay in Southeastern North America9
When a freshwater invader meets the estuary: the peacock bass and fish assemblages in the São João River, Brazil9
A comparison of the predatory impacts of an invasive and native crab species using a functional response approach9
Uncoupled flowering and fruiting phenology as the strategy of non-native invasive woody species in seasonally dry ecosystems9
Invasion genetics of the Asian hornet Vespa velutina nigrithorax in Southern Europe9
Nitrogen addition, but not pulse frequency, shifts competitive interactions in favor of exotic invasive plant species9
Using native grass seeding and targeted spring grazing to reduce low-level Bromus tectorum invasion on the Colorado Plateau9
Unaided dispersal risk of Magallana gigas into and around the UK: combining particle tracking modelling and environmental suitability scoring9
Competitive trait hierarchies of native communities and invasive propagule pressure consistently predict invasion success during grassland establishment9
Gall size of Dryocosmus kuriphilus limits down-regulation by native parasitoids9
Host-parasite relationships in invasive species: macroecological framework9
Introduced, invaded and forgotten: allopatric and sympatric native snow trout life-histories indicate brown trout invasion effects in the Himalayan hinterlands9
Predation of wildlife by domestic cats in a Neotropical city: a multi-factor issue9
Interactive effects of nutrient availability, fluctuating supply, and plant parasitism on the post-invasion success of Bidens pilosa9
Alien vs. predator: influence of environmental variability and predation on the survival of ascidian recruits of a native and alien species9
Reciprocal interactions between a non-native shrub and the dominant native trees of a high mountain woodland: who benefits?9
Undaria pinnatifida exudates trigger shifts in seawater chemistry and microbial communities from Atlantic Patagonian coasts9
Diet overlap of common and at-risk riverine benthic fishes before and after Round Goby (Neogobius melanostomus) invasion9
Determinants of invasion by single versus multiple plant species in temperate lowland forests9
Genetic and phenotypic displacement of an endemic Barbus complex by invasive European barbel Barbus barbus in central Italy9
Cat got your tongue? The misnomer of ‘community cats’ and its relevance to conservation9
Differences in the colonization success and impact of non-indigenous and other expanding copepod species on the zooplankton of two contrasting estuaries of the Bay of Biscay9
Ontogenetic shift in the trophic role of the invasive killer shrimp Dikerogammarus villosus: a stable isotope study9
Alien flora in a boreal region of European Russia: an example of Kostroma oblast9
Tracing the origins of recent Queensland fruit fly incursions into South Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand9
Increased adaptive phenotypic plasticity in the introduced range in alien weeds under drought and flooding9
Do day and night warming exert different effects on growth and competitive interaction between invasive and native plants?9
Evaluation of the allelopathic effects of leachate from an invasive species (Wedelia triobata) on its own growth and performance and those of a native congener (W. chinensis)9
Non-native fishes in Brazilian freshwaters: identifying biases and gaps in ecological research8
Factors driving historic intercontinental invasions of European pine bark beetles8
The monk parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus) as a potential pest for agriculture in the Mediterranean basin8
Invaders responded more positively to soil biota than native or noninvasive introduced species, consistent with enemy escape8
History, control, epidemiology, ecology, and economy of the invasion of European rabbits in Chile: a comparison with Australia8
Can the enemy release hypothesis explain the success of Rumex (Polygonaceae) species in an introduced range?8
Behavioral responses to numerical differences when two invasive ants meet: the case of Lasius neglectus and Linepithema humile8
Glossy privet (Ligustrum lucidum) invasion decreases Chaco Serrano forest bird diversity but favors its seed dispersers8
Invasion of pumpkinseed Lepomis gibbosus is facilitated by phenotypic plasticity across its invasion gradient8
Multiple introductions and genetic admixture facilitate the successful invasion of Plantago virginica into China8
Density-impact functions for invasive house mouse (Mus musculus) effects on indigenous lizards and invertebrates8
The impacts of invasive trees on the structure and composition of tropical forests show some consistent patterns but many are context dependent8
Non-native earthworms alter the assembly of a meadow plant community8
The invasion history of Elodea canadensis and E. nuttallii (Hydrocharitaceae) in Italy from herbarium accessions, field records and historical literature8
Invasion of Ceratium furcoides in subtropical lakes in Uruguay: Environmental drivers and fish kill record during its bloom8
Introduced marine ecosystem engineer indirectly affects parasitism in native mussel hosts8
Zebra mussel invasion of Texas lakes: estimating dispersal potential via boats8
Impacts of drought and native grass competition on buffelgrass (Pennisetum ciliare)8
Knowledge, reason and emotion: using behavioral theories to understand people’s support for invasive animal management8
Neutral effect of an invasive plant species with specialized flower structure on native pollinator communities8
Comparison of the community composition of aquatic insects between wetlands with and without the presence of Procambarus clarkii: a case study from Japanese wetlands8
The right tree in the right place? A major economic tree species poses major ecological threats8
Phytophthora and vascular plant species distributions along a steep elevation gradient8
Parasite DNA detection in water samples enhances crayfish plague monitoring in asymptomatic invasive populations8
