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Albrecht, M., & al. 2016. Pollinator-mediated impacts of alien invasive plants on the pollination of native plants: the role of spatial scale and distinct behaviour among pollinator guilds. Biological Invasions 18(7): 1801-1812.

Allen, M. R. & Shea, K. 2006. Spatial Segregation of Congeneric Invaders in Central Pennsylvania, USA. Biological Invasions 8(3): 509-521.

Allen, C. R., & al. 2013. Predictors of regional establishment success and spread of introduced non-indigenous vertebrates. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22(7): 889-899.

Alpert, P. 2006. The advantages and disadvantages of being introduced. Biological Invasions 8(7): 1523-1534.

Amundsen, P.-A., & al. 2012. Invader population speeds up life history during colonization. Biological Invasions 14(7): 1501-1513.

Andréfouët, S., Aucan, J., Jourdan H., Kench, P., Menkes, C., Vidal, E., Yamano, H. 2015. Conservation of low-islands: high priority despite sea-level rise. A comment on Courchamp et al. Trends in ecology and evolution 30 (1): 1-2. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2014.10.001

Anonymes. 2009 (a). List of Species Alien in Europe and to Europe, DAISIE, Handbook of Alien Species in Europe, chap.11, 133-263.

Anonymes. 2009 (b). Species Accounts of 100 of the Most Invasive Alien Species in Europe. DAISIE, Handbook of Alien Species in Europe, chap.13, 269-374.

Anonymes. 2012. The impacts of invasive alien species in Europe, EEA Technical report. 16: 118 pp.

Anson, J. R., & al. 2013. Stress Triangle: Do Introduced Predators Exert Indirect Costs on Native Predators and Prey? PLoS ONE 8(4): e60916.

Aragón, R., & al. 2014. Exotic species as modifiers of ecosystem processes: Litter decomposition in native and invaded secondary forests of NW Argentina. Acta Oecologica 54: 21-28.

Arndt, E. 2006. Niche Occupation by Invasive Ground-Dwelling Predator Species in Canarian Laurel Forests. Biological Invasions 8(4): 893-902.

Aslan, C. E., & al. 2012. Effects of native and non-native vertebrate mutualists on plants. Conserv Biol 26(5): 778-789.

Ayres, D., & al. 2008. Introduction to “Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences after Invaders Hybridize”. Biological Invasions 11(5): 1087-1088.

Bacigalupe, L. D. 2008. Biological invasions and phenotypic evolution: a quantitative genetic perspective. Biological Invasions 11(10): 2243-2250.

Bailey, J. K., & al. 2006. Rapid shifts in the chemical composition of aspen forests: an introduced herbivore as an agent of natural selection. Biological Invasions 9(6): 715-722.

Bampfylde, C. J., & al. 2009. A literature analysis of freshwater invasive species research: are empiricists, theoreticians, and economists working together? Biological Invasions 12(5): 1207-1219.

Bando, K. J. 2006. The Roles of Competition and Disturbance in a Marine Invasion. Biological Invasions 8(4): 755-763.

Barbault, R., Atramentowicz M. 2010. Les invasions biologiques, une question de natures et sociétés. Éditions Quæ, 192 p.

Barlow, N. D. & J. M. Kean 2004. Resource Abundance and Invasiveness: A Simple Model. Biological Invasions 6(3): 261-268.

Barney, J. N. & T. H. Whitlow. 2007. A unifying framework for biological invasions: the state factor model. Biological Invasions 10(3): 259-272.

Bauer, J. T. 2012. Invasive species: “back-seat drivers” of ecosystem change? Biological Invasions 14(7): 1295-1304.

Beisel, J-N, Levêque C. 2009. Les eaux douces propices aux invasions ? Dossier pour la science, N°65 Octobre décembre 2009 : 26

Beisel, J.-N., Levêque, C. 2009. Introduction d’espèces dans les milieux aquatiques, faut-il avoir peur des invasions biologiques ? Quae, 127 pp.

Beisner, B. E., & al. 2006. Environmental Productivity and Biodiversity Effects on Invertebrate Community Invasibility. Biological Invasions 8(4): 655-664.

Bennett, A. E. 2013. Can plant–microbe–insect interactions enhance or inhibit the spread of invasive species? Functional Ecology 27(3): 661-671.

Bennett, J. A., & al. 2016. Species pools, community completeness and invasion: disentangling diversity effects on the establishment of native and alien species. Ecology Letters 19(12): 1496-1505.

