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2010The distribution of invasive Pennisetum setaceum along roadsides in western South Africa: the role of corridor interchanges.Rahlao, S J; Milton, S J; Esler, K J; Barnard, P
2010Evidence of recent and continuous speciation in a biodiversity hotspot: a population genetic approach in southern African gladioli (Gladiolus; Iridaceae).Rymer, P D; Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Powell, M; Savolainen, V
2010Using scale-area curves to quantify the distribution, abundance and range expansion of invasive species.Veldtman, R; Chown, S L; Mcgeogh, M A
2011Molecular phylogenetics of Hypoxidaceae—evidence from plastid DNA data and inferences on morphology and biogeography.Kocyan, A; Snijman, D A; Forest, F; Devey, D S; Freudenstein, J V; Wiland-Szyman´ska, J; Chase, M W; Rudall, P J
2011Macro-ecology meets invasion ecology: linking native distribution of Australian acacias to invasiveness.Hui, C; Richardson, D M; Robertson, M P; Wilson, J R U; Yates, C Y
2011Agavaceae. Furcraea foetida: an invading alien in South Africa.Crouch (SANBI), N.R.; Smith (SANBI), G.F.
2011Human-mediated introductions of Australian acacias—a global experiment in biogeography.Richardson, D M; Carruthers, J; Hui, C; Impson, F A C; Miller, J T; Robertson, M P; Rouget, M; Le Roux, J J; Wilson, J R U
2011First phylogenetic and biogeographical study of the southern bluebells (Wahlenbergia, Campanulaceae).Prebble, J M; Cupido, C N; Meudt, H M; Garnock-Jones, P J
2012A physiological analogy of the niche for projecting the potential distribution of plants.Higgins, S I; O’Hara, R B; Bykova, O; Cramer, M D; Chuine, I; Gerstner, E-M; Hickler, T; Morin, X; Kearney, M R; Midgley, G F; Scheiter, S
2012Native and naturalized range size in Pinus: relative importance of biogeography, introduction effort, and species traits.Proche?, ?; Wilson, J R U; Richardson, D M; Rejmánek, M