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Gail Langellotto
Gail Langellotto
Professor of Horticulture, Oregon State University
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Responses of invertebrate natural enemies to complex-structured habitats: a meta-analytical synthesis
GA Langellotto, RF Denno
Oecologia 139, 1-10, 2004
8132004
Bee richness and abundance in New York City urban gardens
KC Matteson, JS Ascher, GA Langellotto
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101 (1), 140-150, 2008
5242008
The city as a refuge for insect pollinators
DM Hall, GR Camilo, RK Tonietto, J Ollerton, K Ahrné, M Arduser, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 24-29, 2017
4822017
Bottom‐up forces mediate natural‐enemy impact in a phytophagous insect community
RF Denno, C Gratton, MA Peterson, GA Langellotto, DL Finke, AF Huberty
Ecology 83 (5), 1443-1458, 2002
3402002
Determinates of inner city butterfly and bee species richness
KC Matteson, GA Langellotto
Urban ecosystems 13, 333-347, 2010
3172010
Feeding‐induced changes in plant quality mediate interspecific competition between sap‐feeding herbivores
RF Denno, MA Peterson, C Gratton, J Cheng, GA Langellotto, AF Huberty, ...
Ecology 81 (7), 1814-1827, 2000
2372000
The bee fauna of residential gardens in a suburb of New York City (Hymenoptera: Apoidea)
ED Fetridge, JS Ascher, GA Langellotto
Annals of the entomological Society of America 101 (6), 1067-1077, 2008
2362008
Habitat persistence underlies intraspecific variation in the dispersal strategies of planthoppers
RF Denno, GK Roderick, MA Peterson, AF Huberty, HG Dobel, ...
Ecological Monographs 66 (4), 389-408, 1996
2051996
Small scale additions of native plants fail to increase beneficial insect richness in urban gardens
KC Matteson, GA Langellotto
Insect Conservation and Diversity 4 (2), 89-98, 2011
1482011
Direct and indirect effects of vegetation structure and habitat complexity on predator-prey and predator-predator interactions
RF Denno, DL Finke, GA Langellotto
Ecology of predator-prey interactions, 211-239, 2005
1482005
Gardening increases vegetable consumption in school-aged children: A meta-analytical synthesis
GA Langellotto, A Gupta
HortTechnology 22 (4), 430-445, 2012
1412012
Interactions between a hunting spider and a web‐builder: consequences of intraguild predation and cannibalism for prey suppression
RF Denno, MS Mitter, GA Langellotto, C Gratton, DL Finke
Ecological entomology 29 (5), 566-577, 2004
1342004
A trade‐off between flight capability and reproduction in males of a wing‐dimorphic insect
GA Langellotto, RF Denno, JR Ott
Ecology 81 (3), 865-875, 2000
1232000
Bumble bee abundance in New York City community gardens: implications for urban agriculture
KC Matteson, GA Langellotto
Urban Horticulture, 217-234, 2017
1102017
Refuge from cannibalism in complex‐structured habitats: implications for the accumulation of invertebrate predators
GA Langellotto, RF Denno
Ecological Entomology 31 (6), 575-581, 2006
622006
Benefits of dispersal in patchy environments: mate location by males of a wing‐dimorphic insect
GA Langellotto, RF Denno
Ecology 82 (7), 1870-1878, 2001
532001
Enhanced carbon enrichment in parasitoids (Hymenoptera): a stable isotope study
GA Langellotto, JA Rosenheim, MR Williams
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98 (2), 205-213, 2005
312005
Significance of habitat persistence and dimensionality in the evolution of insect migration strategies.
RF Denno, C Gratton, GA Langellotto
Insect movement: mechanisms and consequences. Proceedings of the Royal …, 2001
292001
The influence of garden size and floral cover on pollen deposition in urban community gardens
PA Werrell, GA Langellotto, SU Morath, K MATTESON
Urban Horticulture: Ecology, Landscape, and Agriculture, 173, 2017
282017
Estimating the Impact of Lygus hesperus on Cotton: The Insect, Plant, and Human Observer as Sources of Variability
JA Rosenheim, K Steinmann, GA Langellotto, AG Zink
Environmental entomology 35 (5), 1141-1153, 2006
262006
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