• Are invasive populations characterized by a broader diet than native populations? 

      Courant, J.; Vogt, S.; Marques, R.; Measey, J.; Secondi, J.; Rebelo, R.; de Villiers, A.; Ihlow, F.; de Busschere, C.; Backeljau, T.; Rodder, D.; Herrel, A. (Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0, 2017)
      Background. Invasive species are among the most significant threats to biodiversity. The diet of invasive animal populations is a crucial factor that must be considered in the context of biological invasions. A broad dietary ...
    • Competition and feeding ecology in two sympatric Xenopus species (Anura: Pipidae) 

      Vogt, S.; de Villiers, F.A.; Ihlow, F.; Rodder, D.; Measey, J. (Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0, 2017)
      The widespread African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) occurs in sympatry with the IUCN Endangered Cape platanna (Xenopus gilli) throughout its entire range in the south-western Cape, South Africa. In order to investigate ...
    • Impacts of climate change on the global invasion potential of the African clawed frog Xenopus laevis 

      Ihlow, F.; Courant, J.; Secondi, J.; Herrel, A.; Rebelo, Rui; Measey, G.J.; Lillo, F.; De Villiers, F.A.; Vogt, S.; De Busschere, C.; Backeljau, T.; Rodder, D. (Public Library of Science, 2016)
      By altering or eliminating delicate ecological relationships, non-indigenous species are considered a major threat to biodiversity, as well as a driver of environmental change. Global climate change affects ecosystems and ...