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Foxcroft L. C., Pyšek P., Richardson D. M., Genovesi P. & MacFadyen S. 2017: Plant invasion science in protected areas: progress and priorities. Biological Invasions 19, 1353 - 1378
Gaertner M., Novoa A., Fried J. & Richardson D. M. 2017: Managing invasive species in cities: A decision support framework applied to Cape Town. Biological Invasions 19, 3707 - 3723
Gallardo B., Aldridge D. C., González-Moreno P., Pergl J., Pizarro M., Pyšek P., Thuiller W., Yesson C. & Vilà M. 2017: Protected areas offer refuge from invasive species spreading under climate change. Global Change Biology 23, 5331 - 5343
Gioria M. & Pyšek P. 2017: Early bird catches the worm: germination as a critical step in plant invasion. Biological Invasions 19, 1055 - 1080
Groom Q. J., Adriaens T., Desmet P., Simpson A., De Wever A., Bazos I., Cardoso A. C., Charles L., Christopoulou A., Gazda A., Helmisaari H., Hobern D., Josefsson M., Lucy F., Marisavljevic D., Oszako T., Pergl J., Petrovic-Obradovic O., Prévot C., Ravn H 2017: Seven Recommendations to Make Your Invasive Alien Species Data More Useful. Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics 3, 1 - 8
Hejda M., Hanzelka J., Kadlec T., Štrobl M., Pyšek P. & Reif J. 2017: Impacts of an invasive tree across trophic levels: species richness, community composition and resident species’ traits. Diversity and Distributions 23, 997 - 1007
Hejda M., Štajerová K. & Pyšek P. 2017: Dominance has a biogeographical component: do plants tend to exert stronger impacts in their invaded rather than native range? Journal of Biogeography 44, 18 - 27
Hulme P. E., Bacher S., Kenis M., Kühn I., Pergl J., Pyšek P., Roques A. & Vilà M. 2017: Blurring alien introduction pathways risks losing focus on invasive species policy. Conservation Letters 10, 265 - 266
Kalusová V., Chytrý M., van Kleunen M., Mucina L., Dawson W., Essl F., Kreft H., Pergl J., Weigelt P., Winter M. & Pyšek P. 2017: Naturalization of European plants on other continents: the role of donor habitats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114, 13756 - 13761
Klonner G., Dullinger I., Wessely J., Bossdorf O., Carboni M., Dawson W., Essl F., Gattringer A., Haeuser E., van Kleunen M., Kreft H., Moser D., Pergl J., Pyšek P., Thuiller W., Weigelt P., Winter M. & Dullinger S. 2017: Will climate change increase hybridization risk between potential plant invaders and their congeners in Europe? Diversity and Distributions 23, 934 - 943
Kühn I., Pyšek P. & Kowarik I. 2017: Seven years of NeoBiota – the times, were they a changin’? NeoBiota 36, 57 - 69
Latombe G., Pyšek P., Jeschke J. M., Blackburn T. M., Bacher S., Capinha C., Costello M. J., Fernandez M., Gregory R. D., Hobern D., Hui C., Jetz W., Kumschick S., McGrannachan C., Pergl J., Roy H. E., Scalera R., Squires Z. E., Wilson J. R. U., Winter M. 2017: A vision for global monitoring of biological invasions. Biological Conservation, 295 - 308
Lechuga-Lago Y., Novoa A., Le Roux J. J. & González L. 2017: Understanding the influence of urbanization on invasibility: Carpobrotus edulis as an exemplar. Biological Invasions 19, 3601 - 3611
Mayer K., Haeuser E., Dawson W., Essl F., Kreft H., Pergl J., Weigelt P., Winter M., Lenzer B & van Kleunen M. 2017: Naturalization of ornamental plant species in public green spaces and private gardens. Biological Invasions 19, 3613 - 3627
Menzel A., Hempel S., Klotz S., Moora M., Pyšek P., Rillig M. C., Zobel M. & Kühn I. 2017: Mycorrhizal status helps explain invasion success of alien plant species. Ecology 98, 92 - 102
Murray B. R., Martin L. J., Phillips M. L. & Pyšek P. 2017: Taxonomic perils and pitfalls of dataset assembly in ecology: a case study of the naturalized Asteraceae in Australia. NeoBiota 34, 1 - 20
Novoa A., Dehnen-Schmutz K., Fried J. & Vimercati G. 2017: Does public awareness increase support for invasive species management? Promising evidence across taxa and landscape types. Biological Invasions 19, 3691 - 3705
Nsikani M. M., Novoa A., van Wilgen B. W., Keet J. H. & Gaertner M. 2017: Acacia saligna’s soil legacy effects persist up to ten years after clearing: Implications for ecological restoration. Austral Ecology 42, 880 - 889
Packer J. G., Meyerson L. A., Skálová H., Pyšek P. & Kueffer C. 2017: Biological Flora of the British Isles: Phragmites australis. Journal of Ecology 105, 1123 - 1162
Packer J. P., Meyerson L. A., Richardson D. M., Brundu G., Allen W., Bhattarai G. P., Brix H., Canavan S., Castiglione S., Cicatelli A., Čuda J., Cronin J. T., Eller F., Guarino F., Guo W.-H., Guo W.-Y., Guo X., Hierro J. L., Lambertini C., Liu J., Lozano 2017: Global networks for invasion science: benefits, challenges and guidelines. Biological Invasions 19, 1081 - 1096