• Division of labour brings greater benefits to clones of Carpobrotus edulis in the non-native range: evidence for rapid adaptive evolution 

      Roiloa, S.R.; Retuerto, R.; Campoy, J.G.; Novoa, A.; Barreiro, R. (Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC BY), 2016)
      Why some species become invasive while others do not is a central research request in biological invasions. Clonality has been suggested as an attribute that could contribute to plant invasiveness. Division of labor is an ...
    • Monographs of invasive plants in Europe: Carpobrotus 

      Campoy, J.G.; Acosta, A.T.R.; Affre, L.; Barreiro, R.; Brundu, G.; Buisson, E.; Gonzalez, L.; Lema, M.; Novoa, A.; Retuerto, R.; Roiloa, S.R.; Fagundez, J. (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
      This report synthesizes all aspects of the taxonomy, distribution, history of introduction and spread, ecological constrains (including preferred climate, substratum and habitats), responses to biotic and abiotic factors, ...