Selected References - Summer World: A Season of Bounty - Bernd Heinrich

Summer World: A Season of Bounty - Bernd Heinrich (2009)

Selected References

1. Preparing for Summer

Bünning, E. 1973. The Physiological Clock, 3rd ed. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Denny, F. E., and E. N. Stanton. 1928. “Localization of Response of Woody Tissue to Chemical Treatment That Breaks the Rest Period,” American Journal of Botany 15: 337-344.

Gwinner, E., and W. Wiltschko. 1980. “Circannual Changes in Migratory Orientation in the Garden Warbler, Sylvia borin,” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 7: 73-78.

Gwinner, E. 1986. Zoophysiology, Vol. 18, Circannual Rhythms. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

Pengelley, E. T., R. C. Aloia, and B. Barnes. 1979. “Circannual Rhythmicity in the Hibernating Ground Squirrel, Citellus lateralis, under Constant and Hyperthermic Ambient Temperature,” Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 61A: 599-603.

Schmidt-Koenig, K. 1975. Migration and Homing in Animals. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York.

2. Awakening

Pearson, T. G. 1917. Birds of America. Garden City Books, Garden City, N.Y.

3. Wood Frogs

Banta, D. M. 1914. “Sex Recognition and Mating Behavior of the Wood Frog, Rana sylvatica,” Biological Bulletin 26: 171-183.

Berven, K. A. 1981. “Mate Choice in the Wood Frog, Rana sylvatica,” Evolution 35: 707-722.

Berven, K. A., and T. A. Grudzen. 1991. “Dispersal in the Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica): Implications for Genetic Population Structure,” Evolution 44: 2047-2056.

Cornell, T. J., K. A. Berven, and G. J. Gamboa. 1989. “Kin Recognition by Tadpoles and Froglets of the Wood Frog Rana sylvatica,” Oecologia 78: 312-316.

Emlen, S. T. 1968. “Territoriality in the Bullfrog, Rana catesbeiana,” Copeia 1968: 240-243.

———. 1976. “Lek Organization and Mating Strategies of the Bullfrog,” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 1: 283-313.

Emlen, S. T., and L. W. Oring. 1977. “Ecology, Sexual Selection, and the Evolution of Mating Systems,” Science 197: 215-223.

Howard, R. D. 1978. “The Evolution of Mating Strategies in Bullfrogs, Rana catesbeiana,” Evolution 32: 859-871.

———. 1980. “Mating Behaviour and Mating Success in Woodfrogs, Rana sylvatica,” Animal Behaviour 28: 705-616.

Howard, R. D., and A. G. Kluge. 1985. “Proximate Mechanisms of Sexual Selection in Wood Frogs,” Evolution 39: 260-277.

Taigen, T. L., and K. D. Wells. 1985. “Energetics of Vocalization by an Anuran Amphibian (Hyla versicolor),” Journal of Comparative Physiology 155: 163-170.

Waldman, B. 1982. “Adaptive Significance of Communal Oviposition in the Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica),” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 10: 169-174.

Wells, K. D. 1977. “The Social Behaviour of Anuran Amphibians,” Animal Behaviour 25: 666-693.

———. 1977. “Territoriality and Mating Success in the Green Frog (Rana clamitans),” Ecology 58: 750-762.

5. Bald-Faced Hornet Nests

Heinrich, B. 1984. “Strategies of Thermoregulation and Foraging in Two Wasps, Dolichovespula maculata and Vespula vulgaris,” Journal of Comparative Physiology B 154: 175-180.

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6. Mud Daubers and Behavior

Blackledge, T. A., and K. M. Pickett. 2000. “Predatory Interactions between Mud-Dauber Wasps (Hymenoptera, Sphecidae) and Argiope (Aranaeae, Araneidae) in Captivity,” Journal of Arachnology 28: 211-216.

Brockmann, H. J. 1980. “Diversity in the Nesting Behavior of Mud-Daubers (Trypoxylon politum Say: Sphecidae),” Florida Entomologist 63: 53-64.

