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Mackay, A.J., E.J. Muturi, E.M. Moen, M. Holland and B.F. Allan. 2022. Influence of vegetation management on Culex mosquitoes in surface stormwater habitats. Wetlands Ecology and Management

Flenniken, J.M., H.C. Tuten, H.R. Vineer, V.C. Phillips, C.M. Stone and B.F. Allan. 2022. Environmental drivers of Gulf Coast tick (Acari: Ixodidae) range expansion in the United States. Journal of Medical Entomology 59(5): 1625-1635.

Chakraborty, S., W.E. Sander, B.F. Allan and F.C.D. Andrade. 2021. Summarizing monkey deaths in connection with Kyasanur Forest Disease: A retrospective study. Emerging Infectious Diseases 27(7): 1969.

Juma, E.O., B.F. Allan, C.H. Kim, C.M. Stone, C. Dunlap and E.J. Muturi. 2021. The larval environment strongly influences the bacterial communities of Aedes triseriatus and Aedes japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae). Scientific Reports 11(1): 1-15.

Cabrera, S., D. Hiatt, W.W. Dillon, T. Clark, B.F. Allan and S.L. Flory. 2021. Observations of wild turkey nesting in invasive cogongrass. Southeastern Naturalist 20(1): N42-N49.

Gardner, A.M., N.C. Pawlikowski, S.A. Hamer, G.J. Hickling, J.R. Miller, A.M. Schotthoefer, J.I. Tsao and B.F. Allan. 2020. Landscape features predict the current and forecast the future geographic spread of Lyme disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287(1941): 20202278.

Juma, E.O., C.H. Kim, C. Dunlap, B.F. Allan and C.M. Stone. 2020. Culex pipiens L. and Culex restuans egg rafts harbor diverse bacterial communities compared to their midgut tissues. Parasites & Vectors 13: 532.

Vargas, N.A.L., L. Adamovicz, B. Willeford, B.F. Allan and M.C. Allender. 2020. Lack of molecular detection of Frog Virus 3-like ranavirus (FV3) in mosquitoes during natural outbreak and non-outbreak conditions. FACETS 5(1): 812-820.

Parker, A.C., K. McGill and B.F. Allan. 2020. Container type affects mosquito oviposition choice. Journal of Medical Entomology 57(5): 1459-1467.

Juma, E.O., B.F. Allan, C.H. Kim, C.M. Stone, C. Dunlap and E.J. Muturi. 2020. Effect of life stage and pesticide exposure on the gut microbiota of Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens L. Scientific Reports 10(1): 1-12.

Suarez, G.P., O. Udiani, B.F. Allan, C. Price, S.J. Ryan, E. Lofgren, A. Coman, C.M. Stone, L.K. Gallos and N.H. Fefferman. 2020. A generic arboviral model framework for exploring trade-offs between vector control and environmental concerns. Journal of Theoretical Biology 490: 110161.

Kowal, V.A., S.M. Jones, F. Keesing, B.F. Allan, J.M. Schieltz and R. Chaplin-Kramer. 2019. A coupled forage-grazer model predicts viability of livestock production and wildlife habitat at the regional scale. Scientific Reports 9(1): 1-12.

Landesman, W.J., K. Mulder, L.P. Fredericks and B.F. Allan. 2019. Cross-kingdom analysis of nymphal-stage Ixodes scapularis microbial communities in relation to Borrelia burgdorferi infection and load. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95(12): 1-14.

Landesman, W.J., K. Mulder, B.F. Allan, L.A. Bashor, F. Keesing, K. LoGiudice and R.S. Ostfeld. 2019. Potential effects of blood meal host on bacterial community composition in Ixodes scapularis nymphs. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 10(3): 523-527.

Parker, A.C. and B.F. Allan. 2019. Do gutter guards affect mosquito production in roof gutter habitats? Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 35(1): 67-70.

Welsh, E.C., F. Keesing, and B.F. Allan. 2019. Oxpecker (Buphagus erythrorhynchus, Buphagus africanus) and tick abundances in acaricide-treated livestock areas. African Journal of Ecology 57(1): 155-159.

Josek, T., A.M. Gardner, T.J. Hedlund, A.T. Parker, E.A. Updyke and B.F. Allan. 2019. Fatal attraction: Lone star ticks (Amblyomma americanum) exhibit preference for human female breath over male breath. Experimental and Applied Acarology 77(1): 59-64.

Parker, A.C., A.M. Gardner, M. Perez, B.F. Allan and E.J. Muturi. 2019. Container size alters the outcome of interspecific competition between Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 56(3): 708-715.

Gardner, A.M., E.J. Muturi and B.F. Allan. 2018. Discovery and exploitation of a natural ecological trap for a mosquito disease vector. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285(1891): 20181962.

