27. Mola, J.M., L.L. Richardson, G. Spyreas, D.N. Zaya, and I.S. Pearse. 2021. Long-term surveys support declines in early season forest plants used by bumblebees. Journal of Applied Ecology 00:1-11. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13886.
26. Woodard, S.H., S. Federman, R.R. James, B.N. Danforth, T.L. Griswold, D. Inouye, Q.S. McFrederick, L. Morandin, D.L. Paul, E. Sellers, J.P. Strange, M. Vaughan, N.M. Williams, M.G. Branstetter, C.T. Burns, J. Cane, A.B. Cariveau, D.P. Cariveau, A. Childers, C. Childers, D.L. Cox-Foster, E.C. Evans, K.K. Graham, K. Hackett, K.T. Huntzinger, R.E. Irwin, S. Jha, S. Lawson, C. Liang, M.M. López-Uribe, A. Melathopoulos, H.M.C. Moylett, C.R.V. Otto, LC. Ponisio, L.L. Richardson, R. Rose, R. Singh, and W. Wehling. 2020. Towards a U.S. national program for monitoring native bees. Biological Conservation 252:108821.
25. Graves, T.A., W.M. Janousek, S.M. Gaulke, A.C. Nicholas, D.A. Keinath, C.M. Bell, S. Cannings, R.G. Hatfield, J.M. Heron, J.B. Koch, H.L. Loffland, L.L. Richardson, A.T. Rohde, J. Rykken, J.P. Strange, L.M. Tronstad, and C.S. Sheffield. 2020. Western bumble bee: declines in the continental United States and range-wide information gaps. Ecosphere 11:e03141.
24. Brody, A.K., B. Waterman, T.H. Ricketts, A.L. Degrassi, J.B. González, J.M. Harris, and L.L. Richardson. (2019). Genotype-specific effects of ericoid mycorrhizae on floral traits and reproduction in Vaccinium corymbosum. American Journal of Botany 1:1–11. (Link)
23. Richardson, L.L., J. Bang, K. Budreski, J. Dunne, M. Winchell, R.A. Brain, and M.Feken. 2019. A probabilistic co-occurrence approach for estimating likelihood of spatial overlap between listed species distribution and pesticide use patterns. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 15:936–947. (Link)
22. Williams, P.H., M.V. Berezin, S.G. Cannings, B. Cederberg, F. Ødegaard, C. Rasmussen, L.L. Richardson, J. Rykken, C.S. Sheffield, C. Thanoosing, and A.M. Byvaltsev. 2019. The arctic and alpine bumblebees of the subgenus Alpinobombus revised from integrative assessment of species’ gene coalescents and morphology (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Bombus). Zootaxa 4625:1–68. (Link)
21. MacPhail, V.J., L.L. Richardson, and S.R. Colla. 2019. Incorporating citizen science, museum specimens, and field work into the assessment of extinction risk of the American Bumble bee (Bombus pensylvanicus De Geer 1773) in Canada. Journal of Insect Conservation 23:597–611. (Link)
20. Richardson, L. L., K.P. McFarland, S. Zahendra, and S. Hardy. 2018. Bumble bee (Bombus) distribution and diversity in Vermont, USA: a century of change. Journal of Insect Conservation 23(1): 45-62. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10841-018-0113-5. (Link) 19. Alger, S.A., P.A. Burnham, Z.S. Lamas, A.K. Brody, and L.L. Richardson. 2018. Homesick: impacts of migratory beekeeping on honey bee (Apis mellifera) pests, pathogens, and colony size. PeerJ 6:e5812. (Link and Link)
18. Sonter, L.J., J. Gourevitch, I. Koh, C.C. Nicholson, L.L. Richardson, A.J. Schwartz, N.K. Singh, K.B. Watson, M. Maron, and T.H. Ricketts. 2018. Biodiversity offsets may miss opportunities to mitigate impacts on ecosystem services. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16:143–148.
17. Nicholson, C.C., I. Koh, A. Beauchemin, L.L. Richardson, and T.H. Ricketts. 2017. Farm and landscape factors interact to affect the supply of pollination services. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 250: 113-122. (Link)
16. Bronstein, J.L., J.L. Barker, E.M. Lichtenberg, L.L. Richardson, and R.E. Irwin. 2017. The behavioral ecology of nectar robbing: why be tactic constant? Current Opinion in Insect Science 21: 14-18. (Link)
15. Sonter, L.J., T.H. Ricketts, B. Fisher, C.C. Nicholson, J.A. Johnson, K.B. Watson, and L.L. Richardson. 2017. Multi-site interactions: understanding the offsite impacts of land use change on the use and supply of ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services 23: 158-164. (Link)
14. Ricketts, T.H., K.B Watson, I. Koh, A.M. Ellis, C.C. Nicholson, S. Posner, L.L. Richardson, and L.J. Sonter. 2016. Disaggregating the evidence linking biodiversity and ecosystem services. Nature Communications: 7:13106. (Link)
13. de Keyzer, C.W., S.R. Colla, C.F. Kent, N.E. Rafferty, L.L. Richardson, and J.D. Thomson. 2016. Delving deeper: questioning the decline of long-tongued bumble lees, Long-tubed flowers and their mutualisms with climate change. Journal of Pollination Ecology 18(6): 36–42. (Link)
12. Richardson, L.L., R.E. Irwin and M.D. Bowers. 2016. Nectar chemistry mediates the behavior of parasitized bees: consequences for plant fitness. Ecology 97(2): 325-337. (Media coverage: Discover Magazine and Science Daily.) (link)
11. Sheffield, C.S., L.L. Richardson, S. Cannings, H. Ngo, J. Heron and P.H. Williams. Biogeography and designatable units of Bombus occidentalis Greene and B. terricola Kirby (Hymenoptera: Apidae) with implications for conservation status assessments. 2016. Journal of Insect Conservation 20(2): 189-199. (Link)
10. Williams, P.H., A.M. Byvaltsev, B. Cederberg, M.V. Berezin, F. Ødegaard, C. Rasmussen, L.L. Richardson, J. Huan, C.S. Sheffield and S.T. Williams. 2015. Genes suggest ancestral colour polymorphisms cut across morphologically cryptic species in Arctic bumblebees. PLOS One 10(12): e0144544. (Link)
6. Irwin, R.E., L.L. Richardson, J.S. Manson, D.R. Gardner, and D. Cook. 2014. Secondary compounds in floral rewards: impacts on pollinators. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62(30): 7335-7344. (Link)
5. Bowers, M.D. and L.L. Richardson. 2013. Use of two oviposition plants in populations of Euphydryas phaeton Drury (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 67(4): 299-301. (Link)
4. Colla, S.R., F. Gadallah, L.L. Richardson, D. Wagner and L. Gall. 2012. Assessing declines of North American bumble bees (Bombus spp.) using museum specimens. Biodiversity and Conservation 21(14): 3585-3595. (Link)
3. Richardson, L.L. and J.L. Bronstein. 2012. Reproductive biology of pointleaf manzanita (Arctostaphylos pungens) and the pollinator-nectar robber spectrum. Journal of Pollination Ecology 9(15): 115-123. (Link)
2. Millette, T.L., D. Slaymaker, E. Marcano, C. Alexander, and L.L. Richardson. 2011. AIMS-thermal--a thermal and high resolution color camera system integrated with GIS for aerial moose and deer census in northeastern Vermont. Alces 47: 27-37. (Link)
1. Irwin, R.E., J.L. Bronstein, J.S. Manson, and L.L. Richardson. 2010. Nectar robbing: ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 41: 271-292. (Link)