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Subject:

Current Zoology:a special issue about Invasive Species

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"Dr. Zhi_Yun JIA" <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 2 Aug 2011 06:42:19 +0800

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 Dear Colleagues, 
 
 
We are very glad to announce that a special issue about Invasive Species, 5th issue of 2011, has been published online. The papers are now available on the journal web page, http://www.currentzoology.org/currentissue.asp.   
 
 
 
Volume 57, Issue 5 
	Content Table  ( PDF[8508 KB] ) 
	  
	Editorial  ( PDF[13 KB] ) 
	Paul EVANGELISTA, Sunil KUMAR 
	  
	Vertebrate species introductions in the United States and its territories  ( PDF[245 KB] ) 
	Gary W. WITMER, Pam L. FULLER 
	  
	Wild dogma: An examination of recent “evidence” for dingo regulation of invasive mesopredator release in Australia  ( PDF[445 KB] ) 
	Benjamin L. ALLEN, Richard M. ENGEMAN, Lee R. ALLEN 
	  
	Invasion of the raccoon dog Nyctereutes procyonoides in Europe: History of colonization, features behind its success, and threats to native fauna  ( PDF[2043 KB] ) 
	Kaarina KAUHALA, Rafal KOWALCZYK 
	  
	The aggressive invasion of exotic reptiles in Florida with a focus on prominent species: A review  ( PDF[240 KB] ) 
	Richard ENGEMAN, Elliott JACOBSON, Michael L. AVERY 
	  
	Invasion and predation in aquatic ecosystems  ( PDF[2433 KB] ) 
	Judith S. WEIS 
	  
	Acetaminophen and zinc phosphide for lethal management of invasive lizards Ctenosaura similis  ( PDF[254 KB] ) 
	Michael L. AVERY, John D. EISEMANN, Kandy L. KEACHER,Peter J. SAVARIE 
	  
	Prime waterfront real estate: Apple snails choose wild taro for oviposition sites  ( PDF[2685 KB] ) 
	Colin H. KYLE, Alexis W. KROPF, Romi L. BURKS 
	  
	Bounding species distribution models  ( PDF[184 KB] ) 
	Thomas J. STOHLGREN, Catherine S. JARNEVICH, Wayne E. ESAIAS,Jeffrey T. MORISETTE 
	  
	How will climate change affect the potential distribution of Eurasian tree sparrows Passer montanus in North America?  ( PDF[2088 KB] ) 
	Jim GRAHAM, Catherine JARNEVICH, Nick YOUNG, Greg NEWMAN, Thomas STOHLGREN 
	  
	Estimated prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis in rac-coon dogs Nyctereutes procyonoides in northern Branden-burg, Germany  ( PDF[256 KB] ) 
	Sabine SCHWARZ, Astrid SUTOR, Christoph STAUBACH, Roswitha MATTIS, Kirsten TACKMANN, Franz Josef CONRATHS 
	  
	Taxonomic confusion of two tramp ant species: Iridomyrmex anceps and Ochetellus glaber are really species complexes  ( PDF[3394 KB] ) 
	Benjamin D. HOFFMANN, Alan N. ANDERSEN, Xiang ZHANG 
	  
	Demonising the dingo: How much wild dogma is enough?  ( PDF[32 KB] ) 
	Mike LETNIC, Mathew S. CROWTHER, Christopher R. DICKMAN, Euan RITCHIE 
 
 
We welcome your submissions to CURRENT ZOOLOGY!  
 
 
Dr. Zhi-Yun JIA          
Executive Editor    
Current Zoology 
http://www.currentzoology.org                 
  
 
Coverd by SCI and Current Contents, BIOSIS Preview,Biological Abstract, Zoological Records, Chemical Abstract, and Scopus, CURRENT ZOOLOGY is a bimonthly, peer-reviewed international journal that publishes reviews and research articles, including significant new findings of fundamental and general interest. Submissions in the research fields of ecology, behavioral biology, biogeography, conservation biology, evolutionary biology and genomics are especially welcome. In particular, CURRENT ZOOLOGY seeks to publish research that explores the interface between zoological disciplines, and is truly integrative by illuminating the greater picture.  
 
Special Columns to be published in 2012: Invertebrate Personality; Animal Culture; Animal Social Network; Speciation and Sexual Selection;Evolution of Mimicry;Ecological Speciation 

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