Eubanks Publication List
Wills, B.D., C.D.Chong, S.M. Wilder, M.D. Eubanks, D.A. Holway, and A.V. Suarez. 2015. Effect of carbohydrate supplementation on investment into offspring number, size, and condition in a social insect. PLoS One 10(7):e0132440.
Bockoven, A.A., S.M. Wilder, and M.D. Eubanks. 2015. Intraspecific variation among social insect colonies: Persistent regional and colony-level differences in fire ant foraging behavior. PLoS One 10(7):e0133868.
Lenhart, P.A.*, M.D. Eubanks, and S.T. Behmer. 2015. Water stress in grasslands: the dynamic response of plants and insect herbivores. Oikos 124:381-390.
Carr, D.E. and M.D. Eubanks. 2014. Interactions between insect herbivores and plant mating systems. Annual Review of Entomology 59:185-203.
Eubanks, M.D. and D.L. Finke. 2014. Beyond who eats whom: Interaction webs in agroecosystems. Current Opinion in Insect Science 2:1-6.
Horn, K.C.*, M.D. Eubanks, and E. Siemann. 2013. The effect of diet and opponent size on aggressive interactions involving Caribbean Crazy Ants (Nylanderia fulva). PLoS One 8(6):e66912.
Rice, K.B. and M.D. Eubanks. 2013. No enemies needed: Cotton aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) directly benefit from red imported fire ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) tending. Florida Entomologist 96(3):929-932.
Szczepaniec, A., M.J. Raupp, R.D. Parker, D. Kerns, and M.D. Eubanks. 2013. Neonicotinoid insecticides alter induced defenses and increase susceptibility to spider mites in distantly related crop plants. PLoS One 8(5): e62620. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062620
Burkett-Cadena, N.D.*, C.J.W. McClure, L.K. Estep, and M.D. Eubanks. 2013. Hosts or habitats: What drives the spatial distribution of mosquitoes? Ecosphere 4(2):30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES13-00009.1
Wilder, S.M., T.R. Barnum*, D.A. Holway, S.V. Suarez, and M.D. Eubanks. 2013. Red imported fire ants can exclude native ants from critical mutualist-supplied resources. Oecologia 172:197-205.
Szczepaniec, A., S.E. Widney**, J.S. Bernal, and M.D. Eubanks. 2013. Higher expression of induced defenses in teosintes (Zea spp.)is correlated with greater resistance to fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 146:242-251.
Burkett-Cadena, N.*, H.K. Hassan, M.D. Eubanks, E.W. Cupp, and T.R. Unnasch. 2012. Winter severity predicts the timing of mosquito host shifts. Biology Letters 8:567-569.
Wilder, S.M., D.A. Holway, A.V. Suarez, E.G. Lebrun, and M.D. Eubanks. 2011. Intercontinental differences in resource use reveal the importance of mutualisms in fire ant invasions. Proceedings of the National Acacemy of Sciences 108(51):20639-20644.
Cook, S.C. M.D. Eubanks, R.E. Gold, and S.T. Behmer. 2011. Seasonality directs contrasting food collection behavior and nutrient regulation strategies in ants. PLoS ONE 6(9):e25407.
Price, P.W., R.F. Denno, M.D. Eubanks, D.L. Finke, and I. Kaplan. 2011. Insect Ecology: Behavior, Populations, and Communities. Cambridge University Press. 801 pp.
Burkett-Cadena, N.D.*, G.S. White, M.D. Eubanks, and T.R. Unnasch. 2011. Winter biology of wetland mosquitoes at a focus of Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis Virus transmission in Alabama, USA. Journal of Medical Entomology 48(5): 967-973.
Burkett-Cadena, N.D.*, C.J.W. Christopher, R.A. McClure, R.A. Ligon, S.P. Graham, C. Guyer, G.E. Hill, S.S. Ditchkoff, M.D. Eubanks, H.K. Hassan and T.R. Unnasch. 2011. Host reproductive phenology drives seasonal patterns of host use in mosquitoes. PLoS One 6(3):1-7.
