Bruce A. Snyder
Bruce A. Snyder
Associate Professor, Georgia College & State University
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Pandora's box contained bait: the global problem of introduced earthworms
PF Hendrix, MA Callaham Jr, JM Drake, CY Huang, SW James, ...
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics, 593-613, 2008
Current and potential roles of soil macroinvertebrates (earthworms, millipedes, and isopods) in ecological restoration
BA Snyder, PF Hendrix
Restoration Ecology 16 (4), 629-636, 2008
Dietary flexibility aids Asian earthworm invasion in North American forests
W Zhang, PF Hendrix, BA Snyder, M Molina, J Li, X Rao, E Siemann, S Fu
Ecology 91 (7), 2070-2079, 2010
Spatial variability of an invasive earthworm (Amynthas agrestis) population and potential impacts on soil characteristics and millipedes in the Great Smoky Mountains National …
BA Snyder, MA Callaham, PF Hendrix
Biological Invasions 13 (2), 349-358, 2011
Competition between invasive earthworms (Amynthas corticis, Megascolecidae) and native North American millipedes (Pseudopolydesmus erasus, Polydesmidae): effects on carbon …
BA Snyder, B Boots, PF Hendrix
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (7), 1442-1449, 2009
Soil moisture and temperature: tolerances and optima for a non-native earthworm species, Amynthas agrestis (Oligochaeta: Opisthopora: Megascolecidae)
DR Richardson, BA Snyder, PF Hendrix
Southeastern Naturalist 8 (2), 325-334, 2009
Asian pheretimoid earthworms in North America north of Mexico: an illustrated key to the genera Amynthas
CH Chang, BA Snyder, K Szlavecz
Zootaxa 4179 (3), 495-529, 2016
Development of an optimal sampling protocol for millipedes (Diplopoda)
BA Snyder, ML Draney, P Sierwald
Journal of Insect Conservation 10 (3), 277-288, 2006
Earthworm invasion in North America: Food resource competition affects native millipede survival and invasive earthworm reproduction
BA Snyder, MA Callaham Jr, CN Lowe, PF Hendrix
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 212-216, 2013
Evidence for ongoing introduction of non-native earthworms in the Washington, DC metropolitan area
MA Callaham, BA Snyder, SW James, ET Oberg
Biological invasions 18 (11), 3133-3136, 2016
Characterizing prevalence and ecological impact of non-native terrestrial isopods (Isopoda, Oniscidea) in tallgrass prairie
BA Snyder, C Singer, NM Bello
Crustaceana 85 (12-13), 1499-1511, 2012
A preliminary checklist of the millipedes (Diplopoda) of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA
BA Snyder
Zootaxa 1856 (1), 16–32-16–32, 2008
The second wave of earthworm invasions in North America: biology, environmental impacts, management and control of invasive jumping worms
CH Chang, MLC Bartz, G Brown, MA Callaham, EK Cameron, A Dávalos, ...
Biological Invasions 23 (11), 3291-3322, 2021
Tools for monitoring and study of peregrine pheretimoid earthworms (Megascolecidae)
TS McCay, G Brown, MA Callaham Jr, CH Chang, A Dávalos, A Dobson, ...
Pedobiologia 83, 150669, 2020
Soil fauna and their potential responses to warmer soils
BA Snyder, MA Callaham Jr
Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming, 279-296, 2019
Millipeds from the eastern Dakotas and western Minnesota, USA, with an account of Pseudopolydesmus serratus (Say, 1821) (Polydesmida: Polydesmidae); first …
RM Shelley, BA Snyder
Invasion by the non-native earthworm Amynthas agrestis (Oligochaeta: Megascolecidae): dynamics, impacts, and competition with millipedes
BA Snyder
University of Georgia, 2008
Temperature affects hatching success of cocoons in the invasive Asian earthworm Amynthas agrestis from the Southern Appalachians
JH Blackmon, MK Taylor, R Carrera-Martínez, BA Snyder, MA Callaham
Southeastern Naturalist 18 (2), 270-280, 2019
Myriapoda of Canada
DW Langor, JR Dewaard, BA Snyder
ZooKeys, 169, 2019
Myriapoda and Terrestrial Isopoda of the Prairies of Canada
BA Snyder
Arthropods of Canadian Grasslands (Volume 3): Biodiversity and Systematics …, 2014
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