Journal: Biological Invasions Authors: Kirsty F. McGregor1




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Article: How robust is the Australian Weed Risk Assessment protocol? A test using pine invasions in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres

Journal: Biological Invasions

Authors: Kirsty F. McGregor1* Kirsty.Mcgregor@lincolnuni.ac.nz; Michael S. Watt2 Michael.Watt@scionresearch.com; Philip E. Hulme1 Philip.Hulme@lincoln.ac.nz; Richard P. Duncan1 Richard.Duncan@lincoln.ac.nz

Affiliations: 1The Bio-Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand; 2SCION, PO Box 29237, Fendalton, Christchurch, New Zealand

* Correspondence: The Bio-Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand. E-mail: Kirsty.Mcgregor@lincolnuni.ac.nz; P: 011 64 3 325 3838 ext 8856; F: 011 64 3 325 3864

Table S1. Table listing 115 species in the genus Pinus used in this study along with their invasion status (Status), number of WRA questions answered, WRA score, WRA result after second screening and introduction dates where known, for New Zealand and Great Britain. Species epithets are from the International Plant Names Index (IPNI) http://www.ipni.org/, though there is some disagreement between the data sources used by the IPNI. Introduction dates for species marked with came from the forest working plans held in the archives at SCION, Rotorua, New Zealand; and those with a * came from nursery catalogues held at the library at Lincoln University, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand.
New Zealand

Species Status Questions answered WRA score Result Intro date

albicaulis Engelm. Not Introduced 40 4 Accept -

aristata Engelm. Introduced (1) 41 -1 Accept 1915 (1)

arizonica Engelm. Not Introduced 36 -2 Accept -

armandii Franch. Introduced (1) 35 -4 Accept 1909 (1)

attenuata Lemmon. Introduced (1,8) 36 0 Accept 1860 (8)

ayacahuite Ehrenb. ex Schltdl. Introduced 35 1 Evaluate 1974

balfouriana S.Watson Not Introduced 35 -4 Accept -

banksiana Lamb. Naturalised (9) 40 16 Reject 1904 (1)

bhutanica D.G.Long & C.N.Page Not Introduced 20 3 Evaluate -

brutia Ten. Introduced (1) 39 6 Reject 1915 (1)

bungeana Zucc. ex Endl Introduced (1) 34 -1 Accept 1903 (1)

canariensis C.Sim Introduced (1,3,6) 37 12 Reject 1861*

caribaea Morelet Introduced (1) 34 8 Reject -

cembra L. Introduced (1) 35 0 Accept 1872*

cembroides Zucc. Introduced (1) 39 -1 Accept 1872*

chiapensis (Martínez) Andresen Not Introduced 34 -4 Accept -

clausa Vasey Not Introduced 35 3 Accept -

contorta Douglas ex Loudon Naturalised (9) 42 15 Reject 1873*

cooperi C.E.Blanco Not Introduced 23 -3 Accept -

coulteri D.Don Introduced (1) 38 6 Reject 1870*

culminicola Andresen & Beaman Introduced (1) 34 -4 Accept -

dalatensis Ferre Not Introduced 26 -4 Accept -

densata Masters Not Introduced 38 2 Accept -

densiflora Siebold & Zucc. Introduced (1,7) 37 14 Reject 1872*

devoniana Lindl. Introduced 28 1 Evaluate 1872*

discolor D.K.Bradley & Hawksw. Not Introduced 27 -3 Accept -

douglasiana Martínez Not Introduced 27 -2 Accept -

durangensis Martínez Introduced 31 2 Evaluate 1960

echinata Mill. Introduced (1,7) 36 5 Accept 1881 (1)

edulis Engelm. Not Introduced 41 1 Evaluate -

elliottii Engelm. Introduced (10) 39 7 Reject 1915 (1)

engelmannii Carrière Not Introduced 35 -1 Accept -

fenzeliana Hand.-Mazz. Not Introduced 18 -1 Accept -

flexilis E. James Introduced (1) 35 0 Accept 1872*

gerardiana Wall. ex Lamb. Introduced (1) 34 -1 Accept 1915 (1)

glabra Walter Not Introduced 36 -6 Accept -

greggii Engelm. ex Parl. Introduced (2,4) 32 0 Evaluate 1960 (6)

hakkodensis Makino Not Introduced 20 3 Evaluate -

halepensis Mill. Naturalised (9) 38 11 Reject 1868 (6)

