Anna Frances Probert
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Multiple exaggerated weapon morphs: a novel form of male polymorphism in harvestmen
CJ Painting, AF Probert, DJ Townsend, GI Holwell
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-7, 2015
282015
Understanding uncertainty in the Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (ICAT) assessments
AF Probert, L Volery, S Kumschick, G Vimercati, S Bacher
Neobiota 62, 387-405, 2020
112020
Functional similarity and dissimilarity facilitate alien plant invasiveness along biotic and abiotic gradients in an arid protected area
RF El-Barougy, E Ibrahim, RP Rohr, AF Probert, AA Khedr, S Bacher
Biological Invasions, 2020
72020
Conceptual Risk Framework: Integrating Ecological Risk of Introduced Species with Recipient Ecosystems
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, SL Lin, MC Stanley
BioScience 70 (1), 71-79, 2020
72020
The importance of assessing positive and beneficial impacts of alien species
G Vimercati, AF Probert, L Volery, S Bacher
Neobiota 62, 525-545, 2020
52020
Application of the Socio-Economic Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (SEICAT) to a global assessment of alien bird impacts
T Evans, T Blackburn, J Jeschke, A Probert, S Bacher
NeoBiota, 2020
32020
Invasion patterns of non-native ants in natural ecosystems in warm, temperate New Zealand
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, AM Willow, MC Stanley
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 44 (4), 3400, 2020
32020
Two new species of harvestmen (Opiliones, Eupnoi, Neopilionidae) from Waitomo, New Zealand
CK Taylor, AF Probert
ZooKeys, 37, 2014
22014
Assessing risk to native ecosystems: using exotic ants as a model
A Probert
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2019
12019
High Dietary Niche Overlap Between Non-native and Native Ant Species in Natural Ecosystems
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, SJ Bury, SM Hermans, G Lear, ...
Environmental Entomology 50 (1), 86-96, 2021
2021
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