Richard Hofstetter
Richard Hofstetter
Professor of Forest Entomology, Northern Arizona University
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Microbial Volatile Emissions as Insect Semiochemicals
TS Davis, TL Crippen, RW Hofstetter, JK Tomberlin
Journal of Chemical Ecology 39 (7), 840-859, 2013
Bark beetles: biology and ecology of native and invasive species
FE Vega, RW Hofstetter
Academic Press, 2015
Antagonisms, mutualisms and commensalisms affect outbreak dynamics of the southern pine beetle
RW Hofstetter, JT Cronin, KD Klepzig, JC Moser, MP Ayres
Oecologia 147 (4), 679-691, 2006
Symbiosis and competition: complex interactions among beetles, fungi and mites
RWHMPA Klepzig, K.D., J.C. Moser, F.J. Lombardero
Symbiosis 30, 83-96, 2001
Bark beetle population dynamics in the Anthropocene: challenges and solutions
PHW Biedermann, J Müller, JC Grégoire, A Gruppe, J Hagge, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (10), 914-924, 2019
Plant essential oils as arrestants and repellents for neonate larvae of the codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
PJ Landolt, RW Hofstetter, LL Biddick
Environmental Entomology 28 (6), 954-960, 1999
Symbiotic Associations of Bark Beetles
RW Hofstetter, J Dinkins-Bookwalter, TS Davis, KD Klepzig
Bark Beetles: Biology and Ecology of Native and Invasive Species, 209-245, 2015
Strong indirect interactions of Tarsonemus mites (Acarina: Tarsonemidae) and Dendroctonus frontalis (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)
MJ Lombardero, MP Ayres, RW Hofstetter, JC Moser, KD Lepzig
Oikos 102 (2), 243-252, 2003
Effects of tree phytochemistry on the interactions among endophloedic fungi associated with the southern pine beetle
RW Hofstetter, JB Mahfouz, KD Klepzig, MP Ayres
Journal of chemical ecology 31 (3), 539-560, 2005
Temperature-dependent effects on mutualistic, antagonistic, and commensalistic interactions among insects, fungi and mites
R Hofstetter, T Dempsey, K Klepzig, M Ayres
Community Ecology 8 (1), 47-56, 2007
13 Mutualism and Antagonism: Ecological Interactions Among Bark Beetles, Mites and Fungi
K Klepzig, J Moser, M Lombardero, M Ayres, R Hofstetter, C Walkinshaw
Biotic interactions in plant-pathogen associations, 237-267, 2001
Apple fruit infested with codling moth are more attractive to neonate codling moth larvae and possess increased amounts of (E, E)-α-farnesene
PJ Landolt, JA Brumley, CL Smithhisler, LL Biddick, RW Hofstetter
Journal of Chemical Ecology 26 (7), 1685-1699, 2000
Presence and diversity of Streptomyces in Dendroctonus and sympatric bark beetle galleries across North America
J Hulcr, AS Adams, K Raffa, RW Hofstetter, KD Klepzig, CR Currie
Microbial Ecology 61 (4), 759-768, 2011
Modeling the impacts of two bark beetle species under a warming climate in the southwestern USA: ecological and economic consequences
KM Waring, DM Reboletti, LA Mork, CH Huang, RW Hofstetter, AM Garcia, ...
Environmental management 44 (4), 824-835, 2009
Role of Mites in Insect-Fungus Associations
RW Hofstetter, J Moser
Annual Review of Entomology 59 (1), 537-557, 2014
Seasonal dynamics of mites and fungi and their interaction with southern pine beetle
RW Hofstetter, KD Klepzig, JC Moser, MP Ayres
Environmental Entomology 35 (1), 22-30, 2006
Interactions between the yeast Ogataea pini and filamentous fungi associated with the western pine beetle
TS Davis, RW Hofstetter, JT Foster, NE Foote, P Keim
Microbial ecology 61 (3), 626-634, 2011
A literal use of “forest health” safeguards against misuse and misapplication
KF Raffa, B Aukema, BJ Bentz, A Carroll, N Erbilgin, DA Herms, JA Hicke, ...
Journal of Forestry 107 (5), 276-277, 2009
Attack preference of Ips pini on Pinus ponderosa in northern Arizona: tree size and bole position
TE Kolb, N Guerard, RW Hofstetter, MR Wagner
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 8 (4), 295-303, 2006
Drought-mediated changes in tree physiological processes weaken tree defenses to bark beetle attack
T Kolb, K Keefover-Ring, SJ Burr, R Hofstetter, M Gaylord, KF Raffa
Journal of chemical ecology 45 (10), 888-900, 2019
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