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Southeastern Naturalist Volume 15, Special Issue 8, 2016

Everglades Invasive Species

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Contents. Click on the hotlinked titles to view open-access first pages with abstracts.

Front cover  
Inside front cover  
Board of Editors/indicia page  
General Acknowledgments  
RESEARCH ARTICLES  
Diet and Selectivity of Porphyrio porphyrio (Purple Swamphen) in Florida
Corey T. Callaghan and Dale E. Gawlik
1
Biological Control of the Invasive Weed Schinus terebinthifolia (Brazilian Peppertree): A Review of the Project with an Update on the Proposed Agents
Gregory S. Wheeler, Fernando Mc Kay, Marcelo D. Vitorino, Veronica Manrique, Rodrigo Diaz, and William A. Overholt
15
Incubation Temperature and Sex Ratio of a Python bivittatus (Burmese Python) Clutch Hatched in Everglades National Park, Florida
Alexander J. Wolf, Theresa M. Walters, Michael R. Rochford, Ray W. Snow, and Frank J. Mazzotti
35
The Effects of Heat on Spore Viability of Lygodium microphyllum and Implications for Fire Management
Nicole Sebesta, Jennifer Richards, and Jonathan Taylor
40
IveGot1: Reporting and Tracking Invasive Species in Florida
Rebekah D. Wallace, Charles T. Bargeron, David J. Moorhead, and Joseph H. LaForest
51
Implications of the 2013 Python Challenge® for Ecology and Management of Python molorus bivittatus (Burmese Python) in Florida
Frank J. Mazzotti, Mike Rochford, Joy Vinci, Brian M. Jeffery, Jennifer Ketterlin Eckles, Carla Dove, and Kristen P. Sommers
63
Observations on Nesting and Clutch Size in Furcifer oustaleti (Oustalet’s Chameleon) in South Florida
Dustin Smith, Joy Vinci, Christopher V. Anderson, Jennifer Ketterlin Eckles, Frank Ridgley, and Frank J. Mazzotti
75
Prospects and Limitations of Citizen Science in Invasive Species Management: A Case Study with Burmese Pythons in Everglades National Park
Bryan G. Falk, Ray W. Snow, and Robert N. Reed
89
First Record of Invasive Burmese Python Oviposition and Brooding Inside an Anthropogenic Structure
Emma B. Hanslowe, Bryan G. Falk, Michelle A.M. Collier, Jillian M. Josimovich, Thomas A. Rahill, and Robert N. Reed
103
Evaluating Trap Alternatives for Removal of Salvator merianae (Black and White Tegu)
Michael L. Avery, John S. Humphrey, and Richard M. Engeman
107
   

More articles will be added as they are ready for publication.

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