Skip to content →

Selected Publications

PDF reprints are available for some publications by clicking the links below.  For others email me

Juliano, SA, McIntire, KM, Nichols, HO,  Canizela, CC, Frederick, KM. 2023. Different demographic responses of three species of container Aedes (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae to timing of extrinsic mortality.  Journal of Medical Entomology.

Evans, KG, ZR Neale, B Holly, CC Canizela, SA Juliano. 2023. Survival-larval density relationships in the field and their implications for control of container-dwelling Aedes mosquitoes. Insects, 14(1), 17;

Slater, M,RC Anderson,SA Juliano. 2023. in press. Does the photosynthetic response of Asimina triloba to low light contribute to its competitive advantage in forest understory compared to Acer saccharum and Fraxinus quadrangulata? Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 150(2):267-281

Sauers, LA, KE Hawes, SA Juliano. 2022  Non-linear relationships between density and demographic traits in three Aedes species. Scientific Reports, 12:8075

Juliano, SA, JA Goughnour, GD Ower. 2022. Predation in many dimensions: Spatial context is important for meaningful functional response experiments. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution

Ramirez, JL, MK Schumacher, GD Ower, DE Palmquist, SA Juliano. 2021. Impacts of fungal entomopathogens on survival and immune responses of Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens mosquitoes in the context of native Wolbachia infections.  PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 15(11): e0009984

McIntire, KM, KM Chappell, SA Juliano. 2021. How do noncompetent hosts cause dilution of parasitism? Testing hypotheses for native and invasive mosquitoes.  Ecology 

Westby, KM, SA Juliano, KA Medley. 2020. Aedes albopictus has not become the dominant species in artificial container habitats in a temperate forest more than a decade after establishment. Journal of Medical Entomology

Neale, ZR, SA Juliano. 2021. Predation yields greater population performance:  What are the contributions of density- and trait-mediated effects? Ecological Entomology.  46:56-65

Neale, ZR, SA Juliano. 2019.  Finding the sweet spot: What levels of larval mortality lead to compensation or overcompensation in adult production?  Ecosphere 10(9):e02855.

Chandrasegaran, K, SA Juliano. 2019. How do trait-mediated non-lethal effect of predation affect population-level performance of mosquitoes?  Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution 7:25

Juliano, SA, KM Westby, GD Ower. 2019 Know your enemy:  Effects of a predator on native and invasive container mosquitoes.  Journal of Medical Entomology 56:320-328 https://doi: 10.1093/jme/tjy196

Ower, GD, SA Juliano. 2019.The demographic and life history costs of fear:  Trait-mediated effects of threat of predation on Aedes triseriatus.  Ecology & Evolution.  2019:1-13 

Ower, GD, SA Juliano. 2019.  Effects of larval denstiy on a natural population of Culex restuans (Diptera: Culicidae):  No evidence of compensatory mortality.  Ecological Entomology  44:197-205

McIntire, KM, SA Juliano. 2018.  How can mortality increase population size?  A test of two mechanistic hypotheses.  Ecology  99:1660-1670.

Chandrasegaran, K, SR Kandregula, S Quader, SA Juliano. 2018. Context dependent interactive effects of non-lethal predation on larvae impact adult longevity and body composition.  PLoS ONE 13(2): e0192104.

Lounibos, LP, SA Juliano.  2018.  Where vectors collide:  Thie importance of mechanisms shaping the realized niche for modeling ranges of invasive Aedes mosquitoes.  Biological Invasions 20:1913-1929 (Elton Review – Invited)

Grech, MG, SA Juliano. 2018.  Complex effects of superior competitors and resources on Culex restuans oviposition.   Journal of Medical Entomology 55:360-369  online:

Westby, KM, SA Juliano. 2017.  The roles of history:  Age and prior exploitation in aquatic container habitsts have immediate and carry-over effects on mosquito life history.  Ecological Entomology 42:704-711      DOI:  10.1111/een.12436

