Recent Publications

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+Bick Lab - Precision Pest Ecology

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+Crall Lab - Integrative Ecology

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Publications:

Crall JD, Brokaw J, Gagliardi SF, Mendenhall CD, Pierce NE, Combes SA. (2020). Wind drives temporal variation in pollinator visitation in a fragmented tropical forest. Biology Letters.16: 20200103  pdf

Salzman S, Crook D, Crall JD, Hopkins R, Pierce NE, Dey B (in revision). An ancient obligate pollination mutualism in cycads.

Crall JD, de Bivort BL, Dey B, Ford Versypt A. (2019). Social buffering of pesticides in bumblebees: agent-based modeling of the effects of colony size and neonicotinoid exposure on nest behavior. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7:51

Crall JD, Switzer CM, Oppenheimer RL, Ford Versypt A, Dey B, Brown B, Eyster M, Guérin C, Pierce NE, Combes SA, de Bivort BL (2018).  Neonicotinoid exposure disrupts bumblebee nest behavior, social networks, and thermoregulation. Science 362, 683–686 pdf 

NPR  Wired  AAAS  Perspectiv

Alisch T, Crall JD, Zucker D, de Bivort BL. (2018). MAPLE: A Modular Automated platform for Large-scale Experiments a low-cost robot for integrated animal-handling and phenotyping. eLife 2018;7:e37166.  pdf.

Crall, JD, Gravish N, Mountcastle AM, Kocher SD, Oppenheimer RL, Pierce NE, Combes SA (2018). Spatial fidelity of workers predicts collective response to disturbance in a social insect. Nature Communications. 9 (1201) 1-13. pdf 

WIRED.  Nature Video. Chemical and Engineering News.

Crall JD, Chang JJ, Oppenheimer RO, Combes SA (2017). Foraging in an unsteady world: Bumblebee flight performance in field-realistic turbulence. Interface Focus 7: 20160086. pdf
New Scientist

Chang JJ*, +, Crall JD*, Combes SA (2016). Wind alters landing dynamics in bumblebees. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 2819-2822. *Authors contributed equally, +Undergraduate collaborator pdf

Crall JD*, Akandwanaho D*,+, Souffrant AD*,+, Hescock SD*,+, Callan SE, Coronado WM, Baldwin MW, de Bivort BL (2016). Social context modulates idiosyncrasy of behavior in the gregarious cockroach Blaberus discoidalis. Animal Behaviour 111: 297-305. *Authors contributed equally, +Undergraduate collaborators pdf

Crall JD, Mountcastle AM, Ravi S, Combes SA (2015). Bumblebee flight performance in cluttered environments: Effects of obstacle orientation, body size, and acceleration. Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (17): 2728-2737 pdf
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Crall JD, Gravish N, Mountcastle AM, Combes SA. (2015). BEEtag: a low-cost, image-based tracking system for the study of animal behavior and locomotion. PLOS One 10(9): e0136487. pdf

Ravi S, Crall JD, McNeilly L, Gagliradi SF, Biewener AA, Combes SA (2015). Hummingbird flight stability and control in freestream turbulence. Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (9): 1444-1452 pdf

Ravi S, Crall JD, Fisher A, Combes SA, (2013). Rolling with the flow: Bumblebees flying in unsteady wakes. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 4299-4309 pdf

Combes SA, Rundle D, Iwasaki J, Crall JD (2012). Linking biomechanics and ecology through predator-prey interactions: Flight performance of dragonflies and their prey. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215: 903-913 pdf

Donoughe, S*, Crall JD*, Combes SA, Merz RA (2011). Resilin in dragonfly and damselfly wings and its implications for wing flexibility. Journal of Morphology 272(12): 1409-1421 *Authors contributed equally pdf

Combes SA, Crall JD, Mukherjee S (2010). Dynamics of animal movement in an ecological context: Dragonfly wing damage reduces flight performance and predation success. Biology Letters 6(3): 426-429 pdf

+Gratton Lab - Landscape Ecology

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Publications:

Bruce, A.S., Thogmartin, W.E., Trosen, C., Oberhauser, K., Gratton, C., 2022. Landscape- and local-level variables affect monarchs in Midwest grasslands. Landscape Ecology 37, 93–108. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-021-01341-4

Hemberger, J., Crossley, M.S., Gratton, C., 2021. Historical decrease in agricultural landscape diversity is associated with shifts in bumble bee species occurrence. Ecology Letters 24, 1800–1813. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13786

Iuliano, B., Gratton, C., 2020. Temporal resource (dis)continuity for conservation biological control: from field to landscape scales. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 15. https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2020.00127

Gratton, C., Hoekman, D., Dreyer, J., Jackson, R.D., 2017. Increased duration of aquatic resource pulse alters community and ecosystem responses in a subarctic plant community. Ecology 98, 2860–2872. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.1977

Mallinger, R.E., Gaines-Day, H.R., Gratton, C., 2017. Do managed bees have negative effects on wild bees?: A systematic review of the literature. PLoS ONE 12, e0189268.

Rosenheim, J.A., Gratton, C., 2017. Ecoinformatics (big data) for agricultural entomology: pitfalls, progress, and promise. Annual Review of Entomology 62, 399–417. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-ento-031616-035444

Gaines-Day, H.R., Gratton, C., 2016. Crop yield is correlated with honey bee hive density but not in high woodland landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 218, 53–57, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2015.11.001

Mallinger, R.E., Gibbs, J., Gratton, C., 2016. Diverse landscapes have a higher abundance and species richness of spring wild bees by providing complementary floral resources over bees’ foraging periods. Landscape Ecology 31, 1523–1535. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-015-0332-z

Meehan, T.D., Gratton, C., Diehl, E., Hunt, N.D., Mooney, D.F., Ventura, S.J., Barham, B.L., Jackson, R.D., 2013. Ecosystem-service tradeoffs associated with switching from annual to perennial energy crops in riparian zones of the US Midwest. PLoS One 8, e80093. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0080093

Meehan, T.D., Werling, B.P., Landis, D.A., Gratton, C., 2011. Agricultural landscape simplification and insecticide use in the Midwestern United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108, 11500–11505. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1100751108

+Groves Lab - Vegetable Crop Entomology

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2022

  • Clements, J., Bradford, B. Z., Lipke, M., Jansky, S., Olson, J., & Groves, R. L. (2022). Difference in Foliar Fatty Acid Composition in Potato Cultivars over a Growing Season May Influence the Host Location Preference of Leptinotarsa decemlineata. American Journal of Potato Research, 99(1), 40–47. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-021-09857-w
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  • Harrod, V. L., Groves, R. L., Guillemette, E. G., & Barak, J. D. (2022). Salmonella enterica changes Macrosteles quadrilineatus feeding behaviors resulting in altered S. enterica distribution on leaves and increased populations. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-11750-3
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  • Cohen, Z. P., Chen, Y. H., Groves, R., & Schoville, S. D. (2022). Evidence of hard-selective sweeps suggest independent adaptation to insecticides in Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) populations. BioRxiv, October, 1691–1705. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.13498
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  • Lawton, D., Huseth, A. S., Kennedy, G. G., Morey, A. C., Hutchison, W. D., Reisig, D. D., Dorman, S. J., Dillard, D., Venette, R. C., Groves, R. L., Adamczyk, J. J., Barbosa Dos Santos, I., Baute, T., Brown, S., Burkness, E., Dean, A., Dively, G. P., Doughty, H. B., Fleischer, S. J., … Zuefle, M. (2022). Pest population dynamics are related to a continental overwintering gradient. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(37), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2203230119
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  • Lai, P. C., Iglesias, L., Groves, R. L., Havey, M. J., & Nault, B. A. (2022). Performance of a semi-glossy onion hybrid in certified organic onion fields infested with Thrips tabaci and bulb-rot causing bacteria. Crop Protection, 160(March), 106037. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2022.106037
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2022). Evaluation of At-Plant Banded Applications of Verimark Versus Foliar Applications of Exirel for European Corn Borer Control on Green Bean in Wisconsin, 2021. Arthropod Management Tests, 47(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsac065
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2022). Evaluation of Several Seed Treatment and In-Furrow Programs for First-Generation Colorado Potato Beetle Management on Potato in Wisconsin, 2021. Arthropod Management Tests, 47(1), 1–4. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsac030
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2022). Evaluation of Foliar Treatment Programs for First-Generation Colorado Potato Beetle Management on Potato in Wisconsin, 2021. Arthropod Management Tests, 47(1), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsac031
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2021