Berglund, H., & al. 2012. Associations of invasive alien species and other threats to IUCN Red List species (Chordata: vertebrates). Biological Invasions 15(5): 1169-1180.

Beric, B. & H. J. MacIsaac. 2015. Determinants of rapid response success for alien invasive species in aquatic ecosystems. Biological Invasions 17(11): 3327-3335.

Bering, J. & al. 2013. Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species into Lake Champlain, Middlebury College: 92 pp.

Bermond, G., & al. 2013. Estimation of the dispersal of a major pest of maize by cline analysis of a temporary contact zone between two invasive outbreaks. Mol Ecol 22(21): 5368-5381.

Besacier-Monbertrand, A.-L., & al. 2009. Alien aquatic macroinvertebrates along the lateral dimension of a large floodplain. Biological Invasions 12(7): 2219-2231.

Blackburn, T. M., & al. 2014. A Unified Classification of Alien Species Based on the Magnitude of their Environmental Impacts. PLoS Biol 12(5): e1001850.

Blanchet, N., Barnerias, C., Bargier, N., Araminthe, P. 2011. Diagnostic sur l’invasion biologique aux Antilles françaises. Stratégie de suivi et de prévention. Départements de la Guadeloupe et de la Martinique. 143 p.

Bøhn, T., & al. 2007. Competitive exclusion after invasion? Biological Invasions 10(3): 359-368.

Braga, R. R., et al. 2018. Structuring evidence for invasional meltdown: broad support but with biases and gaps. Biological Invasions 20(4): 923-936.

Brindley, J., & al. 2005. Invasion Waves in Populations with Excitable Dynamics. Biological Invasions 7(5): 807-816.

Briski, E., & al. 2016. Are genetic databases sufficiently populated to detect non-indigenous species? Biological Invasions 18(7): 1911-1922.

Briski, E., & al. 2010. Use of DNA barcoding to detect invertebrate invasive species from diapausing eggs. Biological Invasions 13(6): 1325-1340.

Brockerhoff, E. G. &A. M. Liebhold. 2017. Ecology of forest insect invasions. Biological Invasions 19(11): 3141-3159.

Brotons, L. 2014. Species Distribution Models and Impact Factor Growth in Environmental Journals: Methodological Fashion or the Attraction of Global Change Science. PLoS ONE 9(11): e111996.

Burfeind, D. D., & al. 2012. Performance of non-native species within marine reserves. Biological Invasions 15(1): 17-28.

Cadotte, M. W., & al. 2017. Are urban systems beneficial, detrimental, or indifferent for biological invasion? Biological Invasions 19(12): 3489-3503.

Callaway, R. M., & al. 2006. Are trans-Pacific invasions the new wave? Biological Invasions 8(7): 1435-1437.

Cartwright, J. J., N. 2006. Alien Invaders, a guide to non-native species of the Britisher Isles, Book works, 28 pp.

Castilla, J. C., & al. 2005. Down under the southeastern Pacific: marine non-indigenous species in Chile. Biological Invasions 7(2): 213-232.

Charlez, A. 2012. Des espèces sauvages envahissantes. Faune Sauvage: 39-43.

Cheng, D., & al. 2016. Meta-analysis reveals asymmetric reduction in the genetic diversity of introduced populations of exotic insects. Biological Invasions 18(4): 1163-1175.

Chen, X. 2012. Distribution patterns of invasive alien species in Alabama, USA. Management of Biological Invasions 3(1): 25-36.

Chessman, B. C. 2013. Do protected areas benefit freshwater species? A broad-scale assessment for fish in Australia’s Murray–Darling Basin. Journal of Applied Ecology 50(4): 969-976.

Clergeau, P., Croci, S. & Jokimaki, J. 2004. How useful are urban island ecosystems for defining invader patterns ? Environmental Conservation 31: 181-184.

Clergeau, P. & Nunez, M. 2006. The language of fighting invasive species. Science 311: 951.

Colautti, R. I., &  al. 2005. Realized vs apparent reduction in enemies of the European starling. Biological Invasions 7(4): 723-732.

Colautti, R. I., & al. 2006. Propagule Pressure: A Null Model for Biological Invasions. Biological Invasions 8(5): 1023-1037.

Colautti, R. I., & al. 2006. Characterised and Projected Costs of Nonindigenous Species in Canada. Biological Invasions 8(1): 45-59.

