Le Roux, J. J., A. G. Ellis, L.-M. van Zyl, N. D. Hosking, J.-H. Keet, and F. A. Yannelli. The importance of soil legacy effects and mutualist availability during the invasion of nutrient-poor environments by legumes. Under review.

Teixeira L H, Yannelli F A, Attayde J L, Ganade G, Kollmann J. Functional diversity and invasive species moderate soil fertility in grassland mesocosms. Under review.

Yannelli F A, Karrer G, Hall R, Kollmann J, Heger T. Seed density is more effective than multi-trait limiting similarity in controlling grassland resistance against plant invasions in a mesocosms study. Journal of Applied Vegetation Science, in press.


Saul W-C., Shackleton R T, Yannelli F A (2017) Ecologists Winning Arguments: Ends Don’t Justify the Means. A Response to Begon. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32(10): 772-773. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2017.08.005

Yannelli F A, Koch C, Jeschke J M, Kollmann J (2017). Limiting similarity and Darwin’s naturalization hypothesis: understanding the drivers of biotic resistance against invasive plant species. Oecologia: 1-10. doi:10.1007/s00442-016-3798-8

Yannelli F A, Hughes P, Kollmann J (2017). Preventing plant invasions at early stages of revegetation: The role of limiting similarity in seed size and seed density. Ecological Engineering 100: 286-290. doi:


Tabeni S, Yannelli F A, Vezzani N, Mastrantonio L E  (2016) Indicators of landscape organization and functionality in semi-arid former agricultural lands under a passive restoration management over two periods of abandonment. Ecological Indicators 66: 488-496. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.02.019


Staab K*, Yannelli F A*, Lang M, Kollmann J (2015) Bioengineering effectiveness of seed mixtures for road verges: Functional composition as a predictor of grassland diversity and invasion resistance Ecological Engineering 84:104 – 112. doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2015.07.016

(*These authors contributed equally to this work)


Yannelli F A, Tabeni S, Mastrantonio L E, Vezzani N (2014) Assessing degradation of abandoned farmlands for conservation of the Monte Desert biome in Argentina. Environmental Management 53 (1): 231-239. doi:10.1007/s00267-013-0176-8



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