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Peer-reviewed publications

Graham KK, Perkins JA, Peake A, Killewald M, Zavalnitskaya J, Wilson JK, Isaacs R. (2020) Wildflower plantings on fruit farms provide pollen resources and increase nesting by stem nesting bees. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. doi: 10.1111/afe.12424. pdf

Woodard SH, Federman S, James RR, Danforth DN, Griswold TL, Inouye D, McFrederick QS, Morandin L, Paul DL, Sellers E, Strange JP, Vaughan M, Williams NM, Branstetter MG, Burns CT, Cane J, Cariveau AB, Cariveau DP, Childers A, Childers C, Cox-Foster DL, Evans EC, Graham KK, Hackett K, Huntzinger KT, Irwin RE, Jha S, Lawson S, Liang C, Lopez-Uribe MM, Melathopoulos A, Moylett HMC, Otto CRV, Ponisio LC, Richardson LL, Rose R, Singh R, Wehling W. (2020) Towards a U.S. national program for monitoring native bees. Biological Conservation, 252. pdf

Killewald MF*, Rowe LM, Graham KK, Wood T, Isaacs R. (2019) Use of Nest and Pollen Resources by Leafcutter Bees, Genus Megachile (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in Central Michigan. The Great Lakes Entomologist, 52(1&2):34-44. pdf

Wood T, Killewald MF*, Graham KK, Gibbs J, and Isaacs R. (2019) Epeoloides pilosulus (Cresson) rediscovered in Michigan, with notes on the distribution and status of its Macropis hosts. The Great Lakes Entomologist, 52(1&2):1-5. pdf

Wood T, Gibbs J, Graham KK, and Isaacs R. (2019) Narrow pollen diets are associated with declining Midwestern bumble bee species. Ecology. pdf

Graham KK, Eaton K*, Obrien I*, and Starks PT. (2018) Anthidium manicatum, an invasive bee, excludes a native bumble bee, Bombus impatiens, from floral resources. Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-018-1889-7. pdf

Graham KK. (2018) Heterospecific Hymenoptera found inside the nests of Bombus impatiens (Hymenoptera: Apidae). The Great Lakes Entomologist, 51(1&2). pdf

Graham KK, and Maclean MG. (2018) Presence-only modeling is ill-suited for a recent generalist invader, Anthidium manicatum. Ecological Indicators, 89:56-62. pdf

Graham KK, Brown S*, Clarke SF*, Röse U, and Starks PT. (2017) The European wool-carder bee (Anthidium manicatum) eavesdrops on plant volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during trichome collection. Behavioural Processess, 144:5-12. pdf

Brown R, Payne A, Graham KK, and Starks PT. (2012) Prey capture and caste-specific payload capacities in the European paper wasp Polistes dominulus. Insectes Sociaux, 59:519-525. pdf

Kim HS, Sherman DK, Sasaki JY, Xu J, Chu TQ, Ryu C, Suh EM, Graham KK, and Taylor SE. (2010). Culture, distress, and oxytocin receptor polymorphism (OXTR) interact to influence emotional support seeking. PNAS, 107(36):15717-15721. pdf

*Undergraduate students where I was their primary mentor.

General Audience Publications

Graham, Kelsey K. “Beyond honey bees: Wild bees are also key pollinators, and some species are disappearing.” The Conversation. May 22, 2018.

Graham, Kelsey K. “Providing pollinator habitat in wetlands.” Association of Massachusetts Wetland Scientists Newsletter. May 2017. pdf

Graham, Kelsey K. “How are pollinators faring with Anthropogenic change?” PLOS Blogs. August 29, 2016.

Graham, Kelsey K. “Invasion Ecology at ESA 2016.” PLOS Blogs. August 29, 2016.

Graham, Kelsey K. “With disappearing sea ice, polar bears spend more time on land.” PLOS Blogs. August 10, 2016.

Graham, Kelsey K. “Bee battles: why our native pollinators are losing the war.” The Conversation. May 6, 2015.

Graham, Kelsey K. “Bee battles: are our native bees losing the fight for resources?” DOI: 10.18258/5029.