• Helmus, M .R., De Bona, S. & Hudgins, E. J. Risk of cashing out the global invasion credit: An emerging agricultural pest in the U.S. heralds a new era of invasive species impacts. In prep.

  • Hudgins, E.J., Davies, T. J., & Leung, B. A unifying phylogenetic model of amplification and dilution effects of host biodiversity on pest establishment. In prep.

  • Hudgins, E. J., Koch, F. H., Ambrose, M. J., & Leung, B. Urban tree deaths from invasive alien forest insects in the United States, 2020-2050. Submitted. PNAS. (Preprint)

  • Turbelin, A.J., Diagne, C., Hudgins, E.J., Moodley, D., Haubrock, P.J., et al.. Species on the move: Stowaways and contaminants cause the greatest economic impacts. Submitted. Biological Invasions. (Preprint)

  • Ahmed, D.A.*, Hudgins, E.J.*, Cuthbert, R.N.*, Kourantidou, M., Diagne, C., et al. Managing biological invasions: the cost of inaction. Submitted. Biological Invasions. (Preprint)

  • Ahmed, D. Hudgins, E.J., Cuthbert, R., Haubrock, P. J., Renault, D., Bonnaud, E., Diagne, C., & Courchamp, F. Modelling the damage costs of invasive alien species. Resubmitted. Biological Invasions. (Preprint)

  • Crystal-Ornelas, R. Fantle-Lepczyk, J., Kramer, A., Hudgins, E.J., Leung, B. Diagne, C., et al. Economic costs of biological invasions within North America. In press. Neobiota.

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A.M., & Leung, B. Comparing generalized to customized models for United States invasive forest pests. Ecological Applications (2019) 30(1):e01988. (full text)

  • Leung, B., Hudgins, E. J., Potapova, A., & Ruiz-Jaen, M. A new baseline for countrywide α-diversity and species distributions: illustration using >6000 plant species in Panama. Ecological Applications (2019) 29(3): e01866. (full text)

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A.M., & Leung, B. Corrigendum: Predicting the spread of all invasive forest pests in the United States. Ecology Letters (2018) 21(11): 1752-1754. (full text)

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A.M., & Leung, B. Predicting the spread of all invasive forest pests in the United States. Ecology Letters (2017) 20(4): 426-435. (full text)

  • Iacarella, J.C., Hudgins, E.J., Dick, J.T.A., & Ricciardi, A. Predatory behaviour of an invasive amphipod in response to the presence of conspecifics and predation risk. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2017) 75(1): 131-140. (full text)

  • Hudgins, J.A., Hudgins, E.J., Ali, K., & Mancini, A. Citizen science surveys elucidate key foraging and nesting habitat for two endangered marine turtle species within the Republic of Maldives. Herpetology Notes 10: 463-471. (full text)

* equivalent contribution

Oral Presentations

  • Hudgins, E. J., Koch, F. H., Ambrose, M. J., & Leung, B. Urban tree deaths from invasive alien forest insects in the United States, 2020-2050. Presented at theInternational Association for Landscape Ecology – North America conference, April 12, 2021, in the organised symposium “Forecasting Biological Invasions”.

  • Hudgins, E.J. Predicting Forest Pests: Generalized models for invasive species establishment, spread, and economic impacts. Presented via Zoom on April 22nd, 2020. (PhD Exit Seminar) (video)(slides)

  • Hudgins, E.J., Koch, F. H., Ambrose, M. J., Leung, B., Estimating the economic damages of United States invasive forest pests. Presented at the World Conference on Natural Resource Modelling, May 23rd, 2019 (International Conference – Graduate work). Winner – Best Student Presentation.

  • Hudgins, J.A. (presenting author), Hudgins, E.J., How to get meaningful results from opportunistic photo-ID data. Presented at the 39th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conversation, February 2nd, 2019. (International Conference - Side project).

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A. M., & Leung B. Comparing generalized to customized models for United States invasive forest pests. Presented at the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Symposium, December 12th, 2018 (Regional Conference - Graduate work).

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A. M., & Leung B. Comparing generalized to customized models for United States invasive forest pests. Presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 8th, 2018. (International Conference - Graduate work).

  • Hudgins, E.J.. Optimal control of the spread of invasive forest pests in the United States. Presented at the Mathematics of Biological Systems Management conference, University of Melbourne, April 6th, 2018. (International conference – Graduate work)

  • Hudgins, E.J.. Optimal control of the spread of invasive forest pests in the United States. Presented at the University of Queensland’s Centre for Biology and Conservation Science’s weekly seminar series, March 20th, 2018. (International invited seminar – Graduate work)

  • Hudgins, J.A. (presenting author), Hudgins, E.J., Determining abundance, apparent survival, and temporary emigration for hawksbill turtles using opportunistic photo-ID data in the Republic of Maldives. Presented at the International Sea Turtle Symposium, February 18th, 2018. (International Conference - Side project).

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A. M., & Leung B. Comparing generalized to customized models for United States invasive forest pests. Presented at the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Symposium, December 15th, 2017 (Regional Conference - Graduate work).

  • Hudgins, E.J., & Leung B. The effect of host diversity on the establishment of United States invasive forest pests. Presented at the McGill Conservation, Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour retreat, April 8th, 2017 (Departmental Conference - Graduate work).

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A. M., & Leung B. Forecasting United States forest invaders: A general predictive model for pest spread. Presented at the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science Symposium, December 16th, 2016 (Regional Conference - Graduate work).

  • Hudgins, E.J., Liebhold, A. M., & Leung B. Forecasting United States forest invaders: A general predictive model for pest spread. Presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 11th, 2016 (International Conference - Graduate work). (slides)

  • Hudgins, E.J. Modelling invasive forest pest spread across the United States. Presented at the Centre for Applied Mathematics in Biology of Medicine End-Of-Year Symposium. April 28th, 2015. (Provincial working group – Honours work).

  • Hudgins, E.J. Modelling invasive forest pest spread across the United States. Presented at McGill’s Honours Symposium, April 15th, 2015. (McGill Undergraduate Symposium – Honours work).

  • Iacarella, J.C. (presenting author), Hudgins, E.J., Dick, J.T.A. & Ricciardi, A. Predatory behavior of an invasive amphipod (Gammarus pulex) in the presence of fish cues and conspecifics. Paper presented at the Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network Annual General Meeting, Gatineau, Ontario. April 2014. (National Conference – Independent Study Project work).

Poster Presentations

  • Hudgins, E.J., Davies, T.J., Leung, B. A unifying phylogenetic model for the effect of host phylogenetic diversity on invasive pest establishment. Poster presented at the British Ecological Society Festival of Ecology. Dec 14-18th, 2020. (International Conference – Graduate work).

  • Hudgins, E.J., Koch, F. H., Ambrose, M. J., Leung, B., Estimating the economic damages of United States invasive forest pests. Poster presented at Natural Resources Canada’??s Forest Pest Management Forum, December 3-5th, 2019 (National Conference – Graduate work).