6. Keilsohn W.*, Narango, D.L. and Tallamy D.W. (2018) Roadside habitat impacts insect traffic mortality. Journal of Insect Conservation, 22(2): 183-188. (PDF)
5. WD Hansen, JP Scholl, AE Sorensen, K Fisher, J Klassen, L Calle, G Kandlikar, N Kortessis, D Kucera, D Marias, DL Narango, K O’Keefe, A Planas, W Recart, E Ridolfi, M Shay. (2018) How do we ensure the future of our discipline is vibrant? Student reflections on careers and culture of ecology. Ecosphere 9(2): e02099. (PDF)
4. Narango, D.L. and Rodewald A.D. (2018) Signal information of bird song changes in human-dominated landscapes, Urban Ecosystems 21(1): 41-50. (PDF)
3. Narango, D.L., Tallamy, D.W. and Marra, P.P. (2017) Native plants improve breeding and foraging habitat for an insectivorous bird. Biological Conservation, 213, pp.42-50. (PDF)
2. Narango, D.L., and Rodewald A.D. (2016) Urban-associated drivers of song variation along a rural–urban gradient. Behavioral Ecology 27.2: 608-616.
1. Newell, F.L., Haiman, A.K., Narango, D.L., Means, J., Leonhard, L.D., Philhower-Gillen, J., Johnson, A.M., Rodewald, A.D. (2013) Polygyny and Double Brooding in the Eastern Wood-Pewee. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125(2):251-259.
* Undergraduate Student Mentor
Baisden, E.C., Tallamy, D.W., Narango, D.L. and Boyle E.. Do cultivars of native plants support insect herbivores? Revision in review at HortTechnology.
Narango, D.L., Tallamy, D.W. and Marra P.P. Nonnative plants reduce population growth in an insectivorous bird, in revision at Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
In Prep (full drafts only)
Narango, D.L. Tallamy, D.W., Snyder, K.J.* and Rice, R.A. Tree selection in shade coffee matters to insectivorous birds, in prep for Ecosphere
Narango, D.L. Tallamy, D.W. and Marra P.P. Residential plant communities influence diet, parental effort and nestling condition of Carolina chickadees (Poecile carolinensis), in prep for Journal of Animal Ecology
Narango, D.L., Tallamy, D.W., Carlo, T.A., and Marra P.P. Mapping vertical energy flow of native and nonnative plants to food webs using a stable isotope tracer. In prep for Ecology Letters