David Holway

Title(s)Professor, Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution
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    1. The importance of scavenging in ant invasions. Curr Opin Insect Sci. 2021 08; 46:39-42. Holway DA, Cameron EK. PMID: 33581352.
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    2. Joint Impacts of Drought and Habitat Fragmentation on Native Bee Assemblages in a California Biodiversity Hotspot. Insects. 2021 Feb 05; 12(2). Hung KJ, Sandoval SS, Ascher JS, Holway DA. PMID: 33562453; PMCID: PMC7914906.
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    3. Pervasive and persistent effects of ant invasion and fragmentation on native ant assemblages. Ecology. 2021 03; 102(3):e03257. Achury R, Holway DA, Suarez AV. PMID: 33226643.
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    4. Vision does not impact walking performance in Argentine ants. J Exp Biol. 2020 10 16; 223(Pt 20). Clifton GT, Holway D, Gravish N. PMID: 33067354.
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    5. Uneven substrates constrain walking speed in ants through modulation of stride frequency more than stride length. R Soc Open Sci. 2020 Mar; 7(3):192068. Clifton GT, Holway D, Gravish N. PMID: 32269814; PMCID: PMC7137955.
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    6. Ecological filtering in scrub fragments restructures the taxonomic and functional composition of native bee assemblages. Ecology. 2019 05; 100(5):e02654. Hung KJ, Ascher JS, Davids JA, Holway DA. PMID: 30942484.
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    7. Non-native honey bees disproportionately dominate the most abundant floral resources in a biodiversity hotspot. Proc Biol Sci. 2019 02 27; 286(1897):20182901. Hung KJ, Kingston JM, Lee A, Holway DA, Kohn JR. PMID: 30963829; PMCID: PMC6408903.
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    8. Long-term record of Argentine ant invasions reveals enduring ecological impacts. Ecology. 2018 05; 99(5):1194-1202. Menke SB, Ward PS, Holway DA. PMID: 29504667.
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    9. The worldwide importance of honey bees as pollinators in natural habitats. Proc Biol Sci. 2018 01 10; 285(1870). Hung KJ, Kingston JM, Albrecht M, Holway DA, Kohn JR. PMID: 29321298; PMCID: PMC5784195.
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    10. The effect of removing numerically dominant, non-native honey bees on seed set of a native plant. Oecologia. 2018 01; 186(1):281-289. Nabors AJ, Cen HJ, Hung KJ, Kohn JR, Holway DA. PMID: 29147780.
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    11. Urbanization-induced habitat fragmentation erodes multiple components of temporal diversity in a Southern California native bee assemblage. PLoS One. 2017; 12(8):e0184136. Hung KJ, Ascher JS, Holway DA. PMID: 28854229; PMCID: PMC5576854.
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    12. By their own devices: invasive Argentine ants have shifted diet without clear aid from symbiotic microbes. Mol Ecol. 2017 Mar; 26(6):1608-1630. Hu Y, Holway DA, Lukasik P, Chau L, Kay AD, LeBrun EG, Miller KA, Sanders JG, Suarez AV, Russell JA. PMID: 28026894.
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    13. Testing the effects of ant invasions on non-ant arthropods with high-resolution taxonomic data. Ecol Appl. 2015 Oct; 25(7):1841-50. Hanna C, Naughton I, Boser C, Holway D. PMID: 26591450.
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    14. Effect of Carbohydrate Supplementation on Investment into Offspring Number, Size, and Condition in a Social Insect. PLoS One. 2015; 10(7):e0132440. Wills BD, Chong CD, Wilder SM, Eubanks MD, Holway DA, Suarez AV. PMID: 26196147; PMCID: PMC4511185.
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    15. Floral visitation by the Argentine ant reduces bee visitation and plant seed set. Ecology. 2015 Jan; 96(1):222-30. Hanna C, Naughton I, Boser C, Alarcón R, Hung KL, Holway D. PMID: 26236907.
