Salvatore J. Agosta
Salvatore J. Agosta
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On ecological fitting, plant–insect associations, herbivore host shifts, and host plant selection
SJ Agosta
Oikos 114 (3), 556-565, 2006
Ecological fitting by phenotypically flexible genotypes: implications for species associations, community assembly and evolution
SJ Agosta, JA Klemens
Ecology Letters 11 (11), 1123-1134, 2008
How specialists can be generalists: resolving the "parasite paradox" and implications for emerging infectious disease
SJ Agosta, N Janz, DR Brooks
Zoologia (Curitiba, Impresso) 27 (2), 151-162, 2010
Habitat use, diet and roost selection by the big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) in North America: a case for conserving an abundant species
SJ Agosta
Mammal Review 32 (3), 179-198, 2002
Understanding host-switching by ecological fitting
SBL Araujo, MP Braga, DR Brooks, SJ Agosta, EP Hoberg, ...
PLoS One 10 (10), e0139225, 2015
Do scatter hoarders trade off increased predation risks for lower rates of cache pilferage?
MA Steele, TA Contreras, LZ Hadj-Chikh, SJ Agosta, PD Smallwood, ...
Behavioral Ecology, art107, 2014
Mammalian metabolic allometry: do intraspecific variation, phylogeny, and regression models matter?
AE Sieg, MP O’Connor, JN McNair, BW Grant, SJ Agosta, AE Dunham
The American Naturalist 174 (5), 720-733, 2009
Reconsidering the mechanistic basis of the metabolic theory of ecology
MP O'Connor, SJ Kemp, SJ Agosta, F Hansen, AE Sieg, BP Wallace, ...
Oikos 116 (6), 1058-1072, 2007
Embracing colonizations: a new paradigm for species association dynamics
S Nylin, S Agosta, S Bensch, WA Boeger, MP Braga, DR Brooks, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (1), 4-14, 2018
Body size distributions of large Costa Rican dry forest moths and the underlying relationship between plant and pollinator morphology
SJ Agosta, DH Janzen
Oikos 108 (1), 183-193, 2005
Resource specialization in a phytophagous insect: no evidence for genetically based performance trade‐offs across hosts in the field or laboratory
SJ Agosta, JA Klemens
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (4), 907-912, 2009
Evolutionary implications of hierarchical impacts of nonlethal injury on reproduction, including maternal effects
J Bernardo, SJ Agosta
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 86 (3), 309-331, 2005
Feeding ecology of the bat Eptesicus fuscus:‘preferred’prey abundance as one factor influencing prey selection and diet breadth
SJ Agosta, D Morton, KM Kuhn
Journal of Zoology 260 (2), 169-177, 2003
Diet of the big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus, from Pennsylvania and western Maryland
SJ Agosta, D Morton
Northeastern Naturalist 10 (1), 89-104, 2003
Variation in growth and developmental responses to supraoptimal temperatures near latitudinal range limits of gypsy moth Lymantria dispar (L.), an expanding …
LM Thompson, TM Faske, N Banahene, D Grim, SJ Agosta, D Parry, ...
Physiological entomology 42 (2), 181-190, 2017
Phoresy in animals: review and synthesis of a common but understudied mode of dispersal
AW Bartlow, SJ Agosta
Biological Reviews 96 (1), 223-246, 2021
An integrated parasitology: revealing the elephant through tradition and invention
EP Hoberg, SJ Agosta, WA Boeger, DR Brooks
Trends in parasitology, 2015
The major metaphors of evolution
SJ Agosta, DR Brooks
Series in evolutionary biology: new perspectives in its development 2, 1-273, 2020
Arctic systems in the Quaternary: ecological collision, faunal mosaics and the consequences of a wobbling climate
EP Hoberg, JA Cook, SJ Agosta, W Boeger, KE Galbreath, S Laaksonen, ...
Journal of Helminthology 91 (4), 409-421, 2017
Nightly, seasonal, and yearly patterns of bat activity at night roosts in the central Appalachians
SJ Agosta, D Morton, BD Marsh, KM Kuhn
Journal of Mammalogy 86 (6), 1210-1219, 2005
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