Impact of herbivory on performance of Vincetoxicum spp., invasive weeds in North America

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The alien invasive vines Vincetoxicum rossicum and Vincetoxicum nigrum (swallow-wort) are of major concern in eastern North America, where both species invade forested landscapes and threaten faunal and plant diversity. Among the few native natural enemies reported in Eurasia, the specialist chrysomelid, Chrysochus (Eumolpus) asclepiadeus (Coleoptera… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10530-011-9955-4

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@article{Maguire2011ImpactOH, title={Impact of herbivory on performance of Vincetoxicum spp., invasive weeds in North America}, author={Dorothy Y Maguire and Ren{\'e} François Henri Sforza and Sandy M. Smith}, journal={Biological Invasions}, year={2011}, volume={13}, pages={1229-1240} }