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Abdelkrim, J., & al. 2009. Genetic structure and functioning of alien ship rat populations from a Corsican micro-insular complex. Biological Invasions 11(3): 473-482.

Adriaens, T., & al. 2015. Successful eradication of a suburban Pallas’s squirrel Callosciurus erythraeus (Pallas 1779) (Rodentia, Sciuridae) population in Flanders (northern Belgium). Biological Invasions 17(9): 2517-2526.

Alda, F., & al. 2013. Genetic evidence for multiple introduction events of raccoons (Procyon lotor) in Spain. Biological Invasions 15(3): 687-698.

Aloise G. & Bertolino S. 2005 . Free-ranging population of the Finlayson’s squirrel Callosciurus finlaysonii (Horsfield, 1824) (Rodentia, Sciuridae) in South Italy. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy, 16(1).

Anderson, A. 2009. The rat and the octopus: initial human colonization and the prehistoric introduction of domestic animals to Remote Oceania. Biological Invasions 11(7): 1503-1519.

Angel, A., & al. 2009. Review of impacts of the introduced house mouse on islands in the Southern Ocean: are mice equivalent to rats? Biological Invasions 11(7): 1743-1754.

Athens, J. S. 2009. Rattus exulans and the catastrophic disappearance of Hawai’i’s native lowland forest. Biological Invasions 11(7): 1489-1501.

Averill, K. M., & al. 2016. Deer feeding selectivity for invasive plants. Biological Invasions 18(5): 1247-1263.

Barrios-Garcia, M. N. & Ballari, S. 2012. Impact of wild boar (Sus scrofa) in its introduced and native range: a review. Biological Invasions 14(11): 2283-2300.

Barros, Á., & al. 2016. Behavioural plasticity in nest-site selection of a colonial seabird in response to an invasive carnivore. Biological Invasions 18(11): 3149-3161.

Bartolommei, P., & al. 2013. First report on the distribution of the American mink Neovison vison (Mammalia: Mustelidae) in central Italy. Italian Journal of Zoology 80(3): 455-461.

Barun, A., & al. 2010. Impact of the small Indian mongoose on native amphibians and reptiles of the Adriatic islands, Croatia. Animal Conservation 13(6): 549-555.

Beaucournu, J.C., Pisanu, B. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2008. Enderleinellus tamiasis Fahrenholz, 1916 (Anoploura : Enderleinellidae), espèce importée, implantée et nouvelle pour la Faune de France. Parasite, 15 : 175-178.

Bertolino, S., Currado, I., Mazzoglio, P. & Amori, G. 2000. Native and alien squirrels in Italy . Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 11(2): 65-74.

Bertolino, S. Genovesi, P. 2005. The application of the European strategy on invasive alien species: an example with introduced squirrels. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 16(1): 59-69.

Bertolino, S. & Viterbi, R. 2010. Long-term cost-effectiveness of coypu (Myocastor coypus) control in Piedmont (Italy). Biological Invasions 12(8): 2549-2558.

Bertolino, S., & al. 2014. A grey future for Europe: Sciurus carolinensis is replacing native red squirrels in Italy. Biological Invasions 16(1): 53-62.

Biedrzycka, A., & al. 2014. The genetic structure of raccoon introduced in Central Europe reflects multiple invasion pathways. Biological Invasions 16(8): 1611-1625.

Bird, P., & al. 2012. Damage caused by low-density exotic herbivore populations: the impact of introduced European rabbits on marsupial herbivores and Allocasuarina and Bursaria seedling survival in Australian coastal shrubland. Biological Invasions 14(3): 743-755.

Bode, M., & al. 2013. Interior fences can reduce cost and uncertainty when eradicating invasive species from large islands. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4(9): 819-827.

Bodey, T., &al. 2011. Localised control of an introduced predator: creating problems for the future? Biological Invasions 13(12): 2817-2828.

