Bernd Blossey
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Evolution of increased competitive ability in invasive nonindigenous plants: a hypothesis
B Blossey, R Notzold
Journal of Ecology 83 (5), 887-889, 1995
17731995
BELOWGROUND HERBIVORY BY INSECTS: Influence on Plants and Aboveground Herbivores
B Blossey, TR Hunt-Joshi
Annual review of entomology 48 (1), 521-547, 2003
3312003
Introduced species as evolutionary traps
MA Schlaepfer, PW Sherman, B Blossey, MC Runge
Ecology Letters 8 (3), 241-246, 2005
3032005
Mapping where ecologists work: biases in the global distribution of terrestrial ecological observations
LJ Martin, B Blossey, E Ellis
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (4), 195-201, 2012
3022012
Before, during and after: the need for long-term monitoring in invasive plant species management
B Blossey
Biological Invasions 1 (2-3), 301-311, 1999
2951999
Biological control of purple loosestrife
RA Malecki, B Blossey, SD Hight, D Schroeder, LT Kok, JR Coulson
BioScience 43 (10), 680-686, 1993
2941993
Impact and management of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in North America
B Blossey, LC Skinner, J Taylor
Biodiversity & Conservation 10 (10), 1787-1807, 2001
2792001
Classical biological control for the protection of natural ecosystems
RG Van Driesche, RI Carruthers, T Center, MS Hoddle, ...
Biological control 54, S2-S33, 2010
2292010
Earthworm invasion as the driving force behind plant invasion and community change in northeastern North American forests
VA Nuzzo, JC Maerz, B Blossey
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 966-974, 2009
1952009
Potential for biological control of Phragmites australis in North America
L Tewksbury, R Casagrande, B Blossey, P Häfliger, M Schwarzländer
Biological control 23 (2), 191-212, 2002
1572002
Establishment of Insect Biological Control Agents from Europe Against Lythrum salicaria in North America
SD Hight, B Blossey, J Laing, R Declerck-Floate
Environmental Entomology 24 (4), 967-977, 1995
1381995
Green frogs show reduced foraging success in habitats invaded by Japanese knotweed
JC Maerz, B Blossey, V Nuzzo
Biodiversity & Conservation 14 (12), 2901-2911, 2005
1352005
DEMOGRAPHIC MODELS INFORM SELECTION OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS FOR GARLIC MUSTARD (ALLIARIA PETIOLATA)
AS Davis, DA Landis, V Nuzzo, B Blossey, E Gerber, HL Hinz
Ecological Applications 16 (6), 2399-2410, 2006
1242006
Developing biological control of Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara and Grande (garlic mustard).
B Blossey, V Nuzzo, H Hinz, E Gerber
Natural Areas Journal 21 (4), 357-367, 2001
1242001
Declines in woodland salamander abundance associated with non‐native earthworm and plant invasions
JC Maerz, VA Nuzzo, B Blossey
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 975-981, 2009
1232009
Host specificity and environmental impact of two leaf beetles (Galerucella calmariensis and G. pusilla) for biological control of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
B Blossey, D Schroeder, SD Hight, RA Malecki
Weed Science, 134-140, 1994
1221994
The influence of below ground herbivory and plant competition on growth and biomass allocation of purple loosestrife
R Nötzold, B Blossey, E Newton
Oecologia 113 (1), 82-93, 1997
1071997
Can secondary compounds of an invasive plant affect larval amphibians?
JC Maerz, CJ Brown, CT Chapin, B Blossey
Functional Ecology 19 (6), 970-975, 2005
982005
The runaway weed: costs and failures of Phragmites australis management in the USA
LJ Martin, B Blossey
Estuaries and Coasts 36 (3), 626-632, 2013
942013
Invasive plant and experimental venue affect tadpole performance
CJ Brown, B Blossey, JC Maerz, SJ Joule
Biological Invasions 8 (2), 327-338, 2006
932006
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