Pane, A.M. and Harmon-Threatt, AN. 2017. An assessment of efficacy and peak catch rates of emergence tents for measuring bee nesting . Applications in Plant Science
Harmon-Threatt, A.N., DeValpine, P and Kremen, C. 2017. Estimating resource preferences of a native bumble bee: the effects of availability and use-availability models on preference estimates. Oikos
Harmon-Threatt, A.N. and Chin, K. 2016. Common methods for tallgrass prairie restoration and their potential effects on bee diversity. Natural Areas Journal
Marchand, P, Harmon-Threatt, A.N. and Chapela I. 2015.Testing models of bee foraging behavior through the analysis of pollen loads and floral density data. Ecological Modelling 13, 41-49.
