Adalia bipunctata

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Appendix A. Publications describing primary research on the ecological effects of the 72 invasive alien insects listed in Table 1. Criteria for being included in the list are described in the text. Some publications are cited for more than one species.
Adalia bipunctata

Kajita Y, Takano F, Yasuda H, Agarwala BK (2000) Effects of indigenous ladybird species (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) on the survival of an exotic species in relation to prey abundance. Appl Entomol Zool 35:473-479

Kajita Y, Takano F, Yasuda H, Evans EW (2006) Interactions between introduced and native predatory ladybirds (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae): factors influencing the success of species introductions. Ecol Entomol 31:58-67

Kajita Y, Yasuda H, Evans EW (2006) Effects of native ladybirds on oviposition of the exotic species, Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), in Japan. Appl Entomol Zool 41:57-61

Sato S, Dixon AFG (2004) Effect of intraguild predation on the survival and development of three species of aphidophagous ladybirds: consequences for invasive species. Agr For Entomol 6:21-24
Adelges piceae

Arthur FH, Hain FP (1986) water potential of Fraser fir infested with balsam woolly adelgid (Homoptera: Adelgidae). Environ Entomol 15:911-913

Balch RE (1952) Studies of the balsam woolly aphid, Adelges piceae (Ratz.) and its effects on balsam fir, Abies balsamea (L.). Mill Can Dep Agric Pub 867:1-76

Barker M, Miegroet H van, Nicholas NS, Creed IF (2002) Variation in overstory nitrogen uptake in a small, high-elevation southern Appalachian spruce-fir watershed. Can J Forest Res 32:1741-1752

Busing RT, Clebsch EEC, Eagar CC, Pauley EF (1988) Two decades of change in a Great Smoky Mountains spruce-fir forest. Bull Torrey Bot Club 115:25-31

Busing RT, Pauley EF (1994) Mortality trends in a southern Appalachian red spruce population. Forest Ecol Manage 64:41-45

Dull CW, Ward JD, Brown HD, Ryan GW, Clerke WH, Uhler RJ (1988) Evaluation of spruce and fir mortality in the southern Appalachian mountains. Protection Report R8-PR13. USDA Forest Service Southern Region, Atlanta, Georgia

Fedde GF (1973) Cone production in Fraser firs infested by the balsam woolly aphid, Adelges piceae (Homoptera: Phylloxeridae). J Georgia Entomol Soc 8:127-130

Fedde GF (1973) Impact of the balsam woolly aphid (Homoptera: Phylloxeridae) on cones and seed produced by infested Fraser fir. Can Entomol 105:673-680

Hollingsworth RG, Hain FP (1994) Balsam woolly adelgid (Homoptera: Adelgidae): effects on growth and abnormal wood production in Fraser fir seedlings as influenced by seedling genetics, insect source, and soil source. Can J Forest Res 24:2284-2294

Hollingsworth RG, Hain FP (1994) Effect of drought stress and infestation by the balsam woolly adelgid (Homoptera: Adelgidae) on abnormal wood production in Fraser fir. Can J Forest Res 24:2295-2297

Jenkins MA (2003) Impact of the balsam woolly adelgid (Adelges piceae Ratz.) on an Abies fraseri (Pursh) Poir. dominated stand near the summit of Mount LeConte, Tennessee. Castanea 68:109-118

Nicholas NS, Zedaker SM, Eagar C (1992) A comparison of overstory community structure in three southern Appalachian spruce-fir forests. Bull Torrey Bot Club 119: 316-332

Page G (1975) The impact of balsam wooly aphid damage on balsam fir stands in Newfoundland. Can J For Res 5:195-209

Pauley EF, Clebsch EEC (1990) Patterns of Abies fraseri regeneration in a Great Smoky Mountains spruce-fir forest. Bull Torrey Bot Club 117:375-381

Rabenold KN, Fauth PT, Goodner BW, Sadowski JA, Parker PG (1998) Response of avian communities to disturbance by an exotic insect in spruce-fir forests of the southern Appalachians. Conserv Biol 12:177-189

Schooley HO (1976) Effect of Balsam wooly aphid on cone and seed production by balsam fir. Forest Chron 52:237-239

Smith GF, Nicholas NS (1998) Patterns of overstory composition in the fir and fir-spruce forests of the Great Smoky Mountains after balsam woolly adelgid infestation. Am Midl Nat 139:340-352

