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Dr. Gordon Smith
Dr. Gordon Smith
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University
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Sex differences in pollinator behavior: patterns across species and consequences for the mutualism
GP Smith, JL Bronstein, DR Papaj
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (7), 971-985, 2019
232019
Long-term time-lapse video provides near complete records of floral visitation
J Edwards, GP Smith, MHF McEntee
Journal of Pollination Ecology 16, 91-100, 2015
212015
Linkages between nectaring and oviposition preferences of Manduca sexta on two co‐blooming Datura species in the Sonoran Desert
GP Smith, CA Johnson, G Davidowitz, JL Bronstein
Ecological Entomology 43 (1), 85-92, 2018
152018
Coevolutionary transitions from antagonism to mutualism explained by the Co-Opted Antagonist Hypothesis
CA Johnson, GP Smith, K Yule, G Davidowitz, JL Bronstein, R Ferrière
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-11, 2021
72021
Mass-flowering monoculture attracts bees, amplifying parasite prevalence
H Cohen, GP Smith, H Sardiñas, JF Zorn, QS McFrederick, SH Woodard, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1960), 20211369, 2021
62021
Sex differences in the foraging behavior of a generalist hawkmoth
GP Smith, G Davidowitz, R Alarcón, DR Papaj, JL Bronstein
Insect Science 29 (1), 304-314, 2022
32022
Within-species variation in hawkmoth foraging behavior: patterns, causes, and consequences
GP Smith
The University of Arizona, 2019
22019
Sex‐associated differences in the network roles of pollinators
GP Smith, J Gardner, J Gibbs, T Griswold, M Hauser, D Yanega, ...
Ecosphere 12 (12), e03863, 2021
2021
The consequences of proboscis curling behavior on pollen fate
G Smith, J Bronstein, G Davidowitz
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
2019
AMONG-INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN DIET BREADTH IN SPECIALIST AND GENERALIST HAWKMOTHS
GP Smith, DR Papaj, R Alarcón, G Davidowitz, JL Bronstein
WITHIN-SPECIES VARIATION IN HAWKMOTH FORAGING BEHAVIOR: PATTERNS, CAUSES …, 2019
2019
SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF HYLES LINEATA
GP Smith, G Davidowitz, DR Papaj, JL Bronstein
WITHIN-SPECIES VARIATION IN HAWKMOTH FORAGING BEHAVIOR: PATTERNS, CAUSES …, 2019
2019
Sex differences in pollinator behavior: Patterns across species and consequences for plants
G Smith, J Bronstein, DR Papaj
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
Intersexual variation in pollen loads on a generalist hawkmoth, Hyles lineata, and its potential consequences for plant reproduction
G Smith, G Davidowitz, R Alarcón, DR Papaj, J Bronstein
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Floral foraging networks shape pollinator-parasite and pollinator-microbe interactions
H Cohen, Q McFrederick, G Smith, SH Woodard, L Ponisio
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
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