Elizabeth Wandrag
Elizabeth Wandrag
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Reproductive biology of Australian acacias: important mediator of invasiveness?
MR Gibson, DM Richardson, E Marchante, H Marchante, JG Rodger, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 911-933, 2011
Reduced availability of rhizobia limits the performance but not invasiveness of introduced Acacia
EM Wandrag, A Sheppard, RP Duncan, PE Hulme
Journal of Ecology 101 (5), 1103-1113, 2013
Seed dispersal increases local species richness and reduces spatial turnover of tropical tree seedlings
EM Wandrag, AE Dunham, RP Duncan, HS Rogers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), 10689-10694, 2017
Mutualistic strategies minimize coextinction in plant–disperser networks
EC Fricke, JJ Tewksbury, EM Wandrag, HS Rogers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1854), 20162302, 2017
Landscape effects on the spread of invasive species
A O’Reilly-Nugent, R Palit, A Lopez-Aldana, M Medina-Romero, ...
Current Landscape Ecology Reports 1 (3), 107-114, 2016
Global gene flow releases invasive plants from environmental constraints on genetic diversity
AL Smith, TR Hodkinson, J Villellas, JA Catford, AM Csergő, SP Blomberg, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (8), 4218-4227, 2020
Mutualism vs. antagonism in introduced and native ranges: Can seed dispersal and predation determine Acacia invasion success?
EM Wandrag, A Sheppard, RP Duncan, PE Hulme
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15 (3), 171-179, 2013
Vertebrate seed dispersers maintain the composition of tropical forest seedbanks
EM Wandrag, AE Dunham, RH Miller, HS Rogers
AoB Plants 7, 2015
Measuring competitive impact: joint‐species modelling of invaded plant communities
A O'Reilly‐Nugent, EM Wandrag, JA Catford, B Gruber, D Driscoll, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2020
Cointroductions of Australian acacias and their rhizobial mutualists in the Southern Hemisphere
S Warrington, A Ellis, A Novoa, EM Wandrag, PE Hulme, RP Duncan, ...
Journal of Biogeography, 2019
Availability of soil mutualists may not limit non‐native Acacia invasion but could increase their impact on native soil communities
EM Wandrag, C Birnbaum, MM Klock, LG Barrett, PH Thrall
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2020
Effect of detection heterogeneity in occupancy‐detection models: an experimental test of time‐to‐first‐detection methods
M Medina‐Romero, A O'Reilly‐Nugent, A Davidson, J Bray, E Wandrag, ...
Ecography 42 (9), 1514-1522, 2019
Quantifying niche availability, niche overlap and competition for recruitment sites in plant populations without explicit knowledge of niche axes
EM Wandrag, JA Catford, RP Duncan
Journal of Ecology, 2019
Length of cultivation determines native and non-native weed richness in crop fields worldwide
M Ikegami, E Wandrag, RP Duncan, PE Hulme
Biological Invasions, 1-13, 2018
Pollinators and predators at home and away: do they determine invasion success for Australian Acacia in New Zealand?
EM Wandrag, AW Sheppard, RP Duncan, PE Hulme
Journal of Biogeography 42 (4), 619-629, 2015
Calculating the uncertainty associated with log response ratios in plant–soil feedback studies
SE Bates, EM Wandrag, RP Duncan
Plant Ecology, 1-8, 2019
Competition between native and non-native plants.
EM Wandrag, JA Catford
Plant Invasions: The Role of Biotic Interactions 13, 281, 2020
Phylogenetic signals and predictability in plant–soil feedbacks
EM Wandrag, SE Bates, LG Barrett, JA Catford, PH Thrall, ...
New Phytologist 228 (4), 1440-1449, 2020
Ant preference for seeds without awns increases removal of exotic relative to native grass seeds
EM Wandrag, HR Copeland, RP Duncan
Ecological Entomology, 2020
Restoring seed dispersal to an empty forest: A case study from the island of Guam
HS Rogers, EC Fricke, AM Gawel, H Pollock, E Rehm, J Savidge, ...
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
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