hartwegii Lindl. Introduced (1,6) 29 5 Reject 1868 (6)

heldreichii Christ Introduced (1) 28 4 Evaluate 1904 (1)

henryi Masters Not Introduced 29 6 Reject -

herrerae Martínez Not Introduced 25 -1 Accept -

hwangshanensis W.Y.Hsia Not Introduced 18 3 Evaluate -

jaliscana Pérez de la Rosa Not Introduced 28 -2 Accept -

jeffreyi A.Murr. Introduced (6) 37 9 Reject 1861*

johannis M.-F.Robert Not Introduced 28 -6 Accept -

juarezensis Lanner Not Introduced 24 1 Evaluate -

kesiya Royal ex Gordon Introduced (6) 30 7 Reject 1865 (6)

koraiensis Siebold & Zucc. Introduced (1) 36 4 Evaluate 1906 (1)

krempfii Lecomte Not Introduced 28 -2 Evaluate -

kwangtungensis Chun ex Tsiang Not Introduced 27 4 Accept -

lagunae (Passini) Passini Not Introduced 30 -3 Accept -

lambertiana Douglas ex R.Taylor & R.Philips Introduced (1,7) 36 10 Reject 1872*

lawsonii Rozel ex Gordon Not Introduced 28 -4 Accept -

leiophylla Schltdl. & Cham. Not Introduced 33 -1 Accept -

longaeva D.K.Bailey Not Introduced 34 -1 Accept -

luchuensis Mayr Not Introduced 26 5 Evaluate -

lumholtzii B.L.Rob. & Fernald Not Introduced 26 -1 Accept -

massoniana Lamb. Introduced (1) 28 0 Accept 1873*

maximartinezii Rzed. Not Introduced 32 -5 Accept -

maximinoi H.E.Moore Introduced 29 2 Evaluate 1949

merkusii Jungh. & de Vriese Not Introduced 32 2 Accept -

monophylla Torr. & Frém. Introduced (1) 38 -2 Accept 1876*

montezumae D.Don in Lamb. Introduced (1) 34 4 Evaluate 1911 (1)

monticola Douglas ex Lamb. Introduced (1) 35 3 Evaluate 1915 (1)

morrisonicola Hayata Not Introduced 24 0 Evaluate -

mugo Turra Naturalised (9) 36 16 Reject 1861*

muricata D. Don Naturalised (9,21) 35 7 Reject 1861*

nelsonii Shaw Not Introduced 28 -2 Accept -

nigra J.F.Arnold Naturalised (9) 35 14 Reject 1861*

occidentalis Sw. Not Introduced 28 -1 Accept -

oocarpa Schiede ex Schltdl. Not Introduced 34 3 Evaluate -

orizabensis (D.K.Bailey) D.K.Bailey & Hawksw. Not Introduced 26 -3 Accept -

palustris Mill. Introduced (1,3,7) 35 6 Reject 1866 (3)

parviflora Siebold & Zucc. Not Introduced 28 1 Accept -

patula Schiede ex Schltdl. & Cham. Naturalised (9) 33 14 Reject 1877 (1)

peuce Griseb. Introduced (1) 31 4 Accept 1876*

pinaster Aiton Naturalised (9) 38 18 Reject 1830 (27)

pinceana Gordon Not Introduced 29 -4 Accept -

pinea L. Introduced (1,3,7) 33 8 Reject 1861*

ponderosa P.Lawson &. C.Lawson Naturalised (9) 37 19 Reject 1861*

pringlei Shaw in Sarg. Introduced (7,8) 26 -3 Accept 1896 (1)

pseudostrobus Lindl. Introduced 32 1 Evaluate 1949

pumila Regel Not Introduced 30 2 Accept -

pungens Lamb. Not Introduced 34 0 Accept -

quadrifolia Parry ex Parl. Introduced (7,8) 34 -2 Accept 1896 (7)

radiata D.Don Naturalised (9) 41 14 Reject 1858*

remota D.K.Bailey & Hawksw. Not Introduced 29 -4 Accept -

resinosa Aiton Introduced (1) 37 11 Reject 1861*

rigida Mill. Introduced (6,7) 34 12 Reject 1868 (6)

