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Roeder, KA, J Bujan, MD Weiser, KM de Beurs, and M Kaspari. Thermal traits predict the winners and losers under climate change: an example from North American ant communities.

Bujan, J, KA Roeder, KM de Beurs, MD Weiser, and M Kaspari. Thermal diversity of North American ant communities: cold tolerance but not heat tolerance tracks climatic gradients.

Helms IV, JA, KA Roeder, SE Ijelu, I Ratcliff, and NM Haddad. Bioenergy landscapes drive trophic shifts in generalist ants.


Bujan, J, KA Roeder, SP Yanoviak, and M Kaspari. 2020. Seasonal plasticity of thermal tolerance in ants. Ecology[LINK]

Hoback, WW, J Jurzenski, K Farnsworth-Hoback and KA Roeder. 2020. Invasive saltcedar and drought impact ant communities and isopods in south-central Nebraska. Environmental Entomology. [LINK]

Welti, EAR, KA Roeder, KM de Beurs, A Joern, and M Kaspari. 2020. Nutrient dilution and climate cycles underlie declines in a dominant insect herbivore. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. [LINK]

Roeder, KA, RM Prather, AW Paraskevopoulos, and DV Roeder. 2020. The economics of optimal foraging by the red imported fire ant. Environmental Entomology. [LINK]

Kaspari, M, J Bujan, KA Roeder, K de Beurs, and MD Weiser. 2020. Species energy and thermal performance theory predict 20-year changes in ant community abundance and richness. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 101(1): e01623. [PDF]

Kaspari, M, J Bujan, KA Roeder, K de Beurs, and MD Weiser. 2019. Species energy and thermal performance theory predict 20-year changes in ant community abundance and richness. Ecology 100(12): e02888. [PDF]

Roeder, KA, DV Roeder, and M Kaspari. 2018. The role of temperature in competition and persistence of an invaded ant assemblage. Ecological Entomology 43(6): 774-781. [PDF]

Prather, RM, KA Roeder, NJ Sanders, and M Kaspari. 2018. Using metabolic and thermal ecology to predict temperature dependent ecosystem activity: a test with prairie ants. Ecology 99(9): 2113-2121. [PDF]

Roeder, KA, DV Roeder and M Kaspari. 2018Disturbance mediates homogenization of above and belowground invertebrate communities. Environmental Entomology 47(3): 545-550. [PDF]

Roeder, KA and DV Roeder. 2017. The Pheidole (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Oklahoma: New species records and distributional notes. Check List 13(2): 2071. [PDF]

Kaspari, M, KA Roeder, B Benson, MD Weiser, and NJ Sanders. 2017. Sodium co-limits and catalyzes macronutrients in a prairie food web. Ecology 98(2): 315-320. [PDF]

Roeder, KA and M Kaspari. 2017. From cryptic herbivore to predator: stable isotopes reveal consistent variability in trophic levels in an ant population. Ecology 98(2): 297-303. [PDF]

Roeder, KA and DV Roeder. 2016. A checklist and assemblage comparison of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. Check List 12(4): 1935. [PDF]

Roeder, KA and DV Roeder. 2015. New record of the ant subfamily Pseudomyrmecinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Oklahoma. Southwestern Naturalist 60(4): 373-374. [PDF]

Roeder, KA, DV Roeder, JD Kouri, and JA Helms IV. 2015. A new latitudinal record for the ant genus Leptogenys (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in North America. Southwestern Entomologist 40(3): 653-656. [PDF]

Roeder, KA and ST Behmer. 2014. Lifetime consequences of food protein‐carbohydrate content for an insect herbivore. Functional Ecology 28(5): 1135-1143. [PDF]

Roeder, KA, I Kuriachan, SB Vinson, and ST Behmer. 2010. Evaluation of a microbial inhibitor in artificial diets of a generalist caterpillar, Heliothis virescens. Journal of Insect Science 10(197): 1-12. [PDF]

Wharton, RA, KA Roeder, and MJ Yoder. 2008. A monograph of the genus Westwoodia (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Zootaxa 1855: 1-40. [PDF]