Westby, KM, SA Juliano. 2017 No detectable role for predators mediating effects of aquatic habitat size an dpermanence on populations and communities of container-swelling mosquitoes.  Ecological Entomology  42:439-448  DOI: 10.1111/een.12405/epdf

Andrade, MR, JA Breaux, D Albeny Simoes, SA Juliano, E LIma. 2017.  Are behavioural responses to predation cues linked across life cycle stages?  Ecological Entomology 42:77-85  DOI: 10.1111/een.12358

Camara, DCP, CT Codeco, SA Juliano, LP Lounibos, TIS Riback, GR Pereira, NA Honorio. 2016.  Seasonal differences in density but similar competitive impact of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) on Aedes aegypti (L.) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  PLoS One 11(6): e0157120

Juliano, SA, LP Lounibos.  2016.  Invasions by mosquitoes:  the roles of behaviour across the life cycle.  in, JS Weis & D Sol, eds. Biological Invasions and Animal Behaviour.  Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 245-265

Springer, YP, D. Hoekman, PTJ Johnson, PA Duffy, RA Hufft, DT Barnett, BF Allan, CM Barker, R Barrera, L Beati, M Begon, MS Blackmore, WE Bradshaw, D Brisson, CH Calisher, JH Childs, MA Duik-Wasser, RJ Douglass, RJ Eisen, DH Foley, JE Foley, HD Gaff, SL Gardner, HS Ginsberg, GE Glass, SA Hamer, MH Hayden, B Hjelle, CM Holzapfel, SA Juliano, LD Kramer, AJ Kuenzi, SL LaDeau,  TP Livdahl, JN Mills, CG Moore, S Morand, RS Nasci, NH Ogden, RS Ostfeld, J Piesman, WK Reisen, HM Savage, DE Sonenshine, A Swei, MJ Yabsley.  2016  Tick-, mosquito-, and rodent-borne parasite sampling designs for the National Ecological Observatory Network.  Ecosphere 7(5)  article e01271.

Hoekman, D, YP Springer, CM Barker, R Barrera, MS Blackmore, WE Bradshaw, DH Foley, HS Ginsberg, MH Hayden, CM Holzapfel, SA Juliano, LD Kramer, SL LaDeau,  TP Livdahl, CG Moore, RS Nasci, WK Reisen, HM Savage.  2016  Design for mosquito aboundance diversity, and phenology sampling within the National Ecological Observatory Network.  Ecosphere 7(5)  article e01320.

Westby, KM, EJ Murturi, SA Juliano. 2016.  How do nutritional stress and La Crosse virus infection interact?  tests for effects on willingness to blood feed and fecundity in Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology  53:166-171

Noden, BH, PA O’Neal, JE Fader, SA Juliano. 2015 Imapct of inter- and intra-specific competition among larvae on larval, adult, and life-table traits ofAedes aegypti  andAedes albopictusfemales.  Ecological Entomology 53:167-171

Westby, KM, SA Juliano.  2015.  Simulated seasonal photoperiods and fluctuating temperatures have limited effects on blood feeding and life history in Aedes triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology  52:896-906

Dale, MD., EM. Mortimer, S. Kolli, E. Achramowicz, G. Borchert, SA. Juliano, S. Halkyard, N. Seitz, C. Gatto, PY. Hester, DA. Rubin.  2015.  Bone-Remodeling Transcript Levels Are Independent of Perching in End-Of- Lay White Leghorn Chickens.   International Journal of Molecular Sciences 16 (2): 2663-2677

Albeny-Simões, D, EG Murrell, EF Vilela, SA Juliano.  2015.  A multifaceted trophic cascade in a detritus-based system: density-, trait-, or processing-chain mediated effects?  Ecosphere   6(3):32. ES14-00365.1

Murrell, EG, BH Noden, SA Juliano. 2014. Contributions of temporal segregation, oviposition choice, and non-additive effects of competitors to invasion success of Aedes japonicus (Diptera:  Culicidae) in North America. Biological Invasions. 17:1669-1681

