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Alexander, M.E., Dick, J.T.A., Weyl, O.L.F., Robinson, T.B. & Richardson, D.M. 2014, Existing and emerging high impact invasive species are characterized by higher functional responses than natives, Biology Letters, vol. 10, no. 2.
Alexander, M.E., Kaiser, H., Weyl, O.L.F. & Dick, J.T.A. 2014, Habitat simplification increases the impact of a freshwater invasive fish, Environmental Biology of Fishes, .
Dick, J.T.A., Alexander, M.E., Jeschke, J.M., Ricciardi, A., MacIsaac, H.J., Robinson, T.B., Kumschick, S., Weyl, O.L.F., Dunn, A.M., Hatcher, M.J., Paterson, R.A., Farnsworth, K.D. & Richardson, D.M. 2014, Advancing impact prediction and hypothesis testing in invasion ecology using a comparative functional response approach, Biological Invasions, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 735-753.
Ellender, B.R. & Weyl, O.L.F. 2014, A review of current knowledge, risk and ecological impacts associated with non-native freshwater fish introductions in South Africa, Aquatic Invasions, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 117-132.
Ellender, B.R., Woodford, D.J. & Weyl, O.L.F. 2014, The invasibility of small headwater streams by an emerging invader, Clarias gariepinus, Biological Invasions, .
Lin, Y.-., Jessop, B.M., Weyl, O.L.F., Iizuka, Y., Lin, S.-. & Tzeng, W.-. 2014, Migratory history of African longfinned eel Anguilla mossambica from Maningory River, Madagascar: discovery of a unique pattern in otolith Sr:Ca ratios, Environmental Biology of Fishes, .
McHugh, K.J., Christison, K.W., Weyl, O.L.F. & Smit, N.J. 2014, Histological confirmation of Epizootic ulcerative syndrome in two cyprinid species from Lake Liambezi, Zambezi Region, Namibia, African Zoology, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 311-316.
Taylor, G.C., Weyl, O.L.F., Cowley, P.D. & Allen, M.S. 2015, Dispersal and population-level mortality of Micropterus salmoides associated with catch and release tournament angling in a South African reservoir, Fisheries Research, vol. 162, pp. 37-42.
Weyl, O.L.F., Finlayson, B., Impson, N.D., Woodford, D.J. & Steinkjer, J. 2014, Threatened Endemic Fishes in South Africa's Cape Floristic Region: A New Beginning for the Rondegat River, Fisheries, vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 270-279.