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Risk and intentional introductions. Better Border Biosecurity Conference - '10 years on – Adding Value to New Zealand’s Plant Biosecurity System through Research'.(2014).
Assessing safety of biological control introductions. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources. 6, 1-12.(2011).
Biodiversity of indigenous tussock grassland sites in Otago, Canterbury and the Central North Island of New Zealand VI. Coleoptera biodiversity, community structure, exotic species invasion, and the effect of disturbance by agricultural development. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand . 42, 217-239.(2011).
Taxonomic triage: molecular tools complementing morphological description, a New Zealand case study. 3rd Combined Australia and New Zealand Entomological Society Conference.(2011).
Effects of tussock grassland disturbance by agricultural development on Coleoptera biodiversity, community structure, and exotic species invasion. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference : Programme and abstracts. 4-5.(2010).
Preference between non-target hosts Nicaeana cervina and Irenimus egens by the parasitoid Microctonus aethiopoides in the laboratory [Poster]. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference : Programme and abstracts. 5-6.(2010).
Impacts of exotic invertebrates on New Zealand’s indigenous species and ecosystems. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 34, 158-174.(2010).
Progress in risk assessment for classical biological control. Biological Control. 52, 245-254.(2010).
Biological control agent introduction regulation and the compliance rationale. Biosecurity. 20-22.(2010).
Detecting invasive species in advance of the border. ( , Ed.).IUFRO International Forest Biosecurity Conference : Popular summaries. 30-32.(2009).
Development of Microctonus aethiopoides (Loan) through multiple generations of novel weevil hosts in the laboratory (poster abstract). ( , Ed.).Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods. Christchurch, New Zealand, 8-13 February 2009. 617-618.(2009).
Impact of fire on tussock grassland invertebrate populations. Science for Conservation. 291, 75.(2009).
Review of invertebrate biological control agent regulation in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA: recommendations for a harmonized European system. Journal of Applied Entomology. 132, 89-123.(2008).
Post-release evaluation of risks of a biocontrol agent: a New Zealand case study. Proceedings XXIII International Congress of Entomology. 62.(2008).
To free or not to free: the New Zealand experience. Proceedings XXIII International Congress of Entomology.(2008).
The biocontrol information resource for ERMA New Zealand applicants (BIREA): an evaluation. New Zealand Plant Protection. 61, 8-11.(2008).
Biosafety for biological control: What have we achieved in the last 20 years?. Australia and New Zealand Biological Control Conference.(2008).
Biodiversity of indigenous tussock grassland sites in Otago, Canterbury and the central North Island. V. Penicillia and aspergilli. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 37, 131-137.(2007).