Bolfikova, B., & al. 2013. Population biology of establishment in New Zealand hedgehogs inferred from genetic and historical data: conflict or compromise? Mol Ecol 22(14): 3709-3720.

Bonnaud, E., & al. 2015. Island specificities matter: cat diet differs significantly between islands of a major breeding archipelago for a vulnerable endemic seabird. Biological Invasions 17(10): 2927-2941.

Bonnaud, E., & al. 2011. The diet of feral cats on islands: a review and a call for more studies. Biological Invasions 13(3): 581-603.

Bonnet, S., Choumet, V., Masseglia, S., Cotte, M., Ferquel, E., Lilin, T., Marsot, M., Chapuis, J.-L., Vourc’h, G. 2015. Infection of Siberian chipmunks (Tamias sibiricus barberi) with Borrelia sp. reveals a low reservoir competence under experimental conditions. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 6:393-400.

Borroto-Páez, R. 2009. Invasive mammals in Cuba: an overview. Biological Invasions 11(10): 2279-2290.

Bourgeois, K., & al. 2013. Dramatic increase in the Zembretta Yelkouan shearwater breeding population following ship rat eradication spurs interest in managing a 1500-year old invasion. Biological Invasions 15(3): 475-482.

Bovendorp, S. R. & Galetti, M. 2007. Density and population size of mammals introduced on a land-bridge island in southeastern Brazil. Biological Invasions 9(3): 353-357.

Boyer, N., Reale, D., Marmet, J., Pisanu, B. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2010. Personality, space use, and tick load in an introduced population of Siberian chipmunks, Tamias sibiricus. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79: 538-547.

Braschi, J., Ponel, P., Krebs , E., Jourdan, H.,  Passetti, A., Barcelo, A.,  Berville, L., Le Quilliec, P., Lorvelec, O., Matocq, A.,  Meunier, J.Y., Oger, P.,  Séchet, E., Vidal, E. 2015. Eradications simultanées du rat noir (Rattus rattus) et des griffes de sorcière (Carpobrotus spp.) sur l’île de Bagaud (parc national de Port-Cros, Provence, France) : résultats préliminaires des conséquences sur les communautés d’arthropodes. Revue d’écologie 70, Suppl. 12: 91-98.

Bridgman, L. J. 2012. Interactions between ship rats and house mice, University of Waikato. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): 243.

Calvino-Cancela, M. 2010. Seed dispersal of alien and native plants by vertebrate herbivores. Biological Invasions 13(4): 895-904.

Can, & al. 2013. Host-Parasite Relationship of Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae and Argasidae) and Feral Pigs (Sus scrofa) in the Nhecolândia Region of the Pantanal Wetlands in Mato Grosso do Sul. ISRN Parasitology 2013: 6.

Capellini, I., et al. 2015. The role of life history traits in mammalian invasion success. Ecology Letters 18(10): 1099-1107.

Caravaggi, A., & al. 2017. Niche overlap of mountain hare subspecies and the vulnerability of their ranges to invasion by the European hare; the (bad) luck of the Irish. Biological Invasions 19(2): 655-674.

Carlsson, N. O. L., & al. 2009. Long-term data on invaders: when the fox is away, the mink will play. Biological Invasions 12(3): 633-641.

Caut, S., & al. 2008. Avoiding surprise effects on Surprise Island: alien species control in a multitrophic level perspective. Biological Invasions 11(7): 1689-1703.

Chapuis, J.-L. 2005. Répartition en France d’un animal de compagnie naturalisé, le Tamia de Sibérie (Tamias sibiricus). Revue d’Ecologie (Terre Vie), 60 : 239-253.

Chapuis, J.-L. 2012. Plan national de lutte relatif à l’écureuil à ventre rouge dans les Alpes-Maritimes: 6 pp.

Chapuis, J.-L., Ferquel, E., Patey, O., Vourc’h, G. & Cornet, M. 2010. Borréliose de Lyme : situation générale et conséquences de l’introduction en Ile-de-France d’un nouvel hôte, le Ttamia de Sibérie. Bulletin épidémiologique hebdomadaire, Hors-série, 14 sept. 2010, 6-8.

