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Hughes, L. 2000. Biological consequences of global warming: is the signal already apparent? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15:56-61.

Kopf, A., N. E. Rank, H. Roininen, and J. Tahvanainen. 1997. Defensive larval secretions of leaf beetles attract a specialist predator Parasyrphus nigritarsis. Ecological Entomology 22:176-183.

Mann, M. E., R. S. Bradley, and M. K. Hughes. 1999. Northern hemisphere temperatures during the past millennium: Inferences, uncertainties, and limitations. Geophysical Research Letters 26:759-762.

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Rank, N. E. 1994. Host-Plant Effects on Larval Survival of a Salicin-Using Leaf Beetle Chrysomela-Aeneicollis Schaeffer (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae). Oecologia 97:342-353.


Rank, N. E., A. Kopf, R. Julkunen-Tiitto, and J. Tahvanainen. 1998. Host preference and larval performance of the salicylate-using leaf beetle Phratora vitellinae. Ecology 79:618-631.

Rank, N. E., and J. T. Smiley. 1994. Host-Plant Effects on Parasyrphus-Melanderi (Diptera, Syrphidae) Feeding on a Willow Leaf Beetle Chrysomela-Aeneicollis (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae). Ecological Entomology 19:31-38.

Sears, A. L. W., J. T. Smiley, M. Hilker, F. Muller, and N. E. Rank. 2001. Nesting behavior and prey use in two geographically separated populations of the specialist wasp Symmorphus cristatus (Vespidae : Eumeninae). American Midland Naturalist 145:233-246.

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Smiley, J. T., and N. E. Rank. 1991. Bitterness of Salix along the North Fork of Big Pine Creek, eastern California: Species and community elevational trends. Pages 132-147 in C. A. Hall and V. Doyle-Jones, editors. Natural History of the Eastern California and High-altitude Research, White Mountain Research Station Symposium.

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