Russo, L, Larkin, M1, Mullen, S, Power, E, Stanley, D, White, C1, Fitzpatrick, U, Stout, J. Conserving diversity in Irish plant-pollinator networks. Ecology and Evolution 12, e9347.
Campbell, C, Russo, L, Albert, R, Buckling, A, Shea, K. (2022) Whole community invasions and the integration of novel ecosystems. PLoS Computational Biology, 18:e1010151.
Ross, BD, Berger, J, Mahan, CG, Russo, L. (2022) Species richness, abundance, and productivity of birds along a powerline right of way within a forested landscape, northeastern United States. The American Midland Naturalist, 187:243-257.
Russo, L, de Keyzer, CW, Harmon-Threatt, AN, LeCroy, KA, MacIvor, JS. (2021) The managed to invasive species continuum in social and solitary bees and impact on native bee conservation. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 46:43-49.
Russo, L, Stout, H, Roberts, D, Ross, B, Mahan, C. (2021) Powerline right-of-way management and flower-visiting insects: How vegetation management can promote pollinator diversity. PLoS ONE, 16(1), p.e0245146.
Russo, L, Buckley, Y, Hamilton, H, Kavanagh, M, Stout, J. (2020) Low concentrations of fertilizer and herbicide alter plant growth and interactions with flower-visiting insects. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and the Environment 304, 107141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2020.107141
Centrella, M, Russo, L, Moreno, N, Eitzer, B, van Dyke, M, Danforth, B, Poveda, K. (2020) Increasing agricultural habitat reduces solitary bee offspring number and weight in apple orchards by reducing floral diet diversity and increasing fungicide risk. Journal of Applied Ecology, 57:6, 1031-1042. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13600
Russo, L, Keller, J, Vaudo, AD, Grozinger, CM, Shea, K. (2020) Warming increases pollen lipid concentration in an invasive thistle, with minor effects on the associated floral-visitor community. Insects, 11:20. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects11010020
Erickson, E, Adam, S, Russo, L, Wojcik, V, Patch, HM, Grozinger, CM. (2019) More than meets the eye? The role of ornamental flowers in supporting pollinators. Environmental Entomology: https://doi.org/10.1093/ee/nvz133.
Russo, L, Albert, R, Campbell, C, Shea, K. (2019) Experimental species introduction shapes network interactions in a plant-pollinator community. Biological Invasions,21:3505-3519.
Russo, L, Vaudo, AD, Fisher, CJ, Grozinger, CM, & Shea, K. (2019) Bee community preference for an invasive thistle associated with higher pollen protein content. Oecologia,190:901-912.
Kendall, LK, Rader, R, Gagic, V, Cariveau, D, Albrecht, M, Baldock, KCR, Freitas, B, Hall, M, Holzschuh, A, Pereira, J, Roberts, SPM, Rodriguez, J, Russo, L, Sutter, L, Vereecken, NJ, Bartomeus, I. Pollinator size and its consequences: Predictive allometry for pollinating insects. In press at Ecology and Evolution (https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/08/22/397604)
King, L, Serem, E, Russo, L. (2018) Minimal effect of honey beehive fences on native bee diversity and abundance at the farm scale during the dry season in southern Kenya. Apidologie 1-10. (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13592-018-0608-9)
Zemenick, A, Kula, R, Russo, L, Tooker, J. (2018) A network approach reveals parasitoid wasps to be generalized nectar foragers. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 1-13. (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11829-018-9642-9)
Russo, L, Miller, AD, Tooker, J, Bjornstad, ON, & Shea, K. (2018) Quantitative evolutionary patterns in mutualistic networks: Vicariance, phylogenetic tracking, or coevolution? Methods in Ecology and Evolution9: 761-772 (https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/2041-210X.12914)
Russo, L, Park, M, Blitzer, EJ, & Danforth, B. (2017) Foraging behavior and abundance determine the relative importance of pollinators in apple orchards. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and the Environment, 246: 102-108.