Chapuis, J.-L., Obolenskaya, E., Pisanu, B. & Lissovsky, A. 2011. Datasheet on Tamias sibiricius. CABI, Wallingford, UK. http://www.cabi.org/isc.

Chimera, C. G. & Drake, D. R. 2010. Could poor seed dispersal contribute to predation by introduced rodents in a Hawaiian dry forest? Biological Invasions 13(4): 1029-1042.

Chynoweth, M., M. Litton, C., A. Lepczyk, C., C. Hess, S., & Cordell, S. 2013. Biology and Impacts of Pacific Island Invasive Species. Capra hircus, the Feral Goat (Mammalia: Bovidae). Pacific Science 67(2): 141-156.

Ćirović, D.,& al. 2010. Small Indian Mongoose Herpestes auropunctatus (Herpestidae, Carnivora): an invasive species in Montenegro. Biological Invasions 13(2): 393-399.

Civantos, E., Thuiller, W., Maiorano, L., Guisan, A., & B. Araújo, M. 2012. Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Ecosystem Services in Europe: The Case of Pest Control by Vertebrates. BioScience 62(7): 658-666.

Cole, R. J. & C. M. Litton. 2013. Vegetation response to removal of non-native feral pigs from Hawaiian tropical montane wet forest. Biological Invasions 16(1): 125-140.

Conroy, C. J., & al. 2012. Cryptic genetic diversity in Rattus of the San Francisco Bay region, California. Biological Invasions 15(4): 741-758.

Cove, M. V.,& al. 2018. Free-ranging domestic cats (Felis catus) on public lands: estimating density, activity, and diet in the Florida Keys. Biological Invasions 20(2): 333-344.

Croll, D. A.& al. 2016. Passive recovery of an island bird community after rodent eradication. Biological Invasions 18(3): 703-715.

Croquet, V., Cugnasse, J.-M., 2013. Le Mouflon à manchettes (Ammotragus lervia, Pallas, 1777) dans la Montagne Sainte-Victoire (Bouches-du-Rhône), ONCFS: 13 pp.

Cubas, J., & al. 2018. Contrasting effects of invasive rabbits on endemic plants driving vegetation change in a subtropical alpine insular environment. Biological Invasions 20(3): 793-807.

Davis, A. J., et al. 2018. Quantifying site-level usage and certainty of absence for an invasive species through occupancy analysis of camera-trap data. Biological Invasions 20(4): 877-890.

Delibes, M., & al. 2004. Potential Impact of an Exotic Mammal on Rocky Intertidal Communities of Northwestern Spain. Biological Invasions 6(2): 213-219.

Di Febbraro, M., & al. 2013. The Use of Climatic Niches in Screening Procedures for Introduced Species to Evaluate Risk of Spread: A Case with the American Eastern Grey Squirrel. PLoS ONE 8(7): e66559.

Dingerkus, S. K. & W. I. Montgomery. 2001. The diet and landclass affinities of the Irish hare Lepus timidus hibernicus. Journal of Zoology 253(2): 233-240.

Doherty, T. S., & al. 2016. Invasive predators and global biodiversity loss. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(40): 11261-11265.

Donlan, C. J. & C. Wilcox 2007. Integrating invasive mammal eradications and biodiversity offsets for fisheries bycatch: conservation opportunities and challenges for seabirds and sea turtles. Biological Invasions 10(7): 1053-1060.

Dozières, A. 2012. Conservation de l’Ecureuil roux en France : De l’état des populations aux enjeux liés à l’introduction de l’Ecureuil à ventre rouge. Paris, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, . Phd: 238.

Dozières, A., Pisanu, B., Gerriet, O., Lapeyre, C., Stuyck, J. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2010. Macroparasites of Pallas’s squirrels, Callosciurus erythraeus, introduced into Europe. Veterinary Parasitology, 172: 172-176.

