Professional publications

Listed here are citations of publications from research that has been funded by the Nongame Wildlife Program, Natural Heritage and Nongame Research Program and/or the Conservation Biology Research in Minnesota Grants program. These include scientific journal, newspaper, and magazine articles, and abstracts and presentations that are published in meeting proceedings. The citations have been organized by subject:

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Mammals

Augustine, D.J. 1997. Predictors of white-tailed deer grazing intensity in fragmented deciduous forests. Journal of Wildlife Management 62(3):1076-1085.

Augustine, D.J., L.E. Frelich, and P.A. Jordan. 1998. Evidence for two alternate stable states in an ungulate grazing system. Ecological Applications 8(4):1260-1269

Augustine, D.J. and L.E. Frelich. 1997. Effects of white-tailed deer on populations of an understory forb in fragmented deciduous forests. Conservation Biology 12(5):995-1004

Brunet, A.K., R.M. Zink, K.M. Kramer, R.C. Blackwell-Rago, S.L. Farrell, T.V. Line, E.C. Birney. 2002. Evidence of introgression between masked shrews (Sorex cinereus), and prairie shrews (S. haydeni), in Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist, 147(1):116-122.

Jannett, F.J. Jr. 1990. Posterolateral gland positions among microtine rodents. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 5. Macdonald, D.W., D. Muller-Schwarze, and S.E. Natynczuk (Eds.). Oxford University Press, London. Pp. 109-124.

Jannett, F.J. Jr. 1986. Morphometric patterns among microtine rodents. I. Sexual selection suggested by relative scent gland development in representative voles (Microtus). In: The Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates, Laramie, Wyoming. Pp. 541-550.

Jannett, F.J. Jr., and R.J. Oehlenschlager. 1997. Range extension and unusual occurrences of the heather vole, Phenacomys intermedius, in Minnesota. The Canadian Field Naturalist 111:459-461.

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Birds

Adkins Giese, C., and F. Cuthbert. 2003. Influence of surrounding vegetation on woodpecker nest tree selection in oak forests of the Upper Midwest, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 79(3): 523-534.

Allen, J., G. Nuechterlein, and D. Buitron. 2006. Resident nongame waterbird use following biomanipulation of a shallow lake. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(4): 1158-1162.

Boal, C.W., D.E. Andersen, and P.L. Kennedy. 2003. Home range and residency status of northern goshawks breeding in Minnesota. The Condor 105:811-816.

Boe, J.S. 1994. Nest site selection by eared grebes in Minnesota. The Condor 96:19-35.

Bridgman, G.K., E.H. Rave, and J.M. Rafferty. 2000. Piscivorous bird predation at northern Minnesota aquaculture facilities. The Prairie Naturalist 32(1):17-28.

Brooks, B.L. and S.A. Temple. 1986. The breeding distribution of the loggerhead shrike in Minnesota: a preliminary report. The Loon 58:151-154.

Custer, C.M. and J. Galli. 2002. Feeding habitat selection by great blue herons and great egrets nesting in East Central Minnesota. Waterbirds 25(1): 115-124.

Fraser, G. 1997. Feeding ecology of Forster's terns on Lake Osakis, Minnesota. Colonial Waterbirds 20(1):87-94.

Guertin, D.S. and L.E. Pfannmuller. 1985. Colonial waterbirds in Minnesota. The Loon 57:67-78.

Hanowski, J.M. and G.J. Niemi. 1993. Birds of the Sandstone Unit of Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Pine County. The Loon 65:84-90.

Henderson, C.L. 1981. Breeding birds in Minnesota, 1975-1979: abundance, distribution, and diversity. The Loon 53(1):11-49.

Henderson, C. 1981. Return of the Trumpeter. The Minnesota Volunteer March-April.

Henneman, C., M.A. McLeod, and D.E. Andersen. 2006. Red-shouldered hawk occupancy surveys in central Minnesota, USA. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(2):526-533.

Herr, A.M. and L.P. Queen. 1993. Crane habitat evaluation using GIS and remote sensing. Photogrammetric Engingeering & Remote Sensing 59(10):1531-1538.

