Long overdue list of recently published journal articles about invasive species:
- "Invasive range expansion by the Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas, in the eastern North Pacific" by Louis D. Zeidberg, and Bruce H. Robison. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104(31), pp. 12498-12950. (Weird, is that a typo of Zoidberg?)
- "Reduced plant–soil feedback of plant species expanding their range as compared to natives" by ROY H. A. VAN GRUNSVEN, WIM H. VAN DER PUTTEN, T. MARTIJN BEZEMER, WIL L. M. TAMIS, FRANK BERENDSE, ELMAR M. VEENENDAAL. Journal of Ecology. 95(5), pp. 1050-1057. (Just one of several interesting articles in that volume's Invasion Ecology section!)
- "Invasive plants and their ecological strategies: prediction and explanation of woody plant invasion in New England" by Patrick M. Herron, Christopher T. Martine, Andrew M. Latimer, Stacey A. Leicht-Young. Diversity and Distributions. 13(5), pp. 633-644. (In yet another invasives-filled issue!)
- "Abundance, species richness and feeding preferences of introduced molluscs in native grasslands of Victoria, Australia" by KELLY D. HOLLAND, MARK J. MCDONNELL, NICHOLAS S. G. WILLIAMS. Austral Ecology. 32(6), pp. 626-634.
- " Productivity alters the scale dependence of the diversity-invasibility relationship." by Kendi F. Davies, Susan Harrison, Hugh D. Safford, Joshua H. Viers. Ecology. 88(8), pp. 1940-1947. (California grasslands)
- "Dissecting the evolutionary impacts of plant invasions: bugs and beetles as native guides" by SCOTT P. CARROLL, CHARLES W. FOX. Global Change Biology. 13(8), pp. 1644–1657.
- "Disturbance, invasion and re-invasion: managing the weed-shaped hole in disturbed ecosystems" by Yvonne M. Buckley, Benjamin M. Bolker, Mark Rees. Ecology Letters. 10(9), pp. 809-817.
- Also, be sure to check out 22(9) of Trends in Ecology & Evolution, which has a special Focus on Biological Invasions. Too many interesting review articles to list them all here!