Synergistic use of facebook, online questionnaires and local ecological knowledge to detect and reconstruct the bioinvasion of the Iberian Peninsula by Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 18968
Matching a snail’s pace: successful use of environmental DNA techniques to detect early stages of invasion by the destructive New Zealand mud snail8
Genome size variation in Cactaceae and its relationship with invasiveness and seed traits8
Effects of terrestrial transport corridors and associated landscape context on invasion by forest plants8
Influence of reproductive biology on establishment capacity in introduced Hymenoptera species8
Oil palm and rubber expansion facilitates earthworm invasion in Indonesia8
A science-based policy for managing free-roaming cats8
Is intraspecific variability an advantage in mountain invasions? Comparing functional trait variation in an invasive and a native woody species along multiple environmental gradients8
Hidden invasion and niche contraction revealed by herbaria specimens in the fungal complex causing oak powdery mildew in Europe8
The role of invasive tunicates as reservoirs of molluscan pathogens8
Changes in native and introduced host–parasite networks8
Perils of brown trout (Salmo spp.) mitigation-driven translocations: a case study from the Vlasina Plateau, Southeast Serbia7
The invasive herb Lupinus polyphyllus can reduce plant species richness independently of local invasion age7
Oystershell scale: an emerging invasive threat to aspen in the southwestern US7
Invasive bumble bee disrupts a pollination mutualism over space and time7
Severe introduced predator impacts despite attempted functional eradication7
Socio-ecological mapping generates public understanding of wilding conifer incursion7
Risks of giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) range increase in North America7
Taxonomic shortcuts lead to long delays in species discovery, delineation, and identification7
Provenance and genetic diversity of the non-native geckos Phelsuma grandis Gray 1870 and Gekko gecko (Linnaeus 1758) in southern Florida, USA7
Quantifying the potential impact of alien plants of Iran using the Generic Impact Scoring System (GISS) and Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT)7
Outreach increases detections of an invasive species in a crowdsourced monitoring program7
Physiological and transcriptomic responses of Mikania micrantha stem to shading yield novel insights into its invasiveness7
Integrating across knowledge systems to drive action on chronic biological invasions7
Multidimensional niche differentiation might buffer invasion impacts: the case of oligohaline corophiids (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the Baltic Sea7
Non-native prey species supporting fish assemblage biomass in a Neotropical reservoir7
Remotely sensed plant traits can provide insights into ecosystem impacts of plant invasions: a case study covering two functionally different invaders7
Alien birds in Argentina: pathways, characteristics and ecological roles7
Origin of the green iguana (Iguana iguana) invasion in the greater Caribbean Region and Fiji7
Boat ramps facilitate the dispersal of the highly invasive zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha)7
Establishment of invasive Black Carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus) in the Mississippi River basin: identifying sources and year classes contributing to recruitment7
First test for eradication of beavers (Castor canadensis) in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina7
Global marine biosecurity and ship lay-ups: intensifying effects of trade disruptions7
Altitudinal distribution of the entire invasive small mammal guild in the eastern dryland zone of New Zealand’s Southern Alps7
Survival of an Extinct in the Wild skink from Christmas Island is reduced by an invasive centipede: implications for future reintroductions7
Invasion of the dinoflagellate Ceratium furcoides (Levander) Langhans 1925 in South America: record of the pattern of expansion and persistence in tropical reservoirs in Northeastern Brazil7
Reducing nutrient availability and enhancing biotic resistance limits settlement and growth of the invasive Australian swamp stonecrop (Crassula helmsii)7
Behavioral response of juvenile silver and bighead carp to conspecific and heterospecific alarm cues7
Challenges in eDNA detection of the invasive European green crab, Carcinus maenas7
Last snail standing? superior thermal resilience of an alien tropical intertidal gastropod over natives in an ocean-warming hotspot7
Utilizing environmental DNA for wide-range distributions of reproductive area of an invasive terrestrial toad in Ishikari river basin in Japan7
Environmental factors regulate occupancy of free-ranging dogs on a sub-Antarctic island, Chile7
Molecular analysis reveals multiple native and alien Phoxinus species (Leusciscidae) in the Netherlands and Belgium7
Climatic drivers and ecological impacts of a rapid range expansion by non-native smallmouth bass7
The bioeconomic paradox of market-based invasive species harvest: a case study of the commercial lionfish fishery7
Global invasion history and native decline of the common starling: insights through genetics7
Introduced populations of the garden lupine are adapted to local generalist snails but have lost alkaloid diversity7
Hybrid watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum × Myriophyllum sibiricum) exhibits traits associated with greater invasiveness than its introduced and native parental taxa7
The value of dump sites for monitoring biological invasions in South Africa7
The enemy release hypothesis and Callosciurus erythraeus in Argentina: combining community and biogeographical parasitological studies7
Recent massive invasions of the circumboreal sea anemone Metridium senile in North and South Patagonia7
Nonnative invasive species are overlooked in biological integrity assessments7
Prevalence of maternally-inherited bacteria in native and invasive populations of the harlequin ladybird beetle Harmonia axyridis7
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