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    16. Floral visitation by the Argentine ant reduces pollinator visitation and seed set in the coast barrel cactus, Ferocactus viridescens. Oecologia. 2014 Jan; 174(1):163-71. LeVan KE, Hung KL, McCann KR, Ludka JT, Holway DA. PMID: 23892582.
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    17. Introduced fire ants can exclude native ants from critical mutualist-provided resources. Oecologia. 2013 May; 172(1):197-205. Wilder SM, Barnum TR, Holway DA, Suarez AV, Eubanks MD. PMID: 23053235.
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    18. Intercontinental differences in resource use reveal the importance of mutualisms in fire ant invasions. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Dec 20; 108(51):20639-44. Wilder SM, Holway DA, Suarez AV, LeBrun EG, Eubanks MD. PMID: 22143788; PMCID: PMC3251143.
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    19. Macronutrient content of plant-based food affects growth of a carnivorous arthropod. Ecology. 2011 Feb; 92(2):325-32. Wilder SM, Holway DA, Suarez AV, Eubanks MD. PMID: 21618912.
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    20. Convergent evolution of levee building behavior among distantly related ant species in a floodplain ant assemblage. Insectes Soc. 2011 May; 58(2):263-269. Lebrun EG, Moffett M, Holway DA. PMID: 21475683; PMCID: PMC3059759.
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    21. Multiple mechanisms underlie displacement of solitary Hawaiian Hymenoptera by an invasive social wasp. Ecology. 2010 Nov; 91(11):3294-302. Wilson EE, Holway DA. PMID: 21141190.
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    22. Pollen foraging behaviour of solitary Hawaiian bees revealed through molecular pollen analysis. Mol Ecol. 2010 Nov; 19(21):4823-9. Wilson EE, Sidhu CS, LeVan KE, Holway DA. PMID: 20958818.
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    23. Predation or scavenging? Thoracic muscle pH and rates of water loss reveal cause of death in arthropods. J Exp Biol. 2010 Aug 01; 213(Pt 15):2640-6. Wilson EE, Young CV, Holway DA. PMID: 20639425.
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    24. Trophic ecology of the invasive argentine ant: spatio-temporal variation in resource assimilation and isotopic enrichment. Oecologia. 2010 Nov; 164(3):763-71. Menke SB, Suarez AV, Tillberg CV, Chou CT, Holway DA. PMID: 20577762; PMCID: PMC2955918.
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    25. Nutrition and interference competition have interactive effects on the behavior and performance of Argentine ants. Ecology. 2010 Jan; 91(1):57-64. Kay AD, Zumbusch T, Heinen JL, Marsh TC, Holway DA. PMID: 20380196.
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    26. Complex responses to invasive grass litter by ground arthropods in a Mediterranean scrub ecosystem. Oecologia. 2009 Oct; 161(4):697-708. Wolkovich EM, Bolger DT, Holway DA. PMID: 19669165; PMCID: PMC2744776.
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    27. Life history plasticity magnifies the ecological effects of a social wasp invasion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Aug 04; 106(31):12809-13. Wilson EE, Mullen LM, Holway DA. PMID: 19625616; PMCID: PMC2722302.
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    28. Genetics and behavior of a colonizing species: the invasive Argentine ant. Am Nat. 2008 Jul; 172 Suppl 1:S72-84. Suarez AV, Holway DA, Tsutsui ND. PMID: 18554146.
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    29. Yellowjackets (Vespula pensylvanica) thermoregulate in response to changes in protein concentration. Naturwissenschaften. 2008 Sep; 95(9):787-92. Eckles MA, Wilson EE, Holway DA, Nieh JC. PMID: 18427762.
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    30. Trophic ecology of invasive Argentine ants in their native and introduced ranges. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007 Dec 26; 104(52):20856-61. Tillberg CV, Holway DA, Lebrun EG, Suarez AV. PMID: 18093925; PMCID: PMC2409231.