  • Clements, J., Bradford, B. Z., Lipke, M., Jansky, S., Olson, J., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Difference in Foliar Fatty Acid Composition in Potato Cultivars over a Growing Season May Influence the Host Location Preference of Leptinotarsa decemlineata. American Journal of Potato Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-021-09857-w
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  • Clements, J., Lamour, K., Frost, K., Dwyer, J., Huseth, A., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Targeted RNA sequencing reveals differential patterns of transcript expression in geographically discrete, insecticide resistant populations of Leptinotarsa decemlineata. Pest Management Science, February. https://doi.org/10.1002/ps.6393
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  • Lowe, E. B., Groves, R., & Gratton, C. (2021). Impacts of field-edge flower plantings on pollinator conservation and ecosystem service delivery – A meta-analysis. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 310(December 2020), 107290.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2020.107290
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  • Mishra, S., Dee, J., Moar, W., Dufner-Beattie, J., Baum, J., Dias, N. P., Alyokhin, A., Buzza, A., Rondon, S. I., Clough, M., Menasha, S., Groves, R., Clements, J., Ostlie, K., Felton, G., Waters, T., Snyder, W. E., & Jurat-Fuentes, J. L. (2021). Selection for high levels of resistance to double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) in Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say) using non-transgenic foliar delivery. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-85876-1
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  • Harrod, V. L., Groves, R. L., Maurice, M. A., & Barak, J. D. (2021). Frankliniella occidentalis facilitate Salmonella enterica survival in the phyllosphere. PLoS ONE, 16(2 February 2021), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0247325
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  • Iglesias, L., Groves, R.L., Bradford, B.Z., Harding, R.S. and Nault, B.A. 2020. Evaluating combinations of bioinsecticides and adjuvants for managing Thrips tabaci (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) in onion production systems Crop Prot. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2020.105527.
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  • Doğan, C., Hänniger, S., Heckel, D.G., Coutu, C., Hegedus, D.D., Crubaugh, L., Groves, R.L., Bayram, S. and Toprak, U. 2020. Two calcium‐binding chaperones from the fat body of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) involved in diapause. Arch. Insect Biochem. Physiol. https://doi.org/10.1002/arch.21755.
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Evaluation of an Experimental Foliar Product for Control of Lepidopteran Pests on Cabbage in Wisconsin, 2020. Arthropod Management Tests, 46(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsab101
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Evaluation of Foliar Applications of Senstar Versus Commercial Standards for the Control of Colonizing Aphids on Potato in Wisconsin, 2020. Arthropod Management Tests, 46(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsab100
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Evaluation of Two Experimental Bacillus thuringiensis tenebrionis Formulations for Efficacy Against Colorado Potato Beetle Larvae on Potato in Wisconsin, 2020. Arthropod Management Tests, 46(1), 1–4. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsab099
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Evaluation of an Experimental Systemic Insecticide Applied as Either an In-Furrow or Seed Treatment for the Control of Colorado Potato Beetle on Potato in Wisconsin, 2020. Arthropod Management Tests, 46(1), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsab098
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2021). Evaluation of an Experimental Foliar Product for First-Generation Colorado Potato Beetle Management on Potato in Wisconsin , 2020. Arthropod Management Tests, 46(1), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsab097
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  • Bradford, B., Lubinski, C., Chapman, S., Crockford, A., Spacek, C., Spurgeon, J., & Groves, R. (2021). Evaluation of Two Oil Products for PVY Management in Seed Potato Production in Wisconsin, 2020. Arthropod Management Tests, 46(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsab096
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2020

  • Lagos-Kutz, D., Voegtlin, D.J., Onstad, D., Hogg, D., Ragsdale, D., Tilmon, K., Hodgson, E. Difonzo, C., Groves, R.L., JLaforest, J., Seiter, N.J., Duerr, E., Bradford, B., Hartman, G.L. 2020. The Soybean Aphid Suction Trap Network: Sampling the Aerobiological “Soup”, American Entomologist, 66(1) https://doi.org/10.1093/ae/tmaa009.
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  • Clements, J.R., Olson, J.M., Sanchez‐Sedillo, B., Bradford, B.Z. and Groves, R.L. 2020. Changes in emergence phenology, fatty acid composition, and xenobiotic‐metabolizing enzyme expression is associated with increased insecticide resistance in the Colorado potato beetle. Arch. Ins. Biochem. And Physiol. https://doi.org/10.1002/arch.21630.
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  • Kamiyama, M.T., Bradford, B.Z., Groves, R.L. and Guédot, C. 2020. Degree day models to forecast the seasonal phenology of Drosophila suzukii in tart cherry orchards in the Midwest U.S. PLoS One. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0227726.
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  • Clements, J., Garcia, M., Bradford, B., Crubaugh, L., Piper, S., Duerr, E., Zwolinska, A., Hogenhout, S., Groves, R. L. (2020). Genetic Variation Among Geographically Disparate Isolates of Aster Yellows Phytoplasma in the Contiguous United States. Journal of Economic Entomology.
    https://doi.org/10.1093/jee/toz356
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2020). Evaluation of Full-Season Colorado Potato Beetle Management Programs in Wisconsin, 2019. Arthropod Management Tests, 45(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsaa019
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2020). Evaluation of Foliar Applications Including BoteGHA and Movento for the Control of Colonizing Aphids and Leafhoppers on Potato in Wisconsin, 2019. Arthropod Management Tests, 45(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsaa011
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2020). Evaluation of Torac, Warrior, and Coragen for First-Generation Colorado Potato Beetle Management in Wisconsin, 2019. Arthropod Management Tests, 45(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsaa018
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., & Groves, R. L. (2020). Evaluation of Foliar Insecticides for the Control of Onion Thrips in Dry-Bulb Onion in Wisconsin, 2019. Arthropod Management Tests, 45(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsaa010
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2019

  • Munaiz, E. D., Groves, R. L., & Havey, M. J. (2019). Amounts and Types of Epicuticular Leaf Waxes among Onion Accessions Selected for Reduced Damage by Onion Thrips. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 1–6.
    https://doi.org/10.21273/JASHS04773-19
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  • Claflin, S.B., Hernandez, N. Groves, R.L., Thaler, J.S. and Power, A.G. 2019. Intra‐annual variation and landscape composition interactively affect aphid community composition. Ecosphere 10(5). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2710.
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  • Clements, J., Groves, R.L., Cava, J., Barry, C.C., Chapman, S., and Olson, J.M. 2019. Conjugated linoleic acid as a novel insecticide targeting the agricultural pest Leptinotarsa decemlineata. PLoS ONE 14(11):e0220830. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0220830.
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., Crubaugh, L. K., & Groves, R. L. (2019). Evaluation of Foliar Insecticides for the Control of Onion Thrips in Dry-Bulb Onion, 2018. Arthropod Management Tests, 44(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsz005
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., Crubaugh, L. K., & Groves, R. L. (2019). Evaluation of Registered and Experimental Foliar Insecticides for the Control of Potato Aphid in Potato, 2018. Arthropod Management Tests, 44(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsz045
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., Crubaugh, L. K., & Groves, R. L. (2019). Evaluation of Foliar Insecticides for the Control of European Corn Borer on Snap Bean, 2018. Arthropod Management Tests, 44(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsz046
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  • Bradford, B. Z., Chapman, S. A., Crubaugh, L. K., & Groves, R. L. (2019). Full-Season Insecticide Management Programs for the Control of Colorado Potato Beetle in Commercial Potato Production, 2018. Arthropod Management Tests, 44(1). https://doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsz051
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2018

  • Bradford BZ, Huseth AS, Groves RL. Widespread detections of neonicotinoid contaminants in central Wisconsin groundwater. Ng CA, editor. PLoS One. Public Library of Science; 2018;13: e0201753.
    http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0201753
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  • Couture JJ, Singh A, Charkowski AO, Groves RL, Gray SM, Bethke PC, et al. Integrating Spectroscopy with Potato Disease Management. Plant Dis. Plant Disease; 2018;102: 2233–2240.
    http://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-01-18-0054-RE
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  • Karp DS, Chaplin-Kramer R, Meehan TD, Martin EA, DeClerck F, Grab H, et al. Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. National Academy of Sciences; 2018;115: E7863–E7870.
    http://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1800042115
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  • Fulladolsa AC, LaPlant KE, Groves RL, Charkowski AO. Potato Plants Grown from Minitubers are Delayed in Maturity and Lower in Yield, but are not at a Higher Risk of Potato virus Y Infection than Plants Grown from Conventional Seed. Am J Potato Res. Springer US; 2018;95: 45–53.
    http://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-017-9613-1
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  • Suryanarayanan S, Kleinman DL, Gratton C, Toth A, Guedot C, Groves R, et al. Collaboration Matters: Honey Bee Health as a Transdisciplinary Model for Understanding Real-World Complexity. Bioscience. 2018.
    http://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biy118
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  • Cowles KN, Groves RL, Barak JD. Leafhopper-Induced Activation of the Jasmonic Acid Response Benefits Salmonella enterica in a Flagellum-Dependent Manner. Front Microbiol. Frontiers; 2018;9: 1987.
    http://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2018.01987
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  • Clements J, Sanchez-Sedillo B, Bradfield CA, Groves RL. Transcriptomic analysis reveals similarities in genetic activation of detoxification mechanisms resulting from imidacloprid and chlorothalonil exposure. Qiu X, editor. PLoS One. Public Library of Science; 2018;13: e0205881.
    http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0205881
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  • Clements J, Schoville S, Clements A, Amezian D, Davis T, Sanchez-Sedillo B, et al. Agricultural fungicides inadvertently influence the fitness of Colorado potato beetles, Leptinotarsa decemlineata, and their susceptibility to insecticides. Sci Rep. Nature Publishing Group; 2018;8: 13282.
    http://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-31663-4
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+Guédot Lab - Fruit Crop Entomology