Johnson, R.G. and S.A. Temple. 1986. Assessing habitat quality for birds nesting in fragmented tallgrass prairies. Pages 245-249 in Wildlife 2000: modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial invertebrates. Verner, J. (Ed). University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.

Kittelson, S. 1996. The return of a giant in the bird world to Minnesota. The Loon 68:81-85.

Knutson, M.G., S.J. Gutreuter, and E.E. Klaas. 2000. Patterns of artificial nest depredation in a large floodplain forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:576-583.

Knutson, M.G., R.K. Hines, C.M. Sveum, T.J. Fox, and C.E. Korschgen. 1999. Floodplain forest songbirds of the Upper Mississippi River. Passenger Pigeon 61:307-310.

Knutson, M.G., and E.E. Klaas. 1998. Floodplain forest loss and changes in forest community composition and structure in the Upper Mississippi River: a wildlife habitat at risk. Natural Areas Journal 18:138-150.

Knutson, M.G., and E.E. Klaas. 1997. Declines in abundance and species richness of birds following a major flood on the Upper Mississippi River. Auk 114:367-380.

Knutson, M.G., J.P. Hoover, and E.E. Klaas. 1996. The importance of floodplain forests in the conservation and management of neotropical migratory birds in the Midwest. Pages 168-188 in Management of Midwestern landscapes for the conservation of neotropical migratory birds. General Technical Report NC-187 (F.R. Thompson, Ed.). U.S. Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Lane, W.H. 1991. Boreal owls breeding here. Cook County News-Herald, 27 May.

Lane, W.H. 1990. My night life with the Boreal Owl. The Minnesota Volunteer September/October:11-13.

Lane, W.H. 1988. 1988 Boreal owl survey in Cook County. The Loon 60:99-104.

Lane,W.H., D.E. Andersen, and T.H. Nicholls. 2001. Distribution, abundance, and habitat use of singing male boreal owls in northeast Minnesota. Journal of Raptor Research 35(2):130-140.

Maxson, S.J. 2000. Interspecific interactions of breeding piping plovers: conservation implications. Waterbirds 23(2): 270-276.

Maxson, S.J. and K.V. Haws. 2000. Population studies of piping plovers at Lake of the Woods, Minnesota: 19 year history of a declining population. Waterbirds 23(3): 475-481.

Maxson, S.J., S.A. Mortensen, D.L. Goodermote, and C.S. Lapp. 1996. Success and failure of ring-billed gull deterrents at common tern and piping plover colonies in Minnesota. Colonial Waterbirds 19(2):242-247.

McKearnan, J.E. and F.J. Cuthbert. 1989. Status and breeding success of common terns in Minnesota. Colonial Waterbirds 12(2):185-190.

Perry, P.S. and S.D. Bloch. 1987. A survey of purple martins nesting in Central Minnesota. The Loon 59:93-98.

Robinson, S.K., F.R. Thompson III, T.M. Donovan, D.R. Whitehead, and J. Faaborg. 1995. Regional forest fragmentation and the nesting success of migratory birds. Science 267:1987-1990.

Svedarsky, D.W. 1993. Observations on nesting of the American bittern in northwest Minnesota. The Prairie Naturalist 24(4):241-250.

Svedarsky, W.D. 1990. A whooping crane in Minnesota. The Loon 62:179-181.

Svedarsky, W.D. and R.H. Hier. 1990. Wildlife studies at the Burnahm Creek Wildlife Management Area. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Minnesota Ornithologists Union. Minneapolis, MN. December 1990.

Tenney, M.K. 1988. Turkey vulture; bird with an image problem. The Minnesota Volunteer 51:47-51.

Wiens, T.P. and F. Cuthbert. 1988. Nest-site tenacity and mate retention in the piping plover. Wilson Bulletin 100(4):545-553.

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Amphibians

Hoppe, D.M. and R.G. McKinnell. 1991. Minnesota's mutant leopard frogs. The Minnesota Volunteer November-December 1991.

Moriarty, J.J. 1985. Amphibians and reptiles of the Missouri River Drainage of southwestern Minnesota. Occasional Papers of the Minnesota Herpetological Society 1(1):1-12.

