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Ever since it was found that apple snails have an appetite for rice seedlings, there have been numerous studies on how to control several Pomacea species in rice fields. Unfortunately, less effort has been devoted to investigating the invasive snails' impact on natural wetlands and other aquatic...

Author(s)
Carlsson, N. O. L.
Publisher
Philippine Rice Research Institute, Muñoz, Philippines
Citation
Biology and management of invasive apple snails, 2017, pp 45-61
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South American apple snails, Pomacea spp. (Ampullariidae) have been established in Singapore since the late 1980s. Based on molecular analyses and shell morphology, two species of Pomacea (P. canaliculata and P. maculata) have been found. The introduction of Pomacea to Singapore was probably...

Author(s)
Ng, T. H.; Tan, S. K.; Yeo, D. C. J.
Publisher
Philippine Rice Research Institute, Muñoz, Philippines
Citation
Biology and management of invasive apple snails, 2017, pp 221-239
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Apple snails in the genus Pomacea (Ampullariidae) invaded Hong Kong in the early 1980s. It is unknown how many species have been introduced into Hong Kong. A recent study has shown that only one species (Pomacea canaliculata) is present in the New Territories, yet it is not present in Hong Kong...

Author(s)
Ip, K. K. L.; Qiu JianWen
Publisher
Philippine Rice Research Institute, Muñoz, Philippines
Citation
Biology and management of invasive apple snails, 2017, pp 145-165
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The majority of wild orangutans are found outside of the protected areas, including in coal mining areas which generally overlapping with orangutan habitat. Thereby, mining ensured a direct impact on orangutans. Opportunities orangutans to survive in the mining area depends on various factors, one...

Author(s)
Niningsih, L.; Alikodra, H. S.; Atmoko, S. S. U.; Mulyani, Y. A.
Publisher
Department of Forest Management, Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Bogor, Indonesia
Citation
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 2017, 23, 1, pp 37-49
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An investigation was conducted to explore the impacts of Flaveria bidentis litter on the communities of invertebrates in soil in three different habitats including forestland, wasteland, and ditches. A total of 54 315 individuals were captured in three habitats on October 23rd by cutting ring...

Author(s)
Yan Jing; Zhang RuiHai; Song Zhen; Zhang GuoLiang; Liu YuSheng; Fu WeiDong
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Resources and Environment, Tianjin, China
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Resources and Environment, 2016, 33, 2, pp 182-193
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In order to determine the diet of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba Scopoli, 1769), 592 pellets were collected from January to December 2010 at one month interval, at the National Institute of Agricultural research's experimental center, in Calabozo, Guárico State, Venezuela. In addition, precipitation...

Author(s)
Fuentes, L.; Sequera, I.; Poleo, C.; Díaz, L.
Publisher
FCA/UNA (Facultad de Sciencias Agrarias, Universidad Nacional de Asunción), San Lorenzo, Paraguay
Citation
Investigación Agraria, 2015, 17, 1, pp 46-53
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Aim:The red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren, one of the worst invasive species in the world, has been found to occur in South China in 2004 and caused serious destruction to agricultural and forestry industry as well as to ecosystem in the infested region. The elaborate survey and...

Author(s)
Zhang Bo; He YuRong; Chen Ting; Qi GuoJun; Lu LiHua
Publisher
Editorial Office of Acta Entomologica Sinica, Beijing, China
Citation
Acta Entomologica Sinica, 2015, 58, 4, pp 382-390
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Incorporating annual forages into an integrated livestock-crop management system may help prolong the grazing season for most livestock-management systems in the Upper Great Plains. The objectives of this study were to determine (1) the differences in sheep performance ADG (average daily gain)...

Author(s)
Stackhouse, J. W.; Schauer, C. S.; Geaumont, B. A.
Publisher
American Sheep Industry Association, Englewood, USA
Citation
Sheep & Goat Research Journal, 2015, 30, pp 6-12
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Identifying the sensitive habitats with high invasibility is critical for management of biological invasion. Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia Linn.) has been identified as one of the most dangerous invasive exotic species in many countries throughout the world. The experiment took ragweek as a...

Author(s)
Guo Tao; Kuang JiYun; LüJieJie; Liao Bin
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Resources and Environment, Tianjin, China
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Resources and Environment, 2015, 32, 5, pp 511-516
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Japanese knotweed is an invasive plant brought to the UK in the mid 19th Century as a highly prized ornamental. Since its introduction it has caused serious problems in many areas. These range from impeding drainage and displacing natural flora and fauna to causing structural damage and an...

Author(s)
Egerton, S.
Publisher
The Association for Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, UK
Citation
The Dundee Conference. Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2014, Dundee, UK, 25-26 February 2014, 2014, pp 45-48

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