Conservation biology

Green, P.T., Claussen, J & O’Dowd, D.J. (2010). Lost for a century: rediscovery of the endemic Ridley’s jewel orchid, Zeuxine exilis Ridl. (Orchidaceae), on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean.  Gardens Bulletin Singapore 61: 319-326.

Davis, N.E., O’Dowd, D.J., MacNally, R and Green P.T. (2010). Invasive ants disrupt frugivory by endemic island birds.  Biology Letters 6: 85-88.

O’Dowd, D.J. and Green, P.T. (2010). Invasional meltdown: do invasive ants facilitate secondary invasions?  Pp 271-272 in L. Lach, C. Parr and K. L. Abbott (eds). Ant Ecology. Oxford University Press.

Green, P.T. (2009). Land crabs on Christmas Island.  Pp 532-535 in R.G. Gillespie & D.A. Clague (eds). Encyclopedia of Islands.  University of California Press.

Green, P.T. & O’Dowd, D.J. (2009). Management of invasive invertebrates: lessons from the management of an invasive alien ant.  Pp 153 – 172 in M.N. Clout & P.A. Williams (eds).  Invasive Species Management: A Handbook of Principles and Techniques.  Oxford University Press.

Lindquist, E., Krauss, K., Green, P.T., O’Dowd, D.J., Sherman, P.M. & Smith, T.J. (2009). Land crabs as key drivers in tropical coastal forest recruitment.  Biological Reviews 84: 203-223.

Venn, S.E., Morgan, J.W. and Green, P.T. (2009). Do facilitative interactions with neighboring plants assist the growth of seedlings at high altitudes in alpine Australia? Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 41: 381-387.

Green, P.T., O’Dowd D.J. and Lake, P.S. (2008).  Recruitment dynamics in a rainforest seedling community: context-independent impact of a keystone consumer.  Oecologia 156: 373-385.

Davis, N.E., O’Dowd, D.J., Green, P.T. and Mac Nally, R. (2008). Effects of an alien ant invasion on abundance, behavior, and reproductive success of endemic island birds.  Conservation Biology 22: 1165-1176.

Abbott, K.L. and Green, P.T. (2007). Collapse of an ant-scale mutualism in rainforest on Christmas Island. Oikos, 116: 1238-1246.

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