Whitford, P.C. 1996. A Ribbiting Adventure. The Minnesota Volunteer May-June 1996:9-17.

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Reptiles

Buech, R.R. 1992. Streambank stabilization can impact wood turtle nesting areas. Abstract in Proceedings of the 54th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, December 6-9 in Toronto, Ontario: 260.

Gamble, T. 2006. The relative efficiency of basking and hoop traps for painted turtles (Chrysemys picta). Herpetological Review 37(3): 308-312.

Gamble, T. and A.M. Simons. 2004. Comparison of harvested and nonharvested painted turtle populations. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32(4):1269-1277.

Keyler D.E., and B.L. Oldfield. 1995. Distribution and status of Crotalus horridus in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. 83 pp.

Keyler D.E., and B.L. Oldfield. 1992. Status of the timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) in Minnesota. In: Conservation of the timber rattlesnake in the Northeast, T.F. Tyning (Ed.). Massachusetts Audubon Society, Lincoln, MA. 7 pp.

Keyler, D. and B. Oldfield. 1992. Velvet tails in the blufflands. The Minnesota Volunteer May/June:32-43.

Lang, J.W. 1982. Blue devils in Rock Valley: our search for the five-lined skink. The Minnesota Volunteer July/August: 40-46.

Moriarty, J.J. 1985. Amphibians and reptiles of the Missouri River Drainage of southwestern Minnesota. Occasional Papers of the Minnesota Herpetological Society 1(1):1-12.

Oldfield B., and D. Keyler. 1997. Timber rattlesnakes: velvet tails of Minnesota's Blufflands. In: Proceedings of the Minnesota's amphibians and reptiles: their conservation and status symposium, Moriarty and Jones (Eds). Pp. 22-26.

Oldfield B.L., and D.E. Keyler. 1993. Timber rattlesnakes of the Upper Mississippi River Valley. Status and Management of Upper Mississippi River Nongame Wildlife: Focusing on the Future. 12 pp.

Oldfield B.L., and D.E. Keyler. 1993. Timber rattlesnakes of the Upper Mississippi River Valley. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Herpetological Society. 5 pp.

Piepgras, S.A. and Lang, J.W. 2000. Spatial ecology of Blanding's turtles in central Minnesota. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3(4): 589-601.

Piepgras, S.A. 1998. Summer and seasonal movements and habitats, home ranges and buffer zones of a central Minnesota population of Blanding's turtles. M.S. Thesis, University of North Dakota. 156 pp.

Refsnider, J.M. 2009. High frequency of multiple paternity in Blanding's Turtle (Emys blandingii). Journal of Herpetology 43(1): 74-81.

Sajwaj, T.D., and J.W. Lang. 2000. Thermal ecology of Blanding's turtle in central Minnesota. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3(4): 626-636.

Sajwaj, T.D. 1998. Seasonal and daily patterns of body temperature and thermal behavior in a central Minnesota population of Blanding's turtles (Emydoidea blandingii). M.S. Thesis, University of North Dakota. 103 pp.

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Fish

Cochran, P.A. and T.C. Pettinelli. 1988. Northern and southern brook lampreys (Ichthyomyzon fossor and I. gagei) in Minnesota. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 54:23-27.

Hatch, J.T. 2001. What we know about Minnesota's first endangered fish species: the Topeka shiner. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 65(1):31-38.

Hatch, J.T. 2000. Tracking an endangered fish and remembering Chief Seattle. Imprint 17(2):2-4.

Hatch, J.T. 1986. Distribution, habitat, and status of the gilt darter (Percina evides) in Minnesota. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 51:11-16.

Hatch, J.T., K.P. Schmidt, D.P. Siems, J.C. Underhill, R.A. Bellig, and R.A. Baker. 2003. A new distributional checklist of Minnesota fishes, with comments on historical occurrence. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 67:1-17.

Hatch, J.T. and E.E. Elias. 2002. Ovarian cycling, clutch characteristics and oocyte size of the river shiner Notropis blennius (Girard) in the Upper Mississippi River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17(1):85-92.

