Travis D. Marsico

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Publications of Travis D. Marsico (6 listed):

Biological Invasions (2020) 22, 1585-1606
L.E. Whitehurst, C.E. Cunard, J.N. Reed, S.J. Worthy, T.D. Marsico, R.D. Lucardi and K.S. Burgess (2020)
Preliminary application of DNA barcoding toward the detection of viable plant propagules at an initial, international point-of-entry in Georgia, USA

Ecology and Evolution (2019) 9, 12216-12230
Angela M. Mech, Kathryn A. Thomas, Travis D. Marsico, Daniel A. Herms, Craig R. Allen, Matthew P. Ayres, Kamal J.K. Gandhi, Jessica Gurevitch, Nathan P. Havill, Ruth A. Hufbauer, Andrew M. Liebhold, Kenneth F. Raffa, Ashley N. Schulz, Daniel R. Uden and Patrick C. Tobin (2019)
Evolutionary history predicts high-impact invasions by herbivorous insects

Florida Entomologist (2012) 95, 561-568
Kristen E. Sauby, Travis D. Marsico, Gary N. Ervin and Christopher P. Brooks (2012)
The role of host identity in determining the distribution of the invasive moth Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in Florida

Ecology and Evolution (2012) 2, 1056-1064
Anastasia M. Woodard, Gary N. Ervin and Travis D. Marsico (2012)
Host plant defense signaling in response to a coevolved herbivore combats introduced herbivore attack

Florida Entomologist (2012) 95, 939-943
Faye A. Stephens, Anastasia M. Woodard and Travis D. Marsico (2012)
Comparison between eggsticks of two cactophagous moths, Cactoblastis cactorum and Melitara prodenialis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)

Biological Invasions (2011) 13, 857-868
Travis D. Marsico, Lisa E. Wallace, Gary N. Ervin, Christopher P. Brooks, Jessica E. McClure and Mark E. Welch (2011)
Geographic patterns of genetic diversity from the native range of Cactoblastis cactorum (Berg) support the documented history of invasion and multiple introductions for invasive populations