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Liczner AR, Colla SR. One‐size does not fit all: at‐risk bumble bee habitat management requires species‐specific local and landscape considerations. Insect Conservation and Diversity. Early View Online.
Liczner AR, Colla SR. A systematic review of the nesting and overwintering habitat of bumble bees globally. Journal of Insect Conservation. 23(5-6): 787-801
Liczner AR, Filazzola A, Westphal M, Lortie CJ. 2019. Shrubs facilitate native forb re-establishment in an invaded arid shrubland. Journal of Arid Environments. 17 (103998): 1-9
Filazzola A, Liczner AR, Westphal M, Lortie CJ. 2019. Shrubs indirectly increase desert seedbanks through facilitation of the plant community. PloS One. 14(4): e0215988
Gibson SD, Liczner AR, Colla SR. 2019. Conservation Conundrum: At-risk bumble bees (Bombus spp.) show preference for invasive tufted vetch (Vicia cracca) while foraging in protected areas. Journal of Insect Science. 19(2): 1-10
Filazzola A, Liczner AR, Westphal M. Lortie CJ. 2018 The effect of consumer pressure and abiotic stress on positive plant interactions are mediated by extreme climatic events. New Phytologist 217(1): 140-150
Filazzola, A, Westphal M, Powers M, Liczner AR, Woollett DAS, Johnson B, Lortie CJ. 2017. Non-trophic interactions in deserts: Facilitation, interference, and an endangered lizard species. Basic and Applied Ecology 20 (1): 51-61
Liczner AR, Sotomayor DA, Filazzola A, Lortie CJ. 2017 Germination response of desert annuals to shrub facilitation is species specific but not ecotypic. Journal of Plant Ecology 10 (2): 364-374
Liczner AR, Lortie CJ. 2014. A global meta-analytic contrast of cushion-plant effects on plants and on arthropods. Peerj, 2: e265