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2018-11-13Biodiversity assessments: origin matters.Anibal, Pauchard; Meyerson, Laura A.; Bacher, Sven; Blackburn, Tim M.; Brundu, Giuseppe; Cadotte, Marc W.; Courchamp, Franck; Essl, Franz; Genovesi, Piero; Haider, Sylvia; Holmes, Nick D.; Hulme, Philip E.; Jeschke, Jonathan M.; Lockwood, Julie L.; Novoa (SANBI), Ana; Nuñez, Martin A.; Peltzer, Duane A.; Pyšek, Petr; Richardson, David M.; Simberloff, Daniel; Smith, Kevin; van Wilgen, Brian W.; Vilà, Montserrat; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.; Winter, Marten; Zenni, Rafael D.
2013Different Traits Determine Introduction, Naturalization and Invasion Success In Woody Plants: Proteaceae as a Test CaseMoodley (SANBI), Desika; Geerts (SANBI), Sjirk; Richardson, David M.; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.
2018-06-26Even well-studied groups of alien species might be poorly inventoried: Australian Acacia species in South Africa as a case studyMagona (SANBI), Nkoliso; Richardson, David M.; Le Roux, Johannes J.; Kritzinger-Klopper, Suzaan; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.
2019-10-16Global actions for managing cactus invasionsNovoa (SANBI), Ana; Brundu, Giuseppe; Day, Michael D.; Deltoro, Vicente; Essl, Franz; Foxcroft, Llewellyn C.; Fried, Guillaume; Kaplan (SANBI), Haylee; Kumschick (SANBI), Sabrina; Lloyd, Sandy; Marchante, Elizabete; Marchante, Hélia; Paterson, Iain D.; Pyšek, Petr; Richardson, David M.; Witt, Arne; Zimmermann, Helmuth G.; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.
2017-10-30How do invasive species travel to and through urban environments?Padayachee (SANBI), Ashlyn L.; Irlich, Ulrike M.; Faulkner, Katelyn T.; Gaertner, Mirijam; Proches, Serban; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.; Rouget, Mathieu
2018-11-01Indicators for monitoring biological invasions at a national levelWilson (SANBI), John R. U.; Faulkner (SANBI), Katelyn T.; Rahlao (SANBI), Sebataolo J.; Richardson, David M.; Zengeya (SANBI), Tsungai A.; van Wilgen, Brian W.
2013-01-08A new national unit for invasive species detection, assessment and eradication planningWilson (SANBI), John R. U.; Ivey (SANBI), Phillip; Manyama (SANBI), Phetole; Nänni, Ingrid
2017-10-24Non-native species in urban environments: patterns, processes, impacts and challengesGaertner, Mirijam; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.; Cadotte, Marc W.; MacIvor, J. Scott; Zenni, Rafael D.; Richardson, David M.
2017-03Quantifying errors and omissions in alien species lists: The introduction status of Melaleuca species in South Africa as a case studyJacobs, Llewellyn E. O.; Richardson, David M.; Lepschi, Brendan J.; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.
2014A simple, rapid methodology for developing invasive species watch listsFaulkner (SANBI), Katelyn T.; Robertson, Mark P.; Rouget, Mathieu; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.
2017-10-25Small urban centres as launching sites for plant invasions in natural areas: insights from South AfricaMcLean (SANBI), Phil; Gallien, Laure; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.; Gaertner, Mirijam; David M., Richardson
2019-01-01Tall-statured grasses: a useful functional group for invasion science.Canavan (SANBI), Susan; Meyerson, Laura A.; Packer, Jasmin G.; Pyšek, Petr; Maurel, Noëlie; Lozano, Vanessa; Richardson, David M.; Brundu, Giuseppe; Canavan, Kim; Cicatelli, Angela; Čuda, Jan; Dawson, Wayne; Essl, Franz; Guarino, Francesco; Guo, Wen-Yong; van Kleunen, Mark; Kreft, Holger; Lambertini, Carla; Pergl, Jan; Skálová, Hana; Soreng, Robert J.; Visser, Vernon; Vorontsova, Maria S.; Weigelt, Patrick; Winter, Marten; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.
2020-07-28A workflow for standardising and integrating alien species distribution dataSeebens, Hanno; Clarke, David A.; Groom, Quentin; Wilson (SANBI), John R. U.; García-Berthou, Emili; Kühn, Ingolf; Roigé, Mariona; Pagad, Shyama; Essl, Franz; Vicente, Joana; Winter, Marten; McGeoch, Melodie