Heinrich, B., and T. M. Casey. 1978. “Heat Transfer in Dragonflies: ‘Flyers’ and ‘Perchers,’” Journal of Experimental Biology 74: 17-36.

Muma, M. H., and W. F. Jeffers. 1945. “Studies of the Prey of Several Mud-Dauber Wasps,” Annals of the Entomological Society of America 38: 245-257.

O’Neil, K. M., J. F. O’Neil, and R. P. O’Neil. 2007. “Sublethal Effect of Brood Parasitism on the Grass-Carrying Wasp, Isodontia mexicana,” Ecological Entomology 32(1): 123-127.

Shafer, G. D. 1949. The Ways of a Mud Dauber. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, Calif.

7. The Blues

Als, T. D., R. Vila, N. P. Kandul, et al. 2004. “The Evolution of Alternative Parasitic Life Histories in Large Blue Butterflies,” Nature 432: 386-390.

Bingham, C. T. 1907. “Fauna of British India,” Butterflies 2.

Braby, M. F. 2000. Butterflies of Australia. Melbourne, CSIRO, Vol. 2, pp. 622-623.

Eastwood, R., and A. J. King. 1998. “Observations on the Biology of Arhopala wildei Miskin (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) and Its Host Ant Polyrhachis queenslandica Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae),” Australian Entomologist 25(1): 1-6.

Lohman, D. J., Q. Liao, and N. E. Pierce. 2006. “Convergence of Chemical Mimicry in a Guild of Aphid Predators,” Ecological Entomology 31: 41-51.

8. Artful Diners

Dussourd, D. E., and R. F. Denno. 1991. “Deactivation of Plant Defenses: Correspondence between Insect Behavior and Secretory Canal Architecture,” Ecology 72: 1383-1396.

Greene, E. 1989. “A Diet-Induced Developmental Polymorphism in a Caterpillar,” Science 243: 643-646.

Heinrich, B. 1971. “The Effect of Leaf Geometry on the Feeding Behaviour of the Caterpillar of Manduca sexta (Sphingidae),” Animal Behaviour 19: 119-124.

———. 1979. “Foraging Strategies of Caterpillars: Leaf Damage and Possible Predator Avoidance Strategies,” Oecologia 40: 325-337.

———. 1980. “Artful Diners,” Natural History 86: 42-51.

Heinrich, B., and S. L. Collins. 1983. “Caterpillar Leaf Damage and the Game of Hide-and-Seek with Birds,” Ecology 64: 592-602.

Holmes, R. T., J. C. Schultz, and P. Nothnagle. 1979. “Bird Predation on Forest Insects: An Exclosure Experiment,” Science 206: 462-463.

Real, P. G., R. Ianazzi, A. C. Kamil, and B. Heinrich. 1984. “Discrimination and Generalization of Leaf Damage by Blue Jays (Cyanocitta cristata),” Animal Learning and Behavior 12: 202-208.

Salazar, B. A., and D. W. Whitman. 2001. “Defensive Tactics of Caterpillars against Predators and Parasitoids.” In T. N. Ananthakrishnan (ed.), Insects and Plant Defence Dynamics, pp. 101-207.

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Stamp, N. E., and T. M. Casey (eds.). 1993. Caterpillars: Ecological and Evolutionary Constraints on Foraging. Chapman and Hall, New York.

Wagner, David, L. 2005. Caterpillars of Eastern North America. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.

9. Masters of Disguise

Aiello, A., and R. E. Silberglied. 1978. “Life History of Dynastor darius (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Brassolinae) in Panama,” Psyche 85: 331-345.

Booth, F. W., and P. D. Neufer. 2005. “Exercise Controls Gene Expression,” American Scientist 93: 28-35.

Collins, M. M. 1999. “A Hostplant-Induced Larval Polymorphism in Hyalophora euryalus (Saturniidae),” Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 53: 22-28.

Fink, L. S. 1995. “Foodplant Effects on Colour Morphs of Eumorpha fasciata Caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae),” Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 56: 423-437.

