Archbold Biological Station, Biennial Report 1997-1998


Appendix A
Scientific Publications by Station Staff, 1997-1998

Station Staff indicated with boldface.

[Biennial Contents | Publications by Visiting Scientists | Station Bibliography]

Abrahamson, W.G., G. Melika, R. Scrafford, and G. Csoka. 1998. Gall-inducing insects provide insights into plant systematic relationships. Am. J. Bot. 85:1159-1165.

Abrahamson, W.G., G. Melika, R. Scrafford, and G. Csoka. 1998. Host-plant associations and specificity among cynipid gall-inducing wasps of eastern USA. U.S. Forest Serv. Genl. Tech. Rep. NC-199:225-240.

Anderson, D.H., S. Darring, and A.C. Benke. 1998. Growth of crustacean meiofauna in a forested floodplain swamp: implications for biomass turnover. J. N. Am. Benthological Soc. 17:21-36.

Anderson, D.H. and B.D. Dugger. 1998. A conceptual basis for evaluating restoration success. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Nat. Resources Conf. 63:111-121.

Anderson, R.C. and E.S. Menges. 1997. Effects of fire on sandhill herbs: nutrients, mycorrhizae, and biomass allocation. Am. J. Bot. 84:938-948.

Berry, D.M. and E.S. Menges. 1997. Post-fire changes in resource limitation of Florida scrub plants. Pages 197-201 in Proceedings: First Conference on Fire Effects on Rare and Endangered Species and Habitats (J.M. Greenlee, Ed.). International Association of Wildland Fire, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

Bowman, R. and G.E. Woolfenden. 1997. Nesting chronology of the common ground-dove in Florida and Texas. J. Field Ornithol. 68:580-589.

Bowman, R. and G.E. Woolfenden. 1998. The scrub and the scrub-jay: imperiled natural treasures of Florida. Fla. Nat. 71(1):10-11.

Capece, J.C., M. Mozaffari, and G.T. Bancroft. 1998. Agroecology research for sustaining subtropical prairie ecosystems on beef cattle ranches of Florida. Proc. Annu. Conf. Ecosystems Restoration Creation 24:70-81.

Close, R.M., B. Ferster, and M.A. Deyrup. 1997. Observations of insects associated with an infestation of sand pine (Pinus clausa) by the aphid Cinara pinivora. Fla. Sci. 60:81-88.

Deyrup, M. 1997. Dacetine ants of the Bahamas. Bahamas J. Sci. 5:2-6.

Deyrup, M. 1997. Learning the language of insects and flowers. Wings 20(1):12-15.

Deyrup. M. and S. Cover. 1998. Two new species of Smithistruma Brown (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Florida. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 100:214-221.

Deyrup, M. and L. Davis. 1998. A new species of Aphaenogaster (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from upland habitats in Florida. Entomol. News 109:88-94.

Deyrup, M., L. Davis, and S. Buckner. 1998. Composition of the ant fauna of three Bahamaian Islands. Pages 23-31 in Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on the Natural History of the Bahamas (Wilson, T.K., Ed.). Bahamian Field Station, San Salvador.

Deyrup, M., C. Johnson, and L. Davis. 1997. Notes on the ant Eurhopalothrix floridana, with a description of the male (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Entomol. News 108:183-189.

Deyrup, M. and E.S. Menges. 1997. Pollination ecology of the rare scrub mint Dicerandra frutescens (Lamiaceae). Fla. Sci. 60:143-157.

Dugger, B.D. 1997. Factors influencing the onset of spring migration in mallards. J. Field Ornithol. 68:331-337.

Dugger, B.D. 1998. Audio tapes vs. computer software for studying bird songs: The value of active learning. Nat. Resour. Env. Issues 7:183-185.

Eisner, T. 1997. Tribute to a mint plant. Wings 20(2):3-6.

