Desiree L. Narango
Desiree L. Narango
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Nonnative plants reduce population growth of an insectivorous bird
DL Narango, DW Tallamy, PP Marra
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (45), 11549-11554, 2018
Native plants improve breeding and foraging habitat for an insectivorous bird
DL Narango, DW Tallamy, PP Marra
Biological Conservation 213, 42-50, 2017
Do non‐native plants contribute to insect declines?
DW Tallamy, DL Narango, AB Mitchell
Ecological Entomology 46 (4), 729-742, 2021
Roadside habitat impacts insect traffic mortality
W Keilsohn, D Narango, D Tallamy
Journal of Insect Conservation, 2018
Few keystone plant genera support the majority of Lepidoptera species
DL Narango, DW Tallamy, KJ Shropshire
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-8, 2020
Residential yard management and landscape cover affect urban bird community diversity across the continental USA
SB Lerman, DL Narango, ML Avolio, AR Bratt, JM Engebretson, ...
Ecological Applications 31 (8), e02455, 2021
Urban-associated drivers of song variation along a rural–urban gradient
DL Narango, AD Rodewald
Behavioral ecology 27 (2), 608-616, 2016
Taxonomic, phylogenetic, and functional composition and homogenization of residential yard vegetation with contrasting management
JP Cubino, J Cavender-Bares, PM Groffman, ML Avolio, AR Bratt, SJ Hall, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 202, 103877, 2020
Canopy tree preference by insectivorous birds in shade‐coffee farms: implications for migratory bird conservation
DL Narango, DW Tallamy, KJ Snyder, RA Rice
Biotropica 51 (3), 387-398, 2019
Examining the potential to expand wildlife-supporting residential yards and gardens
KL Larson, SB Lerman, KC Nelson, DL Narango, MM Wheeler, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 222, 104396, 2022
Do cultivars of native plants support insect herbivores?
EC Baisden, DW Tallamy, DL Narango, E Boyle
HortTechnology 28 (5), 596-606, 2018
How do we ensure the future of our discipline is vibrant? Student reflections on careers and culture of ecology
Ecosphere 9 (2), e02099, 2018
Signal information of bird song changes in human-dominated landscapes
DL Narango, AD Rodewald
Urban Ecosystems 21, 41-50, 2018
Wildlife in the city: human drivers and human consequences.
SB Lerman, DL Narango, R Andrade, PS Warren, AM Grade, K Straley
Urban ecology: its nature and challenges, 37-66, 2020
Validating Morphometrics with DNA Barcoding to Reliably Separate Three Cryptic Species of Bombus Cresson (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
J Milam, DE Johnson, JC Andersen, AB Fassler, DL Narango, JS Elkinton
Insects 11 (10), 669, 2020
Who is abuzz about bees? Explaining residents’ attitudes in Phoenix, Arizona
KL Larson, M Fleeger, SB Lerman, MM Wheeler, R Andrade, JA Brown, ...
Urban Ecosystems 24 (1), 35-48, 2021
Lepidoptera host records accurately predict tree use by foraging birds
G Piel, DW Tallamy, DL Narango
Northeastern Naturalist 28 (4), 527-540, 2021
Humanity for habitat: Residential yards as an opportunity for biodiversity conservation
SB Lerman, KL Larson, DL Narango, MA Goddard, PP Marra
BioScience 73 (9), 671-689, 2023
Occurrence of polygyny and double brooding in the Eastern Wood-Pewee
FL Newell, ANK Haiman, DL Narango, JM Elder, LD Leonhard, ...
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125 (2), 251-259, 2013
Few keystone plant genera support the majority of Lepidoptera species. Nat Commun 11: 5751
DL Narango, DW Tallamy, KJ Shropshire
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