Ludka, J, KE LeVan and DA Holway. In press. Infiltration of a facultative ant-plant mutualism by the introduced Argentine ant: effects on mutualist diversity and mutualism benefits. Ecological Entomology.

LeVan, KE and DA Holway. 2015. Ant-aphid interactions increase ant floral visitation and reduce plant reproduction via decreased pollinator visitation. Ecology.

Hanna, C, I Naughton, C Boser, R Alarcón, KLJ Hung and DA Holway. In press. Floral visitation by the Argentine ant reduces bee visitation and plant seed set. Ecology.

LeVan, KE, KJ Hung, KR McCann, J Ludka and DA Holway. (2014) Floral visitation by the Argentine ant reduces pollinator visitation and seed set in the coast barrel cactus, Ferocactus viridescens. Oecologia.174: 163–171.

HJS Yoo, MC Kizner, and DA Holway. (2013) Ecological effects of multi-species, ant–hemipteran mutualisms in citrus. Ecological Entomology.38(5): 505-514.

Wilder, SM, TR Barnum, DA Holway, AV Suarez, and MD Eubanks. (2013) Introduced fire ants can exclude native ants from critical mutualist-provided resources. Oecologia, 172(1): 197-205.

Wilder, SM, DA Holway, AV Suarez, EG LeBrun, and MD Eubanks. (2011) Intercontinental differences in resource use reveal the importance of mutualisms in fire ant invasions. PNAS, 108(51): 20639-20644.

Yoo, HJS and DA Holway. (2011) Context-dependence in an ant-aphid mutualism: direct effects of tending intensity on aphid performance. Ecological Entomology, 36(4):450-458.

Lebrun, EG, M Moffett, and DA Holway. (2011) Convergent evolution of levee building behavior among distantly related ant species in a floodplain ant assemblage. Insectes Sociaux, 58(2): 263-269.

Wilder, SM, DA Holway, AV Suarez and MD Eubanks. (2011) Macronutrient content of plant-based food affects growth of a carnivorous arthropod. Ecology, 92(2):325-332.

Wilson, EE and DA Holway. (2010) Multiple mechanisms underlie displacement of solitary Hawaiian Hymenoptera by an invasive social wasp. Ecology, 91(11):3294-3302.

Wilson, EE, CS Sidhu, KE LeVan and DA Holway. (2010) Pollen foraging behaviour of solitary Hawaiian bees revealed through molecular pollen analysis. Molecular Ecology. 19(21): 4823-4829.

Wilson, EE, CV Young and DA Holway. (2010) Predation or scavenging? Thoracic muscle pH and rates of water loss reveal cause of death in arthropods. Journal of Experimental Biology.213(15):2640-2646.

Kay, AD, Z Taylor, JL Heinen, TG Marsh and DA Holway. (2010) Nutrition and interference competition have interactive effects on the behavior and performance of Argentine ants. Ecology. 91(1), 57-64.

Menke, SB, AV Suarez, CV Tillberg, CT Chou and DA Holway. (2010) Trophic ecology of the invasive argentine ant: spatio-temporal variation in resource assimilation and isotopic enrichment. Oecologia. 164:763-773.

Krushelnycky, PD, DA Holway and EG LeBrun. (2010) Invasion processes and causes of success. In: Ant Ecology, L. Lach, C. Parr & K. Abbott (eds), Oxford University Press.

Wolkovich, EM, DT Bolger and DA Holway. (2009) Complex responses to invasive grass litter by ground arthropods in a mediterranean scrub ecosystem. Oecologia, 161(4), 697-708.

Wilson, EE, LM Mullen and DA Holway. (2009) Life history plasticity magnifies the ecological effects of a social wasp invasion. PNAS, 106(31), 12809-12813.

Menke, SB, DA Holway, RN Fisher and W Jetz. (2009) Characterizing and predicting species distributions across environments and scales: Argentine ant occurrences in the eye of the beholder. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 18(1), 50-63.

Eckles, MA, EE Wilson, DA Holway and JC Nieh. (2008) Yellowjackets (vespula pensylvanica) thermoregulate in response to changes in protein concentration. Naturwissenschaften, 95(9), 787-792.

Suarez, AV, DA Holway and ND Tsutsui. (2008) Genetics and behavior of a colonizing species: The invasive argentine ant. American Naturalist, 172, S72-S84.

Glenn, S and D Holway. (2008) Consumption of introduced prey by native predators: Argentine ants and pit-building ant lions. Biological Invasions, 10(3), 273-280.

*Grover, CD, KC Dayton, SB Menke and DA Holway. (2008) Effects of aphids on foliar foraging by argentine ants and the resulting effects on other arthropods. Ecological Entomology, 33(1), 101-106.

Tillberg, CV, DA Holway, EG Lebrun and AV Suarez. (2007) Trophic ecology of invasive argentine ants in their native and introduced ranges. PNAS, 104(52), 20856-20861.

*Grover, CD, AD Kay, JA Monson, TC Marsh and DA Holway. (2007) Linking nutrition and behavioural dominance: Carbohydrate scarcity limits aggression and activity in argentine ants. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274(1628), 2951-2957.

*Menke, SB, RN Fisher, W Jetz and DA Holway. (2007) Biotic and abiotic controls of argentine ant invasion success at local and landscape scales. Ecology, 88(12), 3164-3173.

Thomas, ML, CM Payne-Makrisâ, AV Suarez, ND Tsutsui and DA Holway. (2007) Contact between supercolonies elevates aggression in argentine ants. Insectes Sociaux, 54(3), 225-233.

*Schilman, PE, JRB Lighton and DA Holway. (2007) Water balance in the argentine ant (linepithema humile) compared with five common native ant species from southern california. Physiological Entomology, 32(1), 1-7.