Smith GF, Nicholas NS (2000) Size- and age-class distributions of Fraser fir following balsam woolly adelgid infestation. Can J Forest Res 30:948-957

Witter JA, Ragenovich IR (1986) Regeneration of Fraser fir at Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina, after depredations by the balsam woolly adelgid. Forest Sci 32:585-594

Adelges tsugae

Brooks RT (2001) Effects of the removal of overstory hemlock from hemlock-dominated forests on eastern redback salamanders. Forest Ecol Manage 149:197-204

Cobb RC, Orwig DA, Currie S (2006) Decomposition of green foliage in eastern hemlock forests of southern New England impacted by hemlock woolly adelgid infestations. Can J Forest Res 36:1331-1341

Eschtruth AK, Cleavitt NL, Battles JJ, Evans RA, Fahey T. J (2006) Vegetation dynamics in declining eastern hemlock stands: 9 years of forest response to hemlock woolly adelgid infestation. Can J Forest Res 36:1435-1450

Ford CR, Vose JM (2007) Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr. mortality will impact hydrologic processes in Southern Appalachian forest ecosystems. Ecol Appl 17:1156-1167

Garcia Bailo B, Emison MRC, Coleman WB, Burk CJ (2004) Thirty-six years of change in an eastern hemlock-white pine stand in Westen Massachusetts. Rhodora 106:273-286

Goslee SC, Niering WA, Urban DL, Christensen NL (2005) Influence of environment, history and vegetative interactions on stand dynamics in a Connecticut forest. J Torrey Bot Soc 132:471-482

Jenkins JC, Aber JD, Canham CD (1999) Hemlock woolly adelgid impacts on community structure and N cycling rates in eastern hemlock forests. Can J Forest Res 29: 630-645

Kizlinski ML, Orwig DA, Cobb RC, Foster DR (2002) Direct and indirect ecosystem consequences of an invasive pest on forests dominated by eastern hemlock. J Biogeogr 29:1489-1503

Lishawa SC, Bergdahl DR, Costa SD (2007) Winter conditions in eastern hemlock and mixed-hardwood deer wintering areas of Vermont. Can J Forest Res 37:697-703

Onken BP (1996) Long-term impact assessment of eastern hemlock forests. In: Salom, SM, Tigner TC, Reardon RC (eds) Proceedings of the first hemlock woolly adelgid review, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. 12 October 1995, pp58-63

Orwig DA, Foster DR (1998) Forest response to the introduced hemlock woolly adelgid in southern New England, USA. J Torrey Bot Soc 125:60-73

Orwig DA, Foster DR, Mausel DL (2002) Landscape patterns of hemlock decline in New England due to the introduced hemlock woolly adelgid. J Biogeogr 29:1475-1487

Small MJ, Small CJ, Dreyer GD (2005) Changes in a hemlock-dominated forest following woolly adelgid infestation in southern New England. J Torrey Bot Soc 132: 458-470

Stadler B, Müller T, Orwig D (2006) The ecology of energy and nutrient fluxes in hemlock forests invaded by hemlock woolly adelgid. Ecology 87:1792-1804

Stadler B, Müller T, Orwig D, Cobb R (2005) Hemlock woolly adelgid in New England forests: canopy impacts transforming ecosystem processes and landscapes. Ecosystems 8:233-247

Tingley MW, Orwig DA, Field R, Motzkin G (2002) Avian response to removal of a forest dominant: consequences of hemlock woolly adelgid infestations. J Biogeogr 29:1505-1516

Weckel M, Tirpak JM, Nagy C, Christie R (2006) Structural and compositional change in an old-growth eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis forest, 1965-2004. Forest Ecol Manage 231:114-118

Yorks TE, Leopold DJ, Raynal DJ (2003) Effects of Tsuga canadensis mortality on soil water chemistry and understory vegetation: possible consequences of an invasive insect herbivore. Can J Forest Res 33:1525-1537
Aedes albopictus

Aliabadi BW, Juliano SA (2002) Escape from gregarine parasites affects the competitive interactions of an invasive mosquito. Biol Invasions 4:283-297

Carrieri M, Bacchi M, Bellini R, Maini S (2003) On the competition occurring between Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) in Italy. Environ Entomol 32:1313-1321

Edgerly JS, Willey MS, Livdahl TP (1993) The community ecology of Aedes egg hatching: implications for a mosquito invasion. Ecol Entomol 18:123-128