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Publications:

Jaffe B.D.Rink S., and Guédot C. 2021. Life history and damage by red-headed flea beetle (Systena frontalis) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon). Journal of Insect Science. 21: 1-8. doi: 10.1093/jisesa/ieab004

McIntosh H., Townsend P, Hills W.B., Atucha A., and Guédot C. 2021. Plastic mulches reduce adult and larval populations of Drosophila suzukii in fall-bearing raspberry. Journal of Pest Science.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10340-021-01456-2

Jaffe B.D., Wallin M., Fox M., and Guédot C. 2021. Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) is a marginal host for brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys). Journal of Economic Entomology. doi: 10.1093/jee/toab032″

Henden J. and Guédot C. 2021. Effect of adult feeding on the δ15N signatures of different tissues in Popillia japonica. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. https://doi.org/10.1111/eea.13060

Stockton D.G,..Guédot C, et al. 2020. Seasonal polyphenism of Spotted-wing Drosophila is affected by variation in local abiotic conditions within its invaded range, likely influencing survival and regional population dynamics. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6491 PDF

Kamiyama M., Bradford B.Z., Groves R.L., and Guédot C2020. Degree day models to forecast the seasonal phenology of Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in Midwest U.S. PLoS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0227726. PDF

Olazcuaga L., Loiseau A., Parrinello H., Paris M., Fraimout A., Guédot C., Diepenbrock L.M., Kenis M., Zhang J., Chen X., Borowieck N., Facon B., Vogt H., Price D.K., Vogel H., Prud’homme B., Estoup A, and Gautier M. 2020. A whole-genome scan for association with invasive success in the fruit fly Drosophila suzukii using contrasts of allele frequencies corrected for population structure. Molecular Biology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msaa098. PDF

Lois A.N, Jaffe B.D., Guédot C. 2020. Supplemental feeding solution do not improve honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) foraging on cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon). Journal of Apicultural Research. DOI: 10.1080/00218839.2020.1716472. PDF

Acebes-Doria A.L,..Guédot C, et al. 2019. Season-Long Monitoring of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) Throughout the United States Using Commercially Available Traps and Lures. DOI: 10.1093/jee/toz240. PDF

Kamiyama M.T., Schreiner Z., Guédot C. 2019. Diversity and abundance of natural enemies of Drosophilia suzukii in Wisconsin, USA fruit farms.  Biocontrol. DOI: 10.1007/s10526-019-09966-w. PDF

Guzman A., Gaines-Day H.R., Lois A.N., Zalapa J., Brunet J., Steffan S.A., Guédot C. 2019. Surrounding landscape and spatial arrangement of honey bee hives affect pollen foraging and yield in cranberry. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2019.106624. PDF

Jaffe B.D., Guédot C., Kok-Yokima M., Ketterer M.E., Leibee G. 2019. A caterpillar adapted to feed on arsenic hyperaccumulating ferns. Ecological Entomology. DOI: 10.1111/een.12724. PDF

Kamiyama M.T. and Guédot C. 2019. Varietal and developmental susceptibility of Wisconsin tart cherry (Prunus cerasus) to spotted wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii). Journal of Applied Entomology. DOI: 10.1093/jee/toz102. PDF

Pfeiffer V., Silbernagel J., Guédot C., Zalapa J. 2019. Woodland and floral richness boost bumble bee colony density in cranberry resource pulse landscapes. Landscape Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-019-00810-1. PDF

Jaffe B.D. and Guédot C. 2019. Vertical and temporal distribution of spotted-wing drosophila
(Drosophila suzukii) and pollinators within cultivated raspberries. Pest Management Science. DOI: 10.1002/ps.5343. PDF

Guédot C., Avanesyan A., and Hietala-Henschell K. 2018. Effect of temperature and humidity on the seasonal phenology of Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in Wisconsin. Environmental Entomology. 47:1365-1375. PDF

Jaffe B.D., Lois A.N., and Guédot C. 2018. Effect of fungicide on pollen foraging by honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in cranberry differs by fungicide type. Journal of Economic Entomology. DOI: 10.1093/jee/toy353 PDF

Suryanarayanan S., Kleinman D.L., Gratton C., Toth A., Guédot C., Groves R., Piechowski J., Moore B., Hagedorn D., Swan H., Celley M. 2018. Collaboration matters: honey bee health as a transdisciplinary model for understanding real-world complexity. Bioscience. PDF

Guédot C., Hietala-Henschell, K., Lois, A.N. 2018. Species Composition, Abundance and Seasonal Phenology of Social Wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Wisconsin Vineyards. Insects9, 57.  PDF

Jaffe B.D., Guédot C., Landolt P.J. 2018. Mass-Trapping Codling Moth, Cydia pomonella (Lepidopteran: Torticidae), Using a Kairomone Lure Reduces Fruit Damage in Commercial Apple Orchards. Journal of Economic Entomology. DOI: 10.1093/jee/toy111  PDF

Jaffe B.D, Avanesyan A, Bal H.K., Feng Y., Grant J., Grieshop M.J., Lee J.C., Liburd O.E., Rhodes E., Rodriguez-Saona C., Sial A.A., Zhang A., Guédot C. 2018. Multistate Comparison of Attractants and the Impact of Fruit Development Stage on Trapping Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in Raspberry and Blueberry. Journal of Environmental Entomology. DOI: 10.1093/ee/nvy052.  PDF

Steffan S., Chikaraishi Y., Dharampal P., Pauli J., Guédot C. and Ohkouchi, N. 2017. Unpacking brown food-webs: Animal trophic identity reflects rampant microbivory. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2951 PDF

Fraimout A., and 25 other authors including Guédot C. 2017. Deciphering the routes of invasion of Drosophila suzukii by means for ABC random forest. Molecular Biology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msx050 PDF

McMahan E.E., Steffan S.A., and Guédot C. 2017. Population densities of Lepidopteran pests in selected cranberry cultivars in Wisconsin. Journal of Economic Entomology. DOI: 10.1093/jee/tow274. PDF

+Lindroth Lab - Chemical Ecology

Faculty page | Lab website | Google Scholar

Publications:

2022

Morrow, C.J., S.J. Jaeger, and R.L. Lindroth. 2022. Intraspecific variation in plant economic traits predicts trembling aspen resistance to a generalist insect herbivore. Oecologia 199, 119-128. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-022-05158-z

Monson, R.K., A.M. Trowbridge, R.L. Lindroth, M.T. Lerdau. 2022. Tansley review: Coordinated resource allocation to plant growth-defense trade-offs. New Phytologist 233:1051–1066. DOI: 10.1111/nph.17773

2021

Rubert-Nason, K.F., and R.L. Lindroth. 2021. Causes and consequences of condensed tannin variation in Populus: a molecules to ecosystems perspective. Pp. 69-112, in Recent Advances in Polyphenol Research. Vol. 7. (J.D. Reed, V.A.P. de Freitas, and S. Quideau, eds.) Wiley Blackwell Press. DOI: 10.1002/9781119545958.ch4

Jeplawy, J.R., H.F. Cooper, J. Marks, R.L. Lindroth, M.I. Andrews, Z.G. Compson, C. Gehring, K.R. Hultine, K. Grady, T.G. Whitham, G.J. Allan, and R.J. Best. 2020. Plastic responses to hot temperatures homogenize riparian leaf litter, speed decomposition, and reduce detritivores. Ecology 102 (10):e03461. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.3461

Cope, O.L., K. Keefover-Ring, E.L. Kruger, and R.L. Lindroth. 2021. Growth-defense tradeoffs shape population genetic composition in an iconic forest tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 18 (37):e2103162118. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2103162118

Durben, R.M., F.M. Walker, L. Holeski, A. Keith, Z. Kovacs, S.R. Hurteau, R.L. Lindroth, S.M. Shuster, and T.G. Whitham. 2021. Beavers, bugs and chemistry: a mammalian herbivore changes chemistry composition and arthropod communities in foundation tree species. Forests 12, 877. DOI: 10.3390/f12070877

Walker, F.M., R. Durben, S.M. Shuster, R.L. Lindroth, and T.G. Whitham. 2021. Heterozygous trees rebound the fastest after felling by beavers to positively affect arthropod community diversity. Forests 12, 694. DOI: 10.3390/f12060694

Li, Z., K.F. Rubert-Nason, M.A. Jamieson, K.F. Raffa, and R.L. Lindroth. 2021. Root secondary metabolites in Populus tremuloides: effects of simulated climate warming, defoliation and genotype. Journal of Chemical Ecology 47:313–321. DOI: 10.1007/s10886-021-01259-w

Cope, O.L., R.L. Lindroth, A. Helm, K. Keefover-Ring, and E.L. Kruger. 2021. Trait plasticity and trade-offs shape intra-specific variation in competitive response in a foundation tree species. New Phytologist 230:710–719. DOI: 10.1111/nph.17166

Mason. C.J., K.F. Rubert-Nason, R.L. Lindroth, J. Shi, and K. Hoover. 2021. Salicinoid phenolics reduce adult Anoplophora glabripennis (Cerambicidae: Lamiinae) feeding and egg production. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 15:127–136 (2021). DOI: 10.1007/s11829-020-09802-4

