Jeff R. Garnas

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Publications of Jeff R. Garnas (26 listed):

Biological Invasions (2020) 22, 2325-2338
Eston K. Mutitu, Thierry B. Hoareau, Brett P. Hurley, Jeff R. Garnas, Michael J. Wingfield and Bernard Slippers (2020)
Reconstructing early routes of invasion of the bronze bug Thaumastocoris peregrinus (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae): cities as bridgeheads for global pest invasions

Ecology and Evolution (2020) 10, 13752-13766
Jeff R. Garnas, Katie E. Vann and Brett P. Hurley (2020)
Biotic and abiotic effects on density, body size, sex ratio, and survival in immature stages of the European woodwasp, Sirex noctilio

Mycologia (2020) 112, 880-894
Cameron M. Stauder, Jeff R. Garnas, Eric W. Morrison, Catalina Salgado-Salazar and Matt T. Kasson (2020)
Characterization of mating type genes in heterothallic Neonectria species, with emphasis on N. coccinea, N. ditissima, and N. faginata

Ecology and Evolution (2019) 9, 7966-7973
Joséphine Queffelec, Amy L. Wooding, Jaco M. Greeff, Jeffrey R. Garnas, Brett P. Hurley, Michael J. Wingfield and Bernard Slippers (2019)
Mechanisms that influence sex ratio variation in the invasive hymenopteran Sirex noctilio in South Africa

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2019) 21, 276-285
Mesfin Wondafrash, Bernard Slippers, Brett P. Hurley and Jeff Garnas (2019)
Local antagonism and resource partitioning between two invasive pine plantation pests

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2018) 20, 208-216
Mesfin Wondafrash, Bernard Slippers, Jeff Garnas and Brett P. Hurley (2018)
Parasitoid assemblage associated with a North American pine weevil in South Africa

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1045-1056
Michael J. Wingfield, Jeff R. Garnas, Ann Hajek, Brett P. Hurley, Z. Wilhelm de Beer and Stephen J. Taerum (2016)
Novel and co-evolved associations between insects and microorganisms as drivers of forest pestilence

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 907-920
Alain Roques, MarieAnne AugerRozenberg, Tim M. Blackburn, Jeff Garnas, Petr Pysek, Wolfgang Rabitsch, David M. Richardson, Michael J. Wingfield, Andrew M. Liebhold and Richard P. Duncan (2016)
Temporal and interspecific variation in rates of spread for insect species invading Europe during the last 200 years

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 971-983
Cang Hui, David M. Richardson, Pietro Landi, Henintsoa O. Minoarivelo, Jeff Garnas and Helen E. Roy (2016)
Defining invasiveness and invasibility in ecological networks

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 953-969
Ann E. Hajek, Brett P. Hurley, Marc Kenis, Jeffrey R. Garnas, Samantha J. Bush, Michael J. Wingfield, Joop C. van Lenteren and Matthew J.W. Cock (2016)
Exotic biological control agents: A solution or contribution to arthropod invasions?

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 935-952
Jeff R. Garnas, MarieAnne AugerRozenberg, Alain Roques, Cleo Bertelsmeier, Michael J. Wingfield, Davina L. Saccaggi, Helen E. Roy and Bernard Slippers (2016)
Complex patterns of global spread in invasive insects: eco-evolutionary and management consequences

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 921-933
Brett P. Hurley, Jeff Garnas, Michael J. Wingfield, Manuela Branco, David M. Richardson and Bernard Slippers (2016)
Increasing numbers and intercontinental spread of invasive insects on eucalypts

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 2283-2297
Mesfin Wondafrash, Bernard Slippers, Jeff Garnas, Géraldine Roux, Jiri Foit, David W. Langor and Brett P. Hurley (2016)
Identification and genetic diversity of two invasive Pissodes spp. Germar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in their introduced range in the southern hemisphere

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2015) 17, 64-70
Brett P. Hurley, Jeff Garnas and Miriam F. Cooperband (2015)
Assessing trap and lure effectiveness for the monitoring of Sirex noctilio

Journal of Pest Science (2015) 88, 97-106
Ryan L. Nadel, Michael J. Wingfield, Mary C. Scholes, Jeffrey R. Garnas, Simon A. Lawson and Bernard Slippers (2015)
Population dynamics of Thaumastocoris peregrinus in Eucalyptus plantations of South Africa

Biological Invasions (2014) 16, 329-339
M. Victoria Lantschner, José M. Villacide, Jeffrey R. Garnas, Philip Croft, Angus J. Carnegie, Andrew M. Liebhold and Juan C. Corley (2014)
Temperature explains variable spread rates of the invasive woodwasp Sirex noctilio in the Southern Hemisphere

Environmental Entomology (2014) 43, 1496-1506
Jeffrey Garnas, Eleanor Groden and Francis A. Drummond (2014)
Mechanisms of competitive displacement of native ant fauna by invading Myrmica rubra (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) populations

Journal of Economic Entomology (2013) 106, 1979-1985
Eston K. Mutitu, Jeffrey R. Garnas, Brett P. Hurley, Michael J. Wingfield, Marlene Harney, Samantha J. Bush and Bernard Slippers (2013)
Biology and rearing of Cleruchoides noackae (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae), an egg parasitoid for the biological control of Thaumastocoris peregrinus (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae)

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2013) 15, 146-156
Jeffrey R. Garnas, David R. Houston, Mark J. Twery, Matthew P. Ayres and Celia Evans (2013)
Inferring controls on the epidemiology of beech bark disease from spatial patterning of disease organisms

Ecological Entomology (2013) 38, 112-116
Dawit T. Degefu, Brett P. Hurley, Jeff Garnas, Michael J. Wingfield, Rodrigo Ahumada and Bernard Slippers (2013)
Parallel host range expansion in two unrelated cossid moths infesting Eucalyptus nitens on two continents

International Journal of Pest Management (2012) 58, 211-223
Jeffrey R. Garnas, Brett P. Hurley, Bernard Slippers and Michael J. Wingfield (2012)
Biological control of forest plantation pests in an interconnected world requires greater international focus

Ecography (2012) 35, 412-421
Jeffrey R. Garnas, David R. Houston, Matthew P. Ayres and Celia Evans (2012)
Disease ontogeny overshadows effects of climate and species interactions on population dynamics in a nonnative forest disease complex

Environmental Entomology (2012) 41, 59-71
Katherine McPhee, Jeffrey Garnas, Frank Drummond and Eleanor Groden (2012)
Homopterans and an invasive red ant, Myrmica rubra (L.), in Maine

Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière (2009) 39, 231-248
J.S. Dukes, J. Pontius, D. Orwig, J.R. Garnas, V.L. Rodgers, N. Brazee, B. Cooke, K.A. Theoharides, E.E. Stange, R. Harrington, J. Ehrenfeld, J. Gurevitch, M. Lerdau, K. Stinson, R. Wick and M. Ayres (2009)
Responses of insect pests, pathogens, and invasive plant species to climate change in the forests of northeastern North America: What can we predict?

Environmental Entomology (2007) 36, 105-113
Jeffrey R. Garnas, Francis A. Drummond and Eleanor Groden (2007)
Intercolony aggression within and among local populations of the invasive ant, Myrmica rubra (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), in coastal Maine

Journal of Economic Entomology (2005) 98, 1774-1784
Eleanor Groden, Francis A. Drummond, Jeffrey Garnas and André Franceour (2005)
Distribution of an invasive ant, Myrmica rubra (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), in Maine