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Stamp N, Robinson DA Jr, Urban RA (2008) The Everglades power-of-story 5E-teaching unit. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 89(1):62-73
• Stamp N (2008) Plant defense. Encyclopedia of Ecology. Vol. 4: 2794-97. Elsevier, Oxford, UK
• Stamp N (2007) Conceptual assessment in the biological sciences (CABS). http://tiee.ecoed.net/vol/v5/review/stamp/review.html
Liebert A, Gamboa G, Stamp N, Curtis T, Monnet K, Turillazzi S, Starks P (2006) Genetics, behavior and ecology of the invasive wasp Polistes dominulus in North America. Annales Zoologica Fennici 43:595-624
Stamp N, Armstrong M, Biger J (2006) Ecological misconceptions, survey III: The challenge of identifying sophisticated understanding. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 87(2):168-174
• Curtis T, Stamp N (2006) Effects of human presence on two social wasp species. Ecological Entomology 31:13-19
Stamp N, Armstrong M (2005) Using "The Power of Story" to overcome ecological misconceptions and build sophisticated understanding. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 86(3):177-183
• Curtis TR, Aponte Y, Stamp NE (2005) Nest paper absorbency, toughness, and protein concentration of a native vs. an invasive social wasp. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31:1089-1100
Stamp N (2005) The problem with the messages of plant-herbivore interactions in ecology textbooks. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 86(1): 27-31
• Stamp N, O'Brien T (2004) GK12 partnership: a model to advance change in science education. BioScience 55:70-77
Stamp N (2004) Misconceptions about plant-herbivore interactions, especially plant defenses. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 85(4):201-205
Stamp N (2004) Can the growth-differentiation balance hypothesis be tested rigorously? Oikos 107:439-448
• Bradfield M, Stamp N (2004) Effect of nighttime temperature on tomato defensive chemistry. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30:1695-1703
• Stamp N, Meyerhoefer B (2004) Effects of prey quality on social wasps when given a choice of prey. Entomologica Experimentalis et Applicata 110:45-51
• Stamp N, Bradfield M, Li S, Alexander B (2004) Effect of competition on plant allometry and defense. American Midland Naturalist 151:50-64
• Armstrong T, Stamp N (2003) Colony productivity and foundress behaviour of a native wasp versus an invasive wasp. Ecological Entomology 28:635-644
• Armstrong T, Stamp N (2003) Effects of prey quantity on predatory wasps (Polistes dominulus) when patch quality differs. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54:310-319
Stamp N (2003) Theory of plant defensive level: Example of process and pitfalls in development of ecological theory. Oikos 102:672-678
Stamp N (2003) Out of the quagmire of plant defense hypotheses. Quarterly Review of Biology 78:23-55
• Nadeau H, Stamp N (2003) Effect of prey quantity and temperature on nest demography of social wasps. Ecological Entomology 28:328-339
• Harmon GD, Stamp NE (2002) Relative size early in population development determines reproductive status of individual Erodium cicutarium plants. American Midland Naturalist 147:32-43
• Stamp N, Pagano A (2002) Evaluation of a workshop series in university science education. BioScience 52:366-372
• Stamp NE (2001) Effects of prey quantity and quality on predatory wasps. Ecological Entomology 26:292-301
Stamp NE (2001) Enemy-free space via host plant chemistry and dispersion: Assessing the influence of tritrophic interactions. Oecologia 128:153-163
• Jarzomski CM, Stamp NE, Bowers MD (2000) Effects of plant phenology, nutrients and herbivory on growth and defensive chemistry of plantain. Oikos 88:371-379
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (2000) Foraging behaviour of caterpillars given a choice of plant genotypes in the presence of insect predators. Ecological Entomology 25:486-492
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (2000) Do enemies of herbivores influence plant growth and chemistry? Evidence from a seminatural experiment. Journal of Chemical Ecology 26:2367-2386
Crum DA, Weiser LA, Stamp NE (1998) Effects of prey scarcity and plant material as a dietary supplememt on an insect predator. Oikos 81:549-557
• Strohmeyer HH, Stamp NE, Jarzomski CM, Bowers MD (1998) Prey species and prey diet affect growth of invertebrate predators. Ecological Entomology 23:68-79
• Weiser LA, Stamp NE (1998) Combined effects of allelochemicals, prey availability, and supplemental plant material on growth of a generalist insect predator. Entomologica Experimentalis et Applicata 87:181-189
• Stamp NE, Osier TL (1998) Response of five insect herbivores to multiple allelochemicals under fluctuating temperatures. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 88:81-96
• Traugott MS, Stamp NE (1997) Effects of chlorogenic acid- and tomatine-fed caterpillars on performance of an insect predator. Oecologia 109:265-272
Stamp NE (1997) Behavior of harassed caterpillars and consequences for hostplants. Oikos 79:147-154
