David A. Holway

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Publications of David A. Holway (19 listed):

Biological Invasions (2020) 22, 1669-1679
Sean B. Menke and David A. Holway (2020)
Historical resurvey indicates no decline in Argentine ant site occupancy in coastal southern California

Biological Invasions (2020) 22, 681-691
Ida Naughton, Christina Boser, Neil D. Tsutsui and David A. Holway (2020)
Direct evidence of native ant displacement by the Argentine ant in island ecosystems

Ecological Entomology (2017) 42, 61-66
Cause Hanna, Ida Naughton, Christina Boser and David A. Holway (2017)
Aphid-tending ants on introduced fennel: can resources derived from non-native plants alter the trophic position of higher-order consumers?

Molecular Ecology (2017) 26, 1608-1630
Yi Hu, David A. Holway, Piotr Lukasik, Linh Chau, Adam D. Kay, Edward G. LeBrun, Katie A. Miller, Jon G. Sanders, Andrew V. Suarez and Jacob A. Russell (2017)
By their own devices: invasive Argentine ants have shifted diet without clear aid from symbiotic microbes

Journal of Applied Entomology (2017) 141, 540-550
C.L. Boser, C. Hanna, D.A. Holway, K.R. Faulkner, I. Naughton, K. Merrill, J.M. Randall, C. Cory, D.-H. Choe and S.A. Morrison (2017)
Protocols for Argentine ant eradication in conservation areas

Ecological Entomology (2015) 40, 437-443
John Ludka, Katherine E. Levan and David A. Holway (2015)
Infiltration of a facultative ant–plant mutualism by the introduced Argentine ant: effects on mutualist diversity and mutualism benefits

Oecologia (2014) 174, 163-171
Katherine E. LeVan, Keng-Lou James Hung, Kyle R. McCann, John T. Ludka and David A. Holway (2014)
Floral visitation by the Argentine ant reduces pollinator visitation and seed set in the coast barrel cactus, Ferocactus viridescens

Oecologia (2013) 172, 197-205
Shawn M. Wilder, Thomas R. Barnum, David A. Holway, Andrew V. Suarez and Micky D. Eubanks (2013)
Introduced fire ants can exclude native ants from critical mutualist-provided resources

Ecological Entomology (2013) 38, 505-514
Ho Jung S. Yoo, Michelle C. Kizner and David A. Holway (2013)
Ecological effects of multi-species, ant-hemipteran mutualisms in citrus

Ecological Entomology (2011) 36, 450-458
Ho Jung S. Yoo and David A. Holway (2011)
Context-dependence in an ant-aphid mutualism: direct effects of tending intensity on aphid performance

Oecologia (2010) 164, 763-771
Sean B. Menke, Andy V. Suarez, Chadwick V. Tillberg, Cheng T. Chou and David A. Holway (2010)
Trophic ecology of the invasive argentine ant: spatio-temporal variation in resource assimilation and isotopic enrichment

Biological Invasions (2008) 10, 273-280
Stephanie Glenn and David Holway (2008)
Consumption of introduced prey by native predators: Argentine ants and pit-building ant lions

Ecological Entomology (2008) 33, 101-106
Crystal D. Grover, Kathleen C. Dayton, Sean B. Menke and David A. Holway (2008)
Effects of aphids on foliar foraging by Argentine ants and the resulting effects on other arthropods

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2007) 274, 2951-2957
Crystal D. Grover, Adam D. Kay, Jessica A. Monson, Thomas C. Marsh and David A. Holway (2007)
Linking nutrition and behavioural dominance: carbohydrate scarcity limits aggression and activity in Argentine ants

Oecologia (2003) 135, 576-582
Shanna E. Carney, M. Brooke Byerley and David A. Holway (2003)
Invasive Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) do not replace native ants as seed dispersers of Dendromecon rigida (Papaveraceae) in California, USA

Molecular Ecology (2001) 10, 2151-2161
Neil D. Tsutsui, Andrew V. Suarez, David A. Holway and Ted J. Case (2001)
Relationships among native and introduced populations of the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) and the source of introduced populations

Biological Invasions (1999) 1, 43-53
Andrew V. Suarez, Neil D. Tsutsui, David A. Holway and Ted J. Case (1999)
Behavioral and genetic differentiation between native and introduced populations of the Argentine ant

Oecologia (1998) 116, 252-258
David A. Holway (1998)
Effect of Argentine ant invasions on ground-dwelling arthropods in northern California riparian woodlands

Oecologia (1998) 115, 206-212
David A. Holway (1998)
Factors governing rate of invasion: a natural experiment using Argentine ants