Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

 

Formica, Vincent, Corlett Wood, Phoebe Cook*, Edmund Brodie III, 2016. Consistency of animal social networks after disturbance. Behavioral Ecology. doi: 10.1093/beheco/arw128.

Formica, Vincent, Hannah Donald-Cannon, Ian Perkins-Taylor*, 2016. Consistent patterns of male mate preference in the laboratory and field. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology:1-8. doi: 10.1007/s00265-016-2185-0.

Formica Vincent, Amanda Chan*  2015. No Effect of Host Species on Phenoloxidase Activity in a Mycophagous Beetle. PLoS ONE 10(10): e0141167. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141167

Wood, Corlett. W., Hannah M. Donald*, Vincent A. Formica, & Edmund D. Brodie III. 2013. Surprisingly little population genetic structure in a fungus-associated beetle despite its exploitation of multiple hosts. Ecology and Evolution, 3: 1484–1494.

Benowitz*, Kyle M., Edmun. D. Brodie III, & Vincent A. Formica. 2012. Morphological correlates of a sexually dimorphic performance trait. PLOS ONE 7: e42738. [PDF]

Donald*, Hannah, Corlett W. Wood, Kyle M. Benowitz*, Rebecca A. Johnson*, Edmund D. Brodie III, & Vincent. A. Formica. 2012. Nondestructive sampling of insect DNA from defensive secretion. Molecular Ecology Resources, 12: 856-860. [PDF]

Donald*, Hannah, Corlett W. Wood, Kyle M. Benowitz*, Rebecca A. Johnson*, Edmund D. Brodie III, & Vincent. A. Formica. 2012. Nondestructive sampling of insect DNA from defensive secretion. Molecular Ecology Resources, 12: 856-860. [PDF]

Formica, Vincent A., Joel W. McGlothlin, Malcolm E. Augat*, Mollie E. Barnard*, R. Eileen. Butterfield*, Corlett W. Wood*, & Edmund D. Brodie III. 2011. Phenotypic social selection in a wild population of forked fungus beetles (Bolitotherus cornutus). Evolution, 65, 2771 - 2781. [PDF]

Formica, Vincent A., Whitney Larsen*, Corlett W. Wood, R. Eileen Butterfield*, Helen Hougen* & Edmund D. Brodie III. 2012. Fitness consequences of social network position in a wild population of forked fungus beetles (Bolitotherus cornutus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25: 130-137. [PDF]

Vincent A. Formica, Malcolm E. Augat*, Mollie E. Barnard*, R. Eileen Butterfield*, Corlett W. Wood*, & Edmund D. Brodie III. 2010. Using spatial analysis to define social networks in wild populations of insects. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 35, 1199 -1208 [PDF]

Vincent A. Formica & Elaina M. Tuttle. 2009. Examining the Social Landscapes of Alternative Reproductive Strategies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22, 2395 – 2408 [PDF]

Alison E. Holliday, Faye M. Walker*, Edmund D. Brodie III, Vincent A. Formica. 2009. Differences in Defensive Volatiles in the Forked Fungus Beetle, Bolitotherus Cornutus, Living On Two Species Of Fungus. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 35,1302–1308 [PDF]

Elaina M. Tuttle, Ryan J. Jensen, Vincent A. Formica, & Rusty A. Gonser. 2006. Using Remote Sensing Image Texture to Study Habitat Use Patterns:  A Case Study Using the Polymorphic White-throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis). Global Ecology and Biogeography, 15, 349 – 357 [PDF]

Vincent A. Formica, Rusty A. Gonser, Scott M. Ramsay, & Elaina M. Tuttle. 2004. Spatial Dynamics of Alternative Reproductive Strategies:  The Role of Neighbors.  Ecology, 85, 1125-1136 [PDF]

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* Undergraduate collaborators