Edgerly JS, Willey MS, Livdahl TP (1999) Intraguild predation among larval treehole mosquitoes, Aedes albopictus, Ae. aegypti, and Ae. triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae), in laboratory microcosms. J Med Entomol 36:394-399

Ho BC, Ewert A, Chew LM (1989) Interspecific competition among Aedes aegypti, Ae. albopictus, and Ae. triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae): larval development in mixed cultures. J Med Entomol 26:615-623

Livdahl TP, Willey MS (1991) Prospects for an invasion competition between Aedes albopictus and native Aedes triseriatus. Science 253:189-191

Lounibos LP, O'Meara GF, Escher RL, Nishimura N, Cutwa M, Nelson T, Campos RE, Juliano SA (2001) Testing Predictions of Displacement of Native Aedes by the Invasive Asian Tiger Mosquito Aedes Albopictus in Florida, USA. Biol Invasions 3:151-166

Novak MG, Higley LG, Christianssen CA, Rowley WA (1993) Evaluating larval competition between Aedes albopictus and A. triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae) through replacement series experiments. Environ Entomol 22:311-318

Teng HJ, Apperson CS (2000) Development and survival of immature Aedes albopictus and Aedes triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae) in the laboratory: effects of density, food, and competition on response to temperature. J Med Entomol 37:40-52

Yee DA, Kaufman MG, Juliano SA (2007) The significance of rations of detritus types and micro-organism productivity to competitive interactions between aquatic insect detritivores. J Anim Ecol 76:1105-1115
Andricus spp.

Schönrogge K and Crawley MJ (2000) Quantitative webs as a means of assessing the impact of alien insects. J Anim Ecol 69:841-868

Anoplolepis gracilipes

Abbott KL (2005) Supercolonies of the invasive yellow crazy ant, Anoplolepis gracilipes, on an oceanic island: forager activity patterns, density and biomass. Insect Soc 52:266-273

Abbott KL (2006) Spatial dynamics of supercolonies of the invasive yellow crazy ant, Anoplolepis gracilipes, on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. Diversity and Distributions 12:101-110

Abbott KL (2007) Behaviourally and gentically distinct populations of an invasive ant provide insight into invasion history and impact on a tropical ant community. Biol Invasions 9:453-463

Abbott KL, Green PT (2007) Collapse of an ant-scale mutualism in a rainforest on Christmas Island. Oikos 116:1238-1246

Feare C (1999) Ants take over from rats on Bird Island, Seychelles. Bird Conserv Int 9:95-96

Gerlach J (2004) Impact of the invasive crazy ant Anoplolepis gracilipes on Bird Island, Seychelles. J Insect Conserv 8:15-25

Gillespie RG, Reimer N (1993) The effect of alien predatory ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) on Hawaiian endemic spiders (Araneae: Tetragnathidae). Pac Sci 47:21-33

Haines IH, Haines JB (1978) Pest status of the crazy ant, Anoplolepis longipes (Jerdon) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the Seychelles. Bull Entomol Res 68:627-638

Hill M, Holm K, Vel T, Shah NJ, Matyot P (2003) Impact of the introduced yellow crazy ant Anoplolepis gracilipes on Bird Island, Seychelles. Biodivers Conserv 12:1969-1984

Lester PJ, Tavite A (2004) Long-Legged ants, Anoplolepis gracilipes (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), have invaded Tokelau, changing composition and dynamics of ant and invertebrate communities. Pac Sci 58:391-401

Meek PD (2000) The decline and current status of the Christmas Island Shrew Crocidura attenuata trichura on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. Aust Mammal 22:43-49

O’Dowd DJ, Green PT, Lake, PS (2003) Invasion “meltdown” on an oceanic island. Ecol Lett 6:812-817

Sarty M, Abbott KL, Lester PJ (2007) Community level impacts of an ant invader and food mediated coexistence. Insect Soc 54:166-173

Soans AB, Soans JS (1971) A case of intergeneric competition and replacement in the ants, Oecophylla smaragdina Fabricius and Anoplolepis longipes Jerdon (Hymenoptera:Formicidae).J Bombay Nat Hist Soc 68:289-290

Veeresh GK, Gubbaiah (1984) A report on the 'crazy ant' (Anoplolepis longipes Jerdon) menace in Karnataka. J Soil Biol Ecol 4:65-73

Ward D, Beggs J (2007) Coexistence, habitat patterns and the assembly of ant communities in the Yasawa islands, Fiji. Acta Oecol 32:215-223
Aphidius ervi

