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    • A Vision for Global Biodiversity Monitoring With Citizen Science 

      Pocock, Michael; Chandler, Mark; Bonney, Rick; Thornhill, Ian; Albin, Anna; August, Tom; Bachman, Steven; Brown, Peter; Fernandes Cunha, Davi; Grez Villarroel, Audrey; Jackson, Colin; Peters, Monica; Romer Rabarijaon, Narindra; Roy, Helen; Zaviezo, Tania; Danielsen, Finn (Academic Press Inc., 2018)
      Global biodiversity monitoring is urgently needed across the world to assess the impacts of environmental change on biodiversity. One way to increase monitoring is through citizen science. ‘Citizen science’ is a term that ...
    • Factors determining variation in colour morph frequencies in invasive Harmonia axyridis populations 

      Honek, Alois; Brown, Peter M. J.; Martinkova, Zdenka; Skuhrovec, Jiri; Brabec, Marek; Burgio, Giovanni; Evans, Edward W.; Fournier, Marc; Grez Villarroel, Audrey; Kulfan, Jan; Lami, Francesco; Lucas, Eric; Lumbierres, Belén; Masetti, Antonio; Mogilevich, Timofej; Orlova-Bienkowskaja, Marina; Phillips, William M.; Pons, Xavier; Strobach, Jan; Viglasova, Sandra; Zach, Peter; Zaviezo, Tania (Springer, 2020)
      The Harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis Pallas, native to eastern Asia, is an invasive, non-native species that has recently achieved an almost worldwide distribution. A conspicuous feature of this species is colour ...
    • In the shadow of the condor: invasive Harmonia axyridis found at very high altitude in the Chilean Andes 

      Grez Villarroel, Audrey; Zaviezo, Tania; Roy, Helen E.; Brown, Peter M. J.; Segura, Bernardo (Wiley, 2017)
      1. Harmonia axyridis has invaded many regions of the world, with negative effects on local biodiversity, and thus it is of global concern for biological conservation. Recently it has invaded central Chile, one of the world's ...
    • Rapid spread of Harmonia axyridis in Chile and its effects on local coccinellid biodiversity 

      Grez Villarroel, Audrey; Zaviezo, Tania; Roy, Helen E.; Brown, Peter M. J.; Bizama, Gustavo (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)
      Aim Biological invasions are one of the major threats to biodiversity. Usually highly disturbed anthropogenic habitats favour invasion by alien species such as the coccinellid Harmonia axyridis. The spread and impact of ...