MORE ARTICLES BY DOUG TALLAMY
Tallamy, D. W. 2012. Achieving ecological utopia in the garden. Pp. 286-301. In A. Glesecke and N. Jacobs (Eds.), Earth Perfect? Nature, Utopia and the Garden. Black Dog Publishing, London, UK.
Tallamy, D. W. 2011. Flipping the paradigm: landscapes that welcome wildlife. Pp. 175-192 in T. Christopher (Ed.), The New American Landscape: Leading Voices on the Future of Sustainable Gardening. Timber press, Portland. OR.
Tallamy, D. W. 2011. Welcoming wildlife into the garden. Pp. 74-79 I N. Dunne (Ed.), A Native Plants Reader. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Tallamy, D. W. 2020. Respond to insect outbreaks, or not? It depends. Wild Seed
Tallamy, D. W. 2019. Sustainable Dreams. Naturally Kiawah 41:62-69
Tallamy, D. W. 2018. Are Introduced Plants Bad. New York Conservationist
Tallamy, D. W. 2017. Beyond the Rock Garden: Giving Ecological Purpose to Your Garden. Rock Garden Quarterly 72:112-125 [PDF FILE]
Tallamy, D. W. 2016. A Beautiful Compromise. Garden Design Spring edition
Tallamy, D. W. 2016. Deceptive Beauty. The Wild Seed Project
Tallamy, D. W. 2016. What Do Birds Eat. Birdwatcher’s Digest. March
Tallamy, D. W. 2012. The web. Pp.149-152. In T. C. Cooper (Ed.), The Roots of My Obsession. Timber press, Portland OR
Tallamy, D. W. 2011. Aliens. Wings, Spring edition, pp 9-13 [PDF FILE]
Tallamy, D. W. 2009. A call for backyard biodiversity. American Forests, Autumn 24-31 [PDF FILE]
Narango, D.L. D.W. Tallamy, K.J. Snyder and R.A. Rice. 2019. Canopy tree preference by insectivorous birds in shade coffee farms: Implications for migratory bird conservation. BioTropica 51: 387-398.
Narango, D. L., D. W. Tallamy and P. P. Marra. 2018. Nonnative plants reduce population growth of an insectivorous bird. PNAS. www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1809259115
Richard, M., D. W. Tallamy and A. Mitchell. 2018. Introduced plants reduce species interactions. Biological Invasions 21(3): 983-992. DOI:10.1007/s10530-018-1876-z
Baisden, E., D. W. Tallamy and E. Boyle. 2018. Do Cultivars of Native Plants Support Insect Herbivores? HotTechnology In press.
Keilsohn, W., D. L. Narango and D.W. Tallamy. 2018. Roadside habitat impacts insect mortality. J. Insect Conservation 22(2):183-188. DOI10.1007/s10841-018-0051-2
Kramer, A. J. Downing, J. R. Neal, T. Kaye, A. Novi, S. Jacobi, D. W. Tallamy, A. White, K. Havens, B. Crane, J. Zelidon, J. L. Hamrick, and P. Smouse. 2019. Sourcing native plants to support ecosystem function in urban and rural restoration contexts. Restoration Ecology. pp1-7. doi: 10.1111/rec.12931
Cutting, B. T. and D. W. Tallamy. 2015. An Evaluation of Butterfly Gardens for Restoring Habitat for the Monarch Butterfly (Lepidoptera: Danaidae). Environmental Entomology 1–8 (2015); DOI: 10.1093/ee/nvv111 [PDF FILE]
Burghardt, K. and D. W. Tallamy. 2015. Not all non-natives are equally unequal: Reductions in herbivore β-diversity depend on plant phylogenetic similarity to native community. Ecology Letters. .1111/ele.12492.
Burghardt, K. T. and D. W. Tallamy. 2013. Plant origin asymmetrically impacts feeding guilds and drives community structure of herbivorous arthropods. Diversity and Distributions. 19: 1553-1565.
Ballard, M., J. Hough-Goldstein and D.W. Tallamy. 2013. Arthropod communities on native and non-native early successional plants. Environmental Entomology 42: 851-859.
Burghardt, K. T., D. W. Tallamy, C. Philips, and K. J. Shropshire. 2010. Non-native plants reduce abundance, richness, and host specialization in lepidopteran communities. Ecosphere 1(5): 1-22. article11. doi:10.1890/ES10-00032.1
Tallamy, D. W. and K. J. Shropshire. 2009. Ranking Lepidopteran use of native versus introduced plants. Cons. Biol. 23: 941-947.
Tallamy, D.W., M. Ballard, and V. D. D’Amico. 2010. Can alien plants support generalist insect herbivores? Biological Invasions. 12: 2285-2292.