Schellhorn NA, Kuhman TR, Olson AC, Ives AR (2002) Competition between native and introduced parasitoids of aphids: non-target effects and biological control. Ecology 83:2745-2757

Apis mellifera

Barthell JF, Randall JM, Thorp RW, Wenner AM (2001) Promotion of seed set in yellow star-thistle by honey bees: evidence of an invasive mutualism. Ecol Appl 11:1870-1883

Carmo RM do, Franceschinelli EV, Silveira FA da (2004) Introduced honeybees (Apis mellifera) reduce pollination success without affecting the floral resource taken by native pollinators. Biotropica 36: 371-376

De La Rùa P, Serrano J, Galian J (2002) Biodiversity of Apis mellifera populations from Tenerife (Canary Islands) and hybridisation with East European races. Biodivers Conserv 11:59-67

Dupont YL, Hanse DM, Valido A, Olesen JM (2003) Impact of introduced honeybees on native pollination interactions of the endemic Echium wildpretii (Boraginaceae) on Tenerife, Canary Islands. Biol Conserv 118:301-311

Goulson D and Derwent LC (2004) Synergistic interactions between an exotic honeybee and an exotic weed: pollination of Lantana camara in Australia. Weed Res 44:195-202

Goulson D, Stout JC, Kells AR (2002) Do exotic bumblebees and honeybees compete with native flower-visiting insects in Tasmania? J Insect Conserv 6:179-189

Gross CL (2001) The effect of introduced honeybees on native bee visitation and fruit-set in Dillwynia juniperina (Fabaceae) in a fragmented ecosystem. Biol Conserv 102:89-95

Gross CL, Mackay D (1998) Honeybees reduce fitness in the pioneer shrub Melastoma affine (Melastomataceae). Bio Conserv 86:169-178

Hansen DM, Olesen JM, Jones CG (2002) Trees birds and bees in Mauritius: Exploitable competition between introduced honeybees and endemic nectarivorous birds. J Biogeogr 29:721-734

Jensen AB, Palmer KA, Boomsma JJ, Pedersen BV (2005) Varying degrees of Apis mellifera ligustica introgression in protected populations of the black honeybee, Apis mellifera mellifera, in northwest Europe. Mol Ecol 14:93-106

Kato M, Shibata A, Yasui T, Nagamasu H (1999) Impact of introduced honeybees, Apis mellifera, upon native bee communities in the Bonin (Ogasawara) Islands. Res Pol Ecol 41:217-228

Oldroyd BP, Lawler SH, Crozier RH (1994) Do feral honey bees (Apis mellifera) and regent parrots (Polytelis anthopeplus) compete for nest sites? Austral J Ecol 19:444-450

Paini DR, Roberts JD (2005) Commercial honey bees (Apis mellifera) reduce the fecundity of an Australian native bee (Hylaeus alcyoneus). Biol Conserv 123:103-112

Paini DR, Williams MR, Roberts JD (2005) No short-term impact of honey bees on the reproductive success of an Australian native bee. Apidologie 36:613-621

Pinkus-Rendon MA, Parra-Tabla V, Meléndez-Ramírez V (2005) Floral resource use and interactions between Apis mellifera and native bees in cucurbit crops in Yucatán, México. Can Entomol 137:441-449

Roubik DW (1978) Competitive interactions between neotropical pollinators and Africanized honey bees. Science 201:1030-1032

Roubik DW(1982) Ecological impact of Africanized honeybees on native neotropical pollinators. Social insects in the tropics 1:233-247

Roubik DW, Wolda H (2001) Do competing honey bees matter? Dynamics and abundance of native bees before and after honey bee invasion. Pop Ecol 43:53-62

Roubik DW (1996) African honey bees as exotic pollinators in French Guiana. In Matheson A, Buchmann SL, O'Toole C, Westrich P, Williams ID (eds) The Conservation of Bees. Lin Soc Symp Series 18. Academic Press, London, pp 73-182

Schaffer WM, Zeh DH, BuchmannSL, Kleinhans S, Schaffer MV, Antrim J (1983) Competition for nectar between introduced honey bees and native North American bees and ants. Ecology 64:564-577

Semida F, Elbanna S (2006) Impact of introduced honey bees on native bees at St. Katherine protectorate, South Sinai, Egypt. Intern J Agr Biol 8:191-194

Stout JC, Kells AR, Goulson D (2002) Pollination of a sleeper weed, Lupinus arboreus, by introduced bumblebees in Tasmania. Biol Conserv 106:425-434

Sudgen EA, Pyke GH (1991) Effects of honeybees on colonies of Exoneura asimillima, an Australian native bee. Austr J Ecol 16:71-181.

