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PUBLICATIONS

Bockoven AA, Bondy EC, Flores MJ, Kelly SE, Ravenscraft A, Hunter MS. (2019) What goes up might come down: the spectacular spread of an endosymbiont is followed by its decline a decade later. Microbial Ecology DOI: 10.1007/s00248-019-01417-4

 

Ravenscraft A, Kish N, Peay K, Boggs C. (2019) No evidence that gut microbiota impose a net cost on their butterfly host. Molecular Ecology 28: 2100–2117.

Ravenscraft A, Berry M, Hammer T, Peay K, Boggs C. (2019) Structure and function of the bacterial and fungal gut flora of Neotropical butterflies. Ecological Monographs 89(2): e01346.

McManus R, Ravenscraft A, Moore W. (2018) Bacterial associates of a gregarious riparian beetle with explosive defensive chemistry. Frontiers in Microbiology 9: 2361.

Arcila Hernández L, Sanders J, Miller G, Ravenscraft A, Frederickson, M. (2017) Ant-plant mutualism: a dietary by-product of a tropical ant’s macronutrient requirements. Ecology 98(12): 3141-3151.

Ravenscraft A, Boggs C. (2016) Nutrient acquisition across a dietary shift: Fruit feeding butterflies crave amino acids, nectivores seek salt. Oecologia 181(1): 1-12.

Hoopes MF, Marsh DM, Beard KH, Goldberg N, Aparicio A, Arbuthnot A, Hixon B, Laflower D, Lee L, Little A, Mooney E, Pallette A, Ravenscraft A, Scheele S, Stowe K, Sykes C, Watson R, Yang B. (2013) Invasive plants in U.S. National Wildlife Refuges: A coordinated research project with undergraduate ecology students. BioScience 63: 644-656.
 

Frederickson ME, Ravenscraft A, Hernández LMA, Booth G, Astudillo V, Miller GA. (2012) What happens when ants fail at plant defense? Cordia nodosa dynamically adjusts its investment in both direct and indirect resistance in response to herbivore damage. Journal of Ecology 101: 400-409.

Frederickson ME, Ravenscraft A, Miller GA, Hernández LMA, Booth G, Pierce NE. (2012) The direct and ecological costs of an ant-plant symbiosis. American Naturalist 179(6): 768-778.