Greg Spyreas
Greg Spyreas
University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey
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Evolutionary limits ameliorate the negative impact of an invasive plant
RA LANKAU, V NUZZO, G SPYREAS, AS DAVIS
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2010
2152010
Trajectories of vegetation‐based indicators used to assess wetland restoration progress
JW Matthews, G Spyreas, AG Endress
Ecological applications 19 (8), 2093-2107, 2009
1622009
Life history of Microstegium vimineum (Poaceae), an invasive grass in southern Illinois
DJ Gibson, G Spyreas, J Benedict
Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 207-219, 2002
1532002
Convergence and divergence in plant community trajectories as a framework for monitoring wetland restoration progress
JW Matthews, G Spyreas
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (5), 1128-1136, 2010
1422010
Biological consequences of invasion by reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea)
G Spyreas, BW Wilm, AE Plocher, DM Ketzner, JW Matthews, JL Ellis, ...
Biological invasions 12 (5), 1253-1267, 2010
962010
Can volunteers provide reliable data for forest vegetation surveys?
A Brandon, G Spyreas, B Molano-Flores, C Carroll, J Ellis
Natural Areas Journal 23 (3), 254-262, 2003
912003
Floristic Conservation Value, nested understory floras, and the development of second-growth forest
G Spyreas, JW Matthews
Ecological Applications 16 (4), 1351-1366, 2006
602006
Tradeoffs among ecosystem services in restored wetlands
J Jessop, G Spyreas, G Pociask, TJ Benson, M Ward, A Kent, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 341-348, 2015
482015
A null model test of Floristic Quality Assessment: Are plant species’ Coefficients of Conservatism valid?
JW Matthews, G Spyreas, CM Long
Ecological Indicators 52, 1-7, 2015
472015
Effects of Endophyte Infection in Tall Fescue (Festuca arundinacea: Poaceae) on Community Diversity
G Spyreas, DJ Gibson, BA Middleton
International Journal of Plant Sciences 162 (6), 1237-1245, 2001
472001
Long-term trends in Midwestern milkweed abundances and their relevance to monarch butterfly declines
DN Zaya, IS Pearse, G Spyreas
BioScience 67 (4), 343-356, 2017
402017
Native‐exotic species richness relationships across spatial scales and biotic homogenization in wetland plant communities of Illinois, USA
H Chen, H Qian, G Spyreas, M Crossland
Diversity and Distributions 16 (5), 737-743, 2010
402010
Successional trends in Floristic Quality
G Spyreas, SJ Meiners, JW Matthews, B Molano‐Flores
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 339-348, 2012
372012
Non-native plant commonness and dominance in the forests, wetlands, and grasslands of Illinois, USA
GR Spyreas, J Ellis, C Carroll, B Molano-Flores
Natural Areas Journal 24 (4), 290-299, 2004
322004
Endophyte infection levels of native and naturalized fescues in Illinois and England
G Spyreas, DJ Gibson, M Basinger
Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 25-34, 2001
282001
Fire history of a post oak (Quercus stellata Wang.) woodland in Hamilton County, Illinois
WE McClain, TL Esker, BR Edgin, G Spyreas, JE Ebinger
Castanea 75 (4), 461-474, 2010
272010
Biotic homogenization of regional wetland plant communities within short timescales in the presence of an aggressive invader
EPF Price, G Spyreas, JW Matthews
Journal of Ecology, 2017
202017
Plant sampling protocols, in Critical trends assessment program monitoring protocols
C Carroll, C Dassler, J Ellis, G Spyreas, JB Taft, K Robertson
INHS Technical Report INHS 2002 (2), 2002
16*2002
Floristic Quality Assessment: a critique, a defense, and a primer
G Spyreas
Ecosphere 10 (8), e02825, 2019
132019
Non‐native plants have greater impacts because of differing per‐capita effects and nonlinear abundance–impact curves
IS Pearse, HR Sofaer, DN Zaya, G Spyreas
Ecology letters 22 (8), 1214-1220, 2019
132019
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