Thomson DM (2004) Competitive interactions between the invasive European honey bee and native bumble bees. Ecology 85:458-470

Thomson DM (2006) Detecting the effects of introduced species: a case study of competition between Apis and Bombus. Oikos 114:407-418

Thorp RW (1996) Resource overlap among native and introduced bees in California. In Matheson A, Buchmann SL, O'Toole C, Westrich P, Williams ID (eds) The Conservation of Bees. Lin Soc Symp Series 18. Academic Press, London, pp. 143-151

Vaughton G (1996) Pollination disruption by European honeybees in the Australian bird-pollinated shrub Grevillea barklyana (Proteaceae). Plant Syst Evol 200:89-100

Yang GH (2005) Harm of introducing the western honeybee Apis mellifera L. to the Chinese honeybee Apis cerana F. and its ecological impact. Acta Entomol Sin 48:401-406
Bemisia tabaci

Liu SS, De Barro PJ, Xu J, Luan JB, Zang LS, Ruan YM, Wan FH (2007) Asymmetric mating interactions drive widespread invasion and displacement in a whitefly. Science 318:1769-1772

Bessa remota

Tothill JD, Taylor THC, Paine RW (1930) The coconut moth in Fiji – a history of its control by means of its parasites. Imp Bur Entomol, London p 296

Bombus terrestris

Colla SR, Otterstatter MC, Gegear RJ, Thomson JD (2006) Plight of the bumble bee: pathogen spillover from commercial to wild populations. Biol Conserv 129 :461-467

Dafni A, Shmida A (1996) The possible implications of the invasion of Bombus terrestris L. (Apidae) at Mt. Carmel, Israel. In: The Conservation of Bees. A. Matheson, S.L. Buchmann, Ch. O'Toole, P. Westrich and I.H. Williams. Linnean Society Symposium Series No 18. Academic Press, London.pp. 183-200.

Goulson D, Stout JC, Kells AR (2002) Do exotic bumblebees and honeybees compete with native flower-visiting insects in Tasmania? J Insect Conserv 6:179-189

Hingston AB, McQuillan PB (1999) Displacement of Tasmanian native megachilid bees by the recently introduced bumblebee Bombus terrestris (Linnaeus, 1758) (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Aust J Zool 47:59-65

Inari N, Nagamitsu T, Kenta T, Goka K, Hiura T (2005) Spatial and temporal pattern of introduced Bombus terrestris abundance in Hokkaido, Japan, and its potential impact on native bumblebees. Pop Ecol 47:77-82

Ings TC, Ward NL, Chittka L (2006) Can commercially imported bumble bees out-compete their native conspecifics? J Appl Ecol 43: 940-948

Ings TC, Raine NE, Chittka L (2005a) Mating preference of commercially imported bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) in Britain (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Entomol Gen 28:233–238

Ings TC, Schikora J, Chittka L (2005b) Bumblebees, humble pollinators or assiduous invaders? A population comparison of foraging performance in Bombus terrestris. Oecologia, 144:508–516

Kenta T, Inari N, Nagamitsu T, Goka K, Hiura T (2007) Commercialized European bumblebee can cause pollination disturbance: an experiment on seven native plant species in Japan. Biol Conserv 134:298-309

Mitsuhata M, Ono M (1996) Hybridization between Japanese and European bumblebees (Bombus spp.). In: 7th International Pollination Symposium. Lethbridge, Canada.

Nagamitsu T, Kenta T, Inari N, Horita H, Goka K, Hiura T (2007) Foraging interactions between native and exotic bumblebees: enclosure experiments using native flowering plants. J Insect Conserv 11:123-130

Nagamitsu T, Kenta T, Inari N, Kato E, Hiura T (2007) Abundance, body size, and morphology of bumblebees in an area where an exotic species, Bombus terrestris, has colonized in Japan. Ecol Res 22:331-341

Stout JC, Kells AR, Goulson D (2002) Pollination of a sleeper weed, Lupinus arboreus, by introduced bumblebees in Tasmania. Biol Conserv 106:425-434

Cactoblastis cactorum

Stiling PD, Moon DC (2001) Protecting rare Florida cacti from attack by the exotic cactus moth, Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Fla entomol 84:506-509