Dozières, A., Pisanu B., Kamenova, S., Bastelica, F., Gerriet, O., Chapuis J.-L. 2015. Range expansion of Pallas’s squirrel (Callosciurus erythraeus) introduced in southern France: habitat suitability and space use. Mammalian Biology, 80: 518–526.

Drake, D. R. & Hunt, T. L. 2008. Invasive rodents on islands: integrating historical and contemporary ecology. Biological Invasions 11(7): 1483-1487.

Drygala, F. & Zoller, H.2013. Spatial use and interaction of the invasive raccoon dog and the native red fox in Central Europe: competition or coexistence? European Journal of Wildlife Research 59(5): 683-691.

Duron, Q., & al. 2017. Comparative effects of native frugivores and introduced rodents on seed germination in New-Caledonian rainforest plants. Biological Invasions 19(1): 351-363.

Elledge, A. E., & al. 2012. Modelling habitat preferences of feral pigs for rooting in lowland rainforest. Biological Invasions 15(7): 1523-1535.

Ruys, T., Coïc C, Cugnasse J.-M., Steinmetz, J., Lorvelec, O. 2011. Le Raton-laveur en Gironde, une nouvelle espèce pour l’Aquitaine. Bordeaux : 4 pp.

Fautley, R., & al. 2012. A comparative analysis of the factors promoting deer invasion. Biological Invasions 14(11): 2271-2281.

Fischer, M. L., & al. 2016. Assessing and predicting the spread of non-native raccoons in Germany using hunting bag data and dispersal weighted models. Biological Invasions 18(1): 57-71.

Frantz, A. C., & al. 2013. Limited mitochondrial DNA diversity is indicative of a small number of founders of the German raccoon (Procyon lotor) population. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59(5): 665-674.

Fraser, E. J., & al. 2013. Using population genetic structure of an invasive mammal to target control efforts – An example of the American mink in Scotland. Biological Conservation 167: 35-42.

Fukasawa, K., & al. 2013. Reconstruction and prediction of invasive mongoose population dynamics from history of introduction and management: a Bayesian state-space modelling approach. Journal of Applied Ecology 50(2): 469-478.

Galan, P. 2013. Depredación de gato doméstico sobre reptiles en Galicia Pedro Galán. Bol. Asoc. Herpetol. Esp. 24(1): 1-4.

García, K., & al. 2017. Spatial mixing of mitochondrial lineages and greater genetic diversity in some invasive populations of the American mink (Neovison vison) compared to native populations. Biological Invasions 19(9): 2663-2673.

García-Díaz, P., & al. 2013. The impact of the American mink (Neovison vison) on native vertebrates in mountainous streams in Central Spain. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59(6): 823-831.

García, J. T., & al. 2011. Recent invasion and status of the raccoon (Procyon lotor) in Spain. Biological Invasions 14(7): 1305-1310.

Gargan, L.M. et al. 2016. Molecular and morphological insights into the origin of the invasive greater white-toothed shrew (Crocidura russula) in Ireland. Biological Invasions, 18(3), 857-871.

Gaubert, P., & al. 2008. Early phases of a successful invasion: mitochondrial phylogeography of the common genet (Genetta genetta) within the Mediterranean Basin. Biological Invasions 11(3): 523-546.

Genovesi, P., Bacher, S., Kobelt, M., Pascal, M., & Scalera, R. 2009. Alien Mammals of Europe. DAISIE, Handbook of Alien Species in Europe. S. S. B. M. B. V. 2009. Early phases of a successful invasion: mitochondrial phylogeography of the common genet (Genetta genetta) within the Mediterranean Basin. Biological Invasions 11(3): 523-546.

Gérard, A., Jourdan H., Millon, A., Vidal E., 2015. Anti-predator behaviour in procellarid seabirds: wedge-tailed shearwater do not respond to the odour of introduced black rat. Aust. Ecol. 40: 775-781. doi: 10.1111/aec.12252.

