U.S. Army Garrison Hawai`i Invasive Slug files

Prepared by: The O`ahu Army Natural Resource Program (OANRP),

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About this webpage: Available here are files pertaining to invasive slugs These were produced by PCSU, under contract with the U.S. Army Garrison Hawai`i for the Island of O`ahu. Files appear in chronological order.

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Joe, S. October 2017 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 9.1: Summary of slug control actions and 9.2: Improved efficacy of FerroxxAQ compared to sluggo in a field setting 9.3: Development of a rat bait with slug-repellent properties

2017 Status Report

Joe, S. October 2016 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 9.1: Summary of slug control actions and 9.2: Development of a rat bait with slug-repellent properties

2016 Status Report

Joe, S. December 2015 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7: Summary of slug control actions and Delissea waianaeensis and Cyanea superba response to Sluggo application

2015 Status Report

Joe, S. December 2014 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7.1 Summary of slug control actions Oct. 2013-Sept. 2014 & 7.2 Efficacy of reduced Sluggo applications

2014 Status Report

Joe, S., K. Cloward, J. Hawkins and B. Yunnitz. 2014. Poster Presentation. Achieving optimal slug control in forest settings. 22nd Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2014

Joe, S. December 2013 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7.1 Summary of Slug Control Program & 7.2 Optimal Sluggo Application at West Makaleha Management Unit

2013 Status Report

Joe, S. December 2012 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. 7.1 Slug response to high and low dose application of Sluggo in three management units

2012 Status Report

Joe, S. Oral Presentation. July 2011. Registration of Sluggo for rare plant restoration: an effective new tool for slug control. 19th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2011

Joe, S. December 2011 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 5.2: Molluscicide special local needs labeling (SLN) status, 5.3 Seedling response to high and low doses of Sluggo

2011 Status Report

Joe, S. November 2010 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 7.3: Molluscicide special local needs labeling (SLN) status

2010 Status Report

Joe, S. November 2009 Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans.  Chapter 6.2 Molluscicide special local needs labeling (SLN) status

2009 Status Report

Joe, S.M. and C.C. Daehler. 2008.  Invasive slugs as under-appreciated obstacles to rare plant restoration: evidence from the Hawaiian Islands. Biological Invasions 10: 245-255

Joe, S. 2007. Status Report for the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 5.3 Molluscicide Field Test

2007 Status Report

Joe, S. Poster. July 2007. Safety and Efficacy of Sluggo Application in Natural Areas. 15th Annual Hawai'i Conservation Conference (HCC)

HCC 2007

Joe, S. 2006. Impact of Alien Slugs on Native Plant Seedlings in a Diverse Mesic Forest, Oahu, Hawaii, and a study of Slug Food Plant Preferences. M.S. Thesis, Botany Department, University of Hawaii at Manoa

2006 MS Thesis

Joe, S. October 2006 Status Report For the Makua and Oahu Implementation Plans. Chapter 6 Research Activities: terrestrial slugs problem statement

2006 Status Report

Joe, S. 2006. Appendix XII: Use of cardboard, plastic, and wooden sampling sheets to estimate relative size of slug populations

2006 Status Report

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