Wormington, JD, SA Juliano.  2014. Plasticity of sexually dimorphic body size and development time in Aedes mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). Evolutionary Ecology Research 16:223-234

Juliano, SA, G Sylvestre Ribeiro, R Maciel-de-Freitas, MG Castro, C Codeço, R Lourenço de Oliveira, LP Lounibos.  2014.  She’s a femme fatale:  Low-density larval development produces good disease vectors.  Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 109: 96-103.  DOI: 10.1590/0074-02760140455

Breaux, JA, MK Schumacher, SA Juliano. 2014. What does not kill them makes them stronger: Larval environment and infectious dose alter mosquito potential to transmit filarial worms.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B.DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.0459. 

Wormington, JD, SA Juliano. 2014.  Hunger-dependent and sex-specific antipredator behaviour of larvae of a size-dimorphic mosquito. Ecological Entomology 39:548–555

Leisnham PT, SL LaDeau, SA Juliano.  2014. Spatial and temporal habitat segregation of mosquitoes in urban Florida.PLoS One. 9(3): e91655. doi:10. 1371/journal.pone.0091655   

Albeny-Simoes, D, EG Murrell, SL Elliot, MR Andrade, E Lima, SA Juliano, EF Vilela.  2014.  Attracted to the enemy: Aedes aegypti prefers oviposition sites with predator-killed conspecifics. Oecologia 175:481–492

Murrell, EG, AR Ives, SA Juliano. 2014.  Intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of succession: Effects of habitat age and season on an aquatic insect community.  Ecological Entomology 39:316–324

Fader, JE, SA Juliano. 2014.  Oviposition habitat selection by container-dwelling mosquitoes: responses to cues of larval and detritus abundances in the field.Ecological Entomology39:245–252

Damal, K, Murrell, EG, Juliano, SA, Conn, JE, Loew, SS. 2013. Phylogeography of Aedes aegypti (yellow fever mosquito) in south Florida: mtDNA evidence for human-aided dispersal. American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 89:482-488

Murrell, EG, SA Juliano.  2013.  Predation resistance does not trade off with competitive ability in early-colonizing mosquitoes. Oecologia  173:1033-1042  

Covey, DP, SA Juliano, PA Garris. 2013. Amphetamine elicits opposing actions on readily releasable and reserve pools for dopamine. PLoS One. 8(5): e60763. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060763

Avelar, AA, SA Juliano, PA Garris. 2013. Amphetamine augments vesicular dopamine release in the dorsal and ventral striatum through different mechanisms.  Journal of Neurochemistry125:373-385

Fader, JE, SA Juliano. 2013.  An empirical test of the aggregation model of coexistence and consequences for competing container-dwelling mosquitoes.Ecology 94:478–488.

O’Neal, PA, SA Juliano.  2013.  Seasonal variation in competition and coexistence of Aedes mosquitoes: stabilizing effects of egg mortality or equalizing effects of resources? Journal of Animal Ecology  82:256–265

Bagny Beilhe, L, H Delatte SA Juliano, D Fontenille, S Quilici.  2012. Ecological interactions in Aedes species from Reunion Island.  Medical and Veterinary Entomology  27: 349–459 

Murrell, EG, SA Juliano. 2012. Competitive abilities in experimental microcosms are accurately predicted by a demographic index for R*.  PLoS ONE 7(9): e43458. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043458 

Stephens, CR, SA Juliano.  2012.  Wing shape as an indicator of larval rearing conditions forAedes albopictus andAe. aegypti(Diptera: Culicidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology  49: 927-938​

Yee, DA, SA Juliano, & SM Vamosi. 2012.  Seasonal photoperiods alter developmental time and mass of an invasive mosquito, Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae), across its north-south range in the United States. Journal of Medical Entomology 49: 825-832

Yee, DA & SA Juliano. 2012.  Concurrent effects of resource pulse amount, type, and frequency on community and population properties of consumers in detritus-based systems. Oecologia 169: 511–522.  © Springer-Verlag

Haussman, MF, AS Longenecker, AM Marchetto, SA Juliano, RM Bowden. 2012. Embryonic exposure to corticosterone modifies the juvenile stress response, oxidative stress, and telomere length. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279:1447-1456

Leisnham, PT, L Towler, SA Juliano. 2011. Geographic variation of photoperiodic diapause but not adult survival or reproduction of the invasive mosquito Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in North America.   Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104:1309-1318.

