Laura L Figueroa
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Bee pathogen transmission dynamics: deposition, persistence and acquisition on flowers
LL Figueroa, M Blinder, C Grincavitch, A Jelinek, EK Mann, LA Merva, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1903), 20190603, 2019
Trading in snails: plant nurseries as transport hubs for non-native species
EA Bergey, LL Figueroa, CM Mather, RJ Martin, EJ Ray, JT Kurien, ...
Biological invasions 16, 1441-1451, 2014
Landscape simplification shapes pathogen prevalence in plant‐pollinator networks
LL Figueroa, H Grab, WH Ng, CR Myers, P Graystock, QS McFrederick, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (8), 1212-1222, 2020
Crithidia bombi can infect two solitary bee species while host survivorship depends on diet
LL Figueroa, C Grincavitch, SH McArt
Parasitology 148 (4), 435-442, 2021
Why did the bee eat the chicken? Symbiont gain, loss, and retention in the vulture bee microbiome
LL Figueroa, JJ Maccaro, E Krichilsky, D Yanega, QS McFrederick
MBio 12 (6), e02317-21, 2021
Bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) of Oklahoma: past and present biodiversity
LL Figueroa, EA Bergey
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 88 (4), 418-429, 2015
Residential yards as designer ecosystems: effects of yard management on land snail species composition
EA Bergey, LL Figueroa
Ecological applications 26 (8), 2538-2547, 2016
Understanding effects of floral products on bee parasites: mechanisms, synergism, and ecological complexity
G Fitch, LL Figueroa, H Koch, PC Stevenson, LS Adler
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 17, 244-256, 2022
Increasing temperatures reduce invertebrate abundance and slow decomposition
LL Figueroa, A Maran, SL Pelini
Plos one 16 (11), e0259045, 2021
Why Did the Bee Eat the Chicken? Symbiont Gain, Loss, and Retention in the Vulture Bee Microbiome. mBio
L Figueroa
Sunflower spines and beyond: mechanisms and breadth of pollen that reduce gut pathogen infection in the common eastern bumble bee
LL Figueroa, A Fowler, S Lopez, VE Amaral, H Koch, PC Stevenson, ...
Functional Ecology 37 (6), 1757-1769, 2023
Endosymbionts that threaten commercially raised and wild bumble bees (Bombus spp.)
L Figueroa, B Sadd, A Tripodi, J Strange, S Colla, L Adams, M Duennes, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 33, 14-36, 2023
Day/night upper thermal limits differ within Ectatomma ruidum ant colonies
AS Nelson, T Scott, M Barczyk, TP McGlynn, A Avalos, E Clifton, A Das, ...
Insectes Sociaux 65, 183-189, 2018
Parasites, parasitoids, and hive products that are potentially deleterious to wild and commercially raised bumble bees (Bombus spp.) in North America
E Evans, J Strange, B Sadd, A Tripodi, L Figueroa, L Adams, S Colla, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 33, 37-53, 2023
Plant richness and blooming cover affect abundance of flower visitors and network structure in Colombian orchards
JL Vaca‐Uribe, LL Figueroa, M Santamarķa, K Poveda
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 23 (4), 545-556, 2021
Functional traits linked to pathogen prevalence in wild bee communities
LL Figueroa, S Compton, H Grab, SH McArt
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 7529, 2021
An evidence-based rationale for a North American commercial bumble bee clean stock certification program
J Strange, S Colla, LD Adams, M Duennes, E Evans, L Figueroa, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 33, 1-13, 2023
Developing a Commercial Bumble Bee Clean Stock Certification Program: A white paper of the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign Bombus Task Force
JP Strange, SR Colla, M Duennes, E Evans, LL Figueroa, DW Inouye, ...
From buzzes to bytes: A systematic review of automated bioacoustics models used to detect, classify and monitor insects
AB Kohlberg, CR Myers, LL Figueroa
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2024
Bee Pathogen Transmission in Plant-Pollinator Networks
LL Figueroa
Cornell University, 2020
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