Eisner, T. 1998. Chemical prospecting: The new natural history. Pages 37-42 in Scientists on Biodiversity (Koebner, L., J.E.S. Sokolow, F.T. Grifo, and S. Simpson, Eds.). American Museum of Natural History, New York.

Eisner, T., M. Eisner, A.B. Attygalle, M. Deyrup, and J. Meinwald. 1998. Rendering the inedible edible: circumvention of a millipede’s chemical defense by a predaceous beetle larvae (Phengodidae). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 95:1108-1113.

Eisner, T., M.A. Goetz, D.E. Hill, S.R. Smedley, and J. Meinwald. 1997. Firefly ‘femmes fatales’ acquire defensive steroids (lucibufagins) from their firefly prey. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94:9723-9728.

Eisner, T., R.C. Morgan, A.B. Attygalle, S.R. Smedley, K.B. Herath, and J. Meinwald. 1997. Defensive production of quinoline by a phasmid insect (Oreophoetes peruana). J. Exp. Biol. 200:2493-2500.

Fleck, D.C. and G.E. Woolfenden. 1997. Can acorn tannin predict scrub-jay caching behavior? J. Chem. Ecol. 23: 793-806.

Goldstein, J.M., G.E. Woolfenden, and J.P. Hailman. 1998. A same-sex stepparent shortens a prebreeder’s duration in the natal territory: tests of two hypotheses in Florida scrub-jays. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 44:15-22.

Grubb, T.C., Jr., G.E. Woolfenden, and J.W. Fitzpatrick. 1998. Factors affecting nutritional condition of fledgling Florida scrub-jays: a ptilochronology approach. Condor 100: 753-756.

Langridge, H.P. and G.E. Woolfenden. 1998. First record of the thick-billed murre from Florida. Fla. Field Nat. 26: 139-140.

Layne, J.N. 1997. Nonindigenous mammals. Pages 157-186 in Strangers in Paradise (Simberloff, D., S.C. Schmitz, and T.C. Brown, Eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Layne, J.N. 1998. Nest box use and reproduction in the gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Florida. Pages 61-70 in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tree Squirrels (Steele, M.A., J.F. Merritt, and D.A. Ziegers, Eds.). Virginia Mus. Nat. Hist. Spec. Pub. 6:1-320.

McMillian, M.A., and B. Pranty. 1998. Recent nesting of the white-tailed kite in central Florida. Fla. Field Nat. 25:143-145.

McMillian, M.A. 1998. "Foot-hunting" behavior by a great horned owl. Fla. Field Nat. 26:91-93.

Maehr, D.S. and J.N. Layne. 1997. Florida’s all-purpose plant - the saw palmetto. The Palmetto 16(4):6-10,15,21.

Melika, G. and W.G. Abrahamson. 1997. Descriptions of four new species of cynipid gall wasps of the genus Neuroterus Hartog (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) with redescriptions of some known species from the eastern United States. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 99:560-573.

Melika, G. and W.G. Abrahamson. 1997. Synonymy of two genera (Eumayria and Trisoleniella) of cynipid gall wasps and description of a new genus, Eumayriella (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 99:666-675.

Menges, E.S. 1997. Evaluating extinction risks in plant populations. Pages 49-65 in Conservation Biology for the Coming Decade (Fiedler, P.L. and P.M. Kareiva, Eds.). Chapman and Hall, New York.

Menges, E.S. 1998. Ecology and conservation of Florida scrub. Pages 7-22 in Savannas, Barrens, and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America (Anderson, R.C., J.S. Fralish, and J. Baskin, Eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Menges, E.S. and R.W. Dolan. 1998. Demographic viability of Silene regia in midwestern prairies and relationships with fire management, genetics, geography, population size, and isolation. J. Ecol. 86:63-78.

Menges, E.S. and C.V. Hawkes. 1998. Interactive effects of fire and microhabitat on plants of Florida scrub. Ecol. Appl. 8:935-946.