Murrell, EG., K. Damal, LP. Lounibos & SA. Juliano. 2011. Distributions of competing container mosquitoes depend on detritus types, nutrient ratios, and food availability.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104:688-698.​

Ramsson, ES., DP. Covey, DP. Daberkow, MT. Litherland, SA. Juliano and PA. Garris. 2011. A mphetamine augments action potential-dependent dopaminergic signaling in the striatum in vivo. Journal of Neurochemistry 117:937–948

Farhadi, R, Allahyari, H, Juliano, SA. 2010. Functional response of larval and adult stages of Hippodamia variegata (Col.: Coccinellidae) to different densities of Aphis fabae (Hem.: Aphididae).  Environmental Entomology 39:1586-1592.

Lounibos, LP, GF O’Meara, SA Juliano, N Nishimura, RL Escher,  MH Reiskind, M Cutwa & K Greene. 2010. Differential Survivorship of Invasive Mosquito Species in South Florida Cemeteries:  Do Site-specific Microclimates Explain Patterns of Coexistence and Exclusion?  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103:757-770

Kaufman MG,K. Pelz-Stelinski, D Yee, SA Juliano, P. Ostrom, ED Walker. 2010.  Stable Isotope Analysis Reveals Detrital Resource Base Sources of the Tree Hole Mosquito, Aedes triseriatus.   Ecological Entomology  35:586-593

Kesavaraju, B, SA Juliano. 2010.  The nature of predation risk cues in container systems: Mosquito responses to solid residues from predation.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103:1038-1045

Juliano, S.A.  2010.  Coexistence, exclusion, or neutrality?  A meta-analysis of competition between Aedes albopictus and resident mosquitoes.  (invited contribution) Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 56:325-351

​Leisnham, PT, SA Juliano. 2010. Interpopulation differences in competitive effect and response of the mosquito Aedes aegypti and resistance to invasion of a superior competitor.  Oecologia 164:221–230

Herrmann, DL, Ko, AE, Bhatt, S, Jannot, JE, Juliano SA.  2010.  Population differences in oviposition depth of the lubber grasshopper (Romalea microptera) as a function of body size and soil gradient. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103:227-235

Juliano, SA, Lounibos, LP, Nishimura, N, Greene, K. 2010. Your worst enemy could be your best friend:  Predator contributions to invasion resistance and persistence of natives. Oecologia. 162:709-718.  © Springer-Verlag

Jannot, JE, Ko, AE, Herrmann, DL, Skinner, L, Butzen, E, Akman, O, & Juliano, SA.  2009.  Density-dependent polyphenism and geographic variation in size among two populations of lubber grasshoppers (Romalea microptera).  Ecological Entomology 34:644-651

Kesavaraju, B & SA Juliano. 2009. No evolutionary response to four generations of laboratory selection on antipredator behavior of Aedes albopictus:  Potential implications for biotic resistance to invasion.  Journal of Medical Entomology 46:772-781

Jannot, JE, J Brinton, K Kocot, O Akman, & SA Juliano.  2009.  Ontogenetic mechanisms underlying a geographic size cline in a grasshopper (Romalea microptera)  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 102: 467-475

Alto, BE, B Kesavaraju, SA Juliano, & LP Lounibos.  2009. Stage-dependent predation on competitors: consequences for the outcome of a mosquito invasion.  Journal of Animal Ecology 78:928-936 .

Leisnham, PT,  LP Lounibos, GF O’Meara, & SA Juliano. 2009. Interpopulation divergence in competitive interactions of the mosquito Aedes albopictus.  Ecology  90:2405–2413.

