Quentin Paynter
Quentin Paynter
Senior Researcher, Landcare Research, New Zealand
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Biological control of Scotch broom: modelling the determinants of abundance and the potential impact of introduced insect herbivores
M Rees, Q Paynter
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1203-1221, 1997
The invertebrate fauna on broom, Cytisus scoparius, in two native and two exotic habitats
J Memmott, SV Fowler, Q Paynter, AW Sheppard, P Syrett
Acta Oecologica 21 (3), 213-222, 2000
Integrating herbicide and mechanical control treatments with fire and biological control to manage an invasive wetland shrub, Mimosa pigra
Q Paynter, GJ Flanagan
Journal of Applied Ecology, 615-629, 2004
Modelling integrated weed management of an invasive shrub in tropical Australia
YM Buckley, M Rees, Q Paynter, M Lonsdale
Journal of Applied Ecology 41 (3), 547-560, 2004
Factors affecting invasion and persistence of broom Cytisus scoparius in Australia
AW Sheppard, P Hodge, Q Paynter, M Rees
Journal of Applied Ecology, 721-734, 2002
Predicting parasitoid accumulation on biological control agents of weeds
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, A Hugh Gourlay, R Groenteman, PG Peterson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (3), 575-582, 2010
Factors affecting the establishment of Cytisus scoparius in southern France: implications for managing both native and exotic populations
Journal of Applied Ecology 35 (4), 582-595, 1998
The potential for biological control of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius)(Fabaceae) and related weedy species
P Syrett, SV Fowler, EM Coombs, JR Hosking, GP Markin, QE Paynter, ...
Biocontrol News and Information 20, 17N-34N, 1999
Age structure and growth of the woody legume weed Cytisus scoparius in native and exotic habitats: implications for control
Q Paynter, PO Downey, AW Sheppard
Journal of Applied Ecology 40 (3), 470-480, 2003
Nodule Symbiosis of Invasive Mimosa pigra in Australia and in Ancestral Habitats: A Comparative Analysis
MA Parker, AK Wurtz, Q Paynter
Biological Invasions 9, 127-138, 2007
Evaluating the impact of a biological control agent Carmenta mimosa on the woody wetland weed Mimosa pigra in Australia
Q Paynter
Journal of Applied Ecology 42 (6), 1054-1062, 2005
Comparing the population dynamics of broom, Cytisus scoparius, as a native plant in the United Kingdom and France and as an invasive alien weed in Australia …
SV Fowler, HM Harman, J Memmott, Q Paynter, R Shaw, AW Sheppard, ...
Safety in New Zealand weed biocontrol a nationwide survey for impacts on nontarget plants
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, AH Gourlay, ML Haines, HM Harman, SR Hona, ...
New Zealand Plant Protection 57, 102-107, 2004
How can ecologists help practitioners minimize non-target effects in weed biocontrol?
SV Fowler, Q Paynter, S Dodd, R Groenteman
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 307-310, 2012
Worth the risk? Introduction of legumes can cause more harm than good: an Australian perspective
Q Paynter, SM Csurhes, TA Heard, J Ireson, MH Julien, J Lloyd, ...
Australian Systematic Botany 16 (1), 81-88, 2003
Relative performance on test and target plants in laboratory tests predicts the risk of non-target attack in the field for arthropod weed biocontrol agents
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, AH Gourlay, PG Peterson, LA Smith, CJ Winks
Biological control 80, 133-142, 2015
Are seed-feeding insects of use for the biological control of broom
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, HL Hinz, J Memmott, R Shaw, AW Sheppard, ...
Proceedings of the IX international symposium on biological control of weeds …, 1996
Plant traits predict the success of weed biocontrol
Q Paynter, JMC Overton, RL Hill, SE Bellgard, MI Dawson
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (5), 1140-1148, 2012
Why did specificity testing fail to predict the field host-range of the gorse pod moth in New Zealand?
Q Paynter, AH Gourlay, PT Oboyski, SV Fowler, RL Hill, TM Withers, ...
Biological Control 46 (3), 453-462, 2008
Making weed biological control predictable, safer and more effective: perspectives from New Zealand
Q Paynter, SV Fowler, R Groenteman
BioControl 63, 427-436, 2018
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