Chisholm, P., Stevens-Rumann, C.S., Davis, T.S. 2021. Interactions between climate and stand conditions predict pine mortality during a bark beetle outbreak. Forests 12:360. doi:10.3390/f12030360.

*Mann, A.J, Davis, T.S. 2021. Entomopathogenic fungi to control bark beetles: a review of ecological recommendations. In press, Pest Management Science. doi:10.1002/ps.6364

Atkins, D.H., Davis, T.S., Stewart, J.E. 2021. Probability of occurrence and phenology of pine wilt disease transmission by insect vectors in the southern Rocky Mountains. Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2:e12044.

Ott, D.S., Davis, T.S., Mercado, J.E. 2021. Interspecific variation in spruce constitutive and induced defenses in response to a bark beetle fungal symbiont provides insight into traits associated with resistance. In press, Tree Physiology. doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpaa170.


Pandey, M., Thapa-Magar, K.B., Poudel, B.S., Davis, T.S., Shrestha, B.B. 2020. Plant invasion research in Nepal: a review of recent trends. Weeds – Journal of the Asia-Pacific Weed Science Society 2:16-33.

Thapa-Magar, K.B., Davis, T.S., Kondratieff, B.C. 2020. Livestock grazing is associated with seasonal reduction in pollinator biodiversity and functional dispersion but cheatgrass invasion is not: Variation in bee assemblages in a multi-use shortgrass prairie. PLOS ONE 15: e0237484. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0237484.

Davis, T.S., Rhoades, P.R., Mann, A.J., Griswold, T. 2020. Bark beetle outbreak enhances biodiversity and foraging habitat of native bees in alpine landscapes of the southern Rocky Mountains. Scientific Reports 10:16400. doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-73273-z.

Davis, T.S. 2020. Toxicity of two Engelmann spruce monoterpene chemotypes from the southern Rocky Mountains to North American spruce beetle. The Canadian Entomologist 152:790-796.

Stewart, J.E., Hariss, F.L., Otto, K., Davis, T.S. 2020. Responses of Engelmann spruce to inoculation with Leptographium abietinum, a symbiotic fungus of the North American spruce beetle. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 50:465-472.

Mann, A. J., Davis, T. S. 2020. Effects of environmental variation on growth and virulence of an entomopathogenic fungus (Beauveria bassiana) (Ascomycota: Hypocreales) to North American spruce beetle (Dendroctonus rufipennis Kirby) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Biological Control 141:104130.


Redmond, M. D., Davis, T. S., Wion, A. P., Ferrenberg, S. 2019. Resource allocation trade-offs in a mast-seeding conifer: Pinyon pine prioritizes reproduction over defenses, but not growth. AoB Plants 11:plz070. doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plz070.

Davis, T. S., Redmond, M. D., Foote, N. E., Miller, W. 2019. Factors associated with establishment and growth of Pinus coulteri and Pinus sabiniana in California’s central coast bioregion. Forest Science, doi: 10.1093/forsci/fxz041.

Dell, I. H., Davis, T. S. 2019. Effects of site thermal variation and physiography on flight synchrony and phenology of the North American spruce beetle Dendroctonus rufipennis (Coleoptera: Scolytinae). Environmental Entomology 48:998-1011.

Magney, T.S., Frankenberg, C., Koehler, P., North, G., Davis, T.S., Dold, C., Dutta, D., Fisher, J., Grossmann, K., Hatfield, J., Stutz, J., Sun ,Y., and A. Porcar-Castell. 2019. Disentangling changes in the spectral shape of chlorophyll fluorescence: Implications for remote sensing of photosynthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 124:1491-1507.


Wojcik, V., Smith, L., Carromero, W., Adams, L.D, Davis, T.S., DeBano S.J., Fallon, C., Hatfield, R., Hoffman-Black, S., Kaye, T., Jepsen, S., McKnight, S., Morandin, L., Pelton, E., Rhoades, P., Rourke, K., Rowland, M., and W. Tinkham. 2018. New research and BMPs in natural areas: a synthesis of the pollinator management symposium from the 44th Natural Areas Conference, October 2017. Natural Areas Journal 38:334-346.

Rhoades, P.R., Davis, T.S., Tinkham, W., Hoffman, C. 2018. Effects of seasonality, forest structure and understory plant richness on bee community assemblage in a southern Rocky Mountain mixed conifer forest. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 111:278-284.