Hatch, J.T. and S. Besaw. 2001. Food use in Minnesota populations of the Topeka shiner (Notropis topeka). Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16(2):229-233.

Hatch, J.T. and J.C. Underhill. 1988. Abundance, distribution, growth, and mortality of larval lake herring in western Lake Superior. American Fisheries Society Symposium 5:96-103.

Johnson, J.D. and J.T. Hatch. 1991. Life history of the least darter at the northwestern limit of its range. American Midland Naturalist 125:87-103.

Johnson, J.D. and J.T. Hatch. 1987. The life history of two populations of Iowa darters (Etheostoma exile) in Lake Itasca and the headwaters of the Mississippi (abstract). Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 53(3):17.

Kollodge, R.L. and J.T. Hatch. 1989. The life history of the rainbow darter (Etheostoma caeruleum) in the Ottertail River (abstract). Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science 54(3):24.

Kuns, M.M., T. Goeke and J.T. Hatch. 1989. A comparison of the variance in functional response with the variance in natural feeding of juvenile yellow perch (abstract). Journal of the Minnesota Academy Science 54(3):24.

Mundahl, N.D., G. Sayeed, S. Taubel, C. Erickson, A. Zalatel, and J. Cousins. 2005. Densities and habitat of American brook lamprey (Lampetra appendix) larvae in Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist 156:11-22.

Near, T.J., L.M. Page, and R.L. Mayden. 2001. Intraspecific phylogeography of Percina evides (Percidae : Etheostomatinae): an additional test of the Central Highlands pre-Pleistocene vicariance hypothesis. Molecular Ecology 10(9):2235-2240.

Price, A. and J.T. Hatch. 1987. Reproductive capacity and body size in darters (Percidae: Etheostomatini)(abstract). Journal of the Minnesota Academy Science 53(3):17.

Sigurdson, R.E. and J.T. Hatch. 1989. Seasonal shifts in the diet of the least darter from the Ottertail River (abstract), Journal of the Minnesota Academy Science 54(3):24.

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Mussels

Cope, W.G., M.C. Hove, D.L. Waller, D.J. Hornbach, M.R. Bartsch, L.A. Cunningham*, H.L. Dunn and A.R. Kapuscinski. 2003. Evaluation of relocation of unionid mussels to in situ refugia. Journal of Molluscan Studies 69:27-34.

Di Paolo, L.A. 1997. Factors contributing to the local extinction of mussels: a comparative analysis of population density, recruitment and mortality. M.S. Thesis, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. 103 pp.

Downing, J.A. 1997. Relationship between habitat characteristics and the extinction of lake mussels in Minnesota. M.S. Thesis, Iowa State University. 76+ pp.

Havlik, M.E. 1996. A 1994 survey for unionid mollusks from the headwaters of the Root River system, southeastern Minnesota, to the Mississippi River. Proceedings of the Mississippi River Research Consortium, April 1996, La Crosse, WI. Vol 28:19.

Havlik, M.E. 1995. A 1994 survey for unionids from the headwaters of the Root River system, southeastern Minnesota to the Mississippi River. In Biggins, R.G. (Compiler), Triannual Unionid Report No. 8, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, NC 28806. P. 2.

Havlik, M.E. 1994. Unionids and margaritiferids (Mollusca: bivalvia), Saint Croix River, Afton and Wild River State Parks, Minnesota, June 1992. Proceedings of the Mississippi River Research Consortium, Volume 26:12-13.

Hornbach, D.J. and T. Deneka. 1996. A comparison of a qualitative and a quantitative collection method for examining freshwater mussel assemblages. Journal of North American Benthological Society 15:587-596

Hornbach, D.J., J.G. March, T. Deneka, N.H. Troelstrup and J.A. Perry. 1996. Factors influencing the distribution and abundance of the endangered winged mapleleaf mussel, Quadrula fragosa in the St. Croix River, Minnesota and Wisconsin. American Midland Naturalist 136:278-286.