Gray, K.M.**, N.D. Burkett-Cadena*, M.D. Eubanks, and T.R. Unnasch. 2011. Circadian flight activity of Culex erraticus and other wetland mosquitoes (Diptera: Culucidae) in central Alabama. Journal of Medical Entomology 48(2):167-172.
Wilder, S.M., D.A. Holway, A.V. Suarez, and M.D. Eubanks. 2011. Macronutrient content of plant-based food affects growth of a carnivorous insect. Ecology 92(2):325-332.
Eubanks, M.D., M.J. Raupp, and D.L. Finke. 2011. Robert F. Denno (1945- 2008): Insect Ecologist Extraordinaire. Annual Review of Entomology 56:273-292.
Wilder, S.M. and M.D. Eubanks.2010. Might nitrogen limitation promote omnivory among carnivorous
arthropods: comment. Ecology 91:3114-3117.
*Burkett-Cadena, N., R. Ligon, M. Liu, H. Hassan, G. Hill, M.D. Eubanks, and T. Unnasch. 2010. Vector-
host interactions in avian nests: do mosquitoes prefer nestlings over adults? American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 83:395-399.
Wilder, S.M., A.V. Suarez, and M.D. Eubanks. 2010. The use of simulation modeling to evaluate the mechanisms responsible for the nutritional benefits of food-for-protection mutualisms. Ecological Modelling 221:1505-1511.
Ivey, C.T., D.E. Carr, and M.D. Eubanks. 2009. Genetic variation and constraints on the evolution of defense against spittlebug (Philaenus spumarius) herbivory in Mimulus guttatus. Heredity 102:303-311.
Murphy, J.F., M.D. Eubanks, and J. Masiri. 2009. Reflective plastic mulch but not a resistance-inducing
treatment reduced Watermellon mosaic virus incidence and yield losses in squash. International Journal of Vegetable Science 15:3-12.
*Burkett-Cadena, N.D., S.P. Graham, H.K. Hassan, C. Guyer, M.D. Eubanks, C.R. Katholi, and T.R. Unnasch. 2008. Blood feeding patterns of potential arbovirus vectors of the genus Culex targeting ectothermic hosts. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 79:809-815.
Murphy, J.F., J. Mosjidis, M.D. Eubanks, J. Masiri. 2008. Inter-row soil cover to reduce incidence of aphid- borne viruses in pumpkin. International Journal of Vegetable Science 14:290-303.
*Burkett-Cadena, N.D., M.D. Eubanks, and T.R. Unnasch. 2008. Size matters: Preference of female mosquitoes for natural and artificial resting sites. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 24:228-235.
Eubanks, M.D. and *J.D. Styrsky. 2006. Ant-hemipteran mutualisms: keystone interactions that alter food web dynamics and influence plant fitness. Pages 171-190 in Trophic and Guild Interactions in Biological Control,Progress in Biological Control, Volume 3. J. Brodeur and G. Boivin, eds. Springer Publishing, New York.
*Aubuchon, M.D., G.R. Mullen, and M.D. Eubanks. 2006. Efficacy of broadcast and perimeter applications of S-methoprene bait on the red imported fire ant in grazed pastures. Journal of Economic Entomology 99:621-625.
*Jhee, E.M., R.S. Boyd, and M.D. Eubanks. 2006. Effectiveness of metal-metal and metal-organic compound combinations against Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae): implications for plant elemental defense. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32:239-259.
*Styrsky, J.D., *I. Kaplan, and M.D. Eubanks. 2006. Plant trichomes indirectly enhance tritrophic interactions involving a generalist predator, the red imported fire ant. Biological Control 36:375-384.
*Jhee, E.M., R.S. Boyd, M.D. Eubanks, and M.A. Davis. 2006. Nickel hyperaccumulation by Streptanthes polygaloides (Brassicaceae) protects against Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). Plant Ecology 183:91-104.
Head, G., W. Moar, M. Eubanks, B. Freeman, J. Ruberson, A. Hagerty, and S. Turnipseed. 2005. A multiyear, large-scale comparison of arthropod populations on commercially managed Bt and non-Bt cotton fields. Environmental Entomology 34:1257-1266.
