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Invasive slugs as under-appreciated obstacles to rare plant restoration: evidence from the Hawaiian Islands
Introduced slugs have invaded many parts of the world where they were recognized as important pests of gardens and agriculture, but we know little about the effects of introduced slugs on rare plantsExpand
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The role of abiotic conditions in shaping the long-term patterns of a high-elevation Argentine ant invasion
Analysis of long-term patterns of invasion can reveal the importance of abiotic factors in influencing invasion dynamics, and can help predict future patterns of spread. In the case of the invasiveExpand
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Limiting Spread of a Unicolonial Invasive Insect and Characterization of Seasonal Patterns of Range Expansion
Limiting dispersal is a fundamental strategy in the control of invasive species, and in certain situations containment of incipient populations may be an important management technique. To test theExpand
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Unique Reintroduction Considerations in Hawaii: Case Studies from a Decade of Rare Plant Restoration at the Oahu Army Natural Resource Rare Plant Program
The extreme isolation of the Hawaiian Islands coupled with their sequential volcanic origin and gradual erosion from 4,000 meters above sea level down to sea mounts created a large variety ofExpand
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Improving ant eradications: details of more successes, a global synthesis and recommendations.
partly exacerbated by the lack of publication of project outcomes detailing both what did and didn’t work. Here we detail 11 eradications of five species, which are all the remaining eradicationsExpand
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Development of a Rodent Bait with Slug-Repellent Properties
Commensal rodents (invasive rats, Rattus spp., and house mice, Mus musculus) are established on most of the world’s land masses, damaging agriculture and infrastructure, spread disease, and areExpand
Notes on Status and Ecology of the Endangered Hawaiian Annual 'Awiwi, Centaurium sebaeoides (Gentianaceae) 1
The annual, endemic, coastal herb Centaurium sebaeoides is the only native Hawaiian species in the gentian family. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed it as Endangered under the EndangeredExpand
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Controlling the Invasive Moss Sphagnum palustre at Ka'ala, Island of O'ahu
Sphagnum palustre, a bog moss, was purposely introduced to what is now the Ka‘ala Natural Area Reserve on O‘ahu in the 1960's from the Kohala area of the Big Island of Hawai‘i, where it isExpand
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Development of tree snail protection enclosures: From design to implementation
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