Crego, R. D., & al. 2016. A synergistic trio of invasive mammals? Facilitative interactions among beavers, muskrats, and mink at the southern end of the Americas. Biological Invasions 18(7): 1923-1938.

Cristescu, B. &M. Boyce, S. 2013. « Focusing Ecological Research for Conservation. AMBIO 42(7): 805-815.

Crooks, J. A., & al. 2010. Aquatic pollution increases the relative success of invasive species. Biological Invasions 13(1): 165-176.

Crowder, D. W. & W. E. Snyder. 2010. Eating their way to the top? Mechanisms underlying the success of invasive insect generalist predators. Biological Invasions 12(9): 2857-2876.

Csóka, G., & al. 2017. Non-native gall-inducing insects on forest trees: a global review. Biological Invasions 19(11): 3161-3181. 

DAISIE. 2008. Handbook of Alien Species in Europe. 421p.

David Smith, L., & al. 1999. Invasion Pressure to a Ballast-flooded Estuary and an Assessment of Inoculant Survival. Biological Invasions 1(1): 67-87.

Dawson, W. & al. 2013. Correlations between global and regional measures of invasiveness vary with region size. NeoBiota 16: 59-80.

Degrassi, A. L. 2018. Hemlock woolly adelgid invasion affects microhabitat characteristics and small mammal communities. Biological Invasions 20(8): 2173-2186.

Dewarumez, J.-M. & al. 2011. Les espèces marines animales et végétales introduites dans le bassin Artois-Picardie, UMR CNRS 8187 LOG et Agence de l’Eau Artois-Picardie: 140 pp.

Dextrase, A. J. & Mandrak, N. E. 2006. Impacts of Alien Invasive Species on Freshwater Fauna at Risk in Canada. Biological Invasions 8(1): 13-24.

Dick, J. T. A., & al. 2012. Ecological impacts of an invasive predator explained and predicted by comparative functional responses. Biological Invasions 15(4): 837-846.

Dick, J. T. A., & al. 2017. Functional responses can unify invasion ecology. Biological Invasions 19(5): 1667-1672.

Dick, J. T. A., & al. 2017. Fictional responses from Vonesh et al. Biological Invasions 19(5): 1677-1678.

Drake, J. M. & Lodge, D. M. 2006. Allee Effects, Propagule Pressure and the Probability of Establishment: Risk Analysis for Biological Invasions. Biological Invasions 8(2): 365-375.

Duggan, I. C. & K. S. Duggan. 2011. Are botanical gardens a risk for zooplankton invasions? Biological Invasions 13(12): 2997-3003.

Duncan, R. P. 2016.  How propagule size and environmental suitability jointly determine establishment success: a test using dung beetle introductions. Biological Invasions 18(4): 985-996.

Eschen R., Holmes T., Smith D., Roques A., Santini S., Kenis M., 2014. Likelihood of establishment of tree pests and diseases based on their worldwide occurrence as determined by hierarchical cluster analysis. Forest Ecology and Management 315, 103–111.

Eschen R.,  Roques A., Santini, A. 2015. Taxonomic dissimilarity in patterns of interception and establishment of alien arthropods, nematodes and pathogens affecting woody plants in Europe. Diversity and Distributions, 21 (1), 36-45.

Esler, K. J., & al. 2010. How wide is the “knowing-doing” gap in invasion biology? Biological Invasions 12(12): 4065-4075.

Essl, F., & al. 2018. Which Taxa Are Alien? Criteria, Applications, and Uncertainties. BioScience 68(7): 496-509.

Essl F., Dullinger S., Rabitsch W., Hulm P.E., Hülber K., Jarosik V., Kleinbauer I., Krausmann F., Kühn I., Nentwig W., Vilà M., Genovesi P.,Gherardi F. Desprez-Loustau M.L., Roques A., Pysek P. 2011. Reply to Keller and Springborn: No doubt about invasion debt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA. Letters online only June 21, 2011, 108 (25).

Fausch, K. D. 2007. A paradox of trout invasions in North America. Biological Invasions 10(5): 685-701.

Feng, X. & Papeş, M. 2017. Physiological limits in an ecological niche modeling framework: A case study of water temperature and salinity constraints of freshwater bivalves invasive in USA. Ecological Modelling 346(Supplement C): 48-57.

Ficetola, F., Bonin, A. & Miaud, C. 2008. Population genetics reveal origin and number of founders in a biological invasion.  Molecular Ecology 17: 773-782.