Gizicki, Z. S., & al. 2018. Long-term effects of feral goats (Capra hircus) on Mediterranean island communities: results from whole island manipulations. Biological Invasions 20(6): 1537-1552.

Goldstein, E. A., & al. 2016. Modeling future range expansion and management strategies for an invasive squirrel species. Biological Invasions 18(5): 1431-1450.

Guichón, M. L., & al. 2015. From a lag in vector activity to a constant increase of translocations: invasion of Callosciurus squirrels in Argentina. Biological Invasions 17(9): 2597-2604.

Harris, D. B., & al. 2011. Island prioritization for invasive rodent eradications with an emphasis on reinvasion risk. Biological Invasions 14(6): 1251-1263.

Hayes, W. K., & al. 2012. Do invasive rodents impact endangered insular iguana populations? Biodiversity and Conservation 21(7): 1893-1899.

Henn, J. J., & al. 2016. Landscape-level impact and habitat factors associated with invasive beaver distribution in Tierra del Fuego. Biological Invasions 18(6): 1679-1688.

Hervías, S., & al. 2012. Studying the effects of multiple invasive mammals on Cory’s shearwater nest survival. Biological Invasions 15(1): 143-155.

Hughes, J. & Macdonald, D. W. 2013. A review of the interactions between free-roaming domestic dogs and wildlife. Biological Conservation 157: 341-351.

Iordan, F., & al. 2012. Predicting the spread of feral populations of the American mink in Italy: is it too late for eradication? Biological Invasions 14(9): 1895-1908.

Jacquot, M., Bisseux, M. Abrial, D., Marsot, M., Ferquel, E. Chapuis, J.-L., Vourc’h, G., Bailly, X. 2014. High-throughput sequence typing reveals genetic differenciation and host specialization among populations of the Borrelia burgdorferi species complex that infect rodents. PLoS ONE, 9(2):e88581.

Jaksic, F. M., & al. 2002. Invaders Without Frontiers: Cross-border Invasions of Exotic Mammals. Biological Invasions 4(1): 157-173.

James, A. I., & al. 2011. Can the invasive European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) assume the soil engineering role of locally-extinct natives? Biological Invasions 13(12): 3027-3038.

Jessen, T., & al. 2018. Habitat fragmentation provides a competitive advantage to an invasive tree squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis. Biological Invasions 20(3): 607-618.

Kalb, D. M. & J. L. Bowman. 2017. A complete history of the establishment of Japanese sika deer on the Delmarva Peninsula: 100 years post-introduction. Biological Invasions 19(6): 1705-1713.

King, C. M. 2017. Pandora’s box down-under: origins and numbers of mustelids transported to New Zealand for biological control of rabbits. Biological Invasions 19(6): 1811-1823.

King, C. M. 2016. How genetics, history and geography limit potential explanations of invasions by house mice Mus musculus in New Zealand. Biological Invasions 18(6): 1533-1550.

King, C., & al. 2016. What can the geographic distribution of mtDNA haplotypes tell us about the invasion of New Zealand by house mice Mus musculus? Biological Invasions 18(6): 1551-1565.

Klima, K. & Travis, S. E. 2012. Genetic population structure of invasive nutria (Myocastor coypus) in Louisiana, USA: is it sufficient for the development of eradication units? Biological Invasions 14(9): 1909-1918.

Knox, C. D., & al. 2012. Direct and Indirect Effects of Grazing by Introduced Mammals on a Native, Arboreal Gecko (Naultinus gemmeus). Journal of Herpetology 46(2): 145-152.

Komine, H., & al. 2016. Relationships between capture-site characteristics and capture levels of the invasive mongoose on Amami-Oshima Island, Japan. Biological Invasions 18(2): 487-495.

