• Improving Darwin Core for research and management of alien species 

      Groom, Q.; Desmet, P.; Reyserhove, L.; Adriaens, T.; Oldoni, D.; Vanderhoeven, S.; Baskauf, S.J.; Chapman, A.; McGeoch, M.; Walls, R.; Wieczorek, J.; Wilson, J.R.U.; Zermoglio, P.F.F.; Simpson, A. (2019)
      To improve the suitability of the Darwin Core standard for the research and management of alien species, the standard needs to express the native status of organisms, how well established they are and how they came to ...
    • Stronger regional biosecurity is essential to prevent hundreds of harmful biological invasions 

      Faulkner, K.T.; Robertson, M.P.; Wilson, J.R.U. (2020)
      Biological invasions often transcend political boundaries, but the capacity of countries to prevent invasions varies. How this variation in biosecurity affects the invasion risks posed to the countries involved is unclear. ...
    • Studying earthworms (Annelida: Oligochaeta) in South Africa 

      Nxele, T.C.; Lamani, S.; Measey, G.J.; Armstrong, A.J.; Plisko, J.D.; Willos-Munro, S.; Janion-Scheepers, C.; Wilson, J.R.U. (Council of the KwaZulu-Natal Museum, 2015)
      Earthworms are an important component of southern African invertebrate diversity, due both to their influential roles in soil ecosystems, and the relatively large number of species. As of 2010, there were 282 indigenous ...