|Rapidly induced defenses and talking trees: the devil's advocate position|
SV Fowler, JH Lawton
The American Naturalist 126 (2), 181-195, 1985
|Classical biological control for the protection of natural ecosystems|
RG Van Driesche, RI Carruthers, T Center, MS Hoddle, ...
Biological control 54, S2-S33, 2010
|The invertebrate fauna on broom, Cytisus scoparius, in two native and two exotic habitats|
J Memmott, SV Fowler, Q Paynter, AW Sheppard, P Syrett
Acta Oecologica 21 (3), 213-222, 2000
|Success and safety in the biological control of environmental weeds in New Zealand|
SV Fowler, P Syrett, RL Hill
Austral Ecology 25 (5), 553-562, 2000
|The effect of propagule size on the invasion of an alien insect|
J Memmott, PG Craze, HM Harman, P Syrett, SV Fowler
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (1), 50-62, 2005
|Are invasives bigger? A global study of seed size variation in two invasive shrubs|
YM Buckley, P Downey, SV Fowler, R Hill, J Memmot, H Norambuena, ...
Ecology 84 (6), 1434-1440, 2003
|The impact of hairy wood ants, Formica lugubris, on the guild structure of herbivorous insects on birch, Betula pubescens|
SV Fowler, M MacGarvin
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 847-855, 1985
|Apparent competition can compromise the safety of highly specific biocontrol agents|
LG Carvalheiro, YM Buckley, R Ventim, SV Fowler, J Memmott
Ecology Letters 11 (7), 690-700, 2008
|The EVect of Release Size on the Probability of Establishment of Biological Control Agents: Gorse Thrips (Sericothrips staphylinus) Released Against Gorse (Ulex europaeus) in …|
J Memmott, SV Fowler, RL Hill
Biocontrol Science and Technology 8 (1), 103-115, 1998
|Successful biological control of mist flower (Ageratina riparia) in New Zealand: agent establishment, impact and benefits to the native flora|
J Barton, SV Fowler, AF Gianotti, CJ Winks, M De Beurs, GC Arnold, ...
Biological Control 40 (3), 370-385, 2007
|Predicting parasitoid accumulation on biological control agents of weeds|
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, A Hugh Gourlay, R Groenteman, PG Peterson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (3), 575-582, 2010
|Factors affecting the establishment of Cytisus scoparius in southern France: implications for managing both native and exotic populations|
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, J Memmott, AW Sheppard
Journal of Applied Ecology, 582-595, 1998
|The potential for biological control of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius)(Fabaceae) and related weedy species|
P Syrett, SV Fowler, EM Coombs, JR Hosking, GP Markin, QE Paynter, ...
Biocontrol News and Information 20, 17N-34N, 1999
|The effects of foliage damage on casebearing moth larvae, Coleophora serratella, feeding on birch|
JOY BERGELSON, S FOWLER, S HARTLEY
Ecological Entomology 11 (3), 241-250, 1986
|Pastoral weeds in New Zealand: status and potential solutions|
GW Bourdôt, SV Fowler, GR Edwards, DJ Kriticos, JM Kean, A Rahman, ...
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (2), 139-161, 2007
|The effects of leaf damage on the performance of insect herbivores on birch, Betula pubescens|
SV Fowler, M Macgarvin
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 565-573, 1986
|Recovery of indigenous butterfly community following control of invasive alien plants in a tropical island’s wet forests|
FBV Florens, JR Mauremootoo, SV Fowler, L Winder, C Baider
Biodiversity and Conservation 19 (14), 3835-3848, 2010
|Safety in New Zealand weed biocontrol a nationwide survey for impacts on nontarget plants|
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, AH Gourlay, ML Haines, HM Harman, SR Hona, ...
New Zealand Plant Protection 57, 102-107, 2004
|Comparing the population dynamics of broom, Cytisus scoparius, as a native plant in the United Kingdom and France and as an invasive alien weed in Australia and New Zealand.|
SV Fowler, HM Harman, J Memmott, Q Paynter, R Shaw, AW Sheppard, ...
Proceedings of the 9th international symposium on biological control of …, 1996
|The biological control program against gorse in New Zealand|
RL Hill, AH Gourlay, SV Fowler
Proceedings of the X international Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds …, 2000