Krebs, E. Abba, A. Gillet, P. Eudeline, R. Gauthier, J. Le Quilliec, P. Lorvelec, O. Martinerie, G. Vidal, E. Buisson, E. 2015. Réponses des populations de reptiles à l’éradication du rat noir (Rattus rattus) sur l’île de Bagaud (Parc National de Port-Cros, Var, France). Revue dÉcologie, 70(12), 99-109.

Lack, J. B., & al. 2012. Invasion facilitates hybridization with introgression in the Rattus rattus species complex. Mol Ecol 21(14): 3545-3561.

Lack, J. B., & al. 2012. Comparative phylogeography of invasive Rattus rattus and Rattus norvegicus in the U.S. reveals distinct colonization histories and dispersal. Biological Invasions 15(5): 1067-1087.

Latham, A. D. M., & al. 2017. The ecology and management of mammal invasions in forests. Biological Invasions 19(11): 3121-3139.

Latham, A. D. M., & al. 2018. Assessing the efficacy of aerial culling of introduced wild deer in New Zealand with analytical decomposition of predation risk. Biological Invasions 20(1): 251-266.

Latham, A. D. M., & al. 2015. Climate change turns up the heat on vertebrate pest control. Biological Invasions 17(10): 2821-2829.

Le Coeur, C., Chantepie, S., Pisanu, B., Chapuis, J.-L., Robert, A. 2016. Inter-annual and inter-individual variations in survival exhibit strong seasonality in a hibernating rodent. Oecologia, 181:795–807.

Le Coeur, C. 2015. Stratégies d’histoire de vie chez un Sciuridé introduit, le Tamia de Sibérie (Tamias sibiricus). Thèse de doctorat, MNHN, 227 p.

Le Coeur, C., Robert, A., Pisanu, B., Chapuis, J.-L. 2015. Seasonal variation in infestations by Ixodids on Siberian chipmunks: effects of host age, sex and birth season. Parasitology Research 114:2069-78.

Le Coeur, C., Thibault, M., Pisanu, B., Thibault, S., Chapuis, J.-L., Baudry, E. 2015. Temporally fluctuating selection on a personality trait in a wild rodent population. Behavioral Ecology, 26:1285-1291.

Lehr Brisbin, I., Mayer, J. J. 2001. Problem Pigs in a Poke: a good pool of data. Science’s Compass. 294: 1280-1281.

Lewis, D. S., & al. 2011. Conservation implications of small Indian mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus) predation in a hotspot within a hotspot: the Hellshire Hills, Jamaica. Biological Invasions 13(1): 25-33.

Lizarralde, M. S., & al. 2007. Assessing genetic variation and population structure of invasive North American beaver (Castor Canadensis Kuhl, 1820) in Tierra Del Fuego (Argentina). Biological Invasions 10(5): 673-683.

Long, M. S., & al. 2017. Impact of nonnative feral pig removal on soil structure and nutrient availability in Hawaiian tropical montane wet forests. Biological Invasions 19(3): 749-763. 

Lorvelec, O., Pascal, M., Delloue, X. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2007. Les mammifères terrestres non volants des Antilles françaises et l’introduction récente d’un écureuil. Revue d’Écologie (Terre Vie), 62 : 295-314.

Lorvelec & al. 2004. Impacts des Mammifères allochtones sur quelques espèces autochtones de l’îlet Fajou (réserve naturelle du Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin, Guadeloupe), établis à l’issue d’une tentative d’éradication. Terre et vie, 15 p.

Lorvelec, O., Pascal, M., & Pavis, C. 2001. Inventaire et statut des Mammifères des Antilles françaises (hors Chiroptères et Cétacés). Rapport AEVA, n°27, 22 p.

Marmet, J. 2008. Traits d’histoire de vie du Tamia de Sibérie Tamias sibiricus, espèce exotique naturalisée dans la forêt de Sénart (Essonne) : démographie, biologie de la reproduction, occupation de l’espace et dispersion. Thèse de doctorat, MNHN, 171 p.

