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Robinson, M. L., and Strauss, S. Y. Soil type and diet breadth mediate strength of parasitism, but not predation, in a diverse herbivore community. In prep.

Robinson, M. L., and Strauss, S. Y. Low-resource soils promote stable topology in plant-herbivore ecological networks. In review.

Robinson, M. L., and Strauss, S. Y. (2018). Cascading effects of soil type on assemblage size and structure in a diverse herbivore community. Ecology99(8), 1866-1877.

LoPresti, E. F., Robinson, M. L., Krimmel, B. A., & Charles, G. K. (2018). The sticky fruit of manzanita: potential functions beyond epizoochory. Ecology99(9), 2128-2130.

LoPresti, E.F., Grof-Tisza, P., Robinson, M., Godfrey, J., and R. Karban. Entrapped sand as a plant defense: effects on herbivore performance and preference. 2017. Ecological Entomology 43(2):154-161

Wetzel, W.C., Kharouba, H.M., Robinson, M., Holyoak, M., and R. Karban. Variability in plant nutrients reduces insect herbivore performance. 2016. Nature 539(7629): 425-427.

LoPresti, E.F., Karban, R., Robinson, M., Grof-Tisza, P., and W. Wetzel. The natural history supplement: furthering natural history amongst ecologists and evolutionary biologists. 2016. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 97(3):305-310.

Dyer, L.A., Wagner, D.L., Greeney, H.F., Smilanich, A.M., Massad, T.M., Robinson, M. Fox, M., Hazen, R., Glassmire, A., Pardikes, N., Fredrickson, K., Pearson, C., Gentry, G.L., and J.O. Stireman III. 2012. Novel insights into tritrophic interaction diversity and chemical ecology using 16 years of volunteer supported research. American Entomologist, 58:15-19.

Wagner, D. L., D. F. Schweitzer, J. B. Sullivan, and R. C. Reardon. 2011. Owlet Caterpillars of Eastern North America. Princeton University Press. 576 pp. (selected images)