Joshua R. King
Joshua R. King
Associate Professor, University of Central Florida
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Ants as bioindicators of habitat disturbance: validation of the functional group model for Australia's humid tropics
JR King, AN Andersen, AD Cutter
Biodiversity & Conservation 7 (12), 1627-1638, 1998
2461998
Climate fails to predict wood decomposition at regional scales
MA Bradford, RJ Warren II, P Baldrian, TW Crowther, DS Maynard, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (7), 625-630, 2014
2292014
Experimental evidence that human impacts drive fire ant invasions and ecological change
JR King, WR Tschinkel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (51), 20339-20343, 2008
1872008
Experimental evidence that the introduced fire ant, Solenopsis invicta, does not competitively suppress co‐occurring ants in a disturbed habitat
JR King, WR Tschinkel
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (6), 1370-1378, 2006
1462006
Evaluation of sampling methods and species richness estimators for ants in upland ecosystems in Florida
JR King, SD Porter
Environmental Entomology 34 (6), 1566-1578, 2005
1402005
Social insects dominate eastern US temperate hardwood forest macroinvertebrate communities in warmer regions
JR King, RJ Warren, MA Bradford
PLoS One 8 (10), e75843, 2013
732013
Host location behavior in a parasitoid of imported fire ants
LW Morrison, JR King
Journal of Insect Behavior 17 (3), 367-383, 2004
622004
Recommendations on the use of alcohols for preservation of ant specimens (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)
JR King, SD Porter
Insectes Sociaux 51 (2), 197-202, 2004
542004
A case study of human exacerbation of the invasive species problem: transport and establishment of polygyne fire ants in Tallahassee, Florida, USA
JR King, WR Tschinkel, KG Ross
Biological invasions 11 (2), 373-377, 2009
382009
Body size, colony size, abundance, and ecological impact of exotic ants in Florida’s upland ecosystems
JR King, SD Porter
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (5), 757-774, 2007
382007
Temperate forest termites: ecology, biogeography, and ecosystem impacts
DS Maynard, TW Crowther, JR King, RJ Warren, MA Bradford
Ecological Entomology 40 (3), 199-210, 2015
362015
Natural history of the slave making ant, Polyergus lucidus, sensu lato in northern Florida and its three Formica pallidefulva group hosts
JR King, JC Trager
Journal of Insect Science 7 (1), 2007
322007
Experimental evidence for weak effects of fire ants in a naturally invaded pine‐savanna ecosystem in north Florida
JR King, WR Tschinkel
Ecological Entomology 38 (1), 68-75, 2013
302013
A systematic review of context bias in invasion biology
RJ Warren, JR King, C Tarsa, B Haas, J Henderson
PLoS One 12 (8), e0182502, 2017
262017
The Ant, Aphaenogaster picea, Benefits From Plant Elaiosomes When Insect Prey is Scarce
RE Clark, JR King
Environmental Entomology 41 (6), 1405-1408, 2012
252012
Ant distribution in relation to ground water in north Florida pine flatwoods
WR Tschinkel, T Murdock, JR King, C Kwapichld, M Muscedere
Journal of insect science 12 (1), 2012
242012
Targeted removal of ant colonies in ecological experiments, using hot water
WR Tschinkel, JR King
Journal of Insect Science 7 (1), 2007
242007
Forest invader replaces predation but not dispersal services by a keystone species
RJ Warren, A McMillan, JR King, L Chick, MA Bradford
Biological Invasions 17 (11), 3153-3162, 2015
222015
Size–abundance relationships in Florida ant communities reveal how ants break the energetic equivalence rule
JR King
Ecological Entomology 35 (3), 287-298, 2010
222010
Experimental evidence that dispersal drives ant community assembly in human‐altered ecosystems
JR King, WR Tschinkel
Ecology 97 (1), 236-249, 2016
212016
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