Gibb, J. A. 1962. “L. Tinbergen’s Hypothesis of the Role of Specific Search Images,” Ibis 104: 106-111.

Grayson, J., and M. Edmunds. 1989. “The Causes of Color and Color-Change in Caterpillars of the Poplar Hawkmoths (Laothoe populi and Smerinthus ocellata),” Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 37: 263-279.

Greene, E. 1989. “A Diet-Induced Developmental Polymorphism in a Caterpillar,” Science 243: 643-646.

Hudson, A. 1966. “Protein in the Haemolymph and Other Tissues of the Developing Tomato Hornworm, Protoparce quinquemaculata Haworth,” Canadian Journal of Zoology 44: 541-555.

Miller, J. C., D. H. Janzen, and W. Hallwachs. 2006. Caterpillars: Portraits from the Tropical Forests of Costa Rica. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and London.

Schneider, G. 1973. “Ueber den Einfluss verschiedener Umweltfaktoren auf den Faerbungspolyphaenismus der Raupen des tropisch-ameri-kanischen Schwaermers Erinnyis ello L. (Lepidopt. Sphingid.),” Oecologia (Berlin) 11: 351-370.

Suzuki, Y., and H. Frederik Nijhout. 2006. “Evolution of a Polymorphism by Genetic Accommodation,” Science 311: 650-651.

Truman, J. W., L. M. Riddiford, and L. Safranek. 1973. “Hormonal Control of Cuticle Coloration in Manduca sexta: Basis of an Ultrasensitive Bio-assay for Juvenile Hormone,” Journal of Insect Physiology 19: 195-203.

Wagner, D. L. 2005. Caterpillars of Eastern North America. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.

10. Cecropia Moths

Beckage, N. E. 1997. “The Parasitic Wasp’s Secret Weapon,” Scientific American (November): 82-87.

Cruz, Y. P. 1981. “A Sterile Defender Morph in a Polyembryonic Hymenopteran Parasite,” Nature 294: 446-447.

Marsh, F. L. 1937. “Ecological Observations upon Enemies of Cecropia, with Particular Reference to Its Hymenopterous Parasites,” Ecology 18: 106-112.

———. 1941. “A Few Life-History Details of Samia cecropia within the Southwestern Limits of Chicago,” Ecology 22: 331-337.

11. Calosamia Collapse

Benson, J., A. Pasquele, R. G. Van Driesche, and J. Elkinton. 2003. “Introduced Braconid Parasitoids and Range Reduction of a Native Butterfly in New England,” Biological Control 28: 197-213.

Boettner, G. H., J. S. Elkinton, and C. J. Boettner. 2000. “Effects of a Biological Control Introduction on Three Nontarget Native Species of Saturniid Moths,” Conservation Biology 14: 1798-1806.

Elkinton, J. S., D. Parry, and G. H. Boettner. 2006. “Implicating an Introduced Generalist Parasitoid in the Invasive Browntail Moth’s Enigmatic Demise,” Ecology 87: 2664-2672.

Godfray, H. C. J. 1995. “Field Experiments with Genetically Manipulated Insect Viruses: Ecological Issues,” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 465-469.

Marshall, S. A. 2006. Insects: Their Natural History and Diversity. Firefly, Buffalo, N.Y.

Peigler, R. S. 1994. “Catalogue of Parasitoids of Saturniidae of the World,” Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 33: 1-121.

Smith, M. A., D. M. Wood, D. H. Janzen, et al. 2007. “DNA Barcodes Affirm That 16 Species of Apparently Generalist Parasitoid Flies (Diptera, Tachinidae) Are Not All Generalists,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 4967-4972.

12. New England Longhorns

Brisley, R. B., and R. A. Channel. 1924. “The Oak Girdler, Oncideres quercus Skinner,” Journal of Economic Entomology 17: 159.

Linsley, E. G. 1940. “Notes on Oncideres Twig Girdlers,” Journal of Economic Entomology 33: 561-563.

———. 1959. “Ecology of the Cerambycidae,” Annual Review of Entomology 4: 99-138.