Eisenring, M., S.B. Unsicker, and R.L. Lindroth. 2021. Spatial, genetic and biotic factors shape within-crown leaf trait variation and herbivore performance in a foundation tree species. Functional Ecology 35:54–66. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13699

Cole, C.T., H.L. Barker, K.F. Rubert-Nason, C.J. Morrow, J.F.L. Riehl, T.G. Köllner, N.D. Lackus, and R.L. Lindroth. 2021. Growing up aspen: ontogeny and tradeoffs shape growth, defence, and reproduction in a foundation species. Annals of Botany 127:505–517 DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcaa070

2020

Wooley, S.C., D.S. Smith, E.V. Lonsdorf, S.C. Brown, T.G. Whitham, S.M. Shuster, and R.L. Lindroth. 2020. Local adaptation and rapid evolution of aphids in response to genetic interactions with their cottonwood hosts. Ecology and Evolution (in press). DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6709

Kruger, E.L., K.M. Keefover-Ring, L.M. Holeski, and R.L. Lindroth. 2020. To compete or defend: linking functional trait variation with life-history trade-offs in a foundation tree species. Oecologia 192:893–907. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-020-04622-y

Falk, M.A., J. Donaldson, M.T., Stevens, K.F. Raffa, and R.L. Lindroth. 2020. Phenological responses to prior-season defoliation and soil-nutrient availability vary among early- and late-flushing aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) genotypes. Forest Ecology and Management 458:117771. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2019.117771

Bennett, A.E., K.F. Rubert-Nason, and R.L. Lindroth. 2020. Response of aspen genotypes to browsing damage is not influenced by soil community diversity. Plant and Soil 452:153–170. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-020-04466-8

Lackus, N.D., A. Müller, T.D.U. Kröber, M. Reichelt, A. Schmidt, Y. Nakamura, C. Paetz, K. Luck, R.L. Lindroth, C.P. Constabel, S.B. Unsicker, J. Gershenzon, and T.G. Köllner. 2020. The occurrence of sulfated salicinoids in poplar and their formation by sulfotransferase. Plant Physiology 183:137-151. DOI: 10.1104/pp.19.01447

Rubert-Nason, K.F., and R.L. Lindroth. 2020. Causes and consequences of condensed tannin variation in Populus: a molecules to ecosystems perspective. in Recent Advances in Polyphenol Research. Volume 7. John Wiley Press (in press).

2019

Barker, H.L., J.F. Riehl, C. Bernhardsson, K.F. Rubert-Nason, L.M. Holeski, P.K. Ingvarsson, R.L. Lindroth. 2019. Linking plant genes to insect communities: identifying the genetic bases of plant traits and community composition. Molecular Ecology 28:4404-4421. DOI: 10.1111/mec.15158

Cope, O.L, E.L. Kruger, K.F. Rubert-Nason, and R.L. Lindroth. 2019. Chemical defense over decadal scales: ontogenetic allocation trajectories and consequences for fitness in a foundation tree species. Functional Ecology (in press). DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13425

Mason, C.J, D.C. Long, R.L. Lindroth, and K. Hoover. 2019. Divergent host plant utilization by adults and offspring is related to intra-plant variation in chemical defences. Journal of Animal Ecology 88:1789-1798. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13063

Buhl, C., S.H. Strauss, and R.L. Lindroth. 2019. Genetic down-regulation of gibberellin results in semi-dwarf poplar but few non-target effects on chemical resistance and tolerance to defoliation. Journal of Plant Ecology 12:124-136. DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rty003

Barker, H.L., L.M. Holeski, and R.L. Lindroth. 2019. Independent and interactive effects of plant genotype and environment on plant traits and insect herbivore performance: a meta-analysis with Salicaceae. Functional Ecology 33:422–435. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13249

Selmants, P.C., J.A. Schweitzer, K.L. Adair, L.M. Holeski, R.L. Lindroth, S.C. Hart, T.G. Whitham. 2019. Genetic variation in leaf chemistry predicts the abundance and activity of autotrophic soil microorganisms. Ecosphere 10(8):e02795. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.2795

Rubert-Nason, K.F., and R.L. Lindroth. 2019. Analysis of condensed tannins in Populus spp. using reversed phase UPLC-PDA-(-)esi-MS following thiolytic depolymerization. Phytochemical Analysis 30:257–267. DOI: 10.1002/pca.2810

Mason, C.J, D.C. Long, R.L. Lindroth, and K. Hoover. 2019. Divergent host plant utilization by adults and offspring is related to intra-plant variation in chemical defences. Journal of Animal Ecology 88:1789-1798. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13063

Cope, O.L, E.L. Kruger, K.F. Rubert-Nason, and R.L. Lindroth. 2019. Chemical defense over decadal scales: ontogenetic allocation trajectories and consequences for fitness in a foundation tree species. Functional Ecology 33:2105–2115. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13425

2018

Barker, H.L., L.M. Holeski, and R.L. Lindroth. 2018. Genotypic variation in plant traits shapes herbivorous insect and ant communities on a foundation tree species. PLoS ONE 13(7):e0200954. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0200954

Falk, M.A., R.L. Lindroth, K.M. Keefover-Ring, and K.F. Raffa. 2018. Genetic variation in aspen phytochemical patterns structure windows of opportunity for gypsy moth larvae. Oecologia 187:471–482. DOI: org/10.1007/s00442-018-4160-0

Cope, O.L., and R.L. Lindroth. 2018. Clonal ramets of trembling aspen do not coordinate defense induction. Journal of Chemical Ecology 44:1045-1050. DOI: 10.1007/s10886-018-1006-5

Rubert-Nason, K. K.M. Keefover-Ring, and R.L. Lindroth. 2018. Purification and analysis of salicinoids. Current Analytical Chemistry 14: 424-429. DOI: 10.2174/1573411014666171221131933

Woolbright, S.A., B.J. Rehill, R.L. Lindroth, S.P. DiFazio, G.D. Martinsen, M.S. Zinkgraf, G.J. Allan, P. Keim and T.G. Whitham. 2018. Large effect quantitative trait loci for salicinoid phenolic glycosides in Populus: implications for gene discovery. Ecology and Evolution 2018:8:3726–3737. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3932

+Karen Oberhauser - UW Arboretum Director

Faculty page | UW Arboretum website | Google Scholar

Publications, Since 2000:

