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Estrada, J., C.H. Wilson, S.L. Flory. 2020. Clonal integration enhances performance of an invasive grass. In press. Oikos. http://doi.org/10.1111/oik.07016
Lane, B., K.B. Stricker, A. Adhikari, M.S. Ascunce, K. Clay, S.L. Flory, M.E. Smith, E.M. Goss, and P.F. Harmon. 2020. Large-spored Drechslera gigantea is a Bipolaris species causing disease on the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum. In press. Mycologia.
Goss, E.M., A.E. Kendig, A. Adhikari, B. Lane, N. Kortessis, R.D. Holt, K. Clay, P.F. Harmon, and S.L Flory. 2020. Disease in invasive plant populations. Annual Review of Phytopathology. doi.org/10.1146/annurev-phyto-010820-012757
Flory, S.L. and J. Lockwood. 2020. Advancing towards a general theory of invasive species impacts: how do ecological effects vary across time and space? Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. In press (review of ESA Symposium).
Funk, J.L., I. Parker, V. Matzek, S.L. Flory, E.T. Aschehoug, C.M. DAntonio, W. Dawson, D. Thomson, and J. Valliere. 2020. Keys to enhancing the value of invasion ecology research for management. Biological Invasions. doi.org/10.1007/s10530-020-02267-9.
Tarbox, B.C., M. Swisher, Z. Calle, C.H. Wilson, and S.L. Flory. 2020. Decline in local ecological knowledge in the Colombian Andes may constrain silvopastoral tree diversity. Restoration Ecology. doi.org/10.1111/rec.13153
Fahey, C., A. Koyama, P.M. Antunes, K. Dunfield, and S.L. Flory. 2020. Plant communities mediate the interactive effects of invasion and drought on soil microbial communities. The ISME Journal. doi.org/10.1038/s41396-020-0614-6
Hiatt, D. and S.L. Flory. 2020. Populations of a widespread invader and co-occurring native species vary in phenotypic plasticity. New Phytologist. 225:584-594. doi.org/10.1111/nph.16225
Alba, C., C. Fahey, and S.L. Flory. 2019. Global change stressors alter resources and shift plant interactions from facilitation to competition over time. Ecology. 100(12):e02859. doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2859
Craig, M.E., N. Lovko, S.L. Flory, J.P Wright, and R. Phillips. 2019. Impacts of an invasive grass on soil organic matter pools vary across a tree-mycorrhizal gradient. Biogeochemistry. 144(2):149-164. doi.org/10.1007/s10533-019-00577-2
Allocation of invasive plant management expenditures for conservation: Lessons from Florida, USA. Conservation Science and Practice. 1(7):e51. doi.org/10.1111/csp2.51, K. , D. , D.R. 2019.
Fahey, C., C. Angelini, and S.L. Flory. 2018. Grass invasion and drought interact to alter the diversity and structure of native plant communities. Ecology. 99:2692-2702. doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2536
Lee, M., S.L. Flory, R. Phillips, and J. Wright. 2018. Site conditions are more important than abundance for explaining plant invasion impacts on soil nitrogen cycling. Ecosphere. 9(10):e02454. doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2454
Liu, T., A. Abd-Elrahman, A. Zare, B.A. Dewitt, S.L. Flory, and S.E. Smith. 2018. A fully learnable context-driven object-based model for mapping land cover using multi-view data from unmanned aircraft systems. Remote Sensing of Environment. 216:328-344. doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2018.06.031
Tarbox, B.C., S.K. Robinson, B. Loiselle, and S.L. Flory. 2018. Foraging ecology and flocking behavior of insectivorous forest birds inform management of silvopastures for conservation. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. 120(4):787-802. doi.org/10.1650/CONDOR-18-1.1
Dillon, W.W., D. Lieurance, D. Hiatt, K. Clay, and S.L. Flory. 2018. Native and invasive woody species differentially respond to forest edges and forest successional age. Forests. 9(7):381. doi.org/10.3390/f9070381
Guo, Y., S. Graves, S.L. Flory, and S. Bohlman. 2018. Hyperspectral measurement of seasonal variation in the coverage and impacts of an invasive grass in an experimental setting. Remote Sensing. 10(5):784. doi.org/10.3390/rs10050784
Lieurance, D., A. Cooper, A.L. Young, D.R. Gordon, and S.L. Flory. 2018. Running bamboo species pose a greater invasion risk than clumping bamboo species in the continental United States. Journal for Nature Conservation. 43:39-45. doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2018.02.012