**Coleman, C.M., R.S. Boyd, and M.D. Eubanks. 2005. Extending the elemental defense hypothesis: dietary metal concentrations below hyperaccumulator levels could harm herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31:1669-1681.
*Jhee, E.M., R.S. Boyd, and M.D. Eubanks. 2005. Nickel hyperaccumulation as an elemental defense of Streptanthus polygaloides (Brassicaceae): influence of herbivore feeding mode. New Phytologist 168:331-344.
*Dingha, B.N., A.G. Appel, and M.D. Eubanks. 2005. Discontinuous carbon dioxide release in the German cockroach, Blattella germanica (Dictyoptera: Blattellidae), and its effect on respiratory transpiration. Journal of Insect Physiology 51:825-836.
Eubanks, M.D. 2005. Predaceous herbivores and herbivorous predators: the biology of omnivores and the ecology of omnivore-prey interactions. Pages 3-17 in Ecology of Predator - Prey Interactions. Pedro Barbosa and Ignacio Castellanos, Eds. Oxford University Press.
Eubanks, M.D., D.E. Carr, and J.F. Murphy. 2005. The effects of virus infection of monkeyflowers on host plant quality for meadow spittlebugs, Philaenus spumarius (Homoptera: Cercopidae). Environmental Entomology 34:891-898.
Eubanks, M. D., and *J.D. Styrsky. 2005. Effects of plant feeding on the performance of omnivorous 'predators'. Pages 148-177, in Plant-Provided Food and Herbivore-Carnivore Interactions. Felix Wäckers, Paul van Rijin, and Jan Bruin, Eds. Cambridge University Press.
Abrahamson, W.G., C.P. Blair, M.D. Eubanks, and S.A. Morehead. 2003. Sequential radiation of unrelated organisms: the gall fly Eurosta solidaginis and the tumbling flower beetle Mordellistena convicta. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16:781-789.
*Hull-Sanders, H.M., A.G. Appel, and M.D. Eubanks. 2003. Comparative water relations of adult and juvenile tortoise beetles: Differences among sympatric species. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 135(4):625-634.
Eubanks, M.D., **S.A. Blackwell, **C.J. Parrish, Z.D. DeLamar, and *H. Hull-Sanders. 2002. Intraguild predation of beneficial arthropods by red imported fire ants in cotton. Environmental Entomology 31:1168-1174.
*Kaplan, I., and M.D. Eubanks. 2002. Disruption of cotton aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae)-natural enemy dynamics by red imported fire ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Environmental Entomology 31:1175-
Abrahamson, W. G., M. D. Eubanks, A. V. Whipple, and *C. P. Blair. 2001. Gall flies, inquilines, and goldenrods: a model for host-race formation and sympatric speciation. American Zoologist 41:928-938. (journal recently renamed Integrative and Comparative Biology)
Losey, J.E. and M.D. Eubanks. 2000. Implications of pea aphid host-plant specialization for the potential colonization of vegetables following post-harvest emigration from forage crops. Environmental Entomology 29:1283-1288.
Eubanks, M.D. and R.F. Denno. 2000. Health food versus fast food: the effects of prey quality and mobility on prey selection by a generalist predator and indirect interactions among prey species. Ecological Entomology 25:140-146.
Denno, R.F., G.K. Roderick, M.A. Peterson, A.F. Huberty, H. G. Döbel, M.D. Eubanks, J.E. Losey, and G.A. Langellotto. 1996. Habitat persistence underlies intraspecific variation in the dispersal strategies of planthoppers. Ecological Monographs 66:389-408.
Eubanks, M.D. and G.L. Miller. 1993. Sexual differences in behavioral response to conspecifics and predators in the wolf spider Gladicosa pulchra (Araneae: Lycosidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 6:641-648.
Forrest, T.G., J.L. Sylvester, Jr., S. Testa, III, S.W. Smith, A. Dinep, T.L. Cupit, J.M. Huggins, K.L. Atkins, and M. Eubanks. 1991. Mate choice in ground crickets (Gryllidae: Nemobiinae). Florida Entomologist 74:74-
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