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Cornell, H V.  1994.   Patterns of parasitoid accumulation on introduced herbivores. Hawkins, B. A. and W. Sheehan (Ed.). Parasitoid community ecology. x+516p. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, UK; New York, New York, USA. ISBN 0-19-854058-2. 1994. p. 77-89.

 

Cornell, H V; Hawkins, B A.  1993.  Accumulation of Native Parasitoid Species on Introduced Herbivores A Comparison of Hosts as Natives and Hosts as Invaders.  Amer. Naturalist, v.141, n.6, (1993): 847-865.

 

Cornell, H V; Hawkins, B A.  1995.  Survival patterns and mortality sources of herbivorous insects: Some demographic trends.  Amer. Naturalist, v.145, n.4, (1995): 563-593.

 

Cornell, H V; Hawkins, B A.  1994.   Survivorship patterns and mortality sources of herbivorous insects: Some demographic rules of thumb. (79th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Soc.of Amer., Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, August 7-11, 1994. ) Bull. of the Ecological Soc. of Amer., v.75, n.2 PART 2, (1994):  42.

 

Cornell, H V; Hawkins, B A; Hochberg, M E. 1998.   Towards an empirically-based theory of herbivore demography.  Ecological Entomol., v.23, n.3, (1998): 340-349.

 

Dawah, H A; Hawkins, B A; Claridge, M F.  1995.  Structure of the parasitoid communities of grass-feeding chalcid wasps.   J. of Animal Ecology, v.64, n.6, (1995): 708-720.

 

Hawkins, B A.  1993.   Parasitoid Species Richness Host Mortality and Biological Control. Amer. Naturalist, v.141, n.4, (1993): 634-641.

 

Hawkins, B A.  1994.   Parasitoid community ecology.   Hawkins, B. A. and W. Sheehan (Ed.). Parasitoid community ecology.  x+516p. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, UK; New York, New York, USA. ISBN 0-19-854058-2. 1994.

 

Hawkins, B A.  1996.   Refuges Host Population Dynamics and the Genesis of Parasitoid Diversity.   LASALLE, J. AND I. D. GAULD (ED.). HYMENOPTERA AND BIODIVERSITY. XI+348P.  C.A.B. INTERNATIONAL: WALLINGFORD, ENGLAND, UK; TUCSON, ARIZ.

 

Hawkins, B A; Devries, P J.  1996.  Altitudinal gradients in the body size of Costa Rican butterflies.  Acta Oecologica, v.17, n.3, (1996): 185-194.

 

Hawkins, B A; Holyoak, M.  1998.   Transcontinental crashes of insect populations? Amer. Naturalist, v.152, n.3, (1998): 480-484.

 

Hawkins, B A; Lawton, J H.  1995.  Latitudinal gradients in butterfly body sizes: Is there a general pattern?   Oecologia (Berlin), v.102, n.1, (1995): 31-36.

 

Hawkins, B A; Marino, P C.  1997.  The colonization of native phytophagous insects in North America by exotic  parasitoids.  Oecologia (Berlin), v.112, n.4, (1997): 566-571.

 

Hawkins, B A; Mills, N J.  1996.  Variability in parasitoid community structure.  J. of Animal Ecology, v.65, n.4, (1996): 501-516.

 

Hawkins, B A; Thomas, M B; Hochberg, M E.  1993.   Refuge theory and biological control. Science (Washington D C), v.262, n.5138, (1993): 1429-1432.

 

Hawkins, B A; Cornell, H V; Hochberg, M E.  1997a.  Predators, parasitoids, and pathogens as mortality agents in phytophagous insect populations.   Ecology (Washington D C), v.78, n.7, (1997): 2145-2152.

 

Hawkins, B A; Martinez, N D; Gilbert, F.  1997b.   Source food webs as estimators of community web structure.  Acta Oecologica, v.18, n.5, (1997): 575-586.

 

Hochberg, M E.  1994.  The implications of population dynamics theory to parasitoid diversity and biological control.   Hawkins, B. A. and W. Sheehan (Ed.). Parasitoid community ecology.

 x+516p. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, UK; New York, New York,USA. ISBN 0-19-854058-2. 1994. p. 451-471.

 

Hochberg, M E; Hawkins, B A.  1993.  Predicting parasitoid species richness.  Amer. Naturalist, v.142, n.4, (1993): 671-693.

 

Jervis, M A; Hawkins, B A; Kidd, N A C.  1996.  The usefulness of destructive host feeding parasitoids in classical biological control: Theory and observation conflict.  Ecological Entomol., v.21, n.1, (1996): 41-46.

 

Martinez, N D; Hawkins, B A; Dawah, H A; Feifarek, B P.  1995.  Accurate estimation of food web structure with moderate observation effort. (Annual Meeting of the Ecological Soc. of Amer. on the Transdisciplinary Nature of Ecology, Snowbird, Utah, USA, July 30-August..  Bull. of the Ecological Soc. of Amer., v.76, n.2 SUPPL. PART 2,  (1995): 170.

 

Naeem, S; Hawkins, B A.  1994.  Minimal community structure: How parasitoids divide resources.  Ecology (Tempe), v.75, n.1, (1994): 79-85.

 

Porter, E E; Hawkins, B A  1998.  Patterns of diversity for aphidiine (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) parasitoid assemblages on aphids (Homoptera).  Oecologia (Berlin), v.116, n.1-2, (1998): 234-242.