Fitzgerald, J.L., J.E. Ogilvie, P.J. CaraDonna. Ecological drivers and consequences of bumble bee body size variation. Environmental Entomology, 51(6): 1055-1068. https://doi.org/10.1093/ee/nvac093 [pdf]
Fitzgerald, J.L., K.L. Stuble, L.M. Nichols, S.E. Diamond, T.R. Wentworth, S.L. Pelini, N.J. Gotelli, N.J. Sanders, R.R. Dunn, CA. Penick. Abundance of spring- and winter-active arthropods declines with warming, Ecosphere 12(4):e03473. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3473
Pinilla-Gallego, M.S., E.E. Williams, A. Davies, J.L. Fitzgerald, S. McArt, R.E. Irwin. Within-Colony Transmission of Microsporidian and Trypanosomatid Parasites in Honey Bee and Bumble Bee Colonies, Environmental Entomology 49, no. 6 (2020): 1393-1401. https://doi.org/10.1093/ee/nvaa112
Beasley, D.E., J.L. Fitzgerald, A. Fowler, K. Keleher, M.M. Lopez-Uribe, S.D. Frank, D.R. Tarpy, R.R. Dunn. Do Bee Wings Adapt for Flight in Urban Environments? Southeastern Naturalist 18, no. 2 (2019):183–191. https://doi.org/10.1656/058.018.0210
Fitzgerald, J.L., J.E. Ogilvie, P.J. CaraDonna. Body size variation within and between bumble bee life stages is driven by biotic and abiotic factors, with consequences for phenology and resource use. In preparation for a special issue of Journal of Animal Ecology.
Fitzgerald, J.L., J.E. Ogilvie, P.J. CaraDonna. Morphological integration and trait scaling across social castes in wild bumble bees. In preparation for The American Naturalist.