LaCava, M.E.F., Edwards, W.H., Johnson, L.N.L., Malmberg, J.L., Allen, S., Ernest, H.B. (2021). Spatiotemporal analyses reveal infectious disease-driven selection in a free-ranging ungulate. Royal Society Open Science.

Eyer, PA., Blumenfeld, A.J., Johnson, L.N.L., Perdereau, E., Shults, P., Wang, S., Dedeine, F., Dupont, S., Bagnères, AG., Vargo, E.L. 2021. Extensive human-mediated jump dispersal within and across the native and introduced ranges of the invasive termite Reticulitermes flavipes. Molecular Ecology.

Blumenfeld, A.J., Eyer, P., Husseneder, C., Mo, J., Johnson, L.N.L., Wang, S., Wang, C., Grace, J.K., Chouvenc, T., Scheffran, R.H., and Vargo, E.L., 2021. Bridgehead effect and multiple introductions shape the global invasion history of Coptotermes formosanus. Communications Biology, 4:196.

Thorne, B.L., Vargo, E.L., Adams, E.S., and Johnson, L.N.L. 2019. Genetic analysis of invasive conehead termites, Nasutitermes corniger (Blattodea: Termitidae), reveals a single origin for two populations in Florida. Journal of Economic Entomology, 112:6.

Eyer, P., McDowell, B.A., Johnson, L.N.L., Calcaterra, L.A., Belen-Fernandez, M.B., Shoemaker, D., Puckett, P.T., Vargo, E.L. 2018. Supercolonial structure of invasive populations of the tawny crazy ant Nylanderia fulva in the US. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 18(209).

Johnson, L.N.L., McLeod, B.A., Burns, L.E., Arseneault, K., Frasier, T.R., Broders, H.G. 2015. Population genetic structure within and among seasonal site types in the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) and the Northern long-eared bat (M. septentrionalis). Plos One. 10(7): e0133457.

Sergers, J.L., Irwin, A.E., Farrow, L.J., Johnson, L.N.L., Broders, H.G. 2013. First records of Lasiurus cinereus and L. borealis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Northeastern Naturalist Notes. 20: 14-15.

Germain, R., Johnson, L., Schneider, S., Cottenie, K., Gilis, L., MacDougall, A.S. 2013. Spatial variability in plant predation determines the strength of stochastic community assembly. American Naturalist. 182: 169-179.

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