NeSmith, J.E., C. Alba, and S.L. Flory. 2018. Experimental drought and plant invasion additively suppress primary pine species of southeastern US forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 411:158-165. doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2017.12.045
Wilson, C., M.S. Strickland, J.A. Hutchings, T.S. Bianchi, and S.L. Flory. 2018. Grazing enhances belowground carbon allocation, microbial biomass, and soil carbon in a subtropical grassland. Global Change Biology. 24(7):2997-3009. doi:10.1111/gcb.14070
Rivas-Torres, G., S.L. Flory, and B. Loiselle. 2018. Plant community composition and structural characteristics of an invaded forest in the Galápagos. Biodiversity and Conservation. 27(2): 329-344. doi:10.1007/s10531-017-1437-2
Flory, S.L., C. Alba, K. Clay, R. Holt, and E. Goss. 2018. Emerging pathogens can suppress invaders and promote native species recovery. Biological Invasions. 20(1): 5-8. doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1438-9
Flory, S.L., C. Alba, K. Clay, R. Holt, and E. Goss. 2018. Long-term studies are needed to reveal the effects of pathogen accumulation on invaded plant communities. Biological Invasions. 20(1): 11-12. doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1520-3
D’Antonio, C. and S.L. Flory. 2017. Long-term dynamics and impacts of plant invasions. Journal of Ecology. 105(6):1459–1461. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12879
Flory, S.L., J. Bauer, R. Phillips, and K. Clay. 2017. Effects of a non-native grass invasion decline over time. Journal of Ecology. 10(6)5:1475–1484. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12850
Wilson, C.H., T.T. Caughlin, S.W. Rifai, E.H. Boughton, M.C. Mack, and S.L. Flory. 2017. Multi-decadal time series of remotely sensed vegetation improves prediction of soil carbon in a subtropical grassland. Ecological Applications. 27(5):1646–1656. doi:10.1002/eap.1557
Gordon, D.R., D. Lieurance, and S.L. Flory. 2017. Predicted versus actual invasiveness of climbing vines in Florida. Biological Invasions. 19(8):2375-2384. doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1448-7
Alba, C., J.E. NeSmith, C. Fahey, C. Angelini, and S.L. Flory. 2017. Methods to test the interactive effects of drought and plant invasion on ecosystem structure and function using complementary common garden and field experiments. Ecology and Evolution. 7:1442-1452. doi:10.1002/ece3.2729
Estrada, J., C. Wilson, D. Hiatt, and S.L. Flory. 2017. Different factors drive emergence and persistence in an invasive grass. International Journal of Plant Sciences. 178(5):406-410. doi:10.1086/691142
Yue, M.F., S.L. Flory, L. Feng, W.H. Ye, H. Shen, X.S. Tian, and Z.M. Wang. 2017. Effects of extreme temperatures on the growth and photosynthesis of invasive Bidens alba and its native congener B. biternata. Nordic Journal of Botany. 35(3):377–384. doi:10.1111/njb.01365
Stricker, K., P. Harmon, E. Goss, K. Clay, and S.L. Flory. 2016. Emergence and accumulation of novel pathogens suppress an invasive
species. Ecology Letters. 19(4):469-477. doi.org/10.1111/ele.12583
Estrada, J., C. Wilson, J.E. NeSmith, and S.L. Flory. 2016. Propagule quality mediates invasive plant establishment. Biological Invasions. 18(8):2325-2332. doi.org/10.1007/s10530-016-1163-9
Gordon, D., S.L. Flory, et al. 2016. Weed risk assessments are an effective component of invasion risk management. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 9(1):81-83. (rebuttal to Smith et al. 2015) doi.org/10.1614/IPSM-D-15-00053.1
Shannon-Firestone, S., H.L. Reynolds, R.P. Phillips, S.L. Flory, and A. Yannerell. 2015. The role of ammonium oxidizing communities in mediating effects of an invasive plan on soil nitrification. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 90:266-274. doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.07.017
Flory, S.L. and C. D’Antonio. 2015. Taking the long view on the ecological effects of plant invasions. American Journal of Botany. 102(6):817-818. doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1500105
Flory, S.L., K. Clay, S.M. Emery, J. Robb, and B. Winters. 2015. Fire and non-native grass invasion interact to suppress tree regeneration in eastern deciduous forest. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52(4):992-1000. doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12437