Refereed Primary Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

  • Mitchell, T.S., L. Agnew, R. Meyer, K. Sikkink, K. S. Oberhauser, E.T. Borer, E. Snell-Rood. 2020. Traffic influences nutritional quality of roadside plants for monarch caterpillars. Science of the Total Environment. In press.
  • Weiser, E.L., B.L. Bateman, A. J. Allstadt, E. Howard, V. Barve, K. Oberhauser, O.R. Taylor, J. E. Diffendorfer, D. Semmens, A.M. Pidgeon, V.C. Radeloff, W. E. Thogmartin. Xxxx. Climate extremes shape the distribution of breeding monarch butterflies across North America. In review.
  • Shephard, A.M., T.T. Mitchell, S.B. Henry, K.S. Oberhauser, M.E. Kobiela, E.C. Snell-Rood. 2020. Assessing zinc tolerance in two butterfly species: consequences for conservation in polluted environments. Insect Conservation and Diversity. In press.
  • Lukens, L., K. Kasten, C. Stenoien, W. Caldwell, A. Cariveau, K. Oberhauser. 2020. Monarch habitat in conservation grasslands. Frontiers Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2020.00013
  • Oberhauser, K.S., A. Alonso, S. Malcolm, E. Williams, M. Zalucki. 2019. Lincoln Brower, champion for monarchs. Frontiers Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2019.00149.
  • Leone, J.B., D.L. Larson, J.L. Larson, N. Pennarola, K.S. Oberhauser. 2019. Adult monarch densities are higher in burned than grazed sites. Frontiers Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00435
  • Cariveau, A. B., E. Anderson, K. Baum, J. Hopwood, E. Lonsdorf, C. Nootenboom, K.Tuerk, K. Oberhauser, E. Snell-Rood. 2019. Rapid assessment of roadsides as potential habitat for monarchs and other pollinators. Frontiers Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00386
  • Cariveau, A., H. Holt, P. Ward, L. Lukens, K. Kasten, J. Thieme, W. Caldwell, K. Tuerk, K. Baum, P. Drobney, R. Drum, R. Grundel, K. Hamilton, C. Hoang, K. Kinkeah, M. McIntyre, W. Thogmartin, T. Turner, E. Weiser, K. Oberhauser. 2019. The Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program: from design to implementation. Frontiers Ecology and Evolution.  https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00167.
  • Stenoien, C.M., R. Meyer, K.R. Nail, M.P. Zalucki, K.S. Oberhauser. 2019. Does chemistry make a difference? Milkweed butterfly sequestered cardenolides as a defense against parasitoid wasps. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11829-019-09719-7.
  • Saunders, S.P., L. Ries, K.S. Oberhauser, W. Thogmartin, E.F. Zipkin. 2018. Local and cross-seasonal associations of climate and land use with abundance of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus). Ecography 40:001-012.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., D. Elmquist, J. M. Perilla-López, I. Gebhard, L. Lukens, J. Stireman. 2017. Tachinid fly (Diptera: Tachinidae) parasitoids of Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. in press.
  • Thogmartin, W.E., R. Wiederholt, K. Oberhauser, R. Drum, J.E. Diffendorfer, S. Altizer.6, O.R. Taylor, J. Pleasants, D. Semmens, B. Semmens, R. Erickson, K. Libby, L.Lopez-Hoffman 2017. Threats associated with the decline of the monarch butterfly. R. Soc. Open Sci. 4(9):170760. doi: 10.1098/rsos.170760
  • Thogmartin, W.E., L. López-Hoffman, J. Rohweder, J. Diffendorfer, R. Drum, D. Semmens, S. Black, I. Caldwell, D. Cotter, P. Drobney, L.L. Jackson, M. Gale, D. Helmers, S. Hilburger, E. Howard, K.S. Oberhauser, J. Pleasants, B. Semmens, O. Taylor, P. Ward, J.F. Weltzin, R. Wiederholt. 2017. Restoring monarch butterfly habitat in the Midwestern U.S.: All hands on deck. Environmental Research Letters. 12 10.1088/1748-9326/aa7637
  • Lewandowski, E. J., K.S. Oberhauser. 2017. Contributions of citizen scientists and habitat volunteers to monarch conservation. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 22:55-70. DOI: 10.1080/10871209.2017.1250293
  • Lewandowski, E. J., W.J. Caldwell, D. C. Elmquist, K.S. Oberhauser. 2017. Public perceptions of citizen science. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice. 2(1), p.3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/cstp.77
  • Saunders, S.P., L. Ries, K.S. Oberhauser, W. Thogmartin, E.F. Zipkin. 2017. Local and cross-seasonal associations of climate and land use with abundance of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus). Ecography in press.
  • Thogmartin, W. E., J. E. Diffendorfer, L. Lopez-Hoffman, K. Oberhauser, J. Pleasants, B. X. Semmens, D. Semmens, O. R. Taylor, and R. Wiederholt. 2017. Density estimates of monarch butterflies overwintering in central Mexico. PeerJ 5:e3221 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3221.
  • Kasten, K., C. Stenoien, W. Caldwell, K.S. Oberhauser. 2016. Can roadside habitat lead monarchs on a route to recovery? Journal of Insect Conservation DOI 10.1007/s10841-016-9938-y
  • Stenoien, C., K.R. Nail, J. Zalucki, H. Parry, K.S. Oberhauser, M. Zalucki. 2016. Monarchs in decline: a collateral landscape level effect of modern agriculture. Insect Science. DOI 10.1111/1744-7917.12404
  • Oberhauser K.S., R. Wiederholt, J.E. Diffendorfer, D. Semmens, L. Ries, W.E. Thogmartin, L. Lopez-Hoffman, B. Semmens. 2016. A trans-national monarch butterfly population model and implications for regional conservation priorities. Ecological Entomology. DOI: 10.1111/een.12351
  • Lewandowski, E. J., K.S. Oberhauser. 2016. Butterfly citizen science projects support conservation activities among their volunteers. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 1(1): 6, pp. 1–8, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/cstp.10
  • McCoshum, S.M., S.L. Andreoli, C. Stenoien, K.S. Oberhauser, K.A. Baum. 2016. Species distribution models for natural enemies of monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) larvae and pupae: distribution patterns and implications for conservation. Journal of Insect Conservation DOI 10.1007/s10841-016-9856-z
  • Semmens B.X., D.J. Semmens, W.E. Thogmartin, R. Wiederholt, L. López-Hoffman, J.E. Diffendorfer, J.M. Pleasants, K.S. Oberhauser, O.R. Taylor. 2016. Quasi-extinction risk and population targets for the Eastern migratory population of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus). Nature Reports 6, 23265; doi: 10.1038/srep23265
  • Brower, L. P., D. A. Slayback, P. Jaramillo-López, I. M. Ramirez, K. S. Oberhauser, E. H. Williams, and L. S. Fink. 2016. Illegal logging of 10 hectares of forest in the Sierra Chincua monarch butterfly overwintering area in Mexico.  American Entomologist Summer 2016:92-97 (Featured article)
  • Saunders, S.P., L. Ries, K.S. Oberhauser, E.F. Zipkin. 2016. Evaluating confidence in population-level predictions from climate impacts on the migratory monarch butterfly. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/geb.12461.
  • Pleasants, J. M., E.H. Williams, L.P. Brower, K.S. Oberhauser, and O.R Taylor. 2016. Conclusion of no decline in summer monarch population not supported. Annals of the Entomological Society of America doi: 10.1093/aesa/sav115.
  • Stenoien, C., S. McCoshum, W. Caldwell, A. De Anda, and K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. New reports that monarch butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae, Danaus plexippus Linnaeus) are hosts for a pupal parasitoid (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidae, Pteromalus cassotis Walker). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 88:16-26.
  • Lewandowski, E., K.S. Oberhauser. 2016. Butterfly citizen scientists in the United States increase their engagement in conservation. Biological Conservation http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2015.07.029.
  • Nail K.R., Stenoien C., Oberhauser K.S. 2015. Immature monarch survival: Effects of site characteristics, density, and time. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. doi: 10.1093/aesa/sav047
  • Stenoien, C., K. Nail, and K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. Habitat productivity and temporal patterns of monarch butterfly egg densities in the Eastern U.S. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. doi: 10.1093/aesa/sav054
  • Ries, L., D. J. Taron, E. Rendon-Salinas, K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. Connecting eastern monarch population dynamics across their migratory cycle. pp. 268-282 in Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer, eds. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic butterfly. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., L. Ries, S. Altizer, R.V. Batalden, J, Kudell-Ekstrum, M. Garland, E. Howard, S. Jepsen, J. Lovett, M. Monroe, G. Morris, E. Rendón-Salinas, R.G. RuBino, A. Ryan, O.R. Taylor, R. Treviño Ulloa, F.X. Villablanca, and D. Walton. 2015. Contributions to monarch biology and conservation through citizen science: 70 years and counting. In Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer, eds. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic butterfly, Chapter 2. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., M. Anderson, S. Anderson, W. Caldwell, A.P. De Anda, M.D. Hunter, M. Kaiser, and M.J. Solensky. 2015. Lacewings, wasps and flies – oh my: insect enemies take a bite out of monarchs. In Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer, eds. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic butterfly, Chapter 6. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • Nail, K.R., R.V. Batalden, and K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. What’s too hot and what’s too cold? Lethal and sub-lethal effects of extreme temperatures on developing monarchs. In Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer, eds. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic butterfly, Chapter 8. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • De Anda, A., and K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. Invertebrate natural enemies and stage-specific mortality rates of monarch eggs and larvae. In Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer, eds. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic insect, Chapter 5. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • Batalden, R., and K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. Potential changes in Eastern North American monarch migration in response to an introduced milkweed, Asclepias curassavica. In Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer, eds. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic insect, Chapter 19. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • Ries, L., K.S. Oberhauser. 2015. A citizen-army for science: quantifying the contributions of citizen scientists to our understanding of monarch butterfly biology. Bioscience 65:419-420.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., O. R. Taylor, S. M. Reppert, H. Dingle, K. R. Nail, R. M. Pyle, C. Stenoien. 2013. Are monarch butterflies true navigators? The jury is still out. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(39):E3680.
  • Diffendorfer J.E., Loomis J.B., Ries L., Oberhauser K.S., Lopez-Hoffman L., Semmens D., Semmens B., Butterfield B., Bagstad K., Goldstein J., Wiederholt R., Mattsson B., Thogmartin W.E. 2013. National valuation of monarch butterflies indicates an untapped potential for incentive-based conservation. Conservation Letters 7:253-262.
  • Zipkin, E., L. Ries, R. Reeves, J. Reetz, K.S. Oberhauser. 2012. Tracking climate impacts on the migratory monarch butterfly. Global Change Biology 18:3039–3049
  • Barve N., Bonilla A.J., Brandes J., Brown J.C., Brunsell N., Cochran F.V., Crosthwait R.J., Gentry J., Gerhart L.M., Jackson T., Kern A.J., Oberhauser K.S., Owens H.L., Peterson A.T., Reed A.S., Soberón J., Sundberg A.D., Williams L.S. 2012. Climate change and mass mortality events in overwintering monarch butterflies. Revista Mexicana de la Biodiversidad. 83: 817-824. DOI:10.7550/rmb.26460
  • Pleasants, J., K.S. Oberhauser. 2013. Milkweed loss in agricultural fields because of herbicide use: Effect on the monarch butterfly population. Insect Conservation and Diversity. 6:135-144.
  • Oberhauser, K.S. 2012. Tachinid flies and monarch butterflies: Citizen Scientists document parasitism patterns over broad spatial and temporal scales. American Entomologist 58:19-22.
  • Bartel, R.E., K.S. Oberhauser, J.C. De Roode, S.M. Altizer. 2011. Monarch migration, seasonal habitat use and parasite transmission in eastern North America. Ecology 92(2): 342-351.
  • Fargione, J.E., T.R. Cooper, D.J. Flaspohler, J. Hill, C. Lehman, T. McCoy, S. McLeod, E.J. Nelson, K.S. Oberhauser, D. Tilman. 2009. Bioenergy and wildlife: Threats and opportunities for grassland conservation. Bioscience 59:767-777.
  • Lindsey, E., M. Mudresh, V. Dhulipala, K.S. Oberhauser, S. Altizer. 2009. Crowding and disease: effects of host density on response to infection in a butterfly-parasite interaction. Ecological Entomology 34:551–561.
  • Solensky, M.S., K.S. Oberhauser. 2009. Sperm precedence in monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus). Behavioral Ecology 20 (2):328-334
  • Solensky, M.S., K.S. Oberhauser. 2009. Male monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) adjust their ejaculates in response to risk and intensity of sperm competition. Animal Behavior 77:465-472.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., S. Manweiler, R. Lelich, M. Blank, R. Batalden, A. De Anda. 2009. Impacts of ULV resmethrin applications on non-target insects. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 25:83–93.
  • Batalden, R., K.S. Oberhauser, A.T. Peterson. 2007. Ecological niches in breeding generations of Eastern North American monarch butterflies. Environmental Entomology 36:1365-1373.
  • Brower, L., K. Oberhauser, M. Boppré, A.V.Z. Brower, R.I. Vane-Wright. 2007. Monarch sex: Ancient rites, or recent wrongs? Antennae 31:12-18.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., I. Gebhard, C. Cameron, S. Oberhauser. 2007. Parasitism of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) by Lespesia archippivora (Diptera: Tachinidae). American Midland Naturalist 157:312-328.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., S.J. Brinda, S. Weaver, R.D. Moon, S.A. Manweiler, N Read. 2006. Growth and survival of monarch butterflies (Lepidoptera: Danaidae) after exposure to permethrin barrier treatments. Environmental Entomology 35 (6): 1626-1634.
  • Szymanski, J., J.A. Shuey, K. Oberhauser. 2004. Population structure of the endangered Mitchell’s Satyr, Neonympha mitchellii mitchellii (French). American Midland Naturalist 152(2):304-322.
  • Lavoie, B., K.S. Oberhauser. 2004. Compensatory feeding in Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in response to variation in host plant quality. Environmental Entomology 33:1062-1069.
  • Borland, J., C. Johnson, T. Crumpton, T. Thomas, S. Altizer, K. Oberhauser. 2004. Characteristics of fall migratory monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus, in Minnesota and Texas. Pp. 97-104. In Oberhauser, K.S. & M.J. Solensky (Eds.). The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press. Ithaca NY.
  • Altizer, S.M., K.S. Oberhauser , K.A. Geurts. 2004.  Transmission of the protozoan parasite Ophyocystis elektroscirrha in monarch butterfly populations: implications for prevalence and population-level impacts. Pp. 203-218. In: Oberhauser, KS, MJ Solensky (Eds.). The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press. Ithaca NY.
  • Solensky, M.J., K.S. Oberhauser.  2004.  Behavioral and genetic components of male mating success in monarch butterflies. Pp. 61-68. In: Oberhauser, KS, MJ Solensky (Eds.). The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press. Ithaca NY.
  • Oberhauser, K.S. 2004. Effects of female age, female mass and nutrients from males on monarch egg mass. Pp. 21-26. In: Oberhauser, KS, MJ Solensky (Eds.). The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press. Ithaca NY.
  • Goehring, L., K.S. Oberhauser. 2004. Environmental factors influencing postdiapause reproductive development in monarch butterflies.  Pp. 187-198. In: Oberhauser, KS, MJ Solensky (Eds.). The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press. Ithaca NY.
  • Prysby, M., K.S. Oberhauser. 2004. Temporal and geographical variation in monarch densities: Citizen scientists document monarch population patterns.  Pp. 9-20 in: Oberhauser, KS, MJ Solensky (Eds.). The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press. Ithaca NY.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., E.R.L. Rivers. 2003. Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) larvae & Bt corn pollen: A review of ecological risk assessment for a non-target species. AgBiotechNet 5:1-7.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., T. Peterson. 2003. Modeling current and future potential wintering distributions of Eastern North American monarch butterflies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 100:14063-14068.
  • York, H., K.S. Oberhauser. 2002. Effects of duration and timing of heat stress on monarch butterfly (Lepidoptera: Danaidae) development.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 75:290-298.
  • Goehring L., K.S. Oberhauser. 2002. Effects of photoperiod, temperature and host plant age on induction of reproductive diapause and development time in Danaus plexippus. Ecological Entomology 27:674-685.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., M.D. Prysby, H.R. Mattila, D.E. Stanley-Horn, M.K. Sears, G. Dively, E. Olson, J.M. Pleasants, W.F. Lam, R. Hellmich. 2001. Temporal and spatial overlap between monarch larvae and corn pollen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 98(21):11913-11918.
  • Sears, M.K., R.L. Hellmich, D.E. Stanley-Horn, K.S. Oberhauser, J.M. Pleasants, H.R. Mattila, B.D. Siegfriedi, G.P. Dively. 2001. Impact of Bt corn pollen on monarch butterfly populations: A risk assessment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 98(21):11937-11942.
  • Altizer, S.M., K.S. Oberhauser, L.P. Brower. 2000. Associations between host migration and the prevalence of a protozoan parasite in natural populations of monarch butterflies.  Ecol. Entomol. 25:125-139. (received Royal Entomological Society’s Excellence in Ecological Entomology Reward.  See: Leather, S. 2002. Excellence in ecological entomology- the Royal Entomological Society’s awards for scientific writing. Ecological Entomology 27:513)

