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
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
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
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
Determinates of inner city butterfly and bee species richness
KC Matteson, GA Langellotto
Urban ecosystems 13, 333-347, 2010
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
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
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
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
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
Gardening increases vegetable consumption in school-aged children: A meta-analytical synthesis
GA Langellotto, A Gupta
HortTechnology 22 (4), 430-445, 2012
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
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
Bumble bee abundance in New York City community gardens: implications for urban agriculture
KC Matteson, GA Langellotto
Urban Horticulture, 217-234, 2017
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
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
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
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
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
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
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