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1Support for major hypotheses in invasion biology is uneven and decliningNeoBiota0278
2Forecasting the global extent of invasion of the cereal pest Spodoptera frugiperda, the fall armywormNeoBiota0223
3Economic costs of invasive alien species across EuropeNeoBiota0148
4The economic cost of managing invasive species in AustraliaNeoBiota0141
5An inventory of invasive alien species in ChinaNeoBiota0140
6Planted forests and invasive alien trees in Europe: A Code for managing existing and future plantings to mitigate the risk of negative impacts from invasionsNeoBiota0121
7The Homogocene: a research prospectus for the study of biotic homogenisationNeoBiota0117
8Confronting the wicked problem of managing biological invasionsNeoBiota0114
9A conceptual framework for prioritization of invasive alien species for management according to their impactNeoBiota0112
10Assessing the environmental impacts of invasive alien plants: a review of assessment approachesNeoBiota089
11Black, Grey and Watch Lists of alien species in the Czech Republic based on environmental impacts and management strategyNeoBiota077
12Research on the social perception of invasive species: a systematic literature reviewNeoBiota073
13Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent tree invasions and mitigate their negative impactsNeoBiota072
14Understanding misunderstandings in invasion science: why experts don’t agree on common concepts and risk assessmentsNeoBiota070
15What are the economic costs of biological invasions? A complex topic requiring international and interdisciplinary expertiseNeoBiota070
16Secondary wind dispersal enhances long-distance dispersal of an invasive species in urban road corridorsNeoBiota069
17The role of eco-evolutionary experience in invasion successNeoBiota066
18MAcroecological Framework for Invasive Aliens (MAFIA): disentangling large-scale context dependence in biological invasionsNeoBiota066
19Quantifying the invasiveness of speciesNeoBiota063
20Detailed assessment of the reported economic costs of invasive species in AustraliaNeoBiota058
21Troubling travellers: are ecologically harmful alien species associated with particular introduction pathways?NeoBiota058
22Alien flora of Turkey: checklist, taxonomic composition and ecological attributesNeoBiota057
23Potential distribution range of invasive plant species in SpainNeoBiota056
24Economic costs of biological invasions within North AmericaNeoBiota055
25The economic costs of biological invasions around the worldNeoBiota055
26Impact assessment with different scoring tools: How well do alien amphibian assessments match?NeoBiota055
27The importance of assessing positive and beneficial impacts of alien speciesNeoBiota055
28Alien species and public health impacts in Europe: a literature reviewNeoBiota053
29Beasts or beauties? Laypersons’ perception of invasive alien plant species in Switzerland and attitudes towards their managementNeoBiota053
30Managing for biodiversity: impact and action thresholds for invasive plants in natural ecosystemsNeoBiota052
31Biological invasions and natural colonisations: are they that different?NeoBiota050
32The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)’s Post-2020 target on invasive alien species – what should it include and how should it be monitored?NeoBiota048
33Double trouble: the implications of climate change for biological invasionsNeoBiota047
34A subcontinental view of forest plant invasionsNeoBiota046
35Consistency of impact assessment protocols for non-native speciesNeoBiota045
36InvasiBES: Understanding and managing the impacts of Invasive alien species on Biodiversity and Ecosystem ServicesNeoBiota045
37Economic costs of invasive alien species in the Mediterranean basinNeoBiota044
38The economic cost of control of the invasive yellow-legged Asian hornetNeoBiota044
39Applying the Convention on Biological Diversity Pathway Classification to alien species in EuropeNeoBiota043
40Economic costs of biological invasions in AsiaNeoBiota042
41Urban trees facilitate the establishment of non-native forest insectsNeoBiota042
42Biological invasions and natural colonisations are different – the need for invasion scienceNeoBiota041
43The economic costs of biological invasions in Africa: a growing but neglected threat?NeoBiota040
44The economic costs of biological invasions in Central and South America: a first regional assessmentNeoBiota040
45Stomach contents from invasive American bullfrogs Rana catesbeiana (= Lithobates catesbeianus) on southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaNeoBiota040
46On the RIP: using Relative Impact Potential to assess the ecological impacts of invasive alien speciesNeoBiota040
47The economic costs of biological invasions in Brazil: a first assessmentNeoBiota039
48A subcontinental view of forest plant invasionsNeoBiota039
49The prioritisation of a short list of alien plants for risk analysis within the framework of the Regulation (EU) No. 1143/2014NeoBiota039
50Economic costs of biological invasions in the United KingdomNeoBiota038