Books or Monographs:

  • Oberhauser, K.S., K.R. Nail, and S.M. Altizer (Eds). 2015. Monarchs in a changing world: biology and conservation of an iconic butterfly. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., R. Batalden, E. Howard. 2009. Monarch monitoring in North America: Overview of initiatives and protocols. Commission on Environmental Cooperation. Montreal, Canada.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., D. Cotter, D. Davis, R. Décarie, A.E. Behnumea, C. Galino-Leal, M.P. Gallina Tessaro, E. Howard, J. Lauriault, W. Macziewski, S. Malcolm, F. Martínez, J.M. González, M. McRae, D. Nernberg, I. Pisanty Baruch, I. Ramírez, J.J. Reyes, A. Wilson. 2008. North American Monarch Conservation Plan. Commission on Environmental Cooperation. Montreal, Canada.
  • Oberhauser, K.S., M.J. Solensky (Eds.).  2004.  The Monarch Butterfly: Biology and Conservation.  Cornell University Press, Ithaca NY. (248 pp).

 

+Paskewitz Lab - Medical Entomology

Faculty page | Lab website | MCEVBD website | Google Scholar

Publications:

Lee X., Maxson G., and Paskewitz A. Mowing does not reduce abundance of Ixodes scapularis and Dermacentor variabilis on recreational trails. J. Med. Ent. In preparation..

Mandli J., Lee X., and Paskewitz S.M. Integrated Tick Management in the Upper Midwest: Impact of Invasive Vegetation Removal and Host-targeted Acaricides on Ixodes scapularis Infestation and Borrelia burgdorferi Prevalence of Small Mammals. In prep. DOI: 1101/2022.01.07.475376

Mandli J., Ring S., and Paskewitz S.M. Influence of Nesting Material Composition on Tick Tube Use by Peromyscus leucopus. In prep https://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.01.07.475426v1

Mandli, J., Paskewitz S.M. Osorio J. Safety and immunogenicity of orally administered poxvirus vectored constructs in the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus). Vaccines: X. Submitted.

Lee X., Wong C., Coats J., and Paskewitz S.M. Semi-field evaluations of three botanically derived repellents against the blacklegged tick, Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology. Accepted for publication.

Ventura, M., Stull V., and Paskewitz S.M. Maintaining laboratory populations of Gryllus bimaculatus, a versatile orthopteran model of insect agriculture and invertebrate physiology”. Journal of Visualized Experiments. (184), e63277, doi:10.3791/63277 (2022).

Beck A., Bjork J., Biggerstaff B., Eisen L., Eisen R., Foster E., Signs K., Tsao J., Kough E., Peterson M., Schiffman E., Muganda C., Osborn R., Wozniak R., Bron G., Phaneuf D., Smith D., Bartholomay L., Paskewitz S., Hinckley A., Knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding tick-borne disease prevention in Lyme disease-endemic areas of the Upper Midwest, United States.  Ticks and Tickborne Disease. 13:101925. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ttbdis.2022.101925

Susong K.M., Tucker B.J., Bron G.M., Irwin P., Kirsch J.M., Vimont D., Stone C., Paskewitz S.M., Bartholomay L.C. Snow-covered tires generate microhabitats that enhance overwintering survival of Aedes albopictus in the Midwest, USA. Environmental Entomology. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1093/ee/nvac023

Larson S.R., Kruger E., Sabo AE., Jones P. and Paskewitz S.M. Meso- and micro-geographic factors shaping variation in Ixodes scapularis abundance in northern temperate forests.  Ecosphere 13: e3932. 2022.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3932

Foster E., Burtis J., Tsao J., Bjork J, Liu G., Nietzel D.F., Schiffman E., Lee X., Paskewitz S., Caporale D., Eisen R.J. Inter-annual variation in prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in host-seeking Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) at long-term surveillance sites in the upper midwestern United States: Implications for public health practice. Ticks and Tick-borne Disease. 13: 101886. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ttbdis.2021.101886

Lennart Justen, Gebbiena M. Bron, Duncan Carlsmith, Susan M. Paskewitz, and Lyric C. Bartholomay. Identification of public submitted tick images: a neural network approach.  PLoS One. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0260622.  2021

Larson R.T., Bron G., Lee X., Siy P., and Paskewitz S.M. Peromyscus maniculatus: an overlooked reservoir of tickborne disease in the Midwest (U.S.A.)?  12 (11): e03831.10.1002.  http://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3831.  2021.

