Publications

Standley, C.R., E.R. Hoebeke, D. Parry, D.C. Allen, M.K. Fierke. 2012. Detection and Identification of two new native hymneopteran parasitoids associated with the exotic Sirex noctilio in North America.  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. In Press PDF (Proof)

Parry, D. and S.A. Teale. 2011. Alien Invasions: The Effect of Introduced Species on Forest Structure and Function, pp. 115-162 in J.D. Castello and S.A. Teale (eds.) Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY 372 pp.

Post, K.H. and D. Parry. 2011. Non-target effects of transgenic blight-resistant American chestnut (Fagales: Fagaceae) on insect herbivores. Environmental Entomology 40(4):955-963 PDF

Wood, D.M, D. Parry, R. Yanai and N.E. Pitel. 2010. Forest fragmentation and duration of forest tent caterpillar (Malacosoma disstria Hübner) outbreaks in northern hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 260:1193-1197. PDF

Parry, D. 2009. Beyond Pandora’s Box: quantitatively evaluating non-target effects of parasitoids in classical biological control.  Biological Invasions 11: 47-58. PDF

Rodenhouse, N.L., L.M. Christenson, D. Parry and L.E. Green. 2009. Climate change effects on native fauna of northeastern forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 249-263. PDF

Elkinton, J.S., E, Preisser, G.H. Boettner and D. Parry. 2008. Factors Influencing Larval Survival of the Invasive Browntail Moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) in Relict North American Populations. Environmental Entomology 37: 1429-1437. PDF

Selfridge, J.A., D. Parry and G.H. Boettner. 2007. Parasitism of barrens buck moth Hemileuca maia Drury in early and late-successional pine barrens habitats. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 61:  213–221. PDF

Kosola, K.R., D. Parry and B.A. Workmaster. 2006. Poplar root condensed tannin response to gypsy moth defoliation. Tree Physiology. 26:1607–1611. PDF

Elkinton, J.S., D. Parry and G.H. Boettner. 2006. Implicating an introduced generalist parasitoid in the enigmatic demise of the invasive browntail moth.  Ecology 87: 2664-2672 PDF

Parry, D. and R.A. Goyer. 2004. Variation in the suitability of host tree species among geographically discrete populations of forest tent caterpillar. Environmental Entomology. 33: 1477-1487. PDF

Parry, D. and D.G. McCullough. 2004. The Ecology of Foliage-Feeding Insects in Temperate and Boreal Forests. Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences (eds, J. Burley, J. Evans, J.A. Youngquist). Elsevier Press.

Kosola, K.R., D.M. Durall, G.P. Robertson, D.I. Dickmann, D. Parry, C.A. Russell, E.A. Paul. 2004. Resilience of mycorrhizal fungi on defoliated and fertilized hybrid poplars. Canadian Journal of Botany. 82: 671-680. PDF

Parry, D., D.A. Herms and W.J. Mattson. 2003. Responses of an insect folivore and its parasitoids to multiyear experimental defoliation of aspen. Ecology 84: 1768-1783. PDF

Agrawal, A.A., K.R. Kosola and D. Parry. 2002. The influence of gypsy moth defoliation and nitrogen fertilization on hybrid poplar regeneration following coppicing. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32, 1491-1495. PDF

Kosola, K.R., D.I. Dickmann and D. Parry. 2002 Carbohydrates in individual poplar fine roots: effects of root age and defoliation. Tree Physiology 22: 741-746. PDF

Parry, D., R.A. Goyer & G.J. Lenhard. 2001. Macrogeographic clines in fecundity, reproductive allocation, and offspring size of the forest tent caterpillar Malacosoma disstria. Ecological Entomology 26: 281-291. PDF

K.R. Kosola, D.I. Dickmann, E.A. Paul, D. Parry. Repeated insect defoliation effects on growth, nitrogen acquisition, carbohydrates, and root demography of poplars. 2001. Oecologia 129: 65-74. PDF

Scriber, J.M., K. Weir, D. Parry, & J.A. Deering. 1999. Using hybrid and backcross larvae of Papilio canadensis and Papilio glaucus to detect induced phytochemical resistance in hybrid poplar trees experimentally defoliated by gypsy moths. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 91: 233-236.

Parry, D., J.R. Spence & W.J.A Volney  1998. Budbreak phenology and natural enemies mediate survival of early instar forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae. Environmental Entomology 27: 1368-1374.

Parry, D., W.J.A. Volney & C.R. Currie. 1997.  The relationship between trembling aspen phenology and larval development of the large aspen tortrix. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Northwest Region, Northern Forestry Centre  NOR-X-350. 14 pp.

Parry, D., J.R. Spence & W.J.A. Volney.  1997. The response of natural enemies to experimentally increased populations of forest tent caterpillar.  Ecological Entomology 22: 97-108. PDF

Williams, D. J. M., D. Parry & D.W. Langor. 1996.  Sampling and identification of forest tent caterpillar parasitoids in the Prairie Provinces.  Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Northwest Region, Northern Forestry Centre NOR-X-345. 27 pp.

Parry, D.  1995. Larval and pupal parasitism of the forest tent caterpillar in Alberta, Canada.  The Canadian Entomologist 127: 877-893.