• Stamp NE, Osier TL (1997) Combined effects of night-time temperature and allelochemicals on performance of a Solanaceae specialist herbivore. Ecoscience 4:286-295
• Jansen MPT, Stamp NE (1997) Effects of light availability on host plant chemistry and the consequences for behavior and growth of an insect herbivore. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 82:319-333
• Stamp NE, Osier TL (1997) Combined effects of night-time temperature and allelochemicals on performance of a generalist insect herbivore. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 83:63-72
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE (1997) Effect of hostplant genotype and predators on iridoid glycoside content of pupae of a specialist insect herbivore, Junonia coenia (Nymphalidae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 25:571-580
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE (1997) Fate of host-plant iridoid glycosides in lepidopteran larvae of Nymphalidae and Arctiidae. Journal of Chemical Ecology 23:2955-2965
• Bozer SF, Traugott MS, Stamp NE (1996) Combined effects ofallelochemical-fed and scarce prey on the generalist insect predator Podisus maculiventris. Ecological Entomology 21:328-334
• Stamp NE, Yang Y, Osier TL (1996) Response of an insect predator to multiple allelochemicals under representative thermal regimes. Ecology 78:203-214
Wilkens TR, Spoerke J, Stamp NE (1996) Differential responses of growth and two soluble phenolics of tomato to resource availability. Ecology 77:247-258
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1996) Consequences for plantain chemistry and growth when its herbivores are attacked by predators. Ecology 77:535-549
• Stamp NE, Yang Y (1996) Response of insect herbivores to multiple allelochemicals under different thermal regimes. Ecology 77:1088-1102
• Yang Y, Stamp NE (1996) Simultaneous effects of temperature and multiple allelochemicals on the performance of a Solanaceae specialist caterpillar (Manduca sexta). Ecoscience 3:81-92
• Yang Y, Stamp NE, Osier TL (1996) Effects of temperature, multiple allelochemicals and larval age on the performance of a Solanaceae specialist caterpillar. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 79:335-344
• Traugott MS, Stamp NE (1996) Effects of chlorogenic acid- and tomatine-fed caterpillars on behavior of an insect predator. Journal of Insect Behavior 9:461-476
Stamp NE (1996) Getting the messages of ecology across to undergraduates. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:86-87
• Wilkens RT, Shea G, Halbreich S, Stamp NE (1996) Resource availability affects trichome defenses of tomato plants with consequences for caterpillars. Oecologia 106:181-191
• Osier TL, Traugott MS, Stamp NE (1996) Tomato allelochemicals affect a specialist insect herbivore (Manduca sexta) negatively but with no ill effects on a generalist insect predator (Podisus maculiventris). Oikos 77:481-488
Stamp NE (1996) Developing a theory of plant-insect herbivore interactions: are we there yet? Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:51-61
• Stamp NE (1996) Cooperative learning exercises in ecology for undergraduates. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:152-153
• Yang Y, Stamp NE (1995) Simultaneous effects of nighttime temperature and an allelochemical on performance of an insect herbivore. Oecologia 104:225-233
• Stamp NE (1994) Simultaneous effects of potassium, rutin and temperature on performance of Manduca sexta caterpillars. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 72:135-143
• Stamp NE (1994) Interactive effects of rutin and constant versus alternating temperatures on performance of Manduca sexta caterpillars. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 72:125-133
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1994) Effect of temperature and leaf age on growth versus molting time of a generalist caterpillar fed plantain (Plantago lanceolata). Ecological Entomology 19:199-206
• Stamp NE, Temple MP, Traugott MS, Wilkens RT M (1994) Temperature-allelochemical interactive effects on performance of Manduca sexta caterpillars. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 73:199-210
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1994) Effects of cages, plant age and mechanical clipping on plantain chemistry. Oecologia 99:66-71
• Stamp NE (1993) A temperate region view of the interaction of temperature, food quality and predators on caterpillar foraging. In NE Stamp and TM Casey (eds) Caterpillars: Ecological and evolutionary constraints on foraging. Chapman and Hall, New York, pp 478-508
• Stamp NE, Wilkens R (1993) On the cryptic side of life: Being unapparent to predators and the consequences on foraging and growth of caterpillars. In NE Stamp and TM Casey (eds) Caterpillars: Ecological and evolutionary constraints on foraging. Chapman and Hall, New York, pp 283-330
• Paradise CJ, Stamp NE (1993) Episodes of unpalatable prey reduce consumption and growth of juvenile praying mantids. Journal of Insect Behavior 6:155-166