Mandli J., Lee X, Bron G. and Paskewitz S.M. Integrated tick management in South Central Wisconsin: Impact of invasive vegetation removal and host-targeted acaricides on the density of questing Ixodes scapularis  Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 2358-2367. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjab131. 2021.

Siy P. N., Larson R.T., Zembsch T., Lee X., and Paskewitz S.M. High prevalence of Borrelia mayonii (Spirochaetales: Spirochaetaceae) in field-caught Tamias striatus (Rodentia: Sciuridae) from Northern Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 2504-2507. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjab102. 2021.

Zembsch T., Bron G., and Paskewitz S.M. Evidence for vertical transmission of Babesia odocoilei (Piroplasmida: Babesiidae) in Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 2484-2487. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjab074

Zembsch T., Lee X., Bron G., Bartholomay L., and Paskewitz S.M. Co-infection of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) nymphs with Babesia (Piroplasmida: Babesiidae) and Borrelia burgdorferi (Spirochaetales: Spirochaetaceae) in Wisconsin. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58:1891-1899. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjab056. 2021.

Larson R., Bron G., Lee X. and Paskewitz S.M. High proportion of unfed larval blacklegged ticks, Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) collected from modified nest boxes for mice. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 1448-1453. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjaa287

Bron G., Fenelon H., and Paskewitz S.M. Assessing recognition of the vector of Lyme disease using resin-embedded specimens in a Lyme endemic area. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58:866-872. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjaa234. 2021.

Bron G., Lee X. and Paskewitz S.M. Do-it-yourself tick control: granular gamma-cyhalothrin reduces Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) nymphs in residential backyards. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58:749-755. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjaa212.

Bron Gebbiena M., Fernandez Maria del P., Larson Scott R., Maus Adam, Gustafson Dave, Tsao Jean I., Diuk-Wasser Maria A., Bartholomay Lyric C., Paskewitz Susan, M.  Context matters: contrasting behavioral and residential risk factors for Lyme disease between two high-incidence regions in the Northeastern and Midwestern U.S.  Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases. 11: 101515-101522. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ttbdis.2020.101515.

Stauffer M.T., Mandli J., Pritt B.S., Stauffer W., Sloan L.M., Zembsch T., Lee X. and Paskewitz S.M. Detection of zoonotic human pathogens in Wisconsin-2017. Journal of Vector Ecology. 45: 147-149. 2020.

Wang Y., Yang F., Cao X., Huang R., Paskewitz S., Hartson SD, Kanost MR, and H. Jiang.  Inhibition of immune pathway-initiating hemolymph protease-14 by Manduca sexta serpin-12, a conserved mechanism for the regulation of melanization and Toll activation in insects.  Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  116: 103261.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibmb.2019.103261.  2020.

Larson R.T., Lee X., Zembsch T., Bron G.M., and Paskewitz S.M.  Immature Ixodes scapularis (Acari:Ixodidae) collected from Peromyscus leucopus and Peromyscus maniculatus nests in Northern Wisconsin (U.S.A.). Journal of Medical Entomology.  57:304-307. https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjz133. 2020.

+Schoville Lab - Molecular Ecology

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Publications:

In Revision, 2021: Cohen, Z.,Y.H. Chen, R. Groves, and S.D. Schoville. “Evidence of hard-selective sweeps suggest independent adaptation to insecticides in Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) populations.” bioRxiv Link to article

In Revision, 2021: Cohen, Z.S.D. Schoville, and D.H. Hawthorne. “The role of structural variants in pest adaptation and genome evolution of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say).” Authorea Link to article

Cohen, Z., O. François, and S.D. Schoville. 2022. Museum genomics of an agricultural super-pest, the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata Chrysomelidae), provides evidence of adaptation from standing variation. Integrative and Comparative Biology Link to article

Pélissié, B., Y.H. Chen, Z. CohenM. Crossley, D. J. Hawthorne, V. Izzo, and S.D. Schoville. 2022. Genome resequencing reveals rapid, repeated evolution in the Colorado potato beetle. Molecular Biology and Evolution 39(2): msac016. Link to article

Schat, J.Y-M. Weng, R. Y. Dudko, D. H. Kavanaugh, L. Luo, and S.D. Schoville. 2022. Evidence for niche conservatism in alpine beetles under a climate-driven species pump model. Journal of Biogeography 49(2): 364-377. Link to article

Carrera-Martínez, R., D. Jones, S.D. Schoville, B.A. Snyder, M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2021. Two new species of Bimastos (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) from the Southern Appalachian Mountains, North America. Zootaxa 5052(3): 395-405. Link to article

Gates, D., B. Jackson, and S.D. Schoville. 2021. Impacts of fire on butterfly genetic diversity and connectivity. Journal of Heredity 112(4): 367–376. Link to article

Kavanaugh, D.H., D.R. Maddison, W.B. Simison, S.D. Schoville, J. Schmidt, A. Faille, W. Moore, J.M. Pflug, S.L. Archambeault, T. Huong, and J-Y. Chen. 2021. Phylogeny of the supertribe Nebriitae (Coleoptera: Carabidae) based on analyses of DNA sequence data. In: Spence, J., A. Casale, T. Assmann, J.K. Liebherr, and L. Penev L (eds.), Systematic Zoology and Biodiversity Science: A tribute to Terry Erwin (1940-2020). Zookeys 1044: 41-152. Link to article

Schoville, S.D.Z.P. Cohen, and M.S. Crossley. 2021. Population genomic insights into insecticide resistance in the Colorado potato beetle. in J.R. Dupuis and O. Rajora (eds.), Population Genomics: Insects. Springer, Cham. Link to article

Weng, Y-M., C.B. Francoeur, C.R. Currie, D.H. Kavanaugh, and S.D. Schoville. 2021. A high-quality carabid genome provides insights into beetle genome evolution and cold adaptation. Molecular Ecology Resources 21(6): 2145-2165. Link to article

Arango, R.A., S.D. Schoville, C.R. Currie, and C. Carlos-Shanley. 2021. Experimental warming reduces survival, cold tolerance, and gut prokaryotic diversity of the eastern subterranean termite, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar). Frontiers in Microbiology 12: 1116. Link to article

Rosenthal†, W., P. McIntyre, P. Lisi, R. Prather, Jr., K. Moody, M. Blum, J. Hogan, and S. Schoville. 2021. Invasion and rapid adaptation of guppies (Poecilia reticulata) across the Hawaiian Archipelago. Evolutionary Applications 14(7): 1747-1761. Link to article

Weng, Y-M., D.H. Kavanaugh, and S.D. Schoville. 2021. Drainage basins serve as multiple glacial refugia for alpine habitats in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Molecular Ecology 30(3): 826-843. Link to article

Buckley, L.B., S.D. Schoville, and C.M. Williams. 2021. Shifts in the relative fitness contributions of fecundity and survival in variable and changing environments. Journal of Experimental Biology 224: jeb228031. Link to article

Luo, L., S.D. Schoville, Z. Tang, and J. Zhu. 2021. Comparative analysis of gene-environmental association methods adjusting for population structure. Molecular Ecology Resources 21(3): 733-744. Link to article

Marden, E., et al.. 2021. Sharing and reporting benefits from biodiversity research. Molecular Ecology 30(5): 1103-1107. Link to article

Cohen, Z.P., K. Brevik, Y.H. Chen, D.J. Hawthorne, B. Weibel†S.D. Schoville. 2021. Elevated rates of positive selection drive the evolution of pestiferousness in the Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata, Say). Molecular Ecology 30(1): 237-254. Link to article

Crossley, M.S., K.D. Burke, S.D. Schoville, and V.C. Radeloff. 2021. Recent collapse of crop belts and declining diversity of US agriculture since 1840. Global Change Biology 27(1): 151-164. Link to article

Brevik, K., E. Bueno, S. McKay, S. Schoville, and Y. Chen. 2021. Insecticide exposure affects intergenerational patterns of DNA methylation in the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineataEvolutionary Applications 14(3): 746-757. Link to article

Schoville, S.D., S. Simon, M. Bai, Z. Beethem†, R. Dudko, M.J.B. Eberhard, P.B. Frandsen, S. Küpper, R. Machida, M. Verheij, P. Willadsen†, X. Zhou, and B. Wipfler. 2021. Comparative transcriptomics of ice-crawlers demonstrates cold specialization constrains niche evolution in a relict lineage. Evolutionary Applications 14(2): 360-382. Link to article

Dively, G.P., M.S. CrossleyS.D. Schoville, N. Steinhauer, N., and D. J. Hawthorne. 2020. Regional differences in gene regulation may underlie patterns of sensitivity to novel insecticides in Leptinotarsa decemlineataPest Management Science 76(12): 4278-4285. Link to article

+Steffan Lab - Cranberry Entomology (USDA-ARS)

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Publications:

2018

Steffan, S.A., P.S. Dharampal, B.N. Danforth, H.R. Gaines-Day, Y. Takizawa, Y. Chikaraishi. (In review). Omnivory in bees: Elevated trophic positions among all major bee families. American Naturalist.

