Kirsten M. Prior
Kirsten M. Prior
Assistant Professor, Binghamton University (SUNY)
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When does invasive species removal lead to ecological recovery? Implications for management success
KM Prior, DC Adams, KD Klepzig, J Hulcr
Biological Invasions 20, 267-283, 2018
Translocation experiments with butterflies reveal limits to enhancement of poleward populations under climate change
SL Pelini, JDK Dzurisin, KM Prior, CM Williams, TD Marsico, BJ Sinclair, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (27), 11160-11165, 2009
Insights from community ecology into the role of enemy release in causing invasion success: the importance of native enemy effects
KM Prior, THQ Powell, AL Joseph, JJ Hellmann
Biological Invasions 17, 1283-1297, 2015
The influence of species interactions on geographic range change under climate change
JJ Hellmann, KM Prior, SL Pelini
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1249 (1), 18-28, 2012
The response of two butterfly species to climatic variation at the edge of their range and the implications for poleward range shifts
JJ Hellmann, SL Pelini, KM Prior, JDK Dzurisin
Oecologia 157, 583-592, 2008
Large herbivores promote habitat specialization and beta diversity of African savanna trees
RM Pringle, KM Prior, TM Palmer, TP Young, JR Goheen
Ecology 97 (10), 2640-2657, 2016
Mutualism between co-introduced species facilitates invasion and alters plant community structure
KM Prior, JM Robinson, SA Meadley Dunphy, ME Frederickson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1800), 20142846, 2015
Studies of ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in their native ranges help predict invasion impact
J Hulcr, A Black, K Prior, CY Chen, HF Li
Florida Entomologist 100 (2), 257-261, 2017
Does enemy loss cause release? A biogeographical comparison of parasitoid effects on an introduced insect
KM Prior, JJ Hellmann
Ecology 94, 1015-1024, 2013
Impact of an invasive oak gall wasp on a native butterfly: a test of plant‐mediated competition
KM Prior, JJ Hellmann
Ecology 91 (11), 3284-3293, 2010
Seed handling behaviours of native and invasive seed‐dispersing ants differentially influence seedling emergence in an introduced plant
KM Prior, K Saxena, ME Frederickson
Ecological Entomology 39 (1), 66-74, 2014
Climate change and temporal and spatial mismatches in insect communities
SL Pelini, KM Prior, DJ Parker, JDK Dzurisin, RL Lindroth, JJ Hellmann
Climate change, 215-231, 2009
An invasive slug exploits an ant-seed dispersal mutualism
SA Meadley Dunphy, KM Prior, ME Frederickson
Oecologia 181, 149-159, 2016
Invasive ants disperse seeds farther than native ants, affecting the spatial pattern of seedling recruitment and survival
SA Meadley-Dunphy, KM Prior, ME Frederickson
Oecologia 192 (1), 119-132, 2020
Delimiting the cryptic diversity and host preferences of Sycophila parasitoid wasps associated with oak galls using phylogenomic data
YM Zhang, SI Sheikh, AKG Ward, AA Forbes, KM Prior, GN Stone, ...
Molecular ecology 31 (16), 4417-4433, 2022
Economy of scale: third partner strengthens a keystone ant‐plant mutualism
KM Prior, TM Palmer
Ecology 99 (2), 335-346, 2018
Asynchrony between ant seed dispersal activity and fruit dehiscence of myrmecochorous plants
SCC Gordon, SA Meadley‐Dunphy, KM Prior, ME Frederickson
American Journal of Botany 106 (1), 71-80, 2019
Biology of larvae and adults of Erynnis propertius at the northern edge of its range
KM Prior, JDK Dzurisin, SL Pelini, JJ Hellmann
The Canadian Entomologist 141 (2), 161-171, 2009
Does enemy release contribute to the success of invasive species? A review of the enemy release hypothesis
KM Prior, JJ Hellmann
Invasive species in a globalized world, 252-280, 2015
Speciation in Nearctic oak gall wasps is frequently correlated with changes in host plant, host organ, or both
AKG Ward, RK Bagley, SP Egan, GR Hood, JR Ott, KM Prior, SI Sheikh, ...
Evolution 76 (8), 1849-1867, 2022
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