Keesing, F., R.S. Ostfeld, S. Okanga, S. Huckett, B.R. Bayles, R. Chaplin-Kramer, L.P. Fredericks, T. Hedlund, V. Kowal, H. Tallis, C.M. Warui, S.A. Wood and B.F. Allan. 2018. Consequences of integrating livestock and wildlife in an African savanna. Nature Sustainability 1(10): 566-573.

Soliman, A., A. Mackay, A. Schmidt, B.F. Allan and S. Wang. 2018. Quantifying the geographic distribution of built up area across the U.S. for urban sustainability studies. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 71(2018): 199-208.

Josek, T., K.O. Walden, B.F. Allan, M. Alleyne and H.M. Robertson. 2018. A foreleg transcriptome for Ixodes scapularis ticks: Candidates for chemoreceptors and binding proteins that might be expressed in the sensory Haller’s organ. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 9(5): 1317-1327.

Halsey, S.J., B.F. Allan and J.R. Miller. 2018. The role of Ixodes scapularis, Borrelia burgdorferi and wildlife hosts in Lyme disease prevalence: A quantitative review. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 9(2018):1103-1114.

Keesing, F., R. Ostfeld, T. Young and B.F. Allan. 2018. Cattle and rainfall affect tick abundance in central Kenya. Parasitology 145(3): 345-354.

Updyke, E.A., and B.F. Allan. 2018. An experimental evaluation of cross-vane panel traps for the collection of sylvatic triatomines. Journal of Medical Entomology 55(2): 485-489.

Josek, T., B.F. Allan and M. Alleyne. 2017. Morphometric analysis of chemoreception organ in male and female ticks (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 55(3): 547-552.

VanderWaal, K., M. Gilbertson, S. Okanga, B.F. Allan and M. Craft. 2017. Seasonality and pathogen transmission in pastoral cattle contact networks. Royal Society Open Science 4(12): 170808.

Schieltz, J., S. Okanga, B.F. Allan and D. Rubenstein. 2017. GPS tracking cattle as a monitoring tool for conservation and management. African Journal of Range & Forage Science 34(3): 173-177.

Titcomb, G., B.F. Allan, T. Ainsworth, L. Henson, T. Hedlund, R.M. Pringle, T.M. Palmer, L. Njoroge, M.G. Campana, R. Fleisher, J.N. Mantas and H.S. Young. 2017. Interacting effects of wildlife loss and climate on ticks and tick-borne disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1862): 20170475.

Gardner, A.M., E.J. Muturi, L.D. Overmier and B.F. Allan. 2017. Large-scale removal of invasive Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) decreases abundance of mosquitoes and avian hosts. EcoHealth 14(4): 750-761.

Allan, B.F., H. Tallis, R. Chaplin-Kramer, S. Huckett, G. Kowal, J. Musengezi, S. Okanga, R. Ostfeld, S. Polasky, J. Schieltz, C. Warui, S. Wood and F. Keesing. 2017. Can integrating wildlife and livestock enhance delivery of ecosystem services in central Kenya? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15(6): 328-335.

Parker, C., J. Miller, and B.F. Allan. 2017. The influence of avian and habitat characteristics on tick infestation. Journal of Medical Entomology 54(3): 550-558.

Bayles, B., K. Brauman, J. Adkins, B.F. Allan, A. Ellis, T. Goldberg, C. Golden, D. Grigsby-Toussaint, S. Myers, S. Osofksy, T. Ricketts and J. Ristaino. 2016. Ecosystem services connect environmental change to human health outcomes. EcoHealth 13: 443-449.

Springer, Y.P., D. Hoekman, P.T.J. Johnson, P.A. Duffy, R.H. Kao, D.T. Barnett, B.F. Allan…M.J. Yabsley. 2016. Continental-scale surveillance of infectious agents: Tick-, mosquito-, and rodent-borne parasite sampling designs for the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON). Ecosphere 7(5): 1-40.

Guerra, A., R. Eckerlin, A. Dowling, L. Durden, R. Robbins, K. Dittmar de la Cruz, K. Helgen, K. Lone, B. Agwanda, B.F. Allan, T. Hedlund, H. Young. 2016. Host-parasite associations in small mammal communities in semiarid savanna ecosystems of East Africa. Journal of Medical Entomology 53(4): 851-860.

Fredericks, L.P., D. Forgacs, J. Yu and B.F. Allan. 2016. An expanded reverse line blot hybridization protocol for the detection of numerous North American tick-borne pathogens. Journal of Medical Entomology 53(3): 721-726.

Mackay, A.J., E.J. Muturi, M.P. Ward and B.F. Allan. 2016. A cascade of ecological consequences for West Nile virus transmission when aquatic macrophytes invade stormwater habitats. Ecological Applications 26(1): 219-232.

Gardner, A.M., B.F. Allan, L.A. Frisbie and E.J. Muturi. 2015. Asymmetric effects of native and exotic shrubs on vector mosquito ecology. Parasites & Vectors 8(1): 329.