Fisichelli, N. A. & Miller, K.M. 2018. Weeds, worms, and deer: positive relationships among common forest understory stressors. Biological Invasions 20(5): 1337-1348.

Fitzpatrick, B. M., & al. 2011. What can DNA tell us about biological invasions? Biological Invasions 14(2): 245-253.

Flores-Moreno, H. & Moles, A. T. 2013. A Comparison of the Recruitment Success of Introduced and Native Species Under Natural Conditions. PLoS ONE 8(8): e72509.

Floyd, R., & al. 2010. Common goals: policy implications of DNA barcoding as a protocol for identification of arthropod pests. Biological Invasions 12(9): 2947-2954.

Floyd-Hanna, L. & al. 2012. Effects of fires and insects on fuel structures in piñon-juniper and post-fire invasive communities, Prescott college: 1-45.

Frehse, F. d. A., & al. 2016. Non-native species and invasion biology in a megadiverse country: scientometric analysis and ecological interactions in Brazil. Biological Invasions 18(12): 3713-3725.

Früh, D., & al. 2012. Physicochemical and morphological degradation of stream and river habitats increases invasion risk. Biological Invasions 14(11): 2243-2253.

Gaertner, M., & al. 2017. Non-native species in urban environments: patterns, processes, impacts and challenges. Biological Invasions 19(12): 3461-3469.

Galil, B. S., & al. 2009. Alien Marine Biota of Europe. DAISIE, Handbook of Alien Species in Europe: 93-104.

Gandhi, K. J. K. & Herms, D. A. 2009. Direct and indirect effects of alien insect herbivores on ecological processes and interactions in forests of eastern North America. Biological Invasions 12(2): 389-405.

García-Ramos, G., & al. 2015. Evolution of resistance by a native competitor can lead to invasion collapse in disease-mediated invasions. Biological Invasions 17(10): 2863-2879.

Garnas J., Auger-Rozenberg M.-A., Roques A., Bertelsmeier C., Wingfield M., Saccaggi D.L., Roy H., Slippers B. 2016. Complex patterns of global spread in invasive insects: ecoevolutionary and management consequences. Biological Invasions 18 (4), 935-952.

Garnier, L. (ed.). 2008. Entre l’Homme et la nature, une démarche pour des relations durables Réserves de Biosphère – Notes techniques 3 – 2008 UNESCO, Paris, 142p. 

Ghelardini, L., & al. 2017. Ecology of invasive forest pathogens. Biological Invasions 19(11): 3183-3200.

Gérard, A., Jourdan H., Millon, A., Vidal E., 2016. Knocking on heaven’s door: Are novel invaders necessarily facing naïve native species on islands? Plos One 11(3): e0151545. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151545.

Gerlach, J., & al. 2013. Terrestrial invertebrates as bioindicators: an overview of available taxonomic groups. Journal of Insect Conservation 17(4): 831-850.

Golani D., Orsi-Relini L., Massutì, Quignard J.-P., 2002. Atlas of exotic species in the Mediterranean. 1. Fishes. CIESM publishers (Commission Internationale pour l’exploration Scientifique de la Mer Méditerranée), Monaco, Frédéric Briand editor : 1-254. Illustré couleur.

Goulletquer, P. 2016. Le guide des organismes exotiques marins. 304 p. 

Goudard A. 2007. Fonctionnement des écosystèmes et invasions biologiques. Importance de la biodiversité et des intéractions interspécifiques, thèse 216p.

Guo, Q., & al. 2011. Latitudinal shifts of introduced species: possible causes and implications. Biological Invasions 14(3): 547-556.

Haran J.,  Roques A., Bernard A., Robinet C., Roux G. 2015. Altitudinal barrier to the spread of an invasive species: Could the Pyrenean chain slow the natural spread of the pinewood Nematode?. Plos One, 25 p. DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0134126

Harwood, J. D., & al. 2008. Differential impact of adults and nymphs of a generalist predator on an exotic invasive pest demonstrated by molecular gut-content analysis. Biological Invasions 11(4): 895-903.

Hatcher, M. J., & al. 2012. Disease emergence and invasions. Functional Ecology 26(6): 1275-1287.

Haury, J. & Clergeau, P. 2014. Les espèces invasives en Bretagne : Plantes et vertébrés continentaux. Les Cahiers Naturalistes de Bretagne, Biotope ed., 143 p.

Hayes, K. R. 2002 (a). Identifying Hazards in Complex Ecological Systems. Part 1: Fault-tree Analysis for Biological Invasions. Biological Invasions 4(3): 235-249.

