Nicholas A. Pardikes
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The global distribution of diet breadth in insect herbivores
ML Forister, V Novotny, AK Panorska, L Baje, Y Basset, PT Butterill, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (2), 442-447, 2015
Modern approaches to study plant–insect interactions in chemical ecology
LA Dyer, CS Philbin, KM Ochsenrider, LA Richards, TJ Massad, ...
Nature Reviews Chemistry 2 (6), 50-64, 2018
Global weather and local butterflies: variable responses to a large‐scale climate pattern along an elevational gradient
NA Pardikes, AM Shapiro, LA Dyer, ML Forister
Ecology 96 (11), 2891-2901, 2015
LepNet: The Lepidoptera of North America Network
KC Seltmann, NS Cobb, LF Gall, CR Bartlett, MA Basham, I Betancourt, ...
Zootaxa 4247 (1), 73–77-73–77, 2017
DROP: Molecular voucher database for identification of Drosophila parasitoids
CH Lue, ML Buffington, S Scheffer, M Lewis, TA Elliott, ARI Lindsey, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 21 (7), 2437-2454, 2021
Novel insights into tritrophic interaction diversity and chemical ecology using 16 years of volunteer-supported research.
LA Dyer, DL Wagner, HF Greeney, AM Smilanich, TJ Massad, ...
American Entomologist 58 (1), 15-19, 2012
Simulated tri-trophic networks reveal complex relationships between species diversity and interaction diversity
NA Pardikes, W Lumpkin, PJ Hurtado, LA Dyer
Plos one 13 (3), e0193822, 2018
Synchronous population dynamics in California butterflies explained by climatic forcing
NA Pardikes, JG Harrison, AM Shapiro, ML Forister
Royal Society open science 4 (7), 170190, 2017
Experimental warming influences species abundances in a Drosophila host community through direct effects on species performance rather than altered …
M Thierry, NA Pardikes, CH Lue, OT Lewis, J Hrček
PLoS One 16 (2), e0245029, 2021
Chemical cues and genetic divergence in insects on plants: conceptual cross pollination between mutualistic and antagonistic systems
ST Segar, M Volf, M Sisol, NA Pardikes, D Souto-Vilarós
Current opinion in insect science 32, 83-90, 2019
Effects of phenological mismatch under warming are modified by community context
NA Pardikes, TA Revilla, CH Lue, M Thierry, D Souto‐Vilarós, J Hrcek
Global Change Biology 28 (13), 4013-4026, 2022
More winners than losers over 12 years of monitoring tiger moths (Erebidae: Arctiinae) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama
GPA Lamarre, NA Pardikes, S Segar, CN Hackforth, M Laguerre, ...
Biology Letters 18 (4), 20210519, 2022
The presence of multiple parasitoids decreases host survival under warming, but parasitoid performance also decreases
M Thierry, NA Pardikes, B Rosenbaum, MG Ximénez-Embún, J Hrček
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1971), 20220121, 2022
Community context modifies response of host-parasitoid interactions to phenological mismatch under warming
N Pardikes, T Revilla, CH Lue, M Thierry, D Souto-Villaros, J Hrcek
Authorea Preprints, 2021
Preference and performance of Lepidoptera varies with tree age in juniper woodlands
NA Pardikes, ML Forister, LA Dyer
Ecological Entomology 44 (1), 140-150, 2019
Multiple parasitoid species enhance top‐down control, but parasitoid performance is context dependent
M Thierry, NA Pardikes, MG Ximénez‐Embún, G Proudhom, J Hrček
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (9), 1929-1939, 2022
Global Change and trophic interaction diversity: complex local and regional processes
NA Pardikes
University of Nevada, Reno, 2017
Preference and performance of Lepidoptera varies with tree age in juniper woodlands: Preference and performance of Juniper Lepidoptera
NA Pardikes, ML Forister, LA Dyer
Ecological Entomology, 2018
The determinants of interaction and species diversity in expanding juniper woodlands
NA Pardikes
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
Warming decreases the niche breadth of Drosophila parasitoids – Results from experiments on a host-parasitoid community
CH Lue, N Pardikes, M Thierry, PPA Staniczenko, J Hrcek
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
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