Published in the international journal Restoration Ecology is a manuscript produced by Phil Hahn, recent graduate of the Environmental Science and Policy master’s degree program, and Natural and Applied Sciences faculty members Mathew Dornbush, Hahn’s adviser, and Michael Draney of the graduate committee. An “Early View” online release is already available for their work, “Exotic slugs pose a previously unrecognized threat to the herbaceous layer in a Midwestern woodland.” The paper is the first to document the effect of a previously overlooked exotic slug, Deroceras reticulatum (the Grey Garden Slug), in shaping the composition of native woodland understories and in facilitating the success of the invasive herb, Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard). For more information, click here.
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