Marmet, J. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2007. Répartition de l’Ecureuil de Corée (Tamias sibiricus), animal de compagnie exotique introduit en France : résultats de l’enquête nationale de 2005. Pp : 27-31, in : L. TILLON (ed), Les mammifères forestiers, 28ème Colloque de la SFEPM, 21-23 octobre 2005, Rambouillet (78), Collection dossiers forestiers, n° 18.

Marmet J., Pisanu, B. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2009. Home range, range overlap and site fidelity of introduced Siberian chipmunks in a suburban French forest. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 55: 497-504.

Marmet, J., Pisanu, B. & Chapuis, J.-L. 2011. Natal dispersal of introduced Siberian chipmunks, Tamias sibiricus, in a suburban forest. Journal of Ethology, 29: 23-29.

Marmet, J., Pisanu, B., Chapuis, J.-L., Jacob, G. & Baudry, E. 2012. Factors affecting male and female reproductive success in a chipmunk (Tamias sibiricus) with a scramble competition mating system. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 66: 1449-1457.

Marsot, M. 2011. Modification du risque d’une maladie multi-hôtes suite à l’introduction d’une espèce réservoir : cas de la maladie de Lyme et du tamia de Sibérie en Ile-de-France. Thèse de doctorat, Univ. Clermont-Ferrand, 174 p.

Marsot, M., Chapuis J.-L., Gasqui, P., Dozières, A., Masseglia, S., Pisanu, B., Ferquel, E., Vourc’h, G. 2013. Introduced Siberian chipmunks (Tamias sibiricus barberi) contribute more to Lyme borreliosis risk than native reservoir rodents. PLoS ONE, 8(1): e55377.

Marsot, M., Sigaud, M., Chapuis, J.-L., Ferquel, E., Cornet, M. & Vourc’h, G. 2011. Introduced Siberian chipmunks (Tamias sibiricus barberi) harbour more diverse Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato genospecies than native bank voles (Myodes glareolus). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77: 5716-5721.

Massé, A., Mainguy, J., Lemay, Y., Caron, A. & St-Laurent, M. H. 2011. Le chat domestique en milieu naturel au Québec : une espèce exotique envahissante. La société Provancher d’Histoire naturelle du Canada : 32-42.

Mazzamuto, M.V., Pisanu, B., Romeo, C., Ferrari, N., Preatoni, D.G., Wauters, L.A., Chapuis, J.-L., Martinoli, A. 2016. Poor parasite community of an invasive species: macroparasites of Pallas’s squirrel in Italy. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 53: 103-112.

Mazzamuto, M. V., & al. 2017. Space invaders: effects of invasive alien Pallas’s squirrel on home range and body mass of native red squirrel. Biological Invasions 19(6): 1863-1877.

Mazzamuto, M. V., & al. 2017. Interspecific competition between alien Pallas’s squirrels and Eurasian red squirrels reduces density of the native species. Biological Invasions 19(2): 723-735.

McLeod, R. 2004. Counting the Cost: Impact of Invasive Animals in Australia, 2004. Camberra: 82 pp.

Medina-Vogel, G., & al. 2013. Coexistence between the southern river otter and the alien invasive North American mink in marine habitats of southern Chile. Journal of Zoology 290(1): 27-34.

Melero, Y., & al. 2015. Density- and age-dependent reproduction partially compensates culling efforts of invasive non-native American mink. Biological Invasions 17(9): 2645-2657.

Moutou, F. & Pastoret, P.-P. 2010. Invasive mammals. In P.-P. Pastoret, F. Moutou (coord.) 2010. Invasive species. Part 2 : concrete examples. Rev. sci. Tech. Off. Int. Epiz., 29 (2) : 209-216.

Mulder, C. P. H., & al. 2008. Direct and indirect effects of rats: does rat eradication restore ecosystem functioning of New Zealand seabird islands? Biological Invasions 11(7): 1671-1688.

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