Vincent D'Amico
Vincent D'Amico
Research Scientist, USDA Forest Service
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Can alien plants support generalist insect herbivores?
DW Tallamy, M Ballard, V D’Amico
Biological invasions 12, 2285-2292, 2010
Virus transmission in gypsy moths is not a simple mass action process
V D'Amico, JS Elkinton, G Dwyer, JP Burand, JP Buonaccorsi
Ecology 77 (1), 201-206, 1996
Rainfall effects on transmission of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) nuclear polyhedrosis virus
V D'Amico, JS Elkinton
Environmental Entomology 24 (5), 1144-1149, 1995
Species richness and phenology of cerambycid beetles in urban forest fragments of northern Delaware
K Handley, J Hough-Goldstein, LM Hanks, JG Millar, V D’amico
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 108 (3), 251-262, 2015
Urban forest fragments buffer trees from warming and pests
LC Long, V D'Amico, SD Frank
Science of the Total Environment 658, 1523-1530, 2019
Conceptualizing social-ecological drivers of change in urban forest patches
LR Johnson, ML Johnson, MFJ Aronson, LK Campbell, ME Carr, M Clarke, ...
Urban ecosystems 24, 633-648, 2021
Establishment and dispersal of the biological control weevil Rhinoncomimus latipes on mile-a-minute weed, Persicaria perfoliata
EC Lake, J Hough-Goldstein, KJ Shropshire, V D’Amico
Biological control 58 (3), 294-301, 2011
Foliage damage does not affect within‐season transmission of an insect virus
V D’Amico, JS Elkinton, G Dwyer, RB Willis, ME Montgomery
Ecology 79 (3), 1104-1110, 1998
Multiflora rose invasion amplifies prevalence of Lyme disease pathogen, but not necessarily Lyme disease risk
SA Adalsteinsson, WG Shriver, A Hojgaard, JL Bowman, D Brisson, ...
Parasites & vectors 11 (1), 1-10, 2018
Temperate deciduous forests embedded across developed landscapes: Younger forests harbour invasive plants and urban forests maintain native plants
TLE Trammell, V D'Amico III, ML Avolio, JC Mitchell, E Moore
Journal of Ecology 108 (6), 2366-2375, 2020
Scale‐dependent effects of nonnative plant invasion on host‐seeking tick abundance
SA Adalsteinsson, V D'Amico, WG Shriver, D Brisson, JJ Buler
Ecosphere 7 (3), e01317, 2016
Pathogen clumping: an explanation for non‐linear transmission of an insect virus
V D'Amico, JS Elkinton, JD Podgwaite, JP Buonaccorsi, G Dwyer
Ecological Entomology 30 (4), 383-390, 2005
Integrating Management Techniques to Restore Sites Invaded by Mile‐a‐Minute Weed, Persicaria perfoliata
EC Lake, J Hough‐Goldstein, V D'Amico
Restoration ecology 22 (2), 127-133, 2014
Bacteria associated with larvae and adults of the Asian longhorned beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
JD Podgwaite, V D'Amico, RT Zerillo, H Schoenfeldt
Journal of Entomological Science 48 (2), 128-138, 2013
Deletion of v-chiA from a Baculovirus Reduces Horizontal Transmission in the Field
V D'Amico, J Slavicek, JD Podgwaite, R Webb, R Fuester, RA Peiffer
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (13), 4056-4064, 2013
Is brood parasitism related to host nestling diet and nutrition?
ZS Ladin, V D'Amico, DP Jaisi, WG Shriver
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 132 (3), 717-734, 2015
Biological Activity of Bacillus thuringiensis and Associated Toxins against the Asian Longhorned Beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
V D'Amico, JD Podgwaite, S Duke
Journal of entomological science 39 (3), 318-324, 2004
Accuracy of tick identification in a Lyme disease endemic area
RC Falco, D Fish, V D'Amico
Jama 280 (7), 602-603, 1998
Urbanization pressures alter tree rhizosphere microbiomes
CL Rosier, SW Polson, V D’Amico III, J Kan, TLE Trammell
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 9447, 2021
Biological control of Anoplohora glabripennis Motsch.: A synthesis of current research programs
MT Smith, ZQ Yang, F Hérard, R Fuester, L Bauer, L Solter, M Keena, ...
Proceedings: United States Department of Agriculture Interagency Research …, 2002
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