Stireman Publications

Cerretti, P., O’Hara, J.E., Wood, D.M., Shima, H., Inclan, D.J., & Stireman, J.O. III. 2014. Signal through the noise? Phylogeny of the Tachinidae (Diptera) as inferred from morphological evidence. Systematic Entomology 39:335-353.

Heath, J.J., Kessler, A., Woebbe, E., Cipollini, D.F., & Stireman, J. O. III. 2014. Exploring plant defense theory in tall goldenrod, Solidago altissima New Phytologist. 202:1357-1370.

Cobbs, C.C., Heath, J.J., Stireman, J.O. III, Abbot, P. 2013. Carotenoids in unexpected places: gall midges, lateral gene transfer, and carotenoid biosynthesis in animals. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 68:221-228.

Heath, J.J., Cipollini, D.F., & Stireman, J.O. III. 2013. The role of carotenoids in mediating interactions between insects and their environment. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 7:1-20.Heathetal2013b

Inclan, D.J. & Stireman, J.O. III. 2013. Revision of the genus Erythromelana Townsend, 1918 (Diptera: Tachinidae) with description of 11 new species and analysis of their phylogeny and diversification. Zootaxa. 3621:1-82.

 Heath, J.J., Wells, B.L., Cipollini, D.F., & Stireman, J.O. III. 2013. Carnivores and carotenoids are associated with adaptive behavioural divergence in a radiation of gall midges. Ecological Entomology. 38:11-22. Heathetal2013a

Letourneau, D.K., Bothwell Allen, S.G., & Stireman, J. O. III. 2012. Perennial habitat fragments, parasitoid diversity and parasitism in ephemeral crops. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:1405-1416. LetBothStire2012

Stireman, J.O. III, Cerretti, P., Whitmore, D., Hardersen, S. and Gianelle, D. 2012. Composition and stratification of a tachinid (Diptera: Tachinidae) parasitoid community in a European temperate plain forest. Insect Conservation and Diversity 5:346-357. Stiremanetal2012ICD

Stireman, J. O. III, Devlin, H., & Abbot, P. 2012. Rampant host and defensive phenotype associated diversification in a goldenrod gall midge. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25:1991-2004. Stiremanetal.2012JEB

Salvato, M.H., Salvato, H.L. and Stireman, J.O. III. 2012. Chetogena scutellaris (Diptera: Tachinidae) an endoparasite of larval Strymon acis bartrami (lycaenidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 66:113-114 (General Notes) Salvatoetal2012

Forister, M.L., Dyer, L.A., Singer, M.S., Stireman, J.O. and Lill, J.T. 2012. Revisiting the evolution of ecological specialization, with emphasis on insect-plant interactions. Ecology 93:981-991. Foristeretal2012Ecology

Greeney, H.F., Whitfield, J., Stireman, J.O. III, Penz, C.M. and Dyer, L.A. 2011. The natural history of Eryphanis greeneyi (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) with a description of a new species of braconid parasitoid and comments on an associated species of tachinid. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 104:1078-1090.Greeney et al. 2011.

Inclan, D.J. and Stireman, J.O. III. 2011. A point estimation of Tachinidae diversity and temporal patterns of abundance in Southwestern Ohio. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104:287-296. Inclan&Stireman2011

Dyer, L.A., Walla, T.R., Greeney, H.F., Stireman, J.O. III, Hazen, R.F. 2010. Diversity of Interactions: A Metric for Studies of Biodiversity. Biotropica 42: 281-289. dyeretal2010c

Heath, J.J.and Stireman, J.O. III. 2010. Dissecting the association between a gall midge, Asteromyia carbonifera (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) and its symbiotic fungus, Botryosphaeria dothidea (Ascomycota: Dothideomycetes). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 137: 36-49. Heath&Stireman2010

Janson, E.M., Peeden, E.R., Stireman, J.O. III and Abbot, P. 2010. Symbiont-mediated phenotypic variation without symbiont-host co-evolution in an insect-fungus association. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 2212-2228.Janson_et_al._JEB

Stireman, J.O. III, Devlin, H.P., Carr, T.G., Abbot, P. 2010. Evolutionary diversification of the gall midge genus Asteromyia (Cecidomyiidae) in a multitrophic ecological context. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54:194-210. Stiremanetal10MPE

Stireman, J.O. III, Dyer, L.A., Greeney, H.F. 2009. Species richness and host associations of Lepidoptera-attacking Tachinidae in the mid-elevation Ecuadorian Andes. Journal of Insect Science 9:39.

Greeney, H.F., Devries, P.J., Penz, C.M., Granizo-T., R.B., Connahs, H., Stireman, J.O. III, Walla, T.R., and Dyer, L.A. 2009. The immature stages and natural history of Antirrhea adoptiva porphyrosticta (Watkins, 1928) in eastern Ecuador (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Morphinae). Journal of Insect Science. 9:30.

