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.
Russo, L, Miller, AD, Tooker, J, Bjornstad, ON, & Shea, K. Quantitative evolutionary patterns in mutualistic networks: Vicariance, phylogenetic tracking, or coevolution? In review at Methods in Ecology and Evolution (available upon request)
INVITED PUBLICATIONS Russo, L. Wild and native pollinators in your backyard: who are they and why do they matter? Pennsylvania Forests, 2016.
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