Publications

Recent Publications:

Big Ideas about Mutualism Papers: (previously Conceptual Papers)

Barker, J.L, J.L. Bronstein, M.L. Friesen, E.I. Jones, H.K. Reeve, A.G. Zink, and M.E. Frederickson (2017). Synthesizing perspectives on the evolution of cooperation within and between species. Evolution doi:10.1111/evo.13174

Díaz-Muñoz, S., A. Boddy, G. Dantas, C. Waters, and J. L. Bronstein (2016). Contextual organismality: Beyond pattern to process in the emergence of organisms. Evolution doi:10.1111/evo.13078

Aslan, C.E., J.L. Bronstein, H.S. Rogers, K.B. Gedan, J. Brodie, T.M. Palmer, and T.P. Young (2016). Leveraging nature’s backup plans to incorporate species interactions and resilience into restoration. Restoration Ecology 24:434-440.

Rafferty, N.E., C.D. Bertelsen, and J.L. Bronstein (2016). Later flowering is associated with a compressed flowering season and reduced reproductive output in an early season floral resource. Oikos 125:821-828.

Barker, J.L. and J.L. Bronstein (2016). Temporal structure in cooperative interactions: what does the timing of exploitation tell us about its cost? PLoS Biology 14(2): e1002371. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002371.

Jones, E.I., M.E. Afkhami, E. Akcay, J.L. Bronstein, R. Bshary, M.E. Frederickson, K.D. Heath, J. Hoeksema, J.H. Ness, S. Pankey, S.S. Porter, J.L. Sachs, K. Scharnagl, and M.L. Friesen. (2015) Cheaters must prosper: reconciling theoretical and empirical perspectives on cheating in mutualism. Ecology Letters 18: 1270-1284.

Rafferty, N.E, P.J. CaraDonna, and J.L. Bronstein (2015). Phenological shifts and the fate of mutualisms. Oikos 124:14-21. Selected as a “must-read” by the Faculty of 1000.

Brodie, J.F., C.E. Aslan, H.S. Rogers, K.H. Redford, J.L. Maron, J.L. Bronstein, and C.R. Groves (2014). Secondary extinctions of biodiversity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29: 664-672.

Chamberlain, S.C., J. Rudgers, and J.L. Bronstein (2014). How context-dependent are species interactions? Ecology Letters 17: 881-890.

Rafferty, N.E., P.J. CaraDonna, LA. Burkle, A.M. Iler, and J.L. Bronstein (2013). Phenological overlap of interacting species in a changing climate: an assessment of available approaches. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.668

Pollination Papers:

Richman, S.K. R.E. Irwin, and J.L. Bronstein (in press). Foraging strategy predicts foraging economy in a facultative seconary nectar robber. Oikos.

CaraDonna, P.J., W.K. Petry, R.M. Brennan, J.L. Cunningham, J.L. Bronstein, N.M. Waser, and N.J. Sanders (2017). The temporal assembly and disassembly of plant-pollinator interactions and the importance of timing, abundance and rewiring. Ecology Letters doi: 10.1111/ele.12740

Richman, S.K., R.E. Irwin, C.J. Nelson, and J.L. Bronstein (2016). Facilitated exploitation of pollination mutualisms: fitness consequences for plants. Journal of Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12657

Rafferty, N.E., C.D. Bertelsen, and J.L. Bronstein (2016). Later flowering is associated with a compressed flowering season and reduced reproductive output in an early season floral resource. Oikos 125:821-828.

Eliyahu, D., A.C. McCall, M. Lauck, A. Trachtenbrodt, and J.L. Bronstein (2015). Minute pollinators: The role of thrips (Thysanoptera) as pollinators of pointleaf manzanita, Arctostaphylos pungens (Ericaceae). Journal of Pollination Biology 16: 64-71.

J.L. Bronstein (2015) The study of mutualism. In: Bronstein, J.L. Mutualism. Oxford University Press, NY.

Bronstein, J.L. editor. (2015) Mutualism. Oxford University Press, NY.

Suni, S.S., J.L. Bronstein, and B.S. Brosi (2014). Spatial and temporal genetic differentiation among forest fragments for a tropical bee species. Biotropica 46: 202-209.

Protection Mutualism Papers:

Costa, F.V., M.A.R. Mello, J.L. Bronstein, T.J. Guerra, R.L. Muylaert, A.C. Leite, F.S. Neves (2016). Few ant species play a central role linking different plant resources in a network in rupestrian grasslands. PLoS ONE 11(12): e0167161. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0167161

Ford, K.R., J.H. Ness, J.L. Bronstein, and W.F. Morris. (2015). The demographic consequences of mutualism: ants increase host plant fruit production but not population growth. Oecologia 179:435-446.

Fitzpatrick, G.M., M.C. Lanan, and J.L. Bronstein (2014). Thermal tolerance affects mutualist attendance in an ant-plant protection mutualism. Oecologia 176: 129-138.

Fitzpatrick, G., G. Davidowitz, and J.L. Bronstein (2013). An herbivore’s thermal tolerance is higher than that of the ant defenders in a desert protection mutualism. Sociobiology 60: 252-258.

Marazzi, B., J.L. Bronstein, and S. Koptur (2013). The diversity, ecology and evolution of extrafloral nectaries: Current perspectives and future challenges. Annals of Botany 111: 1243-1250.

Marazzi, B., J.L. Bronstein, and S. Koptur (2013). The diversity, ecology and evolution of extrafloral nectaries: Current perspectives and future challenges. Special Highlight Issue, Annals of Botany.

Other papers Judie has written:

Mars, M.M., and J.L. Bronstein (in press). The promise of the organizational ecosystem metaphor: An argument for biological rigor. Journal of Management Inquiry.

Genrich, C.M., M.A.R. Mello, F.A.O. Silvera, J.L. Bronstein, and A.P. Paglia (2017). Duality of interaction outcomes in a plant-frugivore multilayer network. Oikos 126: 361-368.

Frankin, K.A., P. Sommers, C.E. Aslan, B. Lopez R., J.L. Bronstein, E. Bustamante, A. Búrquez, R.A. Medellín, and B. Marazzi (2016). Plant biotic interactions in the Sonoran Desert: Current knowledge and future research perspectives. International Journal of Plant Sciences 177:217-234.

Whitlock, M.C., J.L. Bronstein, E.M. Bruna, A.M. Ellison, C.W. Fox, M.A. McPeek, A.J. Moore, M.A.F. Noor, M.D. Rausher, L.H. Riesberg, M.G. Ritchie, R.G. Shaw. (2016). A balanced data archiving policy for long-term studies. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 84-85.

Frederickson, M.F. and J.L. Bronstein (2016) From lichens to the law: cooperation as a theme in the diverse career of Roscoe Pound. American Naturalist 188: ii-iii.

Marazzi, B., K. Franklin, P.N. Sommers, B.R. Lopez, J.L. Bronstein, E. Bustamante Ortega, A. Burquez, R.A. Medellín, and C. Aslan. (2015) Plant biotic interactions in the Sonoran Desert: Conservation challenges and future directions. Journal of the Southwest 57: 457-501.

Mars, M.M., J.L. Bronstein, and P.L. Sullivan (2015). The ecosystem of dark networks: a biological perspective. CTX (Counterterrorism Exchange Journal) 5:31-36.

K.G. Murray and J.L. Bronstein. (2015) Update: Plant/animal interactions. in: The Natural History of a Tropical Cloud Forest, second edition (N. Nadkarni and N. Wheelwright, editors), Oxford University Press. pp. 245-302 (in English and Spanish).