• Stamp NE, Skrobola CM (1993) Failure to avoid rutin diets results in altered food utilization and reduced growth rate of Manduca sexta larvae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 68:127-142
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE (1993) Effects of plant age, genotype, and herbivory on Plantago performance and chemistry. Ecology 74:1778-1791
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1993) Presence of predatory wasps and stinkbugs alters foraging behavior of cryptic and noncryptic caterpillars on plantain (Plantago lanceolata). Oecologia 95:376-384
• Horwath KL, Stamp NE (1993) Use of dietary rutin to study molt initiation in Manduca sexta larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology 39:987-1000
• Stamp NE, Casey TM (1993) Caterpillars: Ecological and Evolutionary Constraints on Foraging. Chapman & Hall, New York, 587 pp. [edited volume]
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE, Collinge SK (1992) Early stage of host range expansion by a specialist herbivore,Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae). Ecology 73:526-536
• Harmon GD, Stamp NE (1992) Effects of post-dispersal seed predation on the ensuing plant population. American Journal of Botany 79:300-305
• Stamp NE (1992) Theory of plant-insect herbivore interactions on the inevitable brink of re-synthesis. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 73:28-34
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE (1992) Chemical variation within and between individuals of Plantago lanceolata (Plantaginaceae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 18:985-995
• Stamp NE, Horwath KL (1992) Interactive effects of temperature and concentration of the phenolic rutin on growth, molt and food utilization of caterpillars. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 64:135-150
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1992) Behaviour of specialist and generalist caterpillars on plantain (Plantago lanceolata). Ecological Entomology 17:273-279
• Stamp NE (1992) Relative susceptibility to predation of two species of caterpillar on plantain. Oecologia 92:124-129
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1992) Foraging behavior of specialist and generalist caterpillars on plantain (Plantago lanceolata) altered by predatory stinkbugs. Oecologia 92:596-602
• Stamp NE (1991) Stability of growth and consumption rates and food utilization efficiencies when insects are given an excess of food. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 84:58-60
• Paradise CJ, Stamp NE (1991) Prey recognition time of praying mantids (Dictyoptera: Mantidae) and consequent survivorship of unpalatable prey (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 4:265-273
• Paradise CJ, Stamp NE (1991) Abundant prey can alleviate previous adverse effects on growth of juvenile praying mantids (Orthoptera: Mantidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 84:396-406
• Stamp NE, Erskine T, Paradise CJ (1991) Effects of rutin-fed caterpillars on an invertebrate predator depend on temperature. Oecologia 88:289-295
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1991) Indirect effect on survivorship of caterpillars due to presence of invertebrate predators. Oecologia 88:325-330
• Wulfson LS, Stamp NE (1991) Effects of potassium levels over the range occurring in host plants on the growth of an insect herbivore (Manduca sexta). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 61:59-72
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE, Fajer E (1991) Factors affecting calculation of nutritional indices for foliage-fed insects: an experimental approach. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 61:101-116
• Stamp NE, Harmon GD (1991) Effect of potassium and sodium on fecundity and survivorship of Japanese beetles. Oikos 62:299-305
• Stamp NE (1990) Growth versus molting time of caterpillars as a function of temperature, nutrient concentration and the phenolic rutin. Oecologia 82:107-113
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1990) Variation in food quality and temperature constrain foraging of gregarious caterpillars. Ecology 71:1031-1039
• Stamp NE (1990) Production and effect of seed size in a grassland annual (Erodium brachycarpum: Geraniaceae). American Journal of Botany 77:874-882
• Paradise CJ, Stamp NE (1990) Variable quantities of toxic prey cause different degrees of compensatory and inhibitory responses by juvenile praying mantids. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 55:213-222
• Stamp NE, Lucas JR (1990) Spatial patterns and dispersal distances of explosively dispersing plants in Florida sandhill. Journal of Ecology 78:589-600
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1990) Phenology of nutritional differences between new and mature leaves and its effect on caterpillar growth. Ecological Entomology 15:447-454
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1990) Body temperature, behavior and growth of early-spring caterpillars (Hemileuca lucina: Saturniidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 44:143-155