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    31. Linking nutrition and behavioural dominance: carbohydrate scarcity limits aggression and activity in Argentine ants. Proc Biol Sci. 2007 Dec 07; 274(1628):2951-7. Grover CD, Kay AD, Monson JA, Marsh TC, Holway DA. PMID: 17878138; PMCID: PMC2291163.
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    32. Biotic and abiotic controls of Argentine ant invasion success at local and landscape scales. Ecology. 2007 Dec; 88(12):3164-73. Menke SB, Fisher RN, Jetz W, Holway DA. PMID: 18229850.
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    33. An experimental study of competition between fire ants and Argentine ants in their native range. Ecology. 2007 Jan; 88(1):63-75. LeBrun EG, Tillberg CV, Suarez AV, Folgarait PJ, Smith CR, Holway DA. PMID: 17489455.
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    34. When supercolonies collide: territorial aggression in an invasive and unicolonial social insect. Mol Ecol. 2006 Dec; 15(14):4303-15. Thomas ML, Payne-Makrisâ CM, Suarez AV, Tsutsui ND, Holway DA. PMID: 17107467.
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    35. Abiotic factors control invasion by Argentine ants at the community scale. J Anim Ecol. 2006 Mar; 75(2):368-76. Menke SB, Holway DA. PMID: 16637990.
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    36. The role of opportunity in the unintentional introduction of nonnative ants. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005 Nov 22; 102(47):17032-5. Suarez AV, Holway DA, Ward PS. PMID: 16286656; PMCID: PMC1287985.
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    37. Respiratory and cuticular water loss in insects with continuous gas exchange: comparison across five ant species. J Insect Physiol. 2005 Dec; 51(12):1295-305. Schilman PE, Lighton JR, Holway DA. PMID: 16154585.
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    38. The hyperoxic switch: assessing respiratory water loss rates in tracheate arthropods with continuous gas exchange. J Exp Biol. 2004 Dec; 207(Pt 25):4463-71. Lighton JR, Schilman PE, Holway DA. PMID: 15557031.
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    39. Colony-structure variation and interspecific competitive ability in the invasive Argentine ant. Oecologia. 2004 Jan; 138(2):216-22. Holway DA, Suarez AV. PMID: 14566557.
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    40. Invasive Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) do not replace native ants as seed dispersers of Dendromecon rigida (Papaveraceae) in California, USA. Oecologia. 2003 May; 135(4):576-82. Carney SE, Byerley MB, Holway DA. PMID: 16228256.
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    41. Relationships among native and introduced populations of the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) and the source of introduced populations. Mol Ecol. 2001 Sep; 10(9):2151-61. Tsutsui ND, Suarez AV, Holway DA, Case TJ. PMID: 11555258.
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    42. Patterns of spread in biological invasions dominated by long-distance jump dispersal: Insights from Argentine ants. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Jan 30; 98(3):1095-100. Suarez AV, Holway DA, Case TJ. PMID: 11158600; PMCID: PMC14714.
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    43. Reduced genetic variation and the success of an invasive species. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 May 23; 97(11):5948-53. Tsutsui ND, Suarez AV, Holway DA, Case TJ. PMID: 10811892; PMCID: PMC18539.
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    44. Effect of Argentine ant invasions on ground-dwelling arthropods in northern California riparian woodlands. Oecologia. 1998 Aug; 116(1-2):252-258. Holway DA. PMID: 28308533.
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    45. Factors governing rate of invasion: a natural experiment using Argentine ants. Oecologia. 1998 Jun; 115(1-2):206-212. Holway DA. PMID: 28308454.
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    46. Gene flow or heterozygote advantage? Science. 1994 Feb 25; 263(5150):1157. Berrigan D, Evans J, Holway D, Jacobs L, Richards M, Seger J. PMID: 17831629.
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