A range of research exists on specific elements of invasive non-native species. A bibliography of research papers we know of is below. If there is anything you believe should be included please feel free to contact us.
Experimental evidence of impacts of an invasive parakeet on foraging behaviour of native birds Journal Article
Behavioural Ecology, (25(3), 582-590), 2014.
Niche differentiation among invasive crayfish and their impacts on ecosystem structure and functioning Journal Article
Freshwater Biology, (doi: 10.1111/fwb. 12333), 2014.
Predicting the risk of introduction and establishment of an exotic aquarium animal in Europe: insights from one decade of Marmorkrebs (Crustacea, Astacida, Cambaridea) releases Journal Article
Management of Biological Invasions, (v.5 i.4: 309-318), 2014.
Alien amphibians and reptile species in the UK Journal Article
Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 2014.
Invasive crayfish as drivers of fine sediment dynamics in rivers: field and laboratory evidence Journal Article
Earth Surface Processes & Landforms, (doi:10.1002/esp.3486), 2013.
The indirect impacts of bioturbation by red swamp crayfish, procambarus clarkii PhD Thesis
Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans sp. Nov. causes lethal chytridiomycosis in amphibians Journal Article
PNAS, (vol. 110 no. 28 / 15325-15329), 2013.
Invasion: the trail behind, then path ahead, and a test of a disturbing idea Journal Article
Journal of Ecology, (100, 116-127), 2012.
Leaves and eats shoots': direct terrestrial feeding can supplement invasive red swamp crayfish in times of need Journal Article
PLoS ONE, (V7, i8, e42575), 2012.
Population-level metrics of trophic structure based on stable isotopes and their application to invasion ecology Journal Article
PLoS ONE, (V3, i2, e31757), 2012.
Waves of invaders: interactions among invasive species and their impacts on ecosystem structure and functioning PhD Thesis
Consequences for lotic ecosystems of invasion by signal crayfish PhD Thesis
Accelerating rate of freshwater invasions in the catchment of the River Thames Journal Article
Bio Invasions , (DOI 10.1007/s10530-012-0343-5), 2012.
Declines in Woodland Salamander Abundances Associated with Non-native earthworm and plant invasions Journal Article
Conservation Biology, (23: 4, 975-981), 2009.
The role of amphibians antimicrobial peptides in protection of amphibians from pathogens linked to global amphibian declines Journal Article
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1788, (1593-1599), 2009.
Amphibian ecology and conservation in the urbanising world: A review Journal Article
Biological Conservation, (2432-2449), 2008.
Habitat alteration increases invasive fire ant abundance to the detriment of amphibians and reptiles Journal Article
Biological Invasions, (10: 539-546), 2008.
Diversity of native and exotic birds across an urban gradient in a New Zealand city Journal Article
Landscape and Urban Planning , (87: 223-232), 2008.
Tobnose goby Proterorhinus (Pallas, 1814) has joined three other Ponto-Caspian gobies in the Vistula River (Poland) Journal Article
Aquatic Invasions, (v. 3 i.2: 261-265), 2008.
Invasive plant and experimental venue affect tadpole performance Journal Article
Biological Invasions, (8: 327-338), 2006.
Neglected native or undesirable alien? Resolution of a conservation dilemma concerning the pool frog Rana lessonae Journal Article
Biodiversity and Conservation, (14: 1607-1626), 2005.
Effects of urbanisation on the distribution and abundance of amphibians and invasive species in southern California streams Journal Article
Conservation Biology , (1894-1907), 2005.
Can secondary compounds of an invasive plant affect larval amphibians? Journal Article
Functional Ecology, (19, 970-975), 2005.
Green frogs show reduced foraging success in habitats invaded by Japanese knotweed Journal Article
Biodiversity and Conservation, (14:2901-2911), 2005.
Predation of wildlife by domestic cats Felis catus in Great Britain Journal Article
Mammal Rev., (V,33:174-188), 2003.
Activity of antimicrobial skin peptides from ranid frogs against Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, the chytrid fungus associated with global amphibian declines Journal Article
Developmental and Comparative Immunology, (26: 471- 479), 2002.
Ludwigia x kentiana E.J. Clement: a new hybrid aquatic Journal Article
Watsonia, (23: 167-172), 2000.
An Australian species of Crassula introduced into Britain Journal Article
Watsonia, (5:02), 1961.