Wilnelia Recart
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Biology and impacts of Pacific island invasive species. 10. Iguana iguana, the Green Iguana (Squamata: Iguanidae) 1
W Falcón, JD Ackerman, W Recart, CC Daehler
Pacific Science 67 (2), 157-186, 2013
There goes the neighborhood: apparent competition between invasive and native orchids mediated by a specialist florivorous weevil
W Recart, JD Ackerman, AA Cuevas
Biological Invasions 15 (2), 283-293, 2013
How do we ensure the future of our discipline is vibrant? Student reflections on careers and culture of ecology
WD Hansen, JP Scholl, AE Sorensen, KE Fisher, JA Klassen, L Calle, ...
Ecosphere 9 (2), e02099, 2018
Water influences how seed production responds to conspecific and heterospecific pollen
W Recart, B Ottoson, DR Campbell
American Journal of Botany 106 (5), 713-721, 2019
New records of naturalized orchids for the Hawaiian islands
JD Ackerman, W Falcón, W Recart
Records of the Hawaii Biological Survey for 2009–2010 Occasional Papers …, 2011
Human Dimensions: Journey and Future of the Inclusive Ecology Section
AMA Casper, KF Rubert‐Nason, W Recart, KR Garces
The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 102 (3), e01880, 2021
PS 66-14: There goes the neighborhood: Reproductive success of Bletia patula when Spathoglottis plicata moves in
W Recart, JD Ackerman, AA Cuevas, NP Flores-Saldaña, ...
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
Water availability affects the relationship between pollen intensity and seed production
W Recart, DR Campbell
AoB Plants 13 (6), plab074, 2021
Unraveling the ecological and evolutionary impacts of a plant invader on the pollination of a native plant
W Recart, DR Campbell
Biological Invasions 23 (5), 1533-1547, 2021
Invasive plants and water availability mediate outcomes of plant-pollinator interactions
W Recart Gonzalez
UC Irvine, 2019
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