Elsa Youngsteadt
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Physiological thermal limits predict differential responses of bees to urban heat-island effects
AL Hamblin, E Youngsteadt, MM López-Uribe, SD Frank
Biology Letters 13 (6), 20170125, 2017
Do cities simulate climate change? A comparison of herbivore response to urban and global warming
E Youngsteadt, AG Dale, AJ Terando, RR Dunn, SD Frank
Global change biology 21 (1), 97-105, 2015
Wild bee abundance declines with urban warming, regardless of floral density
AL Hamblin, E Youngsteadt, SD Frank
Urban Ecosystems 21, 419-428, 2018
Urban stress is associated with variation in microbial species composition—but not richness—in Manhattan
AT Reese, A Savage, E Youngsteadt, KL McGuire, A Koling, O Watkins, ...
The ISME journal 10 (3), 751-760, 2016
Seed odor mediates an obligate ant–plant mutualism in Amazonian rainforests
E Youngsteadt, S Nojima, C Häberlein, S Schulz, C Schal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (12), 4571-4575, 2008
Urbanization increases pathogen pressure on feral and managed honey bees
E Youngsteadt, RH Appler, MM López-Uribe, DR Tarpy, SD Frank
PLoS One 10 (11), e0142031, 2015
Urban warming reduces aboveground carbon storage
E Meineke, E Youngsteadt, RR Dunn, SD Frank
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1840), 2016
Habitat and species identity, not diversity, predict the extent of refuse consumption by urban arthropods
E Youngsteadt, RC Henderson, AM Savage, AF Ernst, RR Dunn, ...
Global change biology 21 (3), 1103-1115, 2015
Responses of arthropod populations to warming depend on latitude: evidence from urban heat islands
E Youngsteadt, AF Ernst, RR Dunn, SD Frank
Global change biology 23 (4), 1436-1447, 2017
Ad hoc instrumentation methods in ecological studies produce highly biased temperature measurements
AJ Terando, E Youngsteadt, EK Meineke, SG Prado
Ecology and evolution 7 (23), 9890-9904, 2017
Fine‐scale heterogeneity across Manhattan's urban habitat mosaic is associated with variation in ant composition and richness
AM Savage, B Hackett, B Guénard, EK Youngsteadt, RR Dunn
Insect Conservation and Diversity 8 (3), 216-228, 2015
Forecasting the effects of heat and pests on urban trees: impervious surface thresholds and the “pace-to-plant” technique
AG Dale, E Youngsteadt, SD Frank
Arboric. Urban For 42, 181-191, 2016
Species-specific seed dispersal in an obligate ant-plant mutualism
E Youngsteadt, JA Baca, J Osborne, C Schal
PloS one 4 (2), e4335, 2009
Higher immunocompetence is associated with higher genetic diversity in feral honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera)
MM López-Uribe, RH Appler, E Youngsteadt, RR Dunn, SD Frank, ...
Conservation Genetics 18, 659-666, 2017
The impact of prescribed burning on native bee communities (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) in longleaf pine savannas in the North Carolina sandhills
H Moylett, E Youngsteadt, C Sorenson
Environmental Entomology 49 (1), 211-219, 2020
Venus flytrap rarely traps its pollinators
E Youngsteadt, RE Irwin, A Fowler, MA Bertone, SJ Giacomini, M Kunz, ...
The American Naturalist 191 (4), 539-546, 2018
The Effects of Ants on the Entomophagous Butterfly Caterpillar Feniseca tarquinius, and the Putative Role of Chemical Camouflage in the Feniseca–Ant Interaction
E Youngsteadt, PJ Devries
Journal of chemical ecology 31, 2091-2109, 2005
Divergent chemical cues elicit seed collecting by ants in an obligate multi-species mutualism in lowland Amazonia
E Youngsteadt, P Guerra Bustios, C Schal
PloS one 5 (12), e15822, 2010
Ecology in the sixth mass extinction: detecting and understanding rare biotic interactions
E Youngsteadt, MM López-Uribe, CE Sorenson
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 112 (3), 119-121, 2019
Estimating bee abundance: can mark-recapture methods validate common sampling protocols?
EL Briggs, C Baranski, O MÜNZER SCHAETZ, G Garrison, JA Collazo, ...
Apidologie 53 (1), 10, 2022
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