Messick, R. and Davis, S.. 2021. “Global Importance of Imperiled Old-growth Forests With an Emphasis on the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains” Imperiled: The Encyclopedia of Conservation.
Cipollini, D., Davis, S., Lieurance, D., Cipollini, K., and Bahn, V. 2020. “Biogeographic variation in resistance of the invasive plant, Alliaria petiolata, to a powdery mildew fungus and local influences on the frequency of resistance” Biological Invasions.
Davis, S., Perez, N., and S. Koester. 2019. “Forests Are Not Fuel” Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences.
Koester, S. and S. Davis. 2018. “Siting of wood pellet production facilities in environmental justice communities in the southeastern US.” Environmental Justice 11:2.
Davis S.L. and D. Cipollini. 2016. “Range, genetic diversity, and future of the threatened butterfly, Pieris virginiensis. ” Insect Conservation and Diversity, 10.1111/icad.12189.
Davis S.L. and D. Cipollini. 2016. “Evidence for use of Alliaria petiolata in North America by the European cabbage white butterfly, Pieris rapae” Psyche, Article 9671506.
Davis S.L., Frisch T., Bjarnholt N. and D. Cipollini. 2015. “How does garlic mustard lure and kill the West Virginia White butterfly?” Journal of Chemical Ecology. doi:10.1007/s10886-015-0633-3.
Frisch, T., Agerbirk, N., Davis, S.L., Cipollini, D., Olsen, C.E., Motawie, M.S., Bjarnholt, N., and B.L. Moller. 2014. “Glucosinolate-related glucosides in Alliaria petiolata: Sources of variation in the plant and different metabolism in an adapted specialist herbivore, Pieris rapae.” Journal of Chemical Ecology. doi:10.1007/s10886-014-0509-y.
Davis, S.L. and D. Cipollini. 2014b. “Do mothers always know best? Oviposition mistakes and resulting larval failure of Pieris virginiensis on Alliaria petiolata, a novel, toxic host.” Biological Invasions 16:1941-1950.
Davis, S.L. and D. Cipollini. 2014a. “How environmental conditions and changing landscapes influence the survival and reproduction of a rare butterfly, Pieris virginiensis (Pieridae).” Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 68(1):61-65.
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