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1990) Parasitism of New England buckmoth caterpillars (Hemileuca lucina: Saturniidae) by tachinid flies. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 44:199-200
• Stamp NE (1989) Seed dispersal of four sympatric grassland annual species of Erodium. Journal of Ecology 77:1005-1020
• Cornell JC, Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1988) Variation and developmental change in activity of gregarious caterpillars (Hemileuca lucina: Saturniidae). Psyche 95:445-458
• Stamp NE (1988) Efficacy of explosive vs. hygroscopic seed dispersal by an annual grassland species. American Journal of Botany 76:555-561
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1988) Direct and indirect effects of predatory wasps (Polistes sp.: Vespidae) on gregarious caterpillars (Hemileuca lucina: Saturniidae). Oecologia 75:619-624
• Stamp NE (1987) Availability of resources for predators of Chelone seeds and their parasitoids. American Midland Naturalist 117:265-279
• Cornell JC, Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1987) Developmental changes in defense, escape and aggregation in buckmoths (Hemileuca lucina: Saturniidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 20:383-388
• Bowers MD, Stamp NE (1987) Patterns of oviposition in the buckmoth Hemileuca lucina (Saturniidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 41:131-140
• Stamp NE (1986) Physical constraints of defense and response to invertebrate predators by pipevine caterpillars (Battus philenor: Papilionidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 40:191-205
• Stamp NE, Bowers MD (1986) Growth of buckmoths Hemileuca lucina and H. maia (Saturniidae) on their own and the other's hostplant. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 40:214-217
• Stamp NE (1984) Self-burial behaviour of Erodium cicutarium seeds. Journal of Ecology 72:611-620
• Stamp NE (1984) Effect of defoliation by checkerspot caterpillars (Euphydryas phaeton) and sawfly larvae (Macrophya nigra and Tenthredo grandis) on their host plants (Chelone spp.). Oecologia 63:275-280
• Stamp NE (1984) Interactions of parasitoids and checkerspot caterpillars Euphydryas spp. (Nymphalidae). Journal of Research on Lepidoptera 23:2-18 (invited)
• Stamp NE (1984) Foraging behavior of tawny emperor caterpillars Asterocampa clyton (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 38:186-191
• Stamp NE (1983) Overwintering aggregations of hackberry caterpillars Asterocampa clyton (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 37:145
• Stamp NE, Lucas JR (1983) Ecological correlates of explosive seed dispersal. Oecologia 59:272-278
• Stamp NE (1982) Behavioral interactions of parasitoids and Baltimore checkerspot caterpillars Euphydryas phaeton. Environmental Entomology 11:100-104
• Stamp NE (1982) Searching behaviour of parasitoids for web-making caterpillars: a test of optimal searching theory. Journal of Animal Ecology 52:387-395
• Stamp NE (1982) Aggregation behavior in Baltimore checkerspot caterpillars Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 36:31-41
Fritz RS, Stamp NE, Halverson TG (1982) Iteroparity and semelparity in insects. American Naturalist 120:264-268
• Stamp NE (1982) Selection of oviposition sites by the Baltimore checkerspot Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 36:290-302
• Stamp NE (1982) Birds in riparian woodlands, pp 297-298. In DE Davis (ed) CRC Handbook of census methods for terrestrial vertebrates. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (invited)
• Stamp NE, Ohmart RD (1982) Rodents of Sonoran Desert habitats, pp
335-336. In DE Davis (ed) CRC Handbook of census methods for terrestrial vertebrates. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (invited)
• Stamp NE (1981) Effect of group size on parasitism in a natural population of the Baltimore checkerspot Euphydryas phaeton. Oecologia 49:201-206
• Stamp NE (1981) Parasitism of single and multiple egg clusters of Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 89:89-97
• Stamp NE (1981) Behavior of parasitized aposematic caterpillars: advantageous to the parasitoid or host? American Naturalist 118:715-725
• Stamp NE (1980) Egg deposition patterns in butterflies: why do some species cluster their eggs rather than deposit them singly? American Naturalist 115:367-380
• Stamp NE, Ohmart RD (1979) Rodents in desert shrub and riparian woodland communities in Sonoran Desert. Southwestern Naturalist 24:279-289
• Stamp NE (1979) New oviposition plant for Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 33:203-204
• Stamp NE (1978) Breeding birds of riparian woodland in south-central Arizona. Condor 80:64-71
• Stamp NE, Ohmart RD (1978) Resource utilization by desert rodents in lower Sonoran Desert. Ecology 59:700-707
• Stamp NE (1977) Aggregation behavior of Chlosyne lacinia (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 31:35-40

 

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