Linsley, E. G., and J. A. Chemsak. 1961-1995. The Cerambycidae of North America. (9 Parts.) University of California Publications in Entomology. (See 18:1-135; 19:1-102; 20: 1-188; 21: 1-165; 22: 1-197; 69:1-138; 80:1-186; 102:1-258; 114:1-292.)

Stride, G. O., and E. P. Warwick. 1962. “Ovipositional Girdling in a North American Cerambycid Beetle, Mecas saturnine,” Animal Behaviour 10: 112-117.

Yanega, D. 1996. Field Guide to Northeastern Longhorn Beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Manual 6. Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign.

14. The Hummingbird and the Woodpecker

Bent, A. C. 1992. Life Histories of North American Woodpeckers. Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis.

Grantsau, R. 1988. Die Kolibris Brasiliens. Expressao E Cultura, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Kilham, L. 1983. Life History Studies of Woodpeckers of Eastern North America. Nuttall Ornithological Club, No. 20. Cambridge, Mass.

———. 1992. Life History Studies of Eastern North America. Dover Publications, New York..

Robinson, T. R., R. R. Sargent, and M. B. Sargent. 1996. “Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds (Archilochus colubris).” In A. Poole and F. Gill (eds.), The Birds of North America, No. 204. American Ornithologists’ Union, Washington, D.C.

Sargent, R. 1999. Wild Bird Guides: Ruby-Throated Hummingbird. Stackpole, Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Stichter, S. 2004. “Fall 2003 Migration of Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds in New England,” Bird Observer 32(1): 12-23.

Walters, E. L., and P. E. Lowther. “Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker, Sphyrapicus varius.” In A. Poole and F. Gill (eds.), The Birds of North America, No. 662. American Ornithologists’ Union, Washington, D.C.

Willimont, L. A., S. E. Senner, and L. J. Goodrich. 1988. “Fall Migration of Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds in the Northeastern United States,” Wilson Bulletin 100(3): 482-488.

16. Extreme Summer

Adolf, E. F. 1947. Physiology of Man in the Desert.

Alcock, John. 1990. Sonoran Desert Summer. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Brain, C. K. 1981. Hunters or the Hunted? An Introduction to African Cave Taphonomy. University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London.

Brown, G. W., Jr. 1968. Desert Biology, Vol. I. Academic, New York and London. Conway, J. R. 2008. “Sweet Dreams,” Natural History 117(3): 30-35.

Cowles, Raymond. 1977. Desert Journal: Reflections of a Naturalist. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Evenari, M., L. Shanan, and N. Tadmor. 1982. The Negev: The Challenge of a Desert. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and London.

Heath, J. E., and P. J. Wilkin. 1970. “Temperature Responses of the Desert Cicada: Diceroprocta apache (Homoptera. Cicadidae),” Physiological Zoology 43: 145-154.

Heinrich, B. 1984. “Strategies of Thermoregulation and Foraging in Two Wasps, Dolichovespula maculata and Vespula vulgaris,” Journal of Comparative Physiology B 154: 175-180.

———. 1996. The Thermal Warriors: Strategies of Insect Survival. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and London.

Lee, D. H. K. 1968. “Human Adaptation to Arid Environments.” In G. W. Brown Jr., Desert Biology, Vol. I. Academic, New York and London, pp. 517-563.

Martin, H. 1958. The Sheltering Desert. Thomas Nelson, Edinburgh, New York, and Toronto.

Ono, M., I. Igarashi, E. Ohno, and M. Sasaki. 1995. “Unusual Thermal Defense by a Honeybee against a Mass Attack by Hornets,” Nature 377: 334-336.

Schmidt-Nielsen, K. 1964. Desert Animals: Physiological Problems of Heat and Water. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford.

Shkolnik, A. 1982. “Adaptations of Animals to Desert Conditions.” In M. Evenari, L. Shanan, and N. Tadmor, The Negev: The Challenge of a Desert, 2nd ed. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., pp. 301-323.

Thomas, E. M. 1958/1989. The Harmless People, 2nd ed. Vintage, New York.

