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In review

A.E. Glassmire, J. P. Jahner, K.J. Badik, M.L. Forister, A.M. Smilanich, L.A. Dyer, and J.S. Wilson. (2016) The soil mosaic hypothesis. Oikos.

J.P. Jahner, M.L. Forister, T.L. Parchman, A.M. Smilanich, J.S. Miller, J.S. Wilson, T.R. Walla, E.J. Tepe, L.A. Richards, M.A. Quijano-Abril, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Dyer. (2016). Host clade conservatism, geography, and elevation in the evolution of a Neotropical moth radiation. Axios Review.

Published & in press

L.A. Richards, A.E. Glassmire, K.M. Ochsenrider, A.M. Smilanich, C.D. Dodson, C.S. Jeffrey, and L.A. Dyer (2016). Phytochemical diversity and synergistic effects on herbivores. Phytochemistry Reviews (accepted).

A.E. Glassmire, C.S. Jeffrey, M.L. Forister, T.L. Parchman, C.C. Nice, J.P. Jahner, J.S. Wilson, T.R. Walla, L.A. Richards, A.M. Smilanich, M.D. Leonard, C.R. Morrison, W. Simbaña, L.A. Salagaje, Craig C. Dodson, J.S. Miller, E.J. Tepe, S. Villamarin-Cortez and L.A. Dyer. (2016). Intraspecific phytochemical variation drives community and population structure for specialist caterpillars. New Phytologist, 212:208-219 (doi: 10.1111/nph.14038).[pdf] *** Commentary [pdf] ***

A. Hansen, A.E. Glassmire, L.A. Dyer, and A.M. Smilanich (2016) Patterns in parasitism frequency explained by diet and immunity. Ecography (doi: 10.1111/ecog.02498). [pdf]

M.L. Forister, Y. Basset, P.D. Coley, I.R. Diniz, P. Drozd, M. Fox, A.E. Glassmire, R.Hazen, J. Hrcek, J.P. Jahner, T.J. Kozubowski, T.A. Kursar, J. Lill, R.J. Marquis, S.E. Miller, H.C. Morais, M. Murakami, V. Novotny, A.K. Panorska, N. Pardikes, R.E. Ricklefs, M.S. Singer, A.M. Smilanich, J.O. Stireman, D.L. Wagner, T.Walla, G.D. Weiblen, and L.A. Dyer. (2015). The global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 112:442-447. [pdf]

C.S. Jeffrey, M. D. Leonard, A.E. Glassmire, C.D. Dodson, L.A. Richards, M.J. Kato, and L.A. Dyer. (2014). Anti-herbivore prenylated benzoic acid derivatives from Piper kelleyiJournal of Natural Products, 77:148-53. [pdf]

E.J. Tepe, G. Rodriguez-Castañada, A.E. Glassmire, and L.A. Dyer. (2014). Piper kelleyi, a hotspot of ecological interactions and a new species from Ecuador and Peru. PhytoKeys, 34:19-32. [pdf]

L.A. Dyer, D.L. Wagner, H.F. Greeney, A.M. Smilanich, T.M. Massad, M. Robinson, M. Fox, R. Hazen, A.E. Glassmire, N. Pardikes, K. Fredrickson, C. Pearson, G.L. Gentry, and J.O. Stireman III. (2012). Novel insights into tritrophic interaction diversity and chemical ecology using 16 years of volunteer supported research. American Entomologist, 58:15-19. [pdf]