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Paul M Severns
Paul M Severns
Assistant Professor of Plant Disease Epidemiology
Verified email at uga.edu
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Inbreeding and small population size reduce seed set in a threatened and fragmented plant species, Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii (Fabaceae)
P Severns
Biological Conservation 110 (2), 221-229, 2003
1262003
The role of parasite release in invasion of the USA by European slugs
JL Ross, ES Ivanova, PM Severns, MJ Wilson
Biological invasions 12, 603-610, 2010
892010
Selectively eliminating and conserving exotic plants to save an endangered butterfly from local extinction
PM Severns, AD Warren
Animal Conservation 11 (6), 476-483, 2008
822008
Biology of Kincaid's lupine (Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii [Smith] Phillips), a threatened species of Western Oregon native prairies, USA.
MV Wilson, T Erhart, PC Hammond, TN Kaye, K Kuykendall, A Liston, ...
662003
Exotic grass invasion impacts fitness of an endangered prairie butterfly, Icaricia icarioides fenderi
PM Severns
Journal of Insect Conservation 12, 651-661, 2008
622008
Geographic mosaics of phenology, host preference, adult size and microhabitat choice predict butterfly resilience to climate warming
NL Bennett, PM Severns, C Parmesan, MC Singer
Oikos 124 (1), 41-53, 2015
612015
Habitat restoration facilitates an ecological trap for a locally rare, wetland‐restricted butterfly
PM Severns
Insect Conservation and Diversity 4 (3), 184-191, 2011
492011
Conserving a wetland butterfly: quantifying early lifestage survival through seasonal flooding, adult nectar, and habitat preference
PM Severns, L Boldt, S Villegas
Journal of Insect Conservation 10, 361-370, 2006
462006
Intraspecific chromosome number variation: a neglected threat to the conservation of rare plants
PM Severns, A Liston
Conservation Biology 22 (6), 1641-1647, 2008
422008
Losing a battle but winning the war: moving past preference–performance to understand native herbivore–novel host plant interactions
LM Brown, GA Breed, PM Severns, EE Crone
Oecologia 183, 441-453, 2017
412017
Propagation of a Long‐Lived and Threatened Prairie Plant, Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii
PM Severns
Restoration Ecology 11 (3), 334-342, 2003
382003
Apparent power-law distributions in animal movements can arise from intraspecific interactions
GA Breed, PM Severns, AM Edwards
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (103), 20140927, 2015
322015
Response of a terrestrial mollusc community to an autumn prescribed burn in a rare wetland prairie of western Oregon, USA
PM Severns
Journal of Molluscan Studies 71 (2), 181-187, 2005
322005
Consequences of long-distance dispersal for epidemic spread: Patterns, scaling, and mitigation
PM Severns, KE Sackett, DH Farber, CC Mundt
Plant disease 103 (2), 177-191, 2019
302019
Habitat fragmentation, genetic diversity, and inbreeding depression in a threatened grassland legume: is genetic rescue necessary?
PM Severns, A Liston, MV Wilson
Conservation Genetics 12, 881-893, 2011
232011
Evaluating functional connectivity with matrix behavior uncertainty for an endangered butterfly
PM Severns, EJB McIntire, CB Schultz
Landscape Ecology 28, 559-569, 2013
222013
Indicator species analysis: A useful tool for plant disease studies
PM Severns, EM Sykes
Phytopathology® 110 (12), 1860-1862, 2020
212020
Sensitivity variation and cross-resistance of Zymoseptoria tritici to azole fungicides in North America
EM Sykes, KE Sackett, PM Severns, CC Mundt
European journal of plant pathology 151, 269-274, 2018
212018
Degree of host susceptibility in the initial disease outbreak influences subsequent epidemic spread
PM Severns, LK Estep, KE Sackett, CC Mundt
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1622-1630, 2014
212014
Additional origins of Ownbey's Tragopogon mirus
DE Soltis, EV Mavrodiev, SC Meyers, PM Severns, L Zhang, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 169 (2), 297-311, 2012
212012
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