Wilson, C., T.T. Caughlin, D.J. Civitello, and S.L. Flory. 2015. Combining mesocosm and field experiments to predict invasive plant performance: A hierarchical Bayesian approach. Ecology. 96(4):1084–1092. doi.org/10.1890/14-0797.1
Stricker, K.B., D.H. Hagan, and S.L. Flory. 2015. Improving methods to evaluate the impacts of plant invasions: Lessons from 40 years of research. AoB Plants. 7:plv028. doi.org/10.1093/aobpla/plv028
Estrada, J. and S.L. Flory. 2015. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) invasions in the US: Mechanisms, impacts, and threats to biodiversity. Global Ecology and Conservation. 3:1-10. doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2014.10.014
Nickerson, K.*, and S.L. Flory. 2015. Competitive and allelopathic effects of the invasive shrub Schinus terebinthifolius (Brazilian peppertree). Biological Invasions. 17(2):555-564. doi.org/10.1007/s10530-014-0748-4 *undergraduate advisee, received 2013 UF Honors Thesis Award
Quinn, L., D. Gordon, A. Glaser, D. Lieurance, and S.L. Flory. 2015. Bioenergy feedstocks at low risk for invasion in the USA: a “White List” approach. BioEnergy Research. 8(2):471-481. doi.org/10.1007/s12155-014-9503-z
Johnson, D.J., S.L. Flory, A. Shelton, C. Huebner, and K. Clay. 2014. Interactive effects of a non-native invasive grass (Microstegium vimineum) and herbivore exclusion on experimental tree regeneration under differing forest management. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52(1):210-219. doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12356
Flory, S.L. and J. Bauer. 2014. Experimental evidence for indirect facilitation among invasive plants. Journal of Ecology. 102(1):12-18. doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12186
Yolanda López, Y., J. Seib, K. Woodard, K. Chamusco, L. Sollenberger, M. Gallo, S.L. Flory, and C. Chase. 2014. Genetic diversity of biofuel and naturalized napiergrass (Pennisetum purpureum). Invasive Plant Science and Management. 7(2):229-236. doi.org/10.1614/IPSM-D-13-00085.1
Emery, S.M., S.L. Flory, K. Clay, J.R. Robb, and B. Winters. 2013. Demographic responses of the invasive annual grass Microstegium vimineum to prescribed fires and herbicide. Forest Ecology and Management. 308:207-213. doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2013.08.002
Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2013. Pathogen accumulation and long-term dynamics of plant invasions. Journal of Ecology. 101(3):607-613. doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12078
Crous, P.W., S.L. Flory, et al. 2013. Fungal Plant description sheets: Bipolaris drechsleri. Persoonia 31:188-296.
Flory, S.L., K.A. Lorentz, D. Gordon, and L. Sollenberger. 2012. Experimental approaches for evaluating the invasion risk of biofuel crops. Environmental Research Letters. 7:045904.
Crous, P.W., S.L. Flory, et al. 2012.Fungal Plant description sheets: Bipolaris microstegii. Persoonia 29:146-201.
Novy, A., S.L. Flory, and J.M. Hartman. 2012. Evidence for rapid evolution of phenology in an invasive grass. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 2:443-450.
Gordon, D., S.L. Flory, A.L. Cooper, and S.K. Morris. 2012. Assessing the invasion risk of Eucalyptus in the United States using the Australian weed risk assessment. International Journal of Forestry Research. 2012:203768.
Wilson, S.B. and S.L. Flory. 2012. FloraGator: A novel, interactive, and online multiple-entry key for identifying plant families. HortTechnology. 22:410-41.
Lee, M., S.L. Flory, and R. Phillips. 2012. Positive feedbacks to growth of an invasive grass through alteration of nitrogen cycling. Oecologia. 170:457-65.
Shannon, S., S.L. Flory, and H. Reynolds. 2012. Competitive context alters plant-soil feedback in an experimental woodland community. Oecologia. 169:235-243.
Novy, A., S.L. Flory, J.A. Honig, S. Bonos, and J.M. Hartman. 2012. Characterization of polymorphic micosatellites for the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum (Poaceae). American Journal of Botany. 99:e56 – e58.
Kleczewski, N., S.L. Flory, and K. Clay. 2012. Variation in pathogenicity and host range of Bipolaris sp. causing leaf blight disease on the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum. Weed Science. 60:486-493
Flory, S.L., F. Long, and K. Clay. 2011. Invasive Microstegium populations consistently outperform native range populations across diverse environments. Ecology 92:2248-2257.
