Duennes MA, C Petranek, EPD de Bonilla, J Mérida-Rivas, O Martinez-López, P Sagot, R Vandame, SA Cameron. 2017. Population genetics and geometric morphometrics of the Bombus ephippiatus species complex with implications for its use as a commercial pollinator. Conservation Genetics. 18(3): 553-572. [link]

Cameron SA, HC Lim, JD Lozier, MA Duennes, R Thorp. 2016. A test of the invasive pathogen hypothesis of bumble bee decline in North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113: 4386-4391. [link]

Lozier JD, SA Cameron, MA Duennes, JP Strange, PH Williams, D Goulson, MJF Brown, C Morales, S Jepsen. 2015. Relocation risky for bumblebee colonies. Science 350: 286-287. [link]

Duennes MA, R Vandame. 2015. Bombus ephippiatus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T21215149A21215217. [link]

Dean C, MA Duennes, C Chu, SA Cameron. 2015. Colony characteristics and Nosema infection of Bombus auricomus (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Entomological News 125(3): 220-223. [pdf]

Rapti Z, MA Duennes, SA Cameron. 2014. Defining the colour pattern phenotype in bumble bees (Bombus): a new model for evo devo. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113: 384-404. [pdf]

Heath KD, E Bagley, AJM Berkey, DM Birlenbach, MK Carr-Markell, JW Crawford, MA Duennes, JO Han, MJ Haus, SM Hellert, CJ Holmes, BC Mommer, J Ossler, R Peery, L Powers, DR Scholes, CA Silliman, LR Stein, CJ Wesseln. 2014. Amplify the signal: Graduate training in broader impacts of scientific research. Bioscience 64: 517-523. [pdf]

Duennes MA, JD Lozier, HM Hines, SA Cameron. 2012. Geographical patterns of genetic divergence in the widespread Mesoamerican bumble bee Bombus ephippiatus (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64: 219-231. [pdf]

Kritsky G, MA Duennes. 2009. The rate of DNA degradation in pinned tiger beetles. Cicindela 41(3): 69-73. [pdf]

Kritsky G, B Cortright, MA Duennes, J Smith, S Pierce. 2009. The status of Cicindela marginipennis (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Southeastern Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 118(2): 139-142. [pdf]