Ryan Stephens
Ryan Stephens
Assistant Professor, East Tennessee State University
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The underappreciated role of rodent generalists in fungal spore dispersal networks
RB Stephens, RJ Rowe
Ecology 101 (4), e02972, 2020
Habitat associations and assemblages of small mammals in natural plant communities of Wisconsin
RB Stephens, EM Anderson
Journal of Mammalogy 95 (2), 404-420, 2014
Effects of trap type on small mammal richness, diversity, and mortality
RB Stephens, EM Anderson
Wildlife Society Bulletin 38 (3), 619-627, 2014
Field identification of sympatric Peromyscus leucopus noveboracensis and P. maniculatus gracilis in Wisconsin from external measurements
RB Stephens, EM Anderson, SR Wendt
The American Midland Naturalist 171 (1), 139-146, 2014
Synchrony in small mammal community dynamics across a forested landscape
RB Stephens, DJ Hocking, M Yamasaki, RJ Rowe
Ecography 40 (10), 1198-1209, 2017
Drivers of truffle biomass, community composition, and richness among forest types in the northeastern US
RB Stephens, TJ Remick, MJ Ducey, RJ Rowe
Fungal Ecology 29, 30-41, 2017
Pulsed resource availability changes dietary niche breadth and partitioning between generalist rodent consumers
RB Stephens, EA Hobbie, TD Lee, RJ Rowe
Ecology and Evolution 9 (18), 10681-10693, 2019
Elaphomyces species (Elaphomycetaceae, Eurotiales) from Bartlett Experimental Forest, New Hampshire, USA
MA Castellano, RB Stephens
IMA fungus 8, 49-63, 2017
The open-specimen movement
JP Colella, RB Stephens, ML Campbell, BA Kohli, DJ Parsons, BS Mclean
Bioscience 71 (4), 405-414, 2021
At the foot of the shrew: manus morphology distinguishes closely-related Cryptotis goodwini and Cryptotis griseoventris (Mammalia: Soricidae) in Central America
N Woodman, RB Stephens
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99 (1), 118-134, 2010
Accounting for carbon flux to mycorrhizal fungi may resolve discrepancies in forest carbon budgets
AP Ouimette, SV Ollinger, LC Lepine, RB Stephens, RJ Rowe, ...
Ecosystems 23, 715-729, 2020
Dead mice can grow–variation of standard external mammal measurements from live and three postmortem body states
RB Stephens, KH Karau, CJ Yahnke, SR Wendt, RJ Rowe
Journal of Mammalogy 96 (1), 185-193, 2015
Reevaluating trophic discrimination factors (Δδ13C and Δδ15N) for diet reconstruction
RB Stephens, AP Ouimette, EA Hobbie, RJ Rowe
Ecological Monographs 92 (3), e1525, 2022
Signaling from below: rodents select for deeper fruiting truffles with stronger volatile emissions
RB Stephens, AM Trowbridge, AP Ouimette, WB Knighton, EA Hobbie, ...
Ecology 101 (3), e02964, 2020
Influence of field technique, density, and sex on home range and overlap of the southern red-backed vole (Myodes gapperi)
HB Tisell, AL Degrassi, RB Stephens, RJ Rowe
Canadian Journal of Zoology 97 (12), 1101-1108, 2019
Skeletal injuries in small mammals: a multispecies assessment of prevalence and location
RB Stephens, CB Burke, N Woodman, LB Poland, RJ Rowe
Journal of mammalogy 99 (2), 486-497, 2018
Functional, temporal and spatial complementarity in mammal‐fungal spore networks enhances mycorrhizal dispersal following forest harvesting
RB Stephens, SD Frey, AW D'Amato, RJ Rowe
Functional Ecology 35 (9), 2072-2083, 2021
Speciation of North American pygmy shrews (Eulipotyphla: Soricidae) supports spatial but not temporal congruence of diversification among boreal species
AG Hope, RB Stephens, SD Mueller, VV Tkach, JR Demboski
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129 (1), 41-60, 2020
Nutritional and environmental factors influence small mammal seed selection in a northern temperate forest
NB Moore, RB Stephens, RJ Rowe
Ecosphere 13 (4), e4036, 2022
Effects of timber harvest on epigeous fungal fruiting patterns and community structure in a northern hardwood ecosystem
BW Borgmann-Winter, RB Stephens, AW D’Amato, SD Frey, RJ Rowe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 52 (1), 51-58, 2022
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