Davis, T.S., Stewart, J.E., Mann, A., Bradley, C., Hofstetter, R.W. 2018. Evidence for multiple ecological roles of Leptographium abietinum, a symbiotic fungus associated with the North American spruce beetle. Fungal Ecology 38:62-70.

Davis, T.S., Horne, F.B., Yetter, J.C., Stewart, J.E. 2018. Engelmann spruce chemotypes in Colorado and their effects on symbiotic fungi associated with North American spruce beetle. Journal of Chemical Ecology 44:601-610.

Davis, T.S., Mann, A., Malesky, D., Jankowski, E., Bradley, C. 2018. Laboratory and field evaluation of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauvaria bassiana for population management of spruce beetle, Dendroctonus rufipennis Kirby (Coleoptera: Scolytinae), in felled trees and factors limiting pathogen success. Environmental Entomology 47:594-602.

*Eigenbrode, S.D., Bosque-Pérez N.A., Davis T.S. 2018. Insect-borne plant pathogens and their vectors: ecology, evolution, and complex interactions. Annual Review of Entomology 63:169- 191.

Davis, T.S., Hansen, M. 2018. An ordinal day model of spruce beetle flight phenology in northern Colorado. Journal of Applied Entomology 142:277-281.


Magney, T.S., Frankenberg, C., Fisher, J.B., Sun, Y., North G.B., Davis, T.S., Kornfeld, A. 2017. Connecting active to passive fluorescence with photosynthesis: a method for evaluating remote sensing measurements of chlorophyll fluorescence. New Phytologist 215:1594-1608.

Foote, N.E., Davis, T.S., Crowder, D., Bosque-Perez, N.A., Eigenbrode, S.D. 2017. Plant water stress affects interactions between an invasive and a naturalized aphid species on cereal crops. Environmental Entomology 46:609-616.

Davis T.S., Wu Y., Eigenbrode S.D. 2017. The effects of Bean leafroll virus on life history traits and host selection behavior of specialized pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum, Hemiptera: Aphididae) genotypes. Environmental Entomology 46:68-74.


Eigenbrode, S.D., Davis, T.S., Adams, J., Husebye, D., Waits, L., and D. Hawthorne. 2016. Host-adapted aphid populations differ in their migratory patterns and capacity to colonize crops. Journal of Applied Ecology 53:1382–1390.


Davis T.S., Bosque-Pérez N.P., Popova I., and S.D. Eigenbrode. 2015. Evidence for additive effects of virus infection and water availability on phythormone induction in a staple crop. Frontiers in Ecology in Evolution, doi: 10.3389/fevo.2015.00114

Davis, T.S., Bosque-Pérez, N., g Foote, N.E., Magney, T., and S.D. Eigenbrode. 2015. Environmentally dependent host-pathogen and vector-pathogen interactions in the Barley yellow dwarf virus pathosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1392–1401.

Davis, T.S., Wu, Y., and S.D. Eigenbrode. 2015. Chickpea variety and phenology affect acquisition of Pea enation mosaic virus, subsequent plant injury, and aphid vector performance. Annals of Applied Biology 167:420–425.


*Davis, T.S. 2014. The ecology of yeasts in the bark beetle holobiont: a century of research revisited. Microbial Ecology 69:723–732.

Wu, Y., Davis, T.S., and S.D. Eigenbrode. 2014. Aphid behavioral responses to virus-infected plants are similar despite divergent fitness effects. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 153:246– 255.

Landolt, P.J., Cha, D., and T.S. Davis. 2014. Attraction of the orange mint moth and false celery leaftier moth (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) to floral chemical lures. Journal of Economic Entomology 107:654–660.

Landolt, P.J., Ohler, B., Lo, P., Cha, D., Davis, T.S., Suckling, D.M., and J. Brunner. 2014. N-butyl sulfide as an attractant and coattractant for male and female codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortridicae). Environmental Entomology 43:291–297.

Davis, T.S., Wu, Y., and S.D. Eigenbrode. 2014. Host settling behavior, reproductive performance, and impacts on plant growth of a cereal aphid new to the United States, Metopolophium dirhodum cerealium (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Environmental Entomology 43:682–688.