*LeBrun, EG, CV Tillberg, AV Suarez, PJ Folgarait, CR Smith and DA Holway. (2007) An experimental study of competition between fire ants and argentine ants in their native range. Ecology, 88(1), 63-75.

*Wilson, EE, D Holway and JC Nieh. (2006) Cold anaesthesia decreases foraging recruitment in the new world bumblebee, bombus occidentalis. Journal of Apicultural Research, 45(4), 169-172.

*Thomas, ML, CM Payne-Makrisa^, AV Suarez, ND Tsutsui and DA Holway. (2006) When supercolonies collide: Territorial aggression in an invasive and unicolonial social insect. Molecular Ecology, 15(14), 4303-4315.

Zee, J and D Holway. (2006) Nest raiding by the invasive argentine ant on colonies of the harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex subnitidus. Insectes Sociaux, 53(2), 161-167.

*Menke, SB and DA Holway. (2006) Abiotic factors control invasion by argentine ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology, 75(2), 368-376.

Holway, DA and AV Suarez. (2005) Homogenization of ant communities in mediterranean California: The effects of urbanization and invasion. Biological Conservation, 127(3), 319-326.

Schilman, PE, JRB Lighton, and DA Holway. (2005) Respiratory and cuticular water loss in insects with continuous gas exchange: Comparison across five ant species. Journal of Insect Physiology, 51(12), 1295-1305.

Suarez, AV, DA Holway, and PS Ward. (2005) The role of opportunity in the unintentional introduction of nonnative ants. PNAS, 102(47), 17032-17035.

Thomas, ML, A Dixson, V Coggins and DA Holway. (2005) Food availability and brood number do not influence intraspecific aggression in argentine ants. Insectes Sociaux, 52(2), 108-113.

*Thomas, ML and DA Holway. (2005) Condition-specific competition between invasive argentine ants and australian Iridomyrmex. Journal of Animal Ecology, 74(3), 532-542.

Thomas, ML, ND Tsutsui, and DA Holway. (2005) Intraspecific competition influences the symmetry and intensity of aggression in the argentine ant. Behavioral Ecology, 16(2), 472-481.

Holway, DA. (2005) Edge effects of an invasive species across a natural ecological boundary. Biological Conservation, 121(4), 561-567.

Lighton, JRB, PE Schuman, and DA Holway. (2004) The hyperoxic switch: Assessing respiratory water loss rates in tracheate arthropods with continuous gas exchange. Journal of Experimental Biology, 207(25), 4463-4471.

Caldera, EJ and DA Holway. (2004) Evidence that queens do not influence nestmate recognition in argentine ants. Insectes Sociaux, 51(2), 109-112.

Holway, DA and AV Suarez. (2004) Colony-structure variation and interspecific competitive ability in the invasive argentine ant. Oecologia, 138(2), 216-222.

*Carney, SE, M Brooke-Byerley, and DA Holway. (2003) Invasive argentine ants (linepithema humile) do not replace native ants as seed dispersers of dendromecon rigida (papaveraceae) in california, USA. Oecologia, 135(4), 576-582.

Suarez, AV, DA Holway, D Liang, ND Tsutsui, and TJ Case. (2002) Spatiotemporal patterns of intraspecific aggression in the invasive argentine ant. Animal Behaviour, 64(5), 697-708.

*Holway, DA, L Lach, AV Suarez, ND Tsutsui, and TJ Case. (2002) The causes and consequences of ant invasions. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 33, 181-233.

*Holway, DA, AV Suarez, and TJ Case. (2002) Role of abiotic factors in governing susceptibility to invasion: A test with argentine ants. Ecology, 83(6), 1610-1619.

*Tsutsui, ND, AV Suarez, DA Holway, and TJ Case. (2001) Relationships among native and introduced populations of the argentine ant (linepithema humile) and the source of introduced populations. Molecular Ecology, 10(9), 2151-2161.

Holway, DA and TJ Case. (2001) Effects of colony-level variation on competitive ability in the invasive argentine ant. Animal Behaviour, 61(6), 1181-1192.

Suarez, AV, DA Holway, and TJ Case. (2001) Patterns of spread in biological invasions dominated by long-distance jump dispersal: Insights from argentine ants. PNAS, 98(3), 1095-1100.

Holway, DA and TJ Case. (2000) Mechanisms of dispersed central-place foraging in polydomous colonies of the argentine ant. Animal Behaviour, 59(2), 433-441.

Tsutsui, ND, AV Suarez, DA Holway, and TJ Case. (2000) Reduced genetic variation and the success of an invasive species. PNAS, 97(11), 5948-5953.

*Hee, JJ, DA Holway, AV Suarez, and TJ Case. (2000) Role of propagule size in the success of incipient colonies of the invasive argentine ant. Conservation Biology, 14(2), 559-563.

Suarez, AV, ND Tsutsui, DA Holway, and TJ Case. (1999) Behavioral and genetic differentiation between native and introduced populations of the argentine ant. Biological Invasions, 1(1), 43-53.

Holway, DA and AV Suarez. (1999) Animal behavior: An essential component of invasion biology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 14(8), 328-330.

Holway, DA. (1999) Competitive mechanisms underlying the displacement of native ants by the invasive argentine ant. Ecology, 80(1), 238-251.

Holway, DA, AV Suarez, and TJ Case. (1998) Loss of intraspecific aggression in the success of a widespread invasive social insect. Science, 282(5390), 949-952.

Holway, DA. (1998) Effect of argentine ant invasions on ground-dwelling arthropods in northern california riparian woodlands. Oecologia, 116(1-2), 252-258.

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