Russo, L. & Shea, K. (2017) Experimentally increased network connectance is associated with increased bee species richness and abundance in a plant-pollinator community. Journal of Complex Networks: cnw024
Russo, L. & Danforth, B. Pollen preferences among the bee species visiting apple (Malus pumila) in New York. (2017) Apidologie 1-15.
Russo, L. (2016) Positive and negative impacts of non-native bee species around the world. Insects, 7(4): 69. doi:10.3390/insects7040069. (http://www.mdpi.com/2075-4450/7/4/69)
Marins, A, Costa, D, Russo, L, Campbell, C, Bjornstad, O, & Shea, K. (2016) The role of mound size and builder identity in a termite-cohabitation network. Ecological Entomology, DOI: 10.1111/een.12323 (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/een.12323/full)
Campbell, C, Russo, L, Marins, A, DeSouza, O, Schonrogge, K, Mortensen, D, Tooker, J, Albert, R, & Shea, K. (2016) Inferring characteristics of termite-guest communities through comparative network analysis of plant-pollinator communities. Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2313. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ece3.2313/full)
Russo, L, Nichol, C, & Shea, K. (2016) Pollinator floral provisioning by a plant invader: quantifying beneficial effects of detrimental species. Diversity and Distributions, 22:189-198.
Russo, L, Park, M, Gibbs, J, & Danforth, B. (2015) The challenge of accurately documenting bee species richness in agroecosystems: bee diversity in eastern apple orchards. Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1002/ece3.1582. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4567859/)
Russo, L, Memmott, J, Montoya, D, Shea, K, & Buckley, Y. (2014) Patterns of novel species interactions interaction formation affect network structure in plant-pollinator communities. Ecology, 93(10).
Russo, L, DeBarros, N, Yang, S, Shea, K & Mortensen, D. (2013) Supporting crop pollinators with floral resources: network-based phenological matching. Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.703. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24101999)
Russo, L, Stehouwer, R, Heberling, JM & Shea, K. (2011) The Composite Insect Trap: a novel method for biologically diverse sampling. PLoS ONE,6(6): e21079. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021079. (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0021079)
Jongejans, E, Allen, MR, Leib, AE, Marchetto, KM, Pedatella, NM, Peterson-Smith, J, Rauschert, ESJ, Ruggiero, DC, Russo, L, Ruth, LE, Sezen, Z, Skarpaas, O, Teller, BJ, Warg, LA, Yang, S, Zhang, R, & Shea, K. (2011) Spatial dynamics of invasive Carduus thistles. In: Chan F, Marinova D & Anderssen RS (eds) MODSIM2011, 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, pp. 2514-2520. ISBN: 978-0-9872143-1-7
Book, AJ, Smalle, J, Lee, KH, Yang, P, Walker, JM, Casper, S, Holmes, JH, Russo, LA, Buzzinotti, ZW, Jenik, PD & Vierstra, RD. (2009) The RPN5 subunit of the 26s proteasome is essential for gametogenesis, sporophyte development, and complex assembly in arabidopsis. The Plant Cell, 21: 460-478.
SELECTED EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS
McKim, K, Russo, L, Khalil, A, Sykes, V. (2022) Planting for pollinators in east Tennessee. University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, UT Extension: https://extension.tennessee.edu/publications/Documents/W1095.pdf
Hietala, L, Vail, K, Skinner, J, Taylor, A, Russo, L,Tsuruda, J, Rhoades, P. (2020) Nature’s Right-Angle Drill: Carpenter Bees. University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, UT Extension. https://extension.tennessee.edu/publications/Documents/W876.pdf
Bordeau, T, Fulcher, A, Russo, L. (2019) Initiating pollinator stewardship in the nursery, landscape, and garden center. University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, UT Extension. https://extension.tennessee.edu/publications/Documents/W855.pdf
INVITED PUBLICATIONS Russo, L. Wild and native pollinators in your backyard: who are they and why do they matter? Pennsylvania Forests, 2016.