LaDeau, S.L., B.F. Allan, P.T. Leisnham and M.Z. Levy. 2015. The ecological foundations of transmission potential and vector-borne disease in urban landscapes. Functional Ecology 29(7): 889-901.

Schneider, S.C., C.M. Roy, J.R. Miller, L.P. FredericksT and B.F. Allan. 2015. Assessing the contribution of songbirds to the movement of ticks and Borrelia burgdorferi in the midwestern United States during fall migration. EcoHealth 12(1): 164-173.

Bayles, B.R., and B.F. Allan. 2014. Biological and socioeconomic factors determine spatial variation in human incidence of tick-borne ehrlichiosis. Epidemiology and Infection 142(09): 1911-1924.

Muturi, E.J., J.L. Spencer and B.F. Allan. 2014. Influence of biofuel crops on mosquito production and oviposition. Global Change Biology: Bioenergy 6(1): 61-66.

Keesing, F., B.F. Allan, T.P. Young and R.S. Ostfeld. 2013. Effects of wildlife and cattle on tick abundance in central Kenya. Ecological Applications 23(6): 1410-1418.

Bayles, B.R., G. Evans and B.F. Allan. 2013. Knowledge and prevention of tick-borne diseases vary across an urban-to-rural human land-use gradient. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 4(4): 352-358.

Muturi, E.J., B.F. Allan and J. Ricci. 2012. Influence of detritus type on production and fitness of container-breeding mosquitoes. Environmental Entomology 41(5): 1062-1068.

Goessling, L.S., B.F. Allan, R.S. Mandelbaum and R.E. Thach. 2012. Development of mitochondrial 12S rDNA analysis for distinguishing Sciuridae species with potential to transmit Ehrlichia and Borrelia species to feeding Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 49(3): 772-776.

Fritzsche, A. and B.F. Allan. 2012. The ecology of fear: Host foraging behavior varies with the spatio-temporal abundance of a dominant ectoparasite. EcoHealth 9(1): 70-74.

Orrock, J., B.F. Allan and C. Drost. 2011. Biogeographic and ecological regulation of disease: Prevalence of Sin Nombre virus in island mice is related to island area, precipitation, and predator richness. American Naturalist 177(5): 691-697.

Kensinger, B.J. and B.F. Allan. 2011. Efficacy of dry-ice baited traps for sampling Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodidae) varies with life-stage but not habitat. Journal of Medical Entomology 48(3): 708-711.

Allan, B.F., H.P. Dutra, L.S. Goessling, K. Barnett, J.M. Chase, R.J. Marquis, G.C. Pang, G.A. Storch, R.E. Thach and J.L. Orrock. 2010. Invasive honeysuckle eradication reduces tick-borne disease risk by altering host dynamics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(43): 18523-18527.

Allan, B.F., L.S. Goessling, G.A. Storch and R.E. Thach. 2010. Blood meal analysis to identify reservoir hosts for Amblyomma americanum ticks. Emerging Infectious Diseases 16(3): 433-440.

Allan, B.F., T.S. Varns and J.M. Chase. 2010. Fear of parasites: Lone star ticks increase giving-up densities in white-tailed deer. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 56(3-4): 313-324.

Allan, B.F. 2009. Influence of prescribed burns on the abundance of Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodidae) in the Missouri Ozarks. Journal of Medical Entomology 46(5): 1030-1036.

Allan, B.F., R.B. Langerhans, W.A. Ryberg, W.J. Landesman, N.W. Griffin, R.S. Katz, B.J. Oberle, M. Schutzenhofer, K.N. Smyth, A. de St. Maurice, L. Clark, K.R. Crooks, D. Hernandez, R.G. McLean, R.S. Ostfeld and J.M. Chase. 2009. Ecological correlates of risk and incidence of West Nile Virus in the United States. Oecologia 158(4): 699-708.

Orrock, J.L. and B.F. Allan. 2008. Sin Nombre virus infection in deer mice, Channel Islands, California. Emerging Infectious Diseases 14(12): 1965-1966.

Landesman, W.J., B.F. Allan, R.B. Langerhans, T.M. Knight and J.M. Chase. 2007. Inter-annual associations between precipitation and human incidence of West Nile Virus in the United States. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 7(3): 337-343.

McCauley, D.J., F. Keesing, T.P. Young, B.F. Allan and R.M. Pringle. 2006. Indirect effects of large herbivorous mammals on snakes in an African savanna. Ecology 87(10): 2657-2663.

Goheen, J.R., F. Keesing, B.F. Allan, D.L. Ogada and R.S. Ostfeld. 2004. Net effects of large mammals on Acacia seedling survival in an African savanna. Ecology 85(6): 1555-1561.

Allan, B.F., F. Keesing and R.S. Ostfeld. 2003. The effect of forest fragmentation on Lyme disease risk. Conservation Biology 17(1): 267-272.