Leisnham, PL, SA Juliano. 2009.  Spatial and temporal patterns of coexistence between competing Aedes mosquitoes in urban Florida.  Oecologia 160:343-352.   © Springer-Verlag

Juliano, S.A. 2009.  Species interactions among larval mosquitoes:  Context dependence across habitat gradients.  Annual Review of Entomology 54:37-56. 

Kesavaraju, B. & S.A. Juliano 2008.  Behavioral responses of Aedes albopictus to a predator are correlated with size-dependent risk of predation.   Annals of the Entomological Society of America  101:1150-1153 

Murrell, E.G. & S.A. Juliano.  2008. Detritus type alters the outcome of interspecific competition between Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera:  Culicidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology  45:375-383.

Huizenga, K. M.,M. D. Shaidle, J.S. Brinton, L.A. Gore, M.A Ebo, A.J. Solliday, P.J. Buguey, D.W. Whitman, & S.A. Juliano.  2008.  Geographic differences in the body sizes of adult Romalea microptera.  Journal of Orthoptera Research 17:135-139

Kesavaraju, B., K. Damal, & S.A. Juliano.  2008.  Do natural container habitats impede invader dominance?  Predator-mediated coexistence of invasive and native container-dwelling mosquitoes.  Oecologia 155:631–639.   © Springer-Verlag​

Leisnham, P.T., L.M. Sala, & S.A. Juliano.  2008.  Geographic variation in survival and reproductive tactics of the mosquito Aedes albopictus.  Journal of Medical Entomology 45:210-221.

Akman, O., J. Gamage, J. Jannot, S. Juliano, A. Thurman, & D.Whitman.  2007. A Simple Test for Detection of Length-Biased Sampling.  JP Journal of Biostatistics 1:189-195

Yee, D.A., M.G. Kaufman, & S.A. Juliano. 2007.  The significance of ratios of detritus types and microorganism productivity to competitive interactions between aquatic insect detritivores. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 1105-1115.  

Yee, D.A., S.H. Yee, J.M. Kneitel & S.A. Juliano. 2007. Richness-productivity relationships between trophic levels in a detritus-based system: significance of abundance and trophic linkage. Oecologia 154:377-385  © Springer-Verlag

Homeny, R.H. & S.A. Juliano. 2007.  Developmental response to a seasonal time constraint: The effects of photoperiod on reproduction in the grasshopper Romalea microptera.  Ecological Entomology 32:559-566

Kling, L.J., S.A. Juliano, & D.A. Yee. 2007. Larval mosquito communities in discarded vehicle tires in a forested and unforested site: detritus type, amount, and water nutrient differences. Journal of Vector Ecology 32:207-217

Yee, D.A., B. Kesavaraju, & S.A. Juliano. 2007. Direct and indirect effects of animal detritus on growth, survival, and mass of the invasive container mosquito Aedes albopictus. Journal of Medical Entomology 44:580-588

Yee, D.A. & S.A. Juliano. 2007. Abundance matters.  A field experiment testing the More Individuals Hypothesis for diversity-productivity relationships.  Oecologia  153: 153-162  © Springer-Verlag

Juliano, S.A. 2007.  Population dynamics.  In:  T.G. Floore, ed.  Biorational Control of Mosquitoes. Supplement to the Journal of the Mosquito Control Association, 23(2):265-275. American Mosquito Control Association, Bulletin No. 7.

Kesavaraju, B., D.A. Yee, & S.A. Juliano.  2007. Interspecific and intraspecific differences in foraging preferences of container-dwelling mosquitoes  Journal of Medical Entomology 44:215-221. 

