Subject: Trophic Interactions | Research Article | Biology and Life Sciences | Biodiversity | Community Ecology | Ecology and Environmental Sciences | Medicine | Ecological Metrics | Relative Abundance Distribution | Global Change Ecology | Q | Ecology | R | Community Structure | Science | Spatial and Landscape Ecology | Conservation Science | Niche Construction | Zoology | Terrestrial Ecology
The invasion of the giant Madagascar day gecko Phelsuma grandis has increased the threats to the four endemic Mauritian day geckos (Phelsuma spp.) that have survived on mainland Mauritius. We had two main aims: (i) to predict the spatial distribution and overlap of P. g... View more
6 Case TJ, Bolger DT (1991) The role of introduced species in shaping the distribution and abundance of island reptiles. Evol Ecol
7 Clavero M, Brotons L, Pons P, Sol D (2009) Prominent role of invasive species in avian biodiversity loss. Biol Conserv
8 Atkinson IAE (2001) Introduced mamm als and models for restoration. Biol Conserv
9 Pearson DE (2009) Biological invasions on oceanic islands: implications for island ecosystems and avifauna. In: Chae HY, Choi CY, Nam HY, editors. Seabirds in danger: invasive species and conservation of island ecosystem, pp. 3–16. Available: http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs_other/rmrs_2009_pearson_d003.pdf. Accessed 16 June 2013.
10 Arnold EN (2000) Using fossils and phylogenies to understand evolution of reptile communities on islands. Bonn Zool Monogr