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Lee Dyer
Professor of Biology, University of Nevada Reno
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Host specificity of Lepidoptera in tropical and temperate forests
LA Dyer, MS Singer, JT Lill, JO Stireman, GL Gentry, RJ Marquis, ...
Nature 448 (7154), 696-699, 2007
5702007
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
5642015
Climatic unpredictability and parasitism of caterpillars: implications of global warming
JO Stireman III, LA Dyer, DH Janzen, MS Singer, JT Lill, RJ Marquis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (48), 17384-17387, 2005
4272005
Revisiting the evolution of ecological specialization, with emphasis on insect–plant interactions
ML Forister, LA Dyer, MS Singer, JO Stireman III, JT Lill
Ecology 93 (5), 981-991, 2012
3112012
Phytochemical diversity drives plant–insect community diversity
LA Richards, LA Dyer, ML Forister, AM Smilanich, CD Dodson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (35), 10973-10978, 2015
2872015
Tasty generalists and nasty specialists? Antipredator mechanisms in tropical lepidopteran larvae
LA Dyer
Ecology 76 (5), 1483-1496, 1995
2731995
On the conditional nature of neotropical caterpillar defenses against their natural enemies
GL Gentry, LA Dyer
Ecology 83 (11), 3108-3119, 2002
2442002
International scientists formulate a roadmap for insect conservation and recovery
JA Harvey, R Heinen, I Armbrecht, Y Basset, JH Baxter-Gilbert, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (2), 174-176, 2020
2272020
Immunological cost of chemical defence and the evolution of herbivore diet breadth
AM Smilanich, LA Dyer, JQ Chambers, MD Bowers
Ecology Letters 12 (7), 612-621, 2009
2052009
Feeding by lepidopteran larvae is dangerous: a review of caterpillars’ chemical, physiological, morphological, and behavioral defenses against natural enemies
HF Greeney, LA Dyer, AM Smilanich
Invertebrate Survival Journal 9 (1), 7-34, 2012
1852012
Top‐down and bottom‐up diversity cascades in detrital vs. living food webs
LA Dyer, D Letourneau
Ecology Letters 6 (1), 60-68, 2003
1822003
Synergistic Effects of Three Piper Amides on Generalist and Specialist Herbivores
LA Dyer, CD Dodson, JO Stireman, MA Tobler, AM Smilanich, RM Fincher, ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology 29, 2499-2514, 2003
1712003
Piper: a model genus for studies of phytochemistry, ecology, and evolution
LA Dyer, ADN Palmer
Kluwer academic/Plenum publishers, 2004
1682004
A window to the world of global insect declines: Moth biodiversity trends are complex and heterogeneous
DL Wagner, R Fox, DM Salcido, LA Dyer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (2), e2002549117, 2021
1602021
Costs of defense and a test of the carbon-nutrient balance and growth-differentiation balance hypotheses for two co-occurring classes of plant defense
TJ Massad, LA Dyer, G Vega C
PloS one 7 (10), e47554, 2012
1562012
Experimental test in lowland tropical forest shows top‐down effects through four trophic levels
DK Letourneau, LA Dyer
Ecology 79 (5), 1678-1687, 1998
1511998
Effects of Habitat, Temperature, and Sugar Availability on Longevity of Eriborus terebrans (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)
LE Dyer, DA Landis
Environmental Entomology 25 (5), 1192-1201, 1996
1511996
Scientists' warning on climate change and insects
JA Harvey, K Tougeron, R Gols, R Heinen, M Abarca, PK Abram, Y Basset, ...
Ecological monographs 93 (1), e1553, 2023
1412023
The insect immune response and other putative defenses as effective predictors of parasitism
AM Smilanich, LA Dyer, GL Gentry
Ecology 90 (6), 1434-1440, 2009
1362009
Relative strengths of top-down and bottom-up forces in a tropical forest community
LA Dyer, DK Letourneau
Oecologia 119, 265-274, 1999
1291999
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