Kesavaraju, B., K. Damal, & S.A. Juliano. 2007.  Threat-sensitive behavioral responses to concentrations of water-borne cues from predation.  Ethology  113:199-206 

Kesavaraju, B., B.W. Alto, L.P. Lounibos, & S.A. Juliano.  2007,  Behavioural responses of larval container mosquitoes to a size-selective predator.   Ecological Entomology 32: 262-272 

Braks, M.A.H., Juliano, S.A., & Lounibos, L.P. 2006. Superior reproductive success on human blood without sugar is not limited to highly anthropophilic mosquito species. Medical & Veterinary Entomology 20:53-59 

Yee, D.A. & Juliano, S.A.  2006. Consequences of detritus type in an aquatic microsystem: effects on water quality, microorganisms, and performance of the dominant consumer.  Freshwater Biology 51:448–459

Hatle, J.D. T. Waskey Jr., & S.A. Juliano.  2006.  Plasticity of grasshopper vitellogenin production in response to diet is primarily a result of changes in fat body mass.  Journal of Comparative Physiology – B  176:27-34    © Springer-Verlag

Alto, B.W., L.P. Lounibos, S. Higgs, S.A. Juliano. 2005. Larval competition differentially affects arbovirus infection in Aedes mosquitoes.  Ecology  86:3279–3288 

Costanzo, K.S., Kesavaraju, B., & Juliano, S.A.  2005.  Condition-specific competition in container mosquitoes: the role of non-competing life-history stages.  Ecology 86:3289-3295

Juliano, S.A., & Lounibos, L.P. 2005.  Ecology of invasive mosquitoes: effects on resident species and on human health.  (Invited review) Ecology Letters 8: 558–574.   © Blackwell

Costanzo, K.S., Mormann, K, & Juliano, S.A.  2005.  Asymmetrical competition and patterns of abundance of Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) Journal of Medical Entomology 42:559-570.

Juliano, S.A., Olson, J.R., Murrell, E.G., & Hatle, J.D.  2004.  Plasticity and canalization of insect reproduction:  testing alternative models of life history transitions.  Ecology 85:2986-2996.

Hatle, J. D., Andrews, A. L., Crowley, M. C., & Juliano, S.A.  2004. Interpopulation variation in developmental titers of vitellogenin, but not storage proteins, in lubber grasshoppers.   Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77:631-640 

Gunawardene, E.U., Stephenson, R.E., Hatle, J.D., & Juliano, S.A. 2004.  Are reproductive tactics determined by local ecology in Romalea microptera (Orthoptera: Acrididae)?   Florida Entomologist 87:119-123

Yee, D.A., Kesavaraju, B., & Juliano, S.A.  2004.  Interspecific differences in feeding behavior and survival under food-limited conditions for larval Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America  97: 720-728

Juliano, S.A., Lounibos, L.P., O’Meara, G.F. 2004.  A field test for competitive effects of Aedes albopictus on Aedes aegypti in South Florida:  Differences between sites of coexistence and exclusion? Oecologia 139:583-593.    © Springer-Verlag

Kesavaraju, B., & Juliano, S. A. 2004. Differential behavioral responses to water-borne cues to predation in two container dwelling mosquitoes.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97:194-201  

Braks M.A.H., Honório N.A., Lounibos L.P., Lourenço-de-Oliveira R, & Juliano SA. 2004. Interspecific competition between two invasive species of container mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae), in Brazil. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97:130-139.    

Braks M.A.H., Honório, N.A., Lourenço-de-Oliveira, R.,  Juliano, S.A. & Lounibos, L.P. 2003. Convergent habitat segregation of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in southeastern Brazil and Florida, USA. Journal of Medical Entomology 40:785-794 ​  

Alto,B.W., Lounibos, L. P.& Juliano, S. A..  2003. Age-dependent blood-feeding of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus on artificial and living hosts. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 19:347-352.

