PS 69
Invasion: Invasibility, Stability, And Diversity

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Migration and population divergence of invasive, polyploid Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis), in northern prairies
Lauren Alexsandra Dennhardt, North Dakota State University; Steven Travers, North Dakota State University
 The spread rate of introduced plant species is not associated with the presence or number of close relatives in the invaded area
Judith Sánchez-Blanco, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Ernesto V. Vega-Peña, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Francisco Espinosa-García, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
 Threshold light levels for growth of Lonicera maackii seedlings in forest understories
Kurt E. Schulz, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Jessica Wright, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
 Weed invasion tracked long-term precipitation in native- and exotic-dominated grasslands
Xia Xu, Iowa State University; Wayne H. Polley, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Kirsten S. Hofmockel, Iowa State University; Pedram P. Daneshgar, Monmouth University; Brian J. Wilsey, Iowa State University
 Performance of gypsy moth at supraoptimal temperatures at the southern invasion front
Kristine L. Grayson, University of Richmond; Lily M. Thompson, University of Richmond; Trevor Faske, Virginia Commonwealth University; Nana Konadu Banahene, University of Richmond; Andrew Levorse, University of Richmond; Melisa Quiroga-Herrera, University of Richmond; Amber Yang, University of Richmond; Dylan Parry, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Patrick C. Tobin, University of Washington; David R. Gray, Canadian Forest Service; Derek M. Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University
 Consolidating invasion paradox with a beta-diversity based theoretical model
Gabriela C. Nunez-Mir, Purdue University; Songlin Fei, Purdue University
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