Toolson, E. C. 1987. “Water Profligacy as an Adaptation to Hot Deserts: Water Loss Rates and Evaporative Cooling in the Sonoran Desert Cicada, Diceroprocta apache (Homoptera: Cicadidae),” Physiological Zoology 60: 379-385.

Walsberg, G. E. 1982. “Coat Color, Solar Heat Gain, and Conspicuousness in Phainopepla,” Auk 99: 495-502.

Wehner, R. A. 1976. “Polarized Light Navigation by Insects,” Scientific American (July).

Wehner, R. A., C. Marsh, and S. Wehner. 1992. “Desert Ants on a Thermal Tightrope,” Nature 357: 586-587.

17. Moss, Lichens, and Tweedlaarkanniedood

Bornman, C. H. 1978. Paradox of a Parched Paradise. C. Struik, Cape Town and Johannesburg.

Cocchietto, M., N. Skert, and P. L. Nimis. 2002. “A Review on Usnic Acid, an Interesting Natural Compound,” Naturwissenschaften 89: 137-146.

Henderson, L. L. 1913. The Fitness of the Environment: An Inquiry into the Biological Significance of the Properties of Matter. Macmillan, New York.

Lawrey, J. D. 1989. “Lichen Secondary Compounds: Evidence for a Correspondence between Anti Herbivory and Anti Microbial Function,” Bryologist 92: 326-328.

18. Perpetual Summer Species

Bramble, D. M., and D. E. Lieberman. 2004. “Endurance Running and the Evolution of Homo,” Nature 432: 345-352.

Chen, I. 2006. “Born to Run,” Discover (May).

Heinrich, B. 2001. “Endurance Predator,” Outside 25(9): 70-76.

Hoffecker, J. F. 2005. A Prehistory of the North. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N.J.

Liebenberg, L. 2006. “Persistence Hunting by Modern Hunter-Gatherers,” Current Anthropology 47: 6.

Lieberman, D. L., D. M. Bramble, D. A. Raichler, and J. J. Shea. 2007. “The Evolution of Endurance Running and the Tyranny of Ethnography: A Reply to Pickering and Bunn (2007),” Journal of Human Evolution 53(4): 439-442.

Pickering, T. R., and H. T. Bunn. 2007. “The Endurance Running Hypothesis and Hunting and Scavenging in Savanna-Woodland,” Journal of Human Evolution 53(4): 434-438.

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Stringer, C., and C. Gamble. 1993. In Search of the Neanderthals. Thames and Hudson, New York.

Trinkaus, E., and P. Shipman. 1993. The Neanderthals. Knopf, New York. Weyand, P. G., and J. A. Davis. 2005. “Running Performance Has a Structural Basis,” Journal of Experimental Biology 208: 2625-2631.

19. Ant Wars

Heinrich, B., and M. E. Heinrich. 1984. “The Pit-Trapping Strategy of the Ant Lion, Myrmeleon immaculatus DeGeer (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae),” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 14: 141-160.

Wilson, E. O. 1990. The Ants. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.

22. Ending Summer

Fuente, R. K., and A. C. Leopold. 1968. “Senescence Processes in Leaf Abscission,” Plant Physiology 43(9 Part B): 1496-1505.

Heinrich, B. 1996. “When the Bough Bends,” Natural History 2(96): 56-57.

———. 1997. “Construction for Strength,” Vermont Woodlands (Winter): 16-19.

———. 2001. “O Tannenbaum,” Natural History 110(10) 38-39.

———. 2006. “Timing Is Everything,” Northern Woodlands (Autumn): 46-48, 75-80.

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23. The Last Peep

Hauri, R. 1968. “Horstbau beim Kolkraben im Herbst,” Ornithologischer Beobachter 65: 28-29.

Hyatt, J. H. 1946. “Ravens Nest in October,” British Birds 39: 83-84.

Mearns, R., and B. Mearns. 1989. “Sucessful Autumn Nesting of Ravens,” Scottish Birds 15:179.