Steffan, S.A., and P.S. Dharampal. (Accepted). Undead food-webs: Integrating microbes into the food-chain. Food Webs.

Dharampal, P.S., C. Carlson, C.R. Currie, and S.A. Steffan. (In revision). Solitary bee larvae require pollen-borne microbes to survive. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Dharampal, P.S., C. Carlson, and S.A. Steffan. 2018. In vitro rearing of solitary bees: A tool for assessing larval risk factors. JoVE 137: e57876.

Steffan, S. A., M. E. Singleton, M. L. Draney, E. M. Chasen, K. E. Johnson and J. Zalapa. 2018. Arthropod Fauna Associated with Wild and Cultivated Cranberries in Wisconsin. The Great Lakes Entomologist, 50: 98-110.

van Zoeren, J., Guedot, C. and S.A. Steffan. 2018. Conserving carnivorous arthropods: an example from early-season cranberry (Ericaceae) flooding. The Canadian Entomologist, 00; 1-9.

2017

Crossley, M. S., S. A. Steffan, D. J. Voegtlin, K. L. Hamilton, and D. Hogg. 2017. Variable isotopic compositions of host plant populations preclude assessment of aphid overwintering sites. Insects, 8(4): 128.

Steffan, S. A., P. S. Dharampal, L. Diaz-Garcia, C. R. Currie, J. E. Zalapa, and C. T. Hittinger. 2017. Empirical, metagenomic, and computational techniques illuminate the mechanisms by which fungicides compromise bee health. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 128.

Ohkouchi, N., Y. Chikaraishi, H. G. Close, B. Fry, T. Larsen, D. J. Madigan, M. D. McCarthy, K. W. McMahon, T. Nagata, Y. I. Naito, N. O. Ogawa, B. N. Popp, S. A. Steffan, Y. Takano, I. Tayasu, A. S. J. Wyatt, Y. T. Yamaguchi, and Y. Yokoyama. 2017. Advances in the application of amino acid nitrogen isotopic analysis in ecological and biogeochemical studies. Organic Geochemistry, 113: 150-174.

Steffan, S. A., E. M. Chasen, A. E. Deutsch, and A. Mafra-Neto. 2017. Multi-species mating disruption in cranberries (Ericales: Ericaceae): early evidence using a flowable emulsion. Journal of Insect Science, 54: 1-6.

Steffan, S. A., Y. Chikaraishi, P.S. Dharampal, J. N. Pauli, C. Guedot, and N. Ohkouchi. 2017. Unpacking brown food-webs: animal trophic identity reflects rampant microbivory. Ecology and Evolution, 7(10): 3532-3541.

Pauli, J. N., S. D. Newsome, J. A. Cook, C. Harrod, S. A. Steffan, et al. 2017. Opinion: why we need a centralized repository for isotopic data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(12): 2997-3001. 

Takizawa, Y., P.S. DharampalS.A. Steffan, Y. Takano, N. Ohkouchi, and Y. Chikaraishi. Intra-trophic isotopic discrimination of 15N/14N for amino acids in plant flowers and leaves: Implications for isotopic ecological studies. 2017. Ecology & Evolution, 7(9): 2916-2924.

Schlautman, B., G. Covarrubias-Pazaran, D. Fajardo, S. A. Steffan and J. Zalapa. 2017. Discriminating power of microsatellites in cranberry organelles for taxonomic studies in Vaccinium and Ericaceae. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 64(3): 451-466.

Steffan, S. A., M. E. Singleton, J. Sojka, E. M. Chasen, A. E. Deutsch, J. E. Zalapa, and C. Guedot. 2017. Flight synchrony among the major moth pests of cranberries in the Upper Midwest, USA. Insects, 8(1): 26. 

Blanke, C., Y. Chikaraishi, Y. Takizawa, S. A. SteffanP.S. Dharampal, and M. J. Vander Zanden. 2017. Comparing compound-specific and bulk stable nitrogen isotope trophic discrimination factors across multiple freshwater fish species and diets. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 74(8): 1291-1297.

 

+Young Lab - Systematic Entomology

Faculty page | Lab website

Publications:

92. Young, D. K. 2016. Pyroghatsiana: A new genus of fire-colored beetles (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae) from the Southern Ghats, India. Insecta Mundi 0468: 1-10.

91. Young, D. K., Y. Hsiao, W-R. Liang, and C-F. Lee. 2016. Descriptions of the mature larvae for two species of Pseudopyrochroa from Taiwan (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae), with notes on their natural history. Zootaxa 4061 (5): 585-595. http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4061.5.8

90. Woller, D. A., S. L. Kelly and D. K. Young. 2015. Comments on a major range extension of the little-known Acrocera bakeri (Diptera: Acroceridae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 48 (3-4): 132-136 + journal cover images.

89. Young, D. K. 2015. [Invited paper] Nomenclatural changes in Pyrochroinae: three Maurice Pic types of Pseudodendroides Blair (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae). Coleopterists Bulletin, 69 (4) Supplement: Patricia Vaurie Series. A Tribute to Honorary Member Dr. Charles A. Triplehorn. Monograph 14: 191-195.

88. Marschalek, D. A. and D. K. Young. 2015. The Meloidae (Coleoptera) of Wisconsin. Zootaxa 4030 (1): 1-89. http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4030.1.1

87. Saitô, M. and D. K. Young. 2015. A new Ischalia (Coleoptera, Ischaliidae) from Hokkaido, with a key to the Japanese Ischaliidae. Elytra, Tokyo, New Series 5: 177-181.

86. Saitô, M. and D. K. Young. 2015. Descriptions of a new species of Ariotus (Coleoptera, Aderidae) and a new genus and species of Aderidae from Honshu, Central Japan, with a Key to the Genera of Japanese Aderidae. Elytra, Tokyo, New Series 5: 453-462.

85. Young, D. K. 2015. A new species of Pseudopyrochroa (Insecta: Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae) from Nepal and Thailand with the proposal of a new synonym in Pseudopyrochroa. In Biodiversität und Naturausstattung im Himalaya V. Edited by M. Hartmann & J. Weipert. www.naturkundemuseum-erfurt.de Verein der Freunde & Förderer des Naturkundemuseums Erfurt e.V:, Große Arche 14, D-99084 Erfurt. pp. 1-5.

84. Young, D. K. 2014. A new Philippine species of Ischalia (Coleoptera: Ischaliidae), with a checklist and key to the Philippine species. Insecta Mundi 0375: 1-7. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:D7837DF4-3ECB-4277-988E-CB1CD3CF791C. Get it here.

83. Young, D. K. 2014. A new species of Pseudopyrochroa Pic, 1906 (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae) from the Mae Chaem District, Thailand. Zootaxa 3785 (1): 095-100. Get it here.

82. Young, D. K. 2014. Two new synonyms in species of Pseudopyrochroa (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae). Insecta Mundi 0346: 1-8.  urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:ADFC2D3E-032D-43A8-9A2A-2447C13E4ACE. Get it here.

81. Young, D. K. 2014. Sundapyrochroa: A new genus of Fire-Colored Beetles (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae) from the Sunda Shelf, with a key to the three species. Insecta Mundi 0341: 1-18. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:994D7E0D-D7DF-49A3-9A25-25EE0B3D7F22. Get it here.

80. Marschalek, D. A. and D. K. Young. 2013. Mark-recapture study of Gnathium minimum (Say) (Coleoptera: Meloidae) reveals limited dispersal among Helianthus occidentalis patches. Entomological News 123: 285-291.

79. Young, D. K. 2013. Two new species of Phyllocladus (Coleoptera: Pyrochroidae: Pyrochroinae) from China, with a key to males of the Chinese species. Zootaxa 3669 (1): 56–64.

78. Young, D. K. 2013. A Preliminary, Annotated List of Beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the UW-Milwaukee Field Station. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Field Station Bulletin 33: 1-17.

77. Young, D. K. 2012. Five new species of Lemodes (Lagriomorpha) (Coleoptera: Anthicidae: Lemodinae) From Indonesian and Papuan New Guinea with a revised key to the species. Zootaxa 3316: 15-27.

76. Young, D. K. 2011. A new Asian subgenus and species of Ischalia (Coleoptera: Ischaliidae) with an assessment of subgeneric concepts, revised world checklist and key to the “blue elytra” species. Zootaxa: 2811: 53-58.

75. Young, D. K. 2011. Eight new species of Lemodes (Lagriomorpha) (Coleoptera: Anthicidae: Lemodinae) From Indonesian New Guinea, with a revised key to the species. Zootaxa 2824: 1-20.