Hornbach, D.J. 1992. Factors influencing the distribution of unionids in the St. Croix River, Minnesota, U.S.A, pp. 25-28. In, F. Giusti & G. Manganelli (eds). Abstracts of the 11th International Malacological Congress, Siena, 1992. University of Siena, Siena, Italy.

Hove, M.C. 1997. Ictalurids serve as suitable hosts for the purple wartyback. Triannual Unionid Report. Report No. 11:4.

Hove, M.C. and T.W. Anderson. 1997. Mantle-waving behavior and suitable fish hosts of the ellipse. Triannual Unionid Report. Report No. 11:3.

Hove, M.C., K.R. Hillegas, J.E. Kurth, V.E. Pepi, C.J. Lee, K.A. Knudsen, A.R. Kapuscinski, P.A. Mahoney, and M.M. Bomier. 2000. Considerations for conducting host suitability studies. In: Freshwater Mollusk Symposia Proceedings: Part I. Proceedings of the Conservation, Captive Care and Propagation of Freshwater Mussels. R.A. Tankersley, D.I. Warmolts, G.T. Watters, B.J. Armitage, P.D. Johnson, and R.S. Butler (Eds). Ohio Biological Survey Special Publication, Columbus. Pp. 27-34.

Hove, M.C. and J.E. Kurth. 1998. Darters, sculpins, and sticklebacks serve as suitable hosts for Venustaconcha ellipsiformis glochidia. Triannual Unionid Report 14:8.

Hove, M.C., J.E. Kurth, and A.R. Kapuscinski. 1998. Brown bullhead suitable host for Tritogonia verrucosa; Cumberlandia monodonta host(s) remain elusive. Triannual Unionid Report, Report No. 15:13.

Hove, M.C. and J.E. Kurth. 1997. Cyclonaias tuberculata glochidia transform on catfish barbels. Triannual Unionid Report, Report No. 13, p. 21.

Knudsen, K.A. and M.C. Hove. 1997. Spectaclecase (Cumberlandia monodonta) conglutinates unique, host(s) elusive. Triannual Unionid Report. Report No. 11:2.

Kurth, J.E. and M.C. Hove. 1997. Host fish suitability studies and host attracting behaviors of Tritogonia verrucosa, the pistolgrip. Triannual Unionid Report, Report No. 12:10.

Lee, C. and M.C. Hove. 1997. Spectaclecase (Cumberlandia monodonta) host(s) still elusive. Triannual Unionid Report, Report No. 12:9.

Pepi, V.E. and M.C. Hove. 1997. Suitable fish hosts and mantle display behavior of Tritogonia verrucosa. Triannual Unionid Report. Report No. 11:5.

Sieracki, J.L., M.C. Hove, M.M. Tenpas, and P.W. Sorenson. 1998. A preliminary report of an investigation of whether brooding pistolgrip and purple wartyback release chemical attractants. Triannual Unionid Report, Report No. 15:15.

Tuxbury, K.A. 1997. Development of DNA markers and the genetic analysis of seven populations of the freshwater mussel Lampsilis radiata siliquoidea (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in north central Minnesota. M.S. Thesis, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. 76 pp.

Tyrrell, M. And D.J. Hornbach. 1998. Selective predation by muskrats on freshwater mussels in 2 Minnesota rivers. Journal of North American Benthological Society 17:301-310.

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Snails

Laursen, J.R., G.A. Averbeck, and G.A. Conboy. 1989. Survey of pulmonate snails of central Minnesota, I. Lymnaeidae. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 7:25-33.

Nekola, J.C., B.F. Coles, and U. Bergthorsson. 2009. Evolutionary pattern and process within the Vertigo gouldii (Mollusca: Pulmonata, Pupillidae) group of minute North American land snails. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 53: 1010-1024.

Nekola, J.C. 2005. Geographic variation in richness and shell size of eastern North American land snail communities. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement No. 68:39-51.

Nekola, J.C. 2002. Effects of fire management on the richness and abundance of central North American grassland land snail faunas. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 25.2:53-66.

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Insects

Britten, H.B. and J.W. Glasford. 2002. Genetic population structure of the Dakota skipper (Lepidoptera: Hesperia dacotae): A North American native prairie obligate. Conservation Genetics 3:363-374.