Flory, S.L., N. Kleczewski, and K. Clay. 2011. Ecological consequences of pathogen accumulation on an invasive grass. Ecosphere.2(10).
Zeng, S.L, T.T. Zhang, Y. Gao, B. Li, C.M. Fang, S.L. Flory, and B. Zhao. 2011. Road effects on vegetation composition in a saline environment. Journal of Plant Ecology. 5(2): 206-218.
Emery, S.M, J. Uwimbabazi, and S.L. Flory. 2011. Fire intensity effects on seed germination of native and invasive Eastern deciduous forest understory plants. Forest Ecology and Management.261:1401-1408.
Flory, S.L., F. Long, and K. Clay. 2011. Greater performance of introduced vs. native range populations of Microstegium vimineum across variable light environments. Basic and Applied Ecology.12:350-359.
Craig, S., S. Kannadan, S.L. Flory, E.K. Seifert, K.D. Whitney, and J.A. Rudgers. 2011. Potential for endophyte symbiosis to increase resistance of the native grass Poa alsodes to invasion by the non-native grass Microstegium vimineum. Symbiosis 53:17-28.
Mattingly, W.B. and S.L. Flory. 2011. Host plant architecture affects oviposition site selection of periodical cicadas. Oikos 120:1083-1091.
Bauer, J. and S.L. Flory. 2011. Suppression of the woodland herb Senna hebecarpa by the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum. American Midland Naturalist. 165:105-115.
Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2010. Non-native grass invasion suppresses forest succession. Oecologia 164:1029-1038.
Simao, M.C., S.L. Flory, and J.A. Rudgers. 2010. Experimental plant invasion reduces arthropod abundance and richness across multiple trophic levels. Oikos 119:1553-1562.
Kleczewski, N. and S.L. Flory. 2010. Leaf blight disease on the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum (Japanese stiltgrass) caused by a Bipolaris sp. Plant Disease 94:807-811.
Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2010. Non-native grass invasion alters native plant composition in experimental communities. Biological Invasions 12:1285-1294.
Droste, T.*, S.L. Flory, and K. Clay. 2010. Variation for phenotypic plasticity among populations of an invasive exotic grass. Plant Ecology. 207:297-306. *undergraduate advisee, received 2008 Honors Thesis Award
Flory, S.L. 2010. Management of Microstegium vimineum invasions and recovery of resident plant communities. Restoration Ecology. 18:103-112.
Flory, S.L. and J. Lewis. 2009. Non-chemical methods for managing Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum). Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2:301-309.
Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2009. Effects of roads and forest successional age on experimental plant invasions. Biological Conservation. 142:2531-2537.
Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2009. Invasive plant removal method determines native plant community responses. Journal of Applied Ecology. 4:434-442.(Summary)
Flory, S.L. and W.B. Mattingly. 2008. Response of host plants to periodical cicada oviposition damage. Oecologia 156:649-656.
Civitello, D.J., S.L. Flory, and K. Clay. 2008. Exotic grass invasion reduces survival of Amblyomma americanum and Dermacentor variabilis ticks. Journal of Medical Entomology. 45:867-872.
Clay, K., K. Reinhart, J.A. Rudgers, T. Tintjer, J.L. Koslow, S.L. Flory. 2008. Red queen communities. Pp. 145-178, In Ecology of Infectious Diseases: Interactions between diseases and ecosystems. (V. Eviner, F. Keesing and R. Ostfeld, Eds.). Princeton University Press, Princeton.
Flory, S.L., J.A. Rudgers, and K. Clay. 2007. Experimental light treatments affect invasion success and the impact of Microstegium vimineum on the resident community. Natural Areas Journal 27:124-132.
Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2006. Invasive shrub distribution varies with distance to roads and stand age in eastern deciduous forests in Indiana, USA. Plant Ecology 184:131-141.
Cianciolo, J., S.L. Flory, and J. Atwell. 2006. Evaluating the use of Inquiry-based activities: Does student and teacher behavior really change? Journal of College Science Teaching 36:50-55.
Flory, S.L., E.L. Ingram, B.J.Heidinger, and T. Tintjer. 2005. Hands–On in the Non-Laboratory Classroom: Reconstructing Plant Phylogenies Using Morphological Characters. The American Biology Teacher 67:542-549.