Daugherty, M. P. & Juliano, S. A.  2003. Leaf-scraping beetle feces are a food resource for tree hole mosquito larvae. American Midland Naturalist 150:181-184 

Hatle, J.D., Borst, D.W. & Juliano, S. A. 2003. Plasticity and canalization in the control of reproduction in the lubber grasshopper. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 43:635-645

Hatle, J. D., S. A. Juliano, & D. W. Borst.  2003. Hemolymph ecdysteroids do not affect vitellogenesis in the lubber grasshopper.  Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology. 52:45-57

Hatle, J. D., M. C. Crowley, A. A. Andrews, & S. A. Juliano. 2002.  A trade-off among age at reproduction, somatic storage, and clutch mass:  plasticity vs. geographic variation.  Oecologia  132:517-523  © Springer-Verlag

Daugherty, M. P. & S. A. Juliano.  2002. Testing for context-dependence in a processing chain interaction among detritus-feeding aquatic insects. Ecological Entomology 27:541-553​

Luker, L., J. D. Hatle, & S. A. Juliano. 2002. Reproductive responses to photoperiod by the grasshopper, Romalea microptera (Orthoptera: Romaleidae) from south Florida. Environmental Entomology 31:702-707

Juliano, S. A. & M. E. Gravel. 2002.  Predation and the evolution of prey behavior:  An experiment with tree hole mosquitoes. Behavioral Ecology 13:301-311 

Aliabadi, B. K. & S. A. Juliano. 2002.  Escape from Gregarine Parasites Affects the Competitive Impact of an Invasive Mosquito  Biological Invasions 4:283-297    

Juliano, S. A., G. F. O’Meara, J. R. Morrill, & M. M. Cutwa 2002. Desiccation and thermal tolerance of eggs and the coexistence of competing mosquitoes.   Oecologia 130:458-469.   © Springer-Verlag

Hatle, J. D., D. W. Borst., M. R. Eskew, & S. A. Juliano. 2001.   Maximum titers of vitellogenin and total hemolymph protein occur during the canalized phase of grasshopper egg production.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 74:885-893  

Lounibos, L. P., G. F.  O’Meara, R. L. Escher, N. Nishimura, M. Cutwa,, T. Nelson, R. E. Campos, & S. A. Juliano, 2001.  Testing predicted competitive displacement of native Aedes by the invasive Asian Tiger Mosquito Aedes albopictus in Florida, USA.  Biological Invasions 3:151-166 

Alto, B. W. & Juliano, S. A. 2001.  Precipitation and  temperature effects on populations of Aedes albopictus (Diptera:  Culicidae):  Implications for range expansion. Journal of Medical Entomology 38:646-656   

Alto, B. W. & S. A. Juliano, 2001.  Temperature and population dynamics of Aedes albopictus (Diptera:  Culicidae) Journal of Medical Entomology 38:548-556

Daugherty, M. P. & Juliano, S. A. 2001.   Factors influencing the abundance of scirtid beetles in container habitats. Journal of the North American Benthological Association 20:109-117.

Juliano, S. A. 2001. Non-linear curve fitting: Predation and functional response curves. in S. M. Scheiner & J. Gurevitch, eds. Design and analysis of ecological experiments.2nd edition. Oxford Universtiy Press,  pp. 178-196).

Flanagin, V. L., Haase, S. P., & Juliano, S. A. 2000. Effects of growth rates on development to metamorphosis in the lubber grasshopperRomalea microptera.Oecologia125:162-169.

Van Rhein, S. L., Flanary, B. E., & Juliano, S. A. 2000.  Effects of Habitat Type and Drying on Ascogregarina barretti (Eugregarinida: Lecudinidae) Infection in Aedes triseritatus (Diptera: Culicidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology 37:950-956

Daugherty, M. P., B. M. Alto, & S. A. Juliano. 2000  Invertebrate carcasses as a resource for competing Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 37:364-372 

Hatle, J. D., S. A. Juliano, and D. W. Borst.  2000  Juvenile hormone is a marker of the onset of reproductive canalization in lubber grasshoppers. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 30: 821-827

Frankino, W. A. & S. A. Juliano. 1999. Costs of reproduction and geographic variation in the reproductive tactics of the mosquito Aedes triseriatus Oecologia 120:59-68  © Springer-Verlag

Moehrlin,G. S. & Juliano, S. A. 1998. Plasticity of insect reproduction: Testing models of flexible vs. fixed development in response to different growth rates. Oecologia 115:492-500.  © Springer-Verlag

Aspbury, A. S. & Juliano, S. A. 1998. Negative effects of drying and prior exploitation on the detritus resource in an ephemeral aquatic habitat. Oecologia 115:137-148.    © Springer-Verlag

Juliano, S. A. 1998. Species introduction and replacement among mosquitoes: Interspecific resource competition or apparent competition? Ecology 79:255-268.   