Cales noaki

Viggiani G (1994) Recent cases of interspecific competition between parasitoids of the family Aphelinidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea). Norw J Agr Sci No SUPP 16:353-359

Calliphora vicina

Chevrier M, Vernon P, Frenot Y (1997) Potential effects of two alien insects on a subantarctic wingless fly in the Kerguelen Islands. In: Battaglia B, Valencia J, Walton DWH (Eds.) Antarctic Communities: Species, Structure and Survival. Cambridge, University Press, Cambridge, UK pp424-431

Chilo partellus

Kfir R (1997) Competitive displacement of Busseola fusca (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) by Chilo partellus (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Ann Entomol Soc Am 90:619-624

Chrysomya albiceps

Del Bianco Faria L, Orsi L, Trinca LA, Godoy WAC (1999) Larval predation by Chrysomya albiceps on Cochliomyia macellaria, Chrysomya megacephala and Chrysomya putoria. Entomol Exp Appl 90:149-155

Guimaraes JH, Prado AP, Buralli GM (1979) Dispersal and distribution of three newly introduced species of Chrysomya Robineau-Desvoidy in Brazil (Diptera, Calliphoridae). Rev Bras Entomol 23:245-255
Chrysomya putoria

Reis SF, Zuben CJ von, Godoy WAC (1999) Larval aggregation and competition for food in experimental populations of Chrysomya putoria (Wied) and Cochliomyia macellaria (F.) (Dipt., Calliphoridae). J Appl Entomol 123:485-489

Chrysomya rufifacies

Watson EJ, Carlton CE (2005) Insect succession and decomposition of wildlife carcasses during fall and witer in Louisiana. J Med Entomol 42:193-203

Wells JD, Greenberg B (1992) Interaction between Chrysomya rufifacies and Cochliomyia macellaria (Diptera: calliphoridae): the possible consequences of an invasion. Bull Entomol Res 82:133-137

Wells JD, Greenberg B (1992) Laboratory interaction between introduced Chrysomya ruficascies and native Cochliomyia macellaria (Diptera:Calliforidae). Environ Entomol 21:640-645

Wells JD, Kurahashi H (1997) Chrysomya megacephala (Fabr.) is more resistant to attack by Ch. rufifacies (Macquart) in a laboratory arena than is Cochliomyia macellaria (Fabr.) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Pan-Pac Entomol 73:16-20
Cicindelidia trifasciata

Cassola F, Roque-Albelo L, Desender K.(2000) The endemic Galapagos Tiger Beetle threatened with extinction? Not Galapagos 61:23-25

Desender K, Baert L, Maelfait JP (1992). El Nino: events and the establishment of ground beetles in the Galapagos Archipelago. Bull Inst Roy Sci Nat Belg Entomol 62:67-74.
Coccinella septempunctata

Alyokhin A., Sewell G. (2004) Changes in a lady beetle community following the establishment of three alien species. Biol Invasions 6:463-471

Elliott N, Kieckhefer R, Kauffman W (1996) Effects of an invading coccinellid on native coccinellids in an agricultural landscape. Oecologia 105:537-544

Evans EW (2004) Habitat displacement of North American ladybirds by an introduced species. Ecology 85:637-647

Obrycki J, Giles K, Ormord A (1998a) Interactions between an introduced and indigenous coccinellid species at different prey densities. Oecologia, 117:279-285

Obrycki J, Giles K, Ormord A (1998b) Experimental assessment of interactions between Coleomegilla maculata and Coccinella septempunctata (Coleoptera: coccinellidae) in field cages. Eviron Entomol 27:1280-1288

Sato S, Yasuda H, Evans EW (2005) Dropping behaviour of larvae of aphidophagous ladybirds and its effects on incidence of intraguild predation: interactions between the intraguild prey, Adalia bipunctata (L.) and Coccinella septempunctata (L.), and the intraguild predator, Harmonia axyridis Pallas. Ecol Entomol 30:220-224

Snyder WE, Clevenger GM, Eigenbrode SD (2004) Intraguild predation and successful invasion by introduced ladybird beetles. Oecologia 140:559-565

Turnock WJ, Wise IL, Matheson FO (2003) Abundance of some native coccinellines (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) before and after the appearance of Coccinella septempunctata. Can Entomol 135:391-404

Yasuda H, Evans E, Kajita Y, Urakawa K, Takizawa T (2004) Asymmetric larval interactions between introduced and indigenous ladybirds in North America. Oecologia 141:722-731

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