Paul M Severns
Paul M Severns
Assistant Professor of Plant Disease Epidemiology
Verified email at uga.edu
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Inbreeding and small population size reduce seed set in a threatened and fragmented plant species, Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii (Fabaceae)
P Severns
Biological Conservation 110 (2), 221-229, 2003
1172003
Selectively eliminating and conserving exotic plants to save an endangered butterfly from local extinction
PM Severns, AD Warren
Animal Conservation 11 (6), 476-483, 2008
712008
The role of parasite release in invasion of the USA by European slugs
JL Ross, ES Ivanova, PM Severns, MJ Wilson
Biological Invasions 12 (3), 603-610, 2010
672010
Biology of Kincaid's Lupine(Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii[Smith] Phillips), a Threatened Species of Western Oregon Native Prairies, USA
MV Wilson, T Erhart, PC Hammond, TN Kaye, K Kuykendall, A Liston, ...
Natural Areas Journal 23 (1), 72-83, 2003
622003
Geographic mosaics of phenology, host preference, adult size and microhabitat choice predict butterfly resilience to climate warming
NL Bennett, PM Severns, C Parmesan, MC Singer
Oikos 124 (1), 41-53, 2015
522015
Exotic grass invasion impacts fitness of an endangered prairie butterfly, Icaricia icarioides fenderi
PM Severns
Journal of Insect Conservation 12 (6), 651-661, 2008
522008
Conserving a wetland butterfly: quantifying early lifestage survival through seasonal flooding, adult nectar, and habitat preference
PM Severns, L Boldt, S Villegas
Journal of Insect Conservation 10 (4), 361-370, 2006
422006
Propagation of a Long‐Lived and Threatened Prairie Plant, Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii
PM Severns
Restoration Ecology 11 (3), 334-342, 2003
382003
Habitat restoration facilitates an ecological trap for a locally rare, wetland‐restricted butterfly
PM Severns
Insect Conservation and Diversity 4 (3), 184-191, 2011
352011
Intraspecific chromosome number variation: a neglected threat to the conservation of rare plants
PM Severns, A Liston
Conservation Biology 22 (6), 1641-1647, 2008
312008
Response of a terrestrial mollusc community to an autumn prescribed burn in a rare wetland prairie of western Oregon, USA
PM Severns
Journal of Molluscan Studies 71 (2), 181-187, 2005
292005
Losing a battle but winning the war: moving past preference–performance to understand native herbivore–novel host plant interactions
LM Brown, GA Breed, PM Severns, EE Crone
Oecologia 183 (2), 441-453, 2017
282017
Apparent power-law distributions in animal movements can arise from intraspecific interactions
GA Breed, PM Severns, AM Edwards
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (103), 20140927, 2015
282015
Degree of host susceptibility in the initial disease outbreak influences subsequent epidemic spread
PM Severns, LK Estep, KE Sackett, CC Mundt
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1622-1630, 2014
202014
Behavioral consequences of exotic host plant adoption and the differing roles of male harassment on female movement in two checkerspot butterflies
PM Severns, GA Breed
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (5), 805-814, 2014
202014
Habitat fragmentation, genetic diversity, and inbreeding depression in a threatened grassland legume: is genetic rescue necessary?
PM Severns, A Liston, MV Wilson
Conservation Genetics 12 (4), 881-893, 2011
202011
Evaluating functional connectivity with matrix behavior uncertainty for an endangered butterfly
PM Severns, EJB McIntire, CB Schultz
Landscape Ecology 28, 559-569, 2013
192013
Management tradeoffs between focal species and biodiversity: endemic plant conservation and solitary bee extinction
PM Severns, AR Moldenke
Biodiversity and conservation 19 (12), 3605-3609, 2010
182010
EVIDENCE FOR THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF BT {BACILLUS THURINCIENSIS VAR. KURSTAKI) ON A NON-TARGET BUTTERFLY COMMUNITY IN WESTERN OREGON, USA
P Severns
JOURNAL-LEPIDOPTERISTS SOCIETY 56 (3), 166-170, 2002
172002
Consequences of long-distance dispersal for epidemic spread: Patterns, scaling, and mitigation
PM Severns, KE Sackett, DH Farber, CC Mundt
Plant disease 103 (2), 177-191, 2019
162019
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