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Benning, JW and Moeller, DA. 2019. Maladaptation beyond a geographic range limit driven by antagonistic and mutualistic biotic interactions across an abiotic gradient. in revision, Evolution.

Benning, JW, Eckhart, VM, Geber, MA, and Moeller, DA. 2019. Biotic interactions contribute to the geographic range of an annual plant: herbivory and phenology mediate fitness beyond a range margin. American Naturalist, 193:786-797. pdf

Hargreaves, AL, Suárez, E, Mehltreter, K, Myers-Smith, I, Vanderplank, SE, Slinn, HL, Vargas, Y, Haeussler, S, David, S, Muñoz, J, Almazán-Núñez, RC, Loughnan, D, Benning, JW, Moeller, DA, Brodie, JF, Morales, PA. 2019. Seed predation increases from the Arctic to the Equator and from high to low elevations. Science Advances, 5:eaau4403. pdf

Bolin, LG*, Benning, JW, and Moeller, DA. 2018. Mycorrhizal interactions do not influence plant-herbivore interactions in populations of Clarkia xantiana ssp. xantiana spanning from center to margin of the geographic range. Ecology & Evolution, 8:10743-10753. *Undergraduate mentee pdf

Benning, JW. 2015. Odd for an ericad: nocturnal pollination of Lyonia lucida (Ericaceae). American Midland Naturalist, 174:204-218. pdf