Special Issue:
Behaviour in Aquatic Invasions
in press

Edited by:

Kit Magellan, University of Battambang, Cambodia


Amy Deacon, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago


Marian Wong, University of Wollongong, Australia

and

Mhairi Alexander, University of the West of Scotland, UK


Papers in this Special Issue explore how behaviour contributes to invasion success; native species’ behavioural strategies that reduce the impacts of invasions; how knowledge of behaviour can enhance management of invasive species; and potential effects of climate change on the behavioural impacts of aquatic invasive species.


Articles in press: this web page contains corrected proofs of peer reviewed accepted articles to be published in the special issue of Aquatic Invasions.
Corrected proofs are articles containing the authors' corrections and may, or may not yet have journal volume, issue, page and DOI numbers assigned.
Please be aware that although articles "in press" do not have all bibliographic details available yet, they can already be cited using the year of online publication as follows: Author(s) (2019), Article Title, Aquatic Invasions 14 (in press), DOI (if available).


 

Contents

Research articles

 
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Emelia Myles-Gonzalez, Adrienne McLean and Robert McLaughlin
Is there an impact of behaviour on trapping migratory invasive sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)? (in press)

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Matthew J. Greenlees and Richard Shine
Ontogenetic shift in toxicity of invasive cane toads facilitates learned avoidance by native predators (in press)

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Stephanie Cerato, Andrew R. Davis, Daniel Coleman and Marian Y.L. Wong
Reversal of competitive dominance between invasive and native freshwater crayfish species under near-future elevated water temperature (in press)

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Edward P. Levri, Rebecca Luft and Xiaosong Li
Predator detection and a possible dispersal behavior of the invasive New Zealand mud snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray, 1843) (in press)

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Morelia Camacho-Cervantes, Vianey Palomera-Hernadez and Constantino Macías García
Foraging behaviour of a native topminnow when shoaling with invaders (in press)

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Natasha Kruger, John Measey, Anthony Herrel and Jean Secondi
Anti-predator strategies of the invasive African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, to native and invasive predators in western France (in press)

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Kit Magellan, Timothy C. Bonebrake and David Dudgeon
Temperature effects on exploratory behaviour and learning ability of invasive mosquitofish (in press)

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Ming-Feng Chuang, Minjee Choe, Hakyung Kang, Amaël Borzée, Ajoung Kim, Sera Kwon, Musung Sung and Yikweon Jang
Microhabitat preference in American bullfrog tadpoles (Lithobates catesbeianus) in relation to predation pressure (in press)

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Amy E. Deacon, Susanta K. Ghosh, Anuradha Bhat and Anne E. Magurran
Predatory behaviour of female guppies (Poecilia reticulata) in a mosquito control context: the importance of social and habitat factors (in press)

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Tomas Brodin, Sean Fogarty, Andrew Sih and Julien Cote
Personality-dependent survival of the invasive mosquitofish: being social can be deadly (in press)

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Book review

 
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Daniel Sol and Judith S. Weis
Highlights and Insights from “Biological Invasions and Animal Behaviour (in press)

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Last update: 19 June 2019