Hayes, K. R. 2002 (b). Identifying Hazards in Complex Ecological Systems. Part 2: Infection Modes and Effects Analysis for Biological Invasions. Biological Invasions 4(3): 251-261.

Hayes, K. R. & Barry, S. C. 2007. Are there any consistent predictors of invasion success? Biological Invasions 10(4): 483-506.

Heger, T., & al. 2013. Conceptual Frameworks and Methods for Advancing Invasion Ecology. AMBIO 42(5): 527-540.

Herder, J. & al. 2012. Environmental DNA – een nieuwe inventarisatiemethode. tijdschrift 14(2): 32-38.

Hewitt, C. L. & Huxel, G. R. 2002. Invasion Success and Community Resistance in Single and Multiple Species Invasion Models: Do the Models Support the Conclusions? Biological Invasions 4(3): 263-271.

Hill, M. P., & al. 2016. Drivers, impacts, mechanisms and adaptation in insect invasions. Biological Invasions 18(4): 883-891.

Hillman, B. I. 2001. Biology and Evolution of Beneficial and Detrimental Viruses of Animals, Plants, and Fungi. Biological Invasions 3(3): 255-262.

Hui, C., & al. 2017. Ranking of invasive spread through urban green areas in the world’s 100 most populous cities. Biological Invasions 19(12): 3527-3539.

Hui, C., & al. 2016. Defining invasiveness and invasibility in ecological networks. Biological Invasions 18(4): 971-983.

Hulme, P. & al. 2009. A pan-European Inventory of Alien Species: Rationale, Implementation and Implications for Managing Biological Invasions. DAISIE, Handbook of Alien Species in Europe, chap.14, 1-14.

Hulme, P. E. 2014. Invasive species challenge the global response to emerging diseases. Trends in Parasitology 30(6): 267-270.

Humber, J. M. & Hermanutz, L. 2011. Impacts of non-native plant and animal invaders on gap regeneration in a protected boreal forest. Biological Invasions 13(10): 2361-2377.

Hurley, B. P., & al. 2016. Increasing numbers and intercontinental spread of invasive insects on eucalypts. Biological Invasions 18(4): 921-933.

Jackson, M. C. & Grey, J. 2012. Accelerating rates of freshwater invasions in the catchment of the River Thames. Biological Invasions 15(5): 945-951.

Jakobs, G., & al. 2010. Introduced weed richness across altitudinal gradients in Hawai’i: humps, humans and water-energy dynamics. Biological Invasions 12(12): 4019-4031.

Jarnevich, C. S., & al. 2006. Balancing data sharing requirements for analyses with data sensitivity. Biological Invasions 9(5): 597-599.

Jauni, M. & T. Hyvönen. 2011. Positive diversity–invasibility relationships across multiple scales in Finnish agricultural habitats. Biological Invasions 14(7): 1379-1391.

Jeschke, J.M. & Strayer, D.L. 2005. Invasion success of vertebrates in Europe and North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102: 7198-7202.

Jeschke, J. M., &  al. 2014. Defining the Impact of Non-Native Species. Conservation Biology 28(5): 1188-1194.

Jimenez, H. & G. M. Ruiz. 2016. Contribution of non-native species to soft-sediment marine community structure of San Francisco Bay, California. Biological Invasions 18(7): 2007-2016.

Jourdan, H., Theuerkauf, J., Meyer, J-Y., Richling, I. 2014. Etat des lieux des espèces introduites & envahissantes dans le territoire de Wallis & Futuna. Rapport final de convention entre IRD-Service de l’environnement de Wallis et Futuna. Version finale déc 2014., IRD IMBE, Nouméa, 264 pp.

Jourdan, H. 2006 – Les invertébrés menaçants l’archipel néo-calédonien : espèces potentiellement envahissantes. Recommandations pour leur prévention. Cédérom : 220-250, In «  Espèces envahissantes : risque environnemental et socio-économique majeurs pour l’archipel néo-calédonien », M.L. Beauvais, A. Coleno, & H. Jourdan (Eds). Coll. Expertise Collégiale, IRD Editions, Paris, 260 p. + cédérom

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Jute, A. & B. J. Dunphy. 2017. The potential efficacy and application of freshwater and hypersaline immersion to control the spread of a marine invasive species. Biological Invasions 19(4): 1137-1141.

Kark, S., Solarz, W., Chiron, F., Clergeau, P. & Shirley S. 2009. Alien birds, amphibians and reptiles of Europe. In DAISIE Handbook of alien species in Europe. Springer, Dordrecht, 105-118.

