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Human health risks of invasive caterpillars increase with urban warming
By: K. Backe, J. Rousselet, A. Bernard, S. Frank & A. Roques
Intraspecific variation in morphology, physiology, and ecology of wildtype relative to horticultural varieties of red maple (Acer rubrum)
TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION.
By: E. Lahr, K. Backe & S. Frank
2019 journal article
Chronology of Gloomy Scale (Hemiptera: Diaspididae) Infestations on Urban Trees
ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY, 48(5), 1113–1120.
By: K. Backe & S. Frank
Exotic urban trees conserve similar natural enemy communities to native congeners but have fewer pests
By: S. Frank, K. Backe, C. McDaniel, M. Green, S. Widney & R. Dunn
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