Edward G. LeBrun
Edward G. LeBrun
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Trophic ecology of invasive Argentine ants in their native and introduced ranges
CV Tillberg, DA Holway, EG LeBrun, AV Suarez
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (52), 20856-20861, 2007
1942007
An experimental study of competition between fire ants and Argentine ants in their native range
EG LeBrun, CV Tillberg, AV Suarez, PJ Folgarait, CR Smith, DA Holway
Ecology 88 (1), 63-75, 2007
1112007
Intercontinental differences in resource use reveal the importance of mutualisms in fire ant invasions
SM Wilder, DA Holway, AV Suarez, EG LeBrun, MD Eubanks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (51), 20639-20644, 2011
1032011
Who is the top dog in ant communities? Resources, parasitoids, and multiple competitive hierarchies
EG LeBrun
Oecologia 142 (4), 643-652, 2005
972005
Maintaining diversity in an ant community: modeling, extending, and testing the dominance-discovery trade-off
FR Adler, EG LeBrun, DH Feener Jr
The American Naturalist 169 (3), 323-333, 2007
932007
When trade‐offs interact: balance of terror enforces dominance discovery trade‐off in a local ant assemblage
EG Lebrun, DH Feener Jr
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (1), 58-64, 2007
782007
Imported crazy ant displaces imported fire ant, reduces and homogenizes grassland ant and arthropod assemblages
EG LeBrun, J Abbott, LE Gilbert
Biological Invasions 15 (11), 2429-2442, 2013
642013
An edge effect caused by adult corn‐rootworm beetles on sunflowers in tallgrass prairie remnants
MJ McKone, KK McLauchlan, EG Lebrun, AC McCall
Conservation Biology 15 (5), 1315-1324, 2001
542001
Chemical warfare among invaders: a detoxification interaction facilitates an ant invasion
EG LeBrun, NT Jones, LE Gilbert
Science 343 (6174), 1014-1017, 2014
522014
Imported fire ants near the edge of their range: disturbance and moisture determine prevalence and impact of an invasive social insect
EG LeBrun, RM Plowes, LE Gilbert
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (4), 884-895, 2012
502012
Invasion processes and causes of success
PD Krushelnycky, DA Holway, EG LeBrun, L Lach, CL Parr, KL Abbott
Ant Ecology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 245-260, 2010
462010
Linked indirect effects in ant-phorid interactions: impacts on ant assemblage structure
EG LeBrun, DH Feener
Oecologia 133 (4), 599-607, 2002
462002
Introducing phorid fly parasitoids of red imported fire ant workers from South America to Texas: outcomes vary by region and by Pseudacteon species released
LE Gilbert, CL Barr, AA Calixto, JL Cook, BM Drees, EG Lebrun, ...
Southwestern Entomologist 33 (1), 15-29, 2008
452008
Evidence of niche shift and global invasion potential of the Tawny Crazy ant, Nylanderia fulva
S Kumar, EG LeBrun, TJ Stohlgren, JA Stabach, DL McDonald, DH Oi, ...
Ecology and Evolution 5 (20), 4628-4641, 2015
402015
Indirect competition facilitates widespread displacement of one naturalized parasitoid of imported fire ants by another
EG LeBrun, RM Plowes, LE Gilbert
Ecology 90 (5), 1184-1194, 2009
382009
By their own devices: invasive Argentine ants have shifted diet without clear aid from symbiotic microbes
YI Hu, DA Holway, P Łukasik, L Chau, AD Kay, EG LeBrun, KA Miller, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (6), 1608-1630, 2017
332017
Dynamic expansion in recently introduced populations of fire ant parasitoids (Diptera: Phoridae)
EG LeBrun, RM Plowes, LE Gilbert
Biological Invasions 10 (7), 989-999, 2008
322008
A Review of Pseudacteon (Diptera: Phoridae) That Parasitize Ants of the Solenopsis geminata Complex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
RM Plowes, EG Lebrun, BV Brown, LE Gilbert
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 102 (6), 937-958, 2009
302009
Introduction of the fire ant decapitating fly Pseudacteon obtusus in the United States: factors influencing establishment in Texas
RM Plowes, EG LeBrun, LE Gilbert
BioControl 56 (3), 295-304, 2011
242011
Convergent evolution of levee building behavior among distantly related ant species in a floodplain ant assemblage
EG LeBrun, M Moffett, DA Holway
Insectes sociaux 58 (2), 263-269, 2011
192011
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