Stireman, J.O. III, Abbot, P., Janson E.M., Carr, T.G., Devlin, H. 2008. Evolutionary radiation of Asteromyia carbonifera (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) gall morphotypes on the goldenrod Solidago altissima (Asteraceae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 95:840-858. Stiremanetal2008Asteromyia

Janson, E.M., Stireman, J.O., III, Singer, M.S., and Abbot, P. 2008. Perspective: Phytophagous insect-microbe mutualisms and adaptive evolutionary diversification. Evolution 62:997-1012. Jansonetal08

Stireman, J. O. III. 2008. alpha and beta diversity of a tachinid community over space and time. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 101:362-370. stireman08

Halverson, K., Heard, S.B., Nason, J.D.,and J.O. Stireman, III. 2008. Differential attack on diploid, tetraploid, and hexaploid Solidago altissima L. by five insect gallmakers   Oecologia 154:755-761.Halversonetal.2008a

Halverson, K., Heard, S.B., Nason, J.D.,and J.O. Stireman, III. 2008. Origins, distribution, and local co-occurrence of polyploid cytotypes in Solidago altissima (Asteraceae) American Journal of Botany 95:50-58. halversonetal2008b

Dyer, L.A., Singer, M.S., Lill, J.T., Stireman, J.O., Gentry G.L., Marquis, R.J., Ricklefs,  R.E.,  Greeney, H.F., Wagner, D.L., Morais, H.C.,  Diniz, I.R.,  Kursar, T.A.,  & Coley, P.D. 2007. Host specificity of Lepidoptera in tropical and temperate forests. Nature 448:606-700. Dyeretal2007

Heard, S.B.,Stireman, J.O. III, Nason, J.D., Cox, G.H., Kolacz, C.R. and J.M. Brown. 2006. On the elusiveness of enemy-free space: Spatial, temporal, and host-plant-related variation in parasitoid attack rates. Oecologia 150:421-424. Heardetal2006

Stireman, J.O. III, Nason, J. D., Heard, S., and Seehawer, J.M. 2006. Cascading host-associated genetic differentiation in parasitoids of phytophagous insects. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 273:523-530. Stiremanetal2006PRSB

Stireman, J.O. III, O’Hara, J.E., and Wood, D.M. 2006. Behavior, ecology and evolution of tachinid parasitoids. Annual Review of Entomology 51:525-555.StiremanetalARE2006

Stireman, J.O. III, Nason, J. D. and Heard, S. 2005.Host-associated genetic differentiation in phytophagous insects: General phenomenon or isolated exceptions? evidence from a goldenrod-insect community Evolution 59:2573-2587. Stiremanetal2005Evolution

Stireman, J.O. III, L.A. Dyer, D.H. Janzen, M.S. Singer, J.T. Lill, R.J. Marquis, R.E. Ricklefs, G.L. Gentry, W. Hallwachs, P.D. Coley, J.A. Barone, H.F. Greeney, H. Connahs, P. Barbosa, H.C. Morais, and I.R. Diniz. 2005. Climatic unpredictability and caterpillar parasitism: implications of global warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102:17384-17387. Stiremanetal2005PNAS

Singer, M.S. and Stireman, J.O. III. 2005.The tri-trophic niche concept and adaptive radiation of phyophagous insects Ecology Letters 8:1247-1255. Singer&StiremanEcol Lett2005

Stireman, J.O. III. 2005. The evolution of generalization? Host range in parasitoid flies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 18: 325-336. Stireman2005JEB

Stireman, J.O. III, Dyer, L.A. and Matlock, R.B. 2005. Top-down forces in managed and unmanaged habitats. In: Barbosa, P. and Castellanos, I. (eds.), Ecology of Predator-Prey Interactions. Oxford University Press.

Singer, M.S., Rodrigues, D., Stireman, J.O. III, Carriere, Y. 2004. Roles of food-quality and enemy free space in host use by a generalist insect herbivore. Ecology 85:2747-2753. Singeretal.2004Ecology

Dyer, L.A, Letourneau, D.K., Tobler, M. Dodson, C.D., Stireman, J.O. III, and Hsu, A. 2004. Ecological causes and consequences of variation in defensive chemistry of a neotropical shrub. Ecology 85: 2795-2803. Dyeretal04Ecology

Dyer, L.A., Dodson, C.D., Stireman, J.O. III, Tobler, M.A., Smilanich, A.M. and Fincher, R.M.  2003. Synergistic effects of three Piper amides on generalist and specialist herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29:2499-2514. DyeretalJChemEcol2003

Stireman, J.O. III and Singer, M.S. 2003. What determines host range in parasitoids? An analysis of a tachinid parasitoid community. Oecologia 135:629-638. StiremanSingerOeco2003

Dyer, L.A. and Stireman, J.O. III.  2003. Community-wide trophic cascades and other indirect interactions in an agricultural community. Basic and Applied Ecology. 4:423-432. Dyer&Stireman2003BasicApplEcol

Singer, M.S. and Stireman, J.O. III. 2003. Does anti-parasitoid defense influence host-plant selection by a generalist caterpillar? Oikos 100:554-562.Singer&Stireman2003Oikos

Stireman, J.O. III and Singer, M.S. 2003. Determinants of parasitoid-host associations: Insights from a natural tachinid-lepidopteran community. Ecology 84:296-310.StiremanSinger2003Ecology

Stireman, J.O. III. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships of tachinid flies in subfamily Exoristinae (Tachinidae: Diptera) based on 28S rDNA and Elongation Factor 1alpha. Systematic Entomology 27:409-435. stireman2002Sysent

Stireman, J.O. III and Singer, M.S. 2002.  Spatial and temporal heterogeneity in the parasitoid assemblage of an exophytic polyphagous caterpillar. Ecological Entomology 27: 588-600. StireSingEcolEnt2002

Stireman, J.O. III. 2002. Learning in the generalist tachinid parasitoid Exorista mella (Diptera: Tachinidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 15: 715-732. main paper Stireman2002JOIR and corrected figure 2 Fig2

Stireman, J.O. III. 2002. Host location and acceptance in a polyphagous tachinid parasitoid. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 103: 23-34.StiremanEntexpAppl2002

Greeney, H.F., and Stireman, J.O. III 2002. Emergence of parasitic flies from adult Actinote diceus (Nymphalidae: Acraeinae) in Ecuador. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 55: 79-80. Greeney&Stireman2001

Singer, M.S., and Stireman, J.O. III. 2001. How foraging tactics determine host-plant use by a polyphagous caterpillar. Oecologia 129: 98-105.

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