Fauske, G.M., P.P. Tinerella, and D.A. Rider. 2003. A list of the lady beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of North Dakota with new records from North Dakota and Minnesota. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 76(1):38-46.

Hamilton, K.G.A. 2005. Bugs reveal an extensive, long-lost northern tallgrass prairie. Bioscience 55(1):49-59.

Hamilton, K.G.A. 2000. Five general of new-world "shovel-headed" and "spoon-bill" leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Dorycephalini and Hecalini). The Canadian Entomologist 132:429-503.

Hamilton, K.G.A. 1995. Evaluation of leafhoppers and their relatives (Insecta: Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha) as indicators of prairie preserve quality. In: Proceedings of the 14th Annual North American Prairie Conference. 211-226.

Houghton, D.C. 2003. Evaluation of Minnesota geographic classifications based on caddisfly (Trichoptera) data. The Great Lakes Entomologist 36(1,2): 76-92.

Houghton, D.C. and R.W. Holzenthal. 2003. Updated conservation status of protected Minnesota caddisflies. The Great Lakes Entomologist 36(1,2): 35-40.

Houghton, D.C., R.W. Holzanthal, M.P. Monson, and D.B. MacLean. 2001. Updated checklist of the Minnesota caddisflies (Tricoptera) and geographic affinities. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 127(4):495-512.

Lane, C.P., and D.A. Andow. 2003. Oak savanna subhabitat variation and the population biology of Lycaeides melissa samuelis (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 96(6):799-809.

Monson, M.P. and R.W. Holzenthal. 1993. A new species of Oxyethira (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae) from Minnesota. Journal of the American Benthological Society 12:438-443.

Reed, C.C. 2002. Penstemon grandiflorus Nutt. reproductive ecology: prediction of pollinator limitation from experiments and field studies. Natural Areas Journal 22:220-229.

Reed, C.C. 1997. Responses of prairie insects and other arthropods to prescription burns. Natural Areas Journal 17(4):380-385.

Tinerella, P.P. 2000. First report of Calleida (Calleida) purpurea (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Minnesota and a note on its occurrence on pasque flower. Entomological News 111(3):193-195.

Tinerella, P.P. and D.A. Rider. 2001. New records of five ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from tallgrass prairie remnants in western Minnesota. Entomological News 112(5):319-322.

Tinerella, P.P. and D.A. Rider. 2000. Occurrence of the tiger beetle Cicindela cursitans (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in northwestern Minnesota. Entomological News 111(5):367-369.

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Vascular Plants

Farris, M.A. 1998. The effects of rock climbing on the vegetation of three Minnesota cliff systems. Canadian Journal of Botany 76:1981-1990.

Johnson-Groh, C.L. and J.M. Lee. 2002. Phenology and Demography of Two Species of Botrychium (Ophioglossaceae). American Journal of Botany 89:1624-1633.

Olfelt, J.P., G.R. Furnier, J.J. Luby. 2001. What data determine whether a plant taxon is distinct enough to merit legal protection? a case study of Sedum integrifolium (Crassulaceae). American Journal of Botany 88(3):401-410

Olfelt, J.P., G.R. Furnier, and J.J. Luby. 1998. Reproduction and development of the endangered Sedum integrifolium ssp. Leedyi (Crassulaceae). American Journal of Botany 85(3):346-351.

Walton, G.B. 1995. Reed's status. Duluth News-Tribune, Feb 26:15A.

Webb, S.L. and S.E. Scanga. 2001. Windstorm disturbance without patch dynamics: twelve years of change in a Minnesota forest. Ecology 82(3):883-897.

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Communities

Olson, E.J., E.S. Engstrom, M.R. Doeringsfeld, and R. Bellig. 1995. Abundance and distribution of macroinvertebrates in relation to macrophyte communities in a prairie marsh, Swan Lake, Nicollet County, Minnesota. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 10(4):325-335.

Webb, S.L. and S.E. Scanga. 2001. Windstorm disturbance without patch dynamics: twelve years of change in a Minnesota forest. Ecology 82(3):883-897.