Segar, S.T., Martin Volf, Mentap Sisol, Nicholas A. Pardikes, and Daniel Souto-Vilaros. 2019. Chemical cues and genetic divergence in insects on plants: conceptual cross pollination between mutualistic and antagonistic systems. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 32, 83-90.

Nicholas A. Pardikes, M.L. Forister, and L.A. Dyer. 2018. Preference and performance of Lepidoptera varies with tree age in juniper woodlands. Ecological Entomology.

L.A. Dyer, C.S. Philbin, K.M. Ochsenrider, L.A. Richards, T.J. Massad, A.M. Smilanich, M.L. Forister, T.L. Parchman, L. Galland, P.J. Hurtado, A.E. Espeset, A.E. Glassmire, J.G. Harrison, C. Mo, S. Yoon, N.A. Pardikes, N.D. Muchoney, J.P. Jahner, H.L. Slinn, O. Shelef, C.D. Dodson, M.J. Kato, L.F. Yamaguchi, and C.S. Jeffrey. 2018. Modern approaches to study plant–insect interactions in chemical ecologyNature Reviews Chemistry, p.1.

Nicholas A. Pardikes, Will Lumpkin, Paul J. Hurtado, and Lee A. Dyer. 2018. Simulated tri-trophic networks reveal complex relationships between species diversity and interaction diversity. PloS one13(3), p.e0193822.

Nicholas A. Pardikes, Joshua Harrison, Arthur M. Shapiro, and Matthew L. Forister. 2017. Synchronous population dynamics in California butterflies explained by climatic forcing. Royal Society Open Science 4 (7), 1701-90

Seltmann, K.C., Cobb, N.S., Gall, L.F., Bartlett, C.R., Basham, M.A., Betancourt, I., Bills, C., Brandt, B., Brown, R.L., Bundy, C. Caterino, M.S., Pardikes, N.A., et al. 2017. LepNet: The Lepidoptera of North America Network. Zootaxa4247(1): 73-77.

Nicholas A. Pardikes, Arthur M. Shapiro, Lee A. Dyer, and Matthew L. Forister. 2015. Global weather and local butterflies: variable responses to a large-scale climate pattern along an elevational gradient. Ecology 96:2891–2901

Matthew L. Forister, Vojtech Novotny, Anna K. Panorska, Leontine Baje, Yves Basset, Philip T. Butterill, Lukas Cizek, Phyllis D. Coley, Francesca Dem, Ivone R. Diniz, Pavel Drozd, Mark Fox, Andrea E. Glassmire, Rebecca Hazen, Jan Hrcek, Joshua P. Jahner, Ondrej Kaman, Tomasz J. Kozubowski, Thomas A. Kursar, Owen T. Lewis, John Lill, Robert J. Marquis, Scott E. Miller, Helena C. Morais, Masashi Murakami, Herbert Nickel, Nicholas A. Pardikes, Robert E. Ricklefs, Michael S. Singer, Angela M. Smilanich, John O. Stireman, Santiago Villamarín-Cortez, Stepan Vodka, Martin Volf, David L. Wagner, Thomas Walla, George D. Weiblen, and Lee A. Dyer. 2015. The global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores. PNAS 112:442-447.

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