Kestrup, A. M. F., S. E. 2010. Recherche sur les espèces aquatiques envahissantes financée par Pêches et Océans Canada 2005 – 2010, Pêche et Océans Canada: 52 pp.

Kull, C., Tassin, J., & Carrière, S. 2014. Approaching invasive species in Madagascar. Madagascar Conservation and Development 9, 60-70.

Laverty, C., & al. 2017. Assessing the ecological impacts of invasive species based on their functional responses and abundances. Biological Invasions 19(5): 1653-1665.

Lee, H., & al. 2003. Estuarine and scalar patterns of invasion in the soft-bottom benthic communities of the San Francisco Estuary. Biological Invasions 5(1): 85-102.

Leppäkoski, E. & Olenin, S. 2000. Non-native Species and Rates of Spread: Lessons from the Brackish Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 2(2): 151-163.

Liebhold, A. M., & al. 2013. A highly aggregated geographical distribution of forest pest invasions in the USA. Diversity and Distributions 19(9): 1208-1216.

Lindström, T. & al. 2013. Rapid shifts in dispersal behavior on an expanding range edge. PNAS: 1-5.

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Lohrer, A. M., & al. 2000. Home and Away: Comparisons of Resource Utilization by a Marine Species in Native and Invaded Habitats. Biological Invasions 2(1): 41-57.

Lopez-Vaamonde, C., & al. 2010. Invaded habitats. BioRisk 4(1): 45-50.

Lord, J. P. 2017. Temperature, space availability, and species assemblages impact competition in global fouling communities. Biological Invasions 19(1): 43-55.

Lundholm, J. T. &  Larson, D. W. 2004.Dominance As An Overlooked Measure of Invader Success. Biological Invasions 6(4): 505-510.

Magoba, R. N. & Samways, M. J. 2011. Comparative footprint of alien, agricultural and restored vegetation on surface-active arthropods. Biological Invasions 14(1): 165-177.

Martinez, M., Germain, J.-F., Streito, J.-L. 2014. Insectes ravageurs invasifs : considérations générales. Phytoma. 677 : 14-17.

Martinez, M., Germain, J.-F., Streito, J.-L. 2014. Insectes ravageurs invasifs : le point sur les espèces introduites. Phytoma. 677 : 18-22.

Masson, L., & al. 2016. Fine scale spatio-temporal life history shifts in an invasive species at its expansion front. Biological Invasions 18(3): 775-792.

Mazzamuto, M.V., Galimberti, A., Cremonesi, G., Pisanu, B., Chapuis, J.-L., Stuyck, J., Amori, G., Su, H.J., Aloise, G., Preatoni, D.G., Wauters, L.A., Casiraghi, M., Martinoli, A. 2016. Preventing species invasion: a role for integrative taxonomy? Integrative Zoology, 11: 214-222.

McKinney, M. L. 2004. Do Exotics Homogenize or Differentiate Communities? Roles of Sampling and Exotic Species Richness. Biological Invasions 6(4): 495-504.

McKinney, M. L. 2006. Correlated Non-native Species Richness of Birds, Mammals, Herptiles and Plants: Scale Effects of Area, Human Population and Native Plants. Biological Invasions 8(3): 415-425.

McLaughlan, C., & al. 2014. How complete is our knowledge of the ecosystem services impacts of Europe’s top 10 invasive species? Acta Oecologica 54: 119-130.

Meyer J.-Y., Strasberg D., Vidal É., Jourdan H., Delnatte C. & Muller S. 2018. — Quelle stratégie de recherche pour une meilleure conservation de la biodiversité terrestre dans les îles tropicales ultramarines françaises ?. Naturae 2018 (2): 15-26.

Meyerson, L. A. & D. Simberloff. 2017. Introducing “The Elton Reviews,” a new series in biological invasions. Biological Invasions 19(4): 1053-1054.

Milbau, A., & al. 2008. A hierarchical framework for integrating invasibility experiments incorporating different factors and spatial scales. Biological Invasions 11(4): 941-950.

Mines, C. & al. 2013. Examining shifts in zooplankton community variability following biological invasion. Limnol. Oceanogr 58(1): 399-408.

Montgomery, W. I., & al. 2011. ‘Invasional meltdown’: evidence for unexpected consequences and cumulative impacts of multispecies invasions. Biological Invasions 14(6): 1111-1125.

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