Davis, T.S., Abatzoglou, J., Bosque-Pérez, N., Halbert, S.E., Pike, K., and S.D. Eigenbrode. 2014. Differing contributions of density dependence and climate to the population dynamics of three eruptive herbivores. Ecological Entomology 39:566–577.


*Davis, T.S., Hofstetter, R.W., Crippen, T., and J.K. Tomberlin. 2013. Microbial volatiles as insect semiochemicals. Journal of Chemical Ecology 39:840–859.

Davis, T.S. and R.W. Hofstetter. 2013. Allometry of phloem thickness and resin flow and their relation to tree chemotype in a southwestern ponderosa pine forest. Forest Science 60:270-274.

Davis, T.S., Garczynski, S.F., Stevens-Rumann, C. and P. J. Landolt. 2013. A test of fruit varieties on entry rate and development by neonate larvae of the codling moth, Cydia pomonella (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 148:259–266.

*Davis, T.S. and P.J. Landolt. 2013. A survey of insect assemblages responding to volatiles from a ubiquitous fungus in an agricultural landscape. Journal of Chemical Ecology 39:860–868.


Davis, T.S. and R.W. Hofstetter. 2012. Plant secondary chemistry mediates the performance of a nutritional symbiont associated with a tree-killing herbivore. Ecology 93:421–429.

Davis, T.S., Horton, D.R., Munyaneza, J.E., and P.J. Landolt. 2012. Experimental infection of plants with an herbivore-associated bacterial endosymbiont influences herbivore host selection. PLOS ONE 7:e49330. doi: 10.371/journal.pone.0049330.

Davis, T.S., Boundy-Mills, K., and P.J. Landolt. 2012. Volatile emissions from an epiphytic fungus are semiochemicals for eusocial wasps. Microbial Ecology 64:1056–1063.

Davis, T.S. and P. J Landolt. 2012. Body size phenotypes are heritable and mediate fecundity but not fitness in the lepidopteran frugivore Cydia pomonella. Naturwissenschaften 99:483–491.

Davis, T. S., Grady, K. C., and N. E. Foote. 2012. Ant colony response to disturbance is predicted by tree size but not tree density in a neotropical ant-plant association. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 32:116–121.

Landolt, P.J., Adams, T., Davis, T.S. and H. Rogg. 2012. Spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura) (Diptera: Drosophilidae) attraction to the combination of wine and vinegar. Florida Entomologist 95:326–332.


Davis, T.S. and R.W. Hofstetter. 2011. Oleoresin chemistry mediates oviposition behavior and fecundity of a tree-killing bark beetle. Journal of Chemical Ecology 37:1177–1183.

Davis, T.S. and R.W. Hofstetter. 2011. Reciprocal interactions between the bark-beetle associated yeast Ogataea pini and host tree phytochemistry. Mycologia 103:1201–1207.

Davis, T.S., Hofstetter, R.W., Foster, J.T., Foote, N.E., and P.Keim. 2011. Interactions between Ogataea pini and filamentous fungi associated with the western pine beetle. Microbial Ecology 61:626– 634.

Davis, T.S., Jarvis, K., Parise, K.L., and R.W. Hofstetter. 2011. Oleoresin exudation rate increases and viscosity declines following a fire event in a ponderosa pine ecosystem. Journal of the Arizona- Nevada Academy of Science 43:6–11.


Davis, T.S., Hofstetter, R.W., and J.T. Foster. 2010. Host-tree phytochemistry has non-additive effects on mycangial fungi isolated from Dendroctonus brevicomis. (Abstract). International Forestry Review 12:354.

Davis T.S., R.W. Hofstetter, K.D. Klepzig, J.T. Foster, and P. Keim. 2010. Interactions between multiple fungi isolated from two bark beetles, Dendroctonus brevicomis and D. frontalis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Journal of Yeast and Fungal Research 1:118–126.


Waring, K.M., Reboletti, D.M., Mork, L.A., Hofstetter, R.W., Garcia, A.M., Fulé, P.Z., and T. S. Davis.2009. Modeling the impacts of two bark beetle species under warming climate in the southwestern U.S.A.: ecological and economic consequences. Environmental Management 44:824–835.

Davis, T.S. and R.W. Hofstetter. 2009. Effects of gallery density and species ratio on the fitness and fecundity of two sympatric bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae). Environmental Entomology 38:639–650.