Michael D. Ulyshen
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A fungal symbiont of the redbay ambrosia beetle causes a lethal wilt in redbay and other Lauraceae in the southeastern United States
SW Fraedrich, TC Harrington, RJ Rabaglia, MD Ulyshen, AE Mayfield Iii, ...
Plant Disease 92 (2), 215-224, 2008
Experimental studies of dead-wood biodiversity—a review identifying global gaps in knowledge
S Seibold, C Bässler, R Brandl, MM Gossner, S Thorn, MD Ulyshen, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 139-149, 2015
Research trends in ecosystem services provided by insects
JA Noriega, J Hortal, FM Azcárate, MP Berg, N Bonada, MJI Briones, ...
Basic and applied ecology 26, 8-23, 2018
Wood decomposition as influenced by invertebrates
MD Ulyshen
Biological Reviews 91 (1), 70-85, 2016
Microclimate and habitat heterogeneity as the major drivers of beetle diversity in dead wood
S Seibold, C Bässler, R Brandl, B Büche, A Szallies, S Thorn, MD Ulyshen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (3), 934-943, 2016
Arthropod vertical stratification in temperate deciduous forests: implications for conservation-oriented management
MD Ulyshen
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (9), 1479-1489, 2011
Measuring the impact of biotic factors on populations of immature emerald ash borers (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
JJ Duan, MD Ulyshen, LS Bauer, J Gould, R Van Driesche
Environmental Entomology 39 (5), 1513-1522, 2010
Conserving pollinators in North American forests: a review
JL Hanula, MD Ulyshen, S Horn
Natural Areas Journal 36 (4), 427-439, 2016
A comparison of the beetle (Coleoptera) fauna captured at two heights above the ground in a North American temperate deciduous forest
MD Ulyshen, JL Hanula
The American Midland Naturalist 158 (2), 260-278, 2007
Necrobiome framework for bridging decomposition ecology of autotrophically and heterotrophically derived organic matter
ME Benbow, PS Barton, MD Ulyshen, JC Beasley, TL DeVault, ...
Ecological Monographs 89 (1), e01331, 2019
The contribution of insects to global forest deadwood decomposition
S Seibold, W Rammer, T Hothorn, R Seidl, MD Ulyshen, J Lorz, ...
Nature 597 (7874), 77-81, 2021
Population dynamics of an invasive forest insect and associated natural enemies in the aftermath of invasion: implications for biological control
JJ Duan, LS Bauer, KJ Abell, MD Ulyshen, RG Van Driesche
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (5), 1246-1254, 2015
On the vertical distribution of bees in a temperate deciduous forest
MD Ulyshen, V Soon, JL Hanula
Insect Conservation and Diversity 3 (3), 222-228, 2010
Habitat associations of saproxylic beetles in the southeastern United States: a comparison of forest types, tree species and wood postures
MD Ulyshen, JL Hanula
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (2), 653-664, 2009
Quantifying arthropod contributions to wood decay
MD Ulyshen, TL Wagner
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (4), 345-352, 2013
Saproxylic insects
MD Ulyshen, MD Ulyshen, Koerner
Springer, 2018
Dead-wood addition promotes non-saproxylic epigeal arthropods but effects are mediated by canopy openness
S Seibold, C Bässler, P Baldrian, L Reinhard, S Thorn, MD Ulyshen, ...
Biological Conservation 204, 181-188, 2016
Spatial and temporal patterns of beetles associated with coarse woody debris in managed bottomland hardwood forests
MD Ulyshen, JL Hanula, S Horn, JC Kilgo, CE Moorman
Forest Ecology and Management 199 (2-3), 259-272, 2004
Interactions between Spathius agrili (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and Tetrastichus planipennisi (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), larval parasitoids of Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera …
MD Ulyshen, JJ Duan, LS Bauer
Biological Control 52 (2), 188-193, 2010
Responses of arthropods to large-scale manipulations of dead wood in loblolly pine stands of the southeastern United States
MD Ulyshen, JL Hanula
Environmental Entomology 38 (4), 1005-1012, 2009
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