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Anna Frances Probert
Anna Frances Probert
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The importance of assessing positive and beneficial impacts of alien species
G Vimercati, S Kumschick, AF Probert, L Volery, S Bacher
NeoBiota 62, 525, 2020
702020
Multiple exaggerated weapon morphs: a novel form of male polymorphism in harvestmen
CJ Painting, AF Probert, DJ Townsend, GI Holwell
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 16368, 2015
472015
The EICAT+ framework enables classification of positive impacts of alien taxa on native biodiversity
G Vimercati, AF Probert, L Volery, R Bernardo-Madrid, S Bertolino, ...
PLoS Biology 20 (8), e3001729, 2022
322022
Understanding uncertainty in the Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (ICAT) assessments
AF Probert, L Volery, S Kumschick, G Vimercati, S Bacher
272020
Functional similarity and dissimilarity facilitate alien plant invasiveness along biotic and abiotic gradients in an arid protected area
RF El-Barougy, I Elgamal, RP Rohr, AF Probert, AA Khedr, S Bacher
Biological Invasions 22, 1997-2016, 2020
232020
The importance of assessing positive and beneficial impacts of alien species. NeoBiota 62: 525–545
G Vimercati, S Kumschick, AF Probert, L Volery, S Bacher
212020
Consensus and controversy in the discipline of invasion science
RT Shackleton, G Vimercati, AF Probert, S Bacher, CA Kull, A Novoa
Conservation Biology 36 (5), e13931, 2022
202022
Application of the Socio-Economic Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (SEICAT) to a global assessment of alien bird impacts
T Evans, T Blackburn, J Jeschke, A Probert, S Bacher
NeoBiota 62, 123-142, 2020
172020
Conceptual risk framework: integrating ecological risk of introduced species with recipient ecosystems
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, SL Lin, MC Stanley
BioScience 70 (1), 71-79, 2020
162020
Identifying, reducing, and communicating uncertainty in community science: a focus on alien species
AF Probert, D Wegmann, L Volery, T Adriaens, R Bakiu, S Bertolino, ...
Biological Invasions 24 (11), 3395-3421, 2022
132022
Taming the terminological tempest in invasion science
I Soto, P Balzani, L Carneiro, RN Cuthbert, R MacÍdo, A Serhan Tarkan, ...
Biological Reviews, 2024
62024
High dietary niche overlap between non-native and native ant species in natural ecosystems
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, SJ Bury, SM Hermans, G Lear, ...
Environmental Entomology 50 (1), 86-96, 2021
52021
Invasion patterns of non-native ants in natural ecosystems in warm, temperate New Zealand
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, W Allison-Maxwell, MC Stanley
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 44 (1), 1-8, 2020
42020
Two new species of harvestmen (Opiliones, Eupnoi, Neopilionidae) from Waitomo, New Zealand
CK Taylor, A Probert
ZooKeys, 37, 2014
32014
Monetary impacts should be considered in biological invasion risk assessments
I Soto, PJ Haubrock, RN Cuthbert, D Renault, AF Probert, AS Tarkan
Journal of Applied Ecology 60 (11), 2309-2313, 2023
22023
Benefits do not balance costs of biological invasions
L Carneiro, PE Hulme, RN Cuthbert, M Kourantidou, A Bang, ...
BioScience, biae010, 2024
12024
Using the IUCN Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa to inform decision‐making
S Kumschick, S Bertolino, TM Blackburn, G Brundu, KE Costello, ...
Conservation Biology, e14214, 2023
12023
Assessing risk to native ecosystems: using exotic ants as a model
A Probert
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2019
12019
Clarification and guidance on the use of the Socio-Economic Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (SEICAT) framework
AF Probert, G Vimercati, S Kumschick, L Volery, S Bacher
NeoBiota 89, 45-70, 2023
2023
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