Nannini, M. A. & Juliano, S. A. 1998. Effects of the facultative predator Anopheles barberi on population performance of Aedes triseriatus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 91:33-42.

Nannini, M. A. & Juliano, S. A. 1997. Effects of developmental asynchrony between Aedes triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae) and its predator Toxorhynchites rutilus (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology, 34:457-460

Kabissa, J. C. B., Yarro, J. G., Kayumbo, H. Y., & Juliano, S. A. 1997. Functional responses of two chrysopid predators feeding on Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and Aphis gossypii (Glover) (Homoptera: Aphididae). Entomophaga 41:141-151

Lounibos, L. P., Escher, R. L., Nishimura, N. & Juliano, S. A. 1997. Long-term dynamics of a predator used for biological control and decoupling from mosquito prey in a subtropical treehole ecosystem. Oecologia 111:189-200.   © Springer-Verlag

Hechtel, L. J. & Juliano, S. A. 1997. Effects of a predator on prey size at and time to metamorphosis: plastic response by prey or selective mortality? Ecology 78:838-851.  

Williams, F. M. & Juliano, S. A. 1996. Functional responses revisited. Environmental Entomology 25:549-550

Grill, C. P. & Juliano, S. A. 1996 Prediction species interactions based on behaviour: predation and competition in container-dwelling mosquitoes. Journal of Animal Ecology 65:63-76.

Juliano, S. A. 1996. Geographic variation in Aedes triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae): temperature dependent effects of a predator on survival of larvae. Environmental Entomology 25:624-631.

Léonard, P. M. & Juliano, S. A. 1995. Effects of leaf litter and density on fitness and population performance of the hole mosquito Aedes triseriatus. Ecological Entomology 20:125-136

Juliano, S. A. & Stoffregen, T. L. 1994. Effect of habitat drying on size at and time to metamorphosis in the tree hole mosquito Aedes triseriatus. Oecologia 97:369-376.

Hechtel, L. J., Johnson, C. L., & Juliano, S. A. 1993. Modification of antipredator behavior of Caecidotea intermedius by its parasite Acanthocephalus dirus. Ecology 74:710-713.

Pearson,D. L. & Juliano, S. A. 1993 Evidence for the influence of historical processes in co- occurrence and diversity of tiger beetle species (Coleoptera: Cicindelidae). in R. E. Ricklefs & D. Schluter eds. Historical and Geographical Determinants of Community Diversity University of Chicago Press, pp. 194-204.

Juliano, S. A., Hechtel, L. J., & Waters, J. 1993. Behavior and risk of predation in larval tree hole mosquitoes: effects of hunger and population history of predation. Oikos 68:229-241. 

Juliano, S. A. & L. Reminger. 1992. The relationship between vulnerability to predation and behavior: Geographic and ontogenetic differences in larval treehole mosquitoes. Oikos 63:465-476. 

Juliano, S. A. 1992. Quantitative analysis of sexual dimorphism and sex ratio in Hyphydrus ovatus (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).  Ecography  13:308-313. 

Juliano, S. A. & Lawton, J. L. 1990a. The relationship between competition and morphology. I. Morphological patterns among co-occurring dytiscid beetles. Journal of Animal Ecology 59:401-418

Juliano, S. A. & Lawton, J. L. 1990b. The relationship between competition and morphology. II. Experiments with co-occurring dytiscid beetles. Journal of Animal Ecology 59:831- 848. ​

Juliano, S. A. & Lawton, J. L. 1990c. Extrinsic vs. intrinsic food shortage and the strengths of feeding links: The effects of density and food availability on feeding rate of Hyphydrus ovatus. Oecologia 83:535-540.

Skip to toolbar