Menges, E.S. and M.A. Deyrup. 1998. Predicting and managing postfire mortality in south Florida slash pines. Page 146 in Fire in Ecosystem Management: Shifting the Paradigm from Suppression to Prescription (Pruden, T.L. and L.A. Brennan, Eds.). Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings, No. 20. Tall Timbers Research Sta., Tallahassee, Fla.

Morrison, J.L., M.A. McMillian, S.M. McGehee, and L.D. Todd. 1997. First record of crested caracaras nesting in a cypress. Fla. Field Nat. 25:51-53.

Pranty, B. and M.A. McMillian. 1998. Status of the white-tailed kite in northern and central Florida. Fla. Field Nat. 25:117-127.

Quintana-Ascencio, P.F., R.W. Dolan, and E.S. Menges. 1998. Hypericum cumulicola demography in unoccupied and occupied Florida scrub patches with different time-since-fire. J. Ecol. 86:640-651.

Robinson, H. and M. Deyrup. 1997. Two new species of Asyndetus Loew, and notes on the identity of A. interruptus Loew (Diptera: Dolichopodidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 99: 477-482.

Rossini, C., A.B. Attygalle, A. Gonzales, S.R. Smedley, M. Eisner, J. Meinwald, and T. Eisner. 1997. Defensive production of formic acid (80%) by a carabid beetle (Galerita lecontei). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94:6792-6797.

Squitter, J.M., M. Deyrup, and J.L. Capinera. 1998. A new species of Melanoplus (Orthoptera: Acrididae) from an isolated upland in peninsular Florida. Fla. Entomol. 81: 451-460.

Stagliano, D. M., A. C. Benke, and D. H. Anderson. 1998. Emergence of aquatic insects from two habitats in a small wetland of the southeastern USA: temporal patterns of numbers and biomass. J. N. Am. Benthological Soc. 17:37-53.

Swain, H.M. 1998. Archbold Biological Station and the MacArthur Agro-ecology Research Center. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 79:114-120.

Swain, H.M. 1998. Land use planning: working with your local government. Pages 167-174 in Problem-solving in Conservation Biology and Wildlife Management: Exercises for Class, Field, and Laboratory (Gibbs, J. M., M. L. Hunter, and E. Sterling, Eds.). Blackwell Science, Boston.

Swain, H.M. and W. Michener. 1998. Synopsis; from a field station perspective. Pages 129-133 in Data and Information Management in the Ecological Sciences; a Resource Guide (Michener, W.K., J.H. Porter, and S.G. Stafford, Eds.). LTER Network Office, Univ. New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Tarvin, K.A. and G.E. Woolfenden. 1997. Patterns of dominance and aggressive behavior in blue jays at a feeder. Condor 99:434-444.

Toth, L.A. and D.H. Anderson. 1998. Developing expectations for ecosystem restoration. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Nat. Resources Conf. 63:122-134.

Woolfenden, G.E. 1998. Rare and endangered biota of Florida. Vol. V. Birds by James A. Rodgers, Jr., Herbert W. Kale II, and Henry T. Smith (review). Condor 100:191-192

Woolfenden, G.E. 1998. Birds of forest islands in the south-east Baltic region by Petras Kurlavicius (review). Condor 100:587.

Woolfenden, G.E., J.P. Hailman, and W.E. Lanyon. 1998. Keep "The Auk" alive and flying (commentary). Auk 115:254-255.

Yosef, R. and M.A. Deyrup. 1998. Effects of fertilizer-induced reduction of invertebrates on reproductive success of loggerhead shrikes (Lanius ludovicianus). J. Ornithol. 139:307-312.

Yosef, R. and F.E. Lohrer (editors). 1998. Shrikes of the World - II: Conservation Implications. Proceedings of the Second International Shrike Symposium, 17-23 March 1996, Eilat, Israel. International Birdwatching Center Tech. Publ. 7:1-119.

Total 1997–1998, 57

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