Gawel, A.M., H.S. Rogers, R.H. Miller, A.M. Kerr. 2018. Contrasting ecological roles
of non-native ungulates in a novel ecosystem. Royal Society Open Science 5: (Published
on line April 25, 2018).
Rogers, H., E. Buhle, J. Hille Ris Lambers, E. Fricke, R.H. Miller, J. Tewksbury.
2017. Effects of an invasive predator cascade to plants via mutualism disruption.
Nature Communications 8: Published online March 8, 2017.
Wandrag, E.M., R.H. Miller, A.E. Dunham, H.S. Rogers. 2015. Vertebrate seed dispersers
maintain the structure and composition of tropical forest seedbanks. AoB Plants plv130: Published
online November 17, 2015.
Reddy, G.V.P. and R.H. Miller. 2014. Biorational versus conventional insecticides
– Comparative field study for managing red spider mite and fruit borer on tomato.
Crop Protection 64: 88-92.
Miller, R.H., J.A. Duay, K.S. Pike, E. Maw, R.G. Foottit. 2014. Review and key to
the aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Micronesia. Pacific Science 68: 479-492.
Duay, J.A.M., R.H. Miller, G.C. Wall, K.S. Pike, R.G. Foottit. 2014. Pentalonia nigronervosaCoquerel and Pentalonia caladiivan der Goot (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and their relationship to banana bunchy top virus
in Micronesia. Pacific Science 68: 359-364.
Reddy, G.V.P., S. Wu, R.H. Miller. 2013. Efficacy of pheromone trapping of the sweetpotato
weevil, Cylas formicarius(Coleoptera: Brentidae): based on dose, septum age and attractive radius. Environmental
Entomology: 43: 1-7.
Rogers H., J. Hille Ris Lambers, R.H. Miller, J.J. Tewksbury. 2012. Natural experiment’
demonstrates top-down control of spiders by birds on a landscape level. PLoS ONE 7:
Hoffman, B. P., K. Davis, S. Gott, P. Joe, P. Krushelnycky, R.H. Miller, G. Webb,
and M. Widner. 2011. Ant eradications: details of more successes, a global synthesis
and recommendations IUCN/SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group. 31: 16-23.
Foottit, R.G., H.E.L. Maw, K.S. Pike and R.H. Miller. 2010. The identity of Pentalonia nigronervosaCoquerel and caladiivan der Goot (Hemiptera: aphididae) based on molecular and morphometric analysis.
Zootaxa 2358: 25-38.
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