• Elucidating the native sources of an invasive tree species, Acacia pycnantha, reveals unexpected native range diversity and structure 

      Ndlovu, J.; Richardson, D.M.; Wilson, J.R.U.; O'Leary, M.; Le Roux, J.J. (Oxford University Press, 2013)
      † Background and Aims Understanding the introduction history of invasive plant species is important for their management and identifying effective host-specific biological control agents. However, uncertain taxonomy, intra- ...
    • Global actions for managing cactus invasions 

      Novoa, A.; Brundu, G.; Day, M.D.; Deltoro, V.; Essl, F.; Foxcroft, L.C.; Fried, G.; Kaplan, H.; Kumschick, S.; Lloyd, S.; Marchante, E.; Marchante, H.; Paterson, I.D.; Pyšek, P.; Richardson, D.M.; Witt, A.; Zimmermann, H.G.; Wilson, J.R.U. (2019)
      The family Cactaceae Juss. contains some of the most widespread and damaging invasive alien plant species in the world, with Australia (39 species), South Africa (35) and Spain (24) being the main hotspots of invasion. The ...
    • National-scale strategic approaches for managing introduced plants: insights from Australian acacias in South Africa 

      van Wilgen, B.W.; Dyer, C.; Hoffmann, J.H.; Ivey, P.; Le Maitre, D.C.; Moore, J.L.; Richardson, D.M.; Rouget, M.; Wannenburgh, A.; Wilson, J.R.U. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011)
      Aim A range of approaches and philosophies underpin national-level strategies for managing invasive alien plants. This study presents a strategy for the management of taxa that both have value and do harm. Location South ...
    • A tree well travelled: global genetic structure of the invasive tree Acacia saligna 

      Thompson, G.D.; Bellstedt, D.U.; Richardson, D.M.; Wilson, J.R.U.; Le Roux, J.J. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2015)
      Aim Invasiveness of an introduced species in one region is often used to predict risk and inform management of the same species elsewhere. This assumes that entities in both regions are equivalent in their ecology and ...