Accepted articles

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Research articles in press

Michelle T. Christy, Julie A. Savidge, Amy A. Yackel Adams, James E. Gragg and Gordon H. Rodda
Experimental landscape reduction of wild rodents increases movements in the invasive brown treesnake (Boiga irregularis) (in press)

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Stein Mortensen, Torjan Bodvin, Åsa Strand, Mark W. Holm and Per Dolmer
Effects of a bio-invasion of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793) in five shallow water habitats in Scandinavia (in press)

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Pablo E. Allen, Marco D. Barquero, Esteban Bermúdez, Jose Carlos Calderón, Branko Hilje, Willy Pineda, Guido Saborío-Rodríguez, Viviana Arguedas and Eduardo Chacón-Madrigal
Calling for more accurate information in aquarium trade: analysis of live-fish import permits in Costa Rica (in press)

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Joseph D. Lechelt, Matthew J. Kocian and Przemyslaw G. Bajer
Low downstream dispersal of young-of-year common carp from marshes into lakes in the Upper Mississippi River region and its implications for integrated pest management strategies (in press)

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Hana Colwell, Jane Ryder, Robert Nuzzo, Matthew Reardon, Rachel Holland and Wai Hing Wong
Invasive Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea) recorded from 2001 to 2016 in Massachusetts, USA (in press)

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Bridgett N. Pickman and Matthew A. Barnes
Preliminary analysis reveals sediment burial decreases mass loss and increases survival of the aquatic invasive plant Hydrilla verticillata following desiccation over short time scales (in press)

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Ingunn Alne Hoell, Ranveig Ottoey Olsen, Ole-Kristian Hess-Erga, Gunnar Thuestad and Aud Larsen
Application of flow cytometry in ballast water analysis—biological aspects (in press)

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Zohar Yanai, Tamar Dayan, Henk K. Mienis and Avital Gasith
The pet and horticultural trades as introduction and dispersal agents of non-indigenous freshwater molluscs (in press)

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Louis F. Ferguson, John D.P. Davidson, Thomas Landry, Jeff C. Clements and Thomas W. Therriault
Didemnum vexillum: invasion potential via harvesting and processing of the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) in British Columbia, Canada (in press)

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Jaewoo Kim and Nicholas E. Mandrak
Effects of vertical electric barrier on the behaviour of common carp (in press)

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Michelle L. Marraffini, Gail V. Ashton, Chris W. Brown, Andrew L. Chang and Greg M. Ruiz
Settlement plates as monitoring devices for non-indigenous species in marine fouling communities (in press)

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Lucy G. Anderson, Jennifer K. Chapman, Daniela Escontrela and Charlotte L.A. Gough
The role of conservation volunteers in the detection, monitoring and management of invasive alien lionfish (in press)

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Aaron R. Cupp, John A. Tix, Justin R. Smerud, Richard A. Erickson, Kim T. Fredricks, Jon J. Amberg, Cory D. Suski and Robert Wakeman
Using dissolved carbon dioxide to alter the behavior of invasive round goby (in press)

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Shane R. Siers, Julie A. Savidge and Robert N. Reed
Ontogenetic and ecological variation in invasion risk of Brown Treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) on Guam (in press)

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