roxburghii Sarg. Introduced 36 6 Reject 1876*

rzedowskii Madrigal & M.Caball. Not Introduced 25 -3 Accept -

sabiniana Douglas Introduced (1,7) 35 9 Reject 1861*

serotina Michx. Introduced 33 -1 Accept 1862*

sibirica (Ledeb.) Turcz. Not Introduced 34 1 Evaluate -

squamata X.W.Li Not Introduced 23 0 Evaluate -

stankewiczii (Sukaczev) Fomin Not Introduced 21 -1 Accept -

strobiformis Engelm. Not Introduced 35 5 Evaluate -

strobus L. Naturalised (9) 37 13 Reject 1861*

sylvestris L. Naturalised (9) 35 10 Reject 1861*

tabuliformis Carrière Introduced 29 0 Evaluate 1957

taeda L. Naturalised (9,10) 36 17 Reject 1915 (1)

taiwanensis Hayata Introduced 34 1 Evaluate 1963

tecunumanii F.Schwerdtf. ex Eguiluz & J.P.Perry Not Introduced 32 -1 Accept -

teocote Cham. & Schltdl. Introduced (1) 31 2 Evaluate 1915 (1)

thunbergii Parl. Introduced (1) 33 6 Reject 1890 (1)

torreyana Parry ex Carrière Introduced (1,7) 33 -2 Accept 1870 (1)

tropicalis Morelet Not Introduced 31 -2 Accept -

uncinata Ramond ex DC. Introduced (10) 33 0 Accept 1962 (5)

virginiana Mill. Introduced (1) 36 9 Reject 1900 (1)

wallichiana A.B.Jacks. Introduced (1,6) 36 10 Reject 1868 (6)

wangii Hu & W.C.Cheng Not Introduced 25 -2 Accept -

washoensis Mason & Stockw. Not Introduced 28 1 Accept -

yunnanensis Franch. Introduced (1) 30 2 Accept 1909 (1)

Great Britain

Species Status Q Score Result Intro

albicaulis Introduced (15,16) 40 3 Accept 1853 (26)

aristata Introduced (15,16) 41 -3 Accept -

arizonica Not introduced 37 -2 Accept -

armandii Introduced (15,16) 36 -5 Accept 1897 (24)

attenuata Introduced (15,16) 36 3 Accept -

ayacahuite Introduced (14 - 16) 35 0 Accept 1872 (24)

balfouriana Introduced (15) 36 -5 Accept 1853 (26)

banksiana Introduced (14 -16) 41 15 Reject 1897 (24)

bhutanica Introduced (20) 21 2 Accept 1930 (22)

brutia Introduced (16) 39 6 Reject -

bungeana Introduced (15,16) 35 -1 Accept -

canariensis Introduced (15,16) 38 11 Reject -

caribaea Introduced (15,16) 35 7 Reject -

cembra Introduced(14 - 16) 36 -1 Accept 1745 (18)

cembroides Introduced (15,16) 40 -2 Accept -

chiapensis Not introduced 35 -5 Accept -

clausa Not introduced 36 2 Accept -

contorta Naturalised (9) 43 14 Reject 1851 (25)

cooperi Not introduced 24 -3 Accept 1832 (23)

coulteri Introduced (15,16) 39 10 Reject -

culminicola Not introduced 35 -5 Accept -

dalatensis Not introduced 27 -5 Accept -

densata Not introduced 39 2 Accept 1926 (24)

densiflora Introduced (14 - 16) 38 13 Reject -

devoniana Introduced (16) 29 0 Evaluate -

discolor Not introduced 28 -3 Accept -

douglasiana Not introduced 28 -2 Accept -

durangensis Not introduced 32 1 Evaluate 1821 (24)

echinata Introduced (15 - 17) 37 4 Accept -

edulis Introduced (16) 42 0 Evaluate -

elliottii Introduced (16) 40 6 Reject -

engelmannii Not introduced 36 -1 Accept -

fenzeliana Not introduced 19 -2 Accept 1861 (24)

flexilis Introduced (15,16) 36 -1 Accept -

gerardiana Introduced (15,16) 35 -1 Accept -

glabra Introduced (15) 37 -7 Accept -

greggii Introduced (15,16) 33 -1 Accept -

hakkodensis Not introduced 21 2 Evaluate -

halepensis Introduced (15,16) 39 17 Reject -

hartwegii Introduced (16) 30 4 Evaluate 1855 (24)

heldreichii Introduced (15,16) 29 3 Evaluate 1890 (18)

henryi Not introduced 30 5 Accept -

herrerae Not introduced 26 -1 Accept -

hwangshanensis Not introduced 19 2 Evaluate -

jaliscana Not introduced 29 -3 Accept -

jeffreyi Introduced (16) 37 14 Reject 1853 (27)

johannis Not introduced 29 -6 Accept -

juarezensis Not introduced 25 0 Evaluate -

kesiya Introduced (15,16) 32 12 Reject -

koraiensis Introduced (15,16) 37 3 Reject 1880 (24)

krempfii Not introduced 29 -3 Accept -

kwangtungensis Not introduced 28 3 Accept -

lagunae Not introduced 31 -4 Accept -

lambertiana Introduced (15,16) 37 13 Reject 1827 (23)

lawsonii Not introduced 29 -4 Accept -

leiophylla Introduced (15,16) 34 -1 Accept -

longaeva Not introduced 35 -2 Accept -

luchuensis Introduced (15,16) 27 4 Evaluate -

lumholtzii Not introduced 27 -2 Accept -

massoniana Introduced (15,16) 29 1 Evaluate -

maximartinezii Not introduced 33 -5 Accept -

maximinoi Not introduced 30 1 Evaluate -

merkusii Not introduced 32 2 Accept -

monophylla Introduced (15,16) 39 -2 Accept -

montezumae Introduced (15,16) 34 6 Reject 1881 (24)

monticola Introduced (15,16) 35 7 Reject 1823 (23)

morrisonicola Not introduced 25 -1 Accept -

mugo Naturalised (9,17) 36 16 Reject 1774 (25)

muricata Introduced (15) 35 7 Reject 1851 (24)

nelsonii Introduced (15) 29 -3 Accept -

nigra Naturalised (21) 35 14 Reject 1759 (18)

occidentalis Not introduced 28 -3 Accept -

oocarpa Introduced (16) 34 3 Evaluate -

orizabensis Not introduced 27 -3 Accept -

palustris Introduced (15,16) 36 9 Reject -

parviflora Introduced (15,16) 29 1 Accept 1879 (24)

patula Introduced (15,16) 33 14 Reject -

peuce Introduced (14 - 16) 31 6 Reject 1864 (25)

pinaster Naturalised (9) 38 18 Reject 1596 (18)

pinceana Not introduced 30 -4 Accept 1870 (24)

pinea Introduced (15,16) 33 15 Reject 1500 (18)

ponderosa Introduced (15,16) 37 19 Reject 1827 (23)

pringlei Not introduced 27 -3 Accept -

pseudostrobus Introduced (15,16) 32 3 Evaluate 1913 (24)

pumila Introduced (15,16) 31 2 Accept -

pungens Introduced (15,16) 35 -1 Accept -

quadrifolia Introduced (15) 35 -2 Accept -

radiata Naturalised (9,14,16) 41 14 Reject 1832 (25)

remota Not introduced 30 -4 Accept -

resinosa Introduced (15,16) 38 10 Reject -

rigida Introduced (14 - 16) 35 11 Reject 1895 (24)

roxburghii Introduced (15,16) 36 11 Reject -

rzedowskii Not introduced 26 -4 Accept -

sabiniana Introduced (15,16) 36 8 Reject 1832 (25)

serotina Introduced (15) 33 -1 Accept -

sibirica Introduced (19) 35 0 Evaluate -

squamata Not introduced 24 -1 Accept -

stankewiczii Not introduced 22 -2 Accept -

strobiformis Not introduced 36 4 Accept -

strobus Introduced (14 -16) 37 13 Reject 1605 (25)

sylvestris Native 35 10 Reject 1746 (24)

tabuliformis Introduced (15,16) 30 -1 Accept 1910 (24)

taeda Introduced (15,16) 36 17 Reject 1912 (24)

taiwanensis Introduced (16) 34 1 Evaluate -

tecunumanii Not introduced 33 -2 Accept -

teocote Introduced (15) 32 1 Evaluate -

thunbergii Introduced (14 - 16) 33 6 Reject 1880 (24)

torreyana Introduced (15,16) 33 -2 Accept -

tropicalis Not introduced 32 -3 Accept -

uncinata Introduced (17) 34 0 Accept -

virginiana Introduced (15,16) 37 8 Reject -

wallichiana Naturalised (17) 36 10 Reject 1823 (25)

wangii Not introduced 26 -3 Accept -

washoensis Introduced (16) 29 0 Accept -

yunnanensis Introduced (16) 31 1 Accept -
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