Daniel Montesinos
Daniel Montesinos
Senior Research Fellow, Australian Tropical Herbarium, James Cook University
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Germination responses of an invasive species in native and non‐native ranges
JL Hierro, Ö Eren, L Khetsuriani, A Diaconu, K Török, D Montesinos, ...
Oikos 118 (4), 529-538, 2009
Invasive species grows faster, competes better, and shows greater evolution toward increased seed size and growth than exotic non-invasive congeners
R Graebner, RM Callaway, D Montesinos
Plant Ecology 213 (4), 545-553, 2012
When, how and how much: gender-specific resource-use strategies in the dioecious tree Juniperus thurifera
D Montesinos, M De Luís, M Verdú, J Raventós, P García-Fayos
Annals of botany 98 (4), 885-889, 2006
Inhibitory effects of Eucalyptus globulus on understorey plant growth and species richness are greater in non‐native regions
PI Becerra, JA Catford, Inderjit, M Luce McLeod, K Andonian, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (1), 68-76, 2018
Genders in Juniperus thurifera have different functional responses to variations in nutrient availability
D Montesinos, P Villar-Salvador, P García-Fayos, M Verdú
New Phytologist 193 (3), 2012
Native congeners provide biotic resistance to invasive Potentilla through soil biota
RM Callaway, D Montesinos, K Williams, JL Maron
Ecology 94 (6), 1223-1229, 2013
Moms are better nurses than dads: Gender biased self‐facilitation in a dioecious Juniperus tree
D Montesinos, M Verdú, P García‐Fayos
Journal of Vegetation Science 18 (2), 271-280, 2007
Dispersal pathways and genetic differentiation among worldwide populations of the invasive weed Centaurea solstitialis L.(Asteraceae)
RL Eriksen, JL Hierro, Ö Eren, K Andonian, K Török, PI Becerra, ...
PLOS ONE 9 (12), e114786, 2014
Neo-allopatry and rapid reproductive isolation.
D Montesinos, G Santiago, RM Callaway
The American naturalist 180 (4), 529-533, 2012
Masting uncoupling: mast seeding does not follow all mast flowering episodes in a dioecious juniper tree
D Montesinos, P García-Fayos, M Verdú
Oikos 121, 1725-1736, 2012
Conflicting Selective Forces Underlying Seed Dispersal in the Endangered Plant Silene diclinis
D Montesinos, P García-Fayos, I Mateu
International Journal of Plant Sciences 167 (1), 103-110, 2006
Evidence for enemy release and increased seed production and size for two invasive Australian acacias
M Correia, D Montesinos, K French, S Rodríguez‐Echeverría
Journal of Ecology 104 (5), 1391-1399, 2016
Growth and Competitive Effects of Centaurea stoebe Populations in Response to Simulated Nitrogen Deposition
WM He, D Montesinos, GC Thelen, RM Callaway
PLoS ONE 4 (4), e36257, 2012
Relictual distribution reaches the top: Elevation constrains fertility and leaf longevity in Juniperus thurifera
D Montesinos, P García-Fayos, M Verdú
Acta Oecologica 36 (1), 120-125, 2010
Invasive and non-invasive congeners show similar trait shifts between their same native and non-native ranges
Y García, RM Callaway, A Diaconu, D Montesinos
PLOS ONE 8 (12), e82281, 2013
Fast invasives fastly become faster: invasive plants align largely with the fast side of the plant economics spectrum
D Montesinos
Journal of Ecology, 2022
Modeling the relative importance of ecological factors in exotic invasion: The origin of competitors matters, but disturbance in the non-native range tips the balance
S Xiao, RM Callaway, R Graebner, JL Hierro, D Montesinos
Ecological Modelling 335, 39-47, 2016
Two invasive acacia species secure generalist pollinators in invaded communities
D Montesinos, S Castro, S Rodríguez-Echeverría
Acta Oecologica 74, 46-55, 2016
Juniperus thurifera: una especie dioica, vecera y relíctica
D Montesinos
Revista Ecosistemas 16 (3), 172-185, 2007
Traits correlate with invasive success more than plasticity: A comparison of three Centaurea congeners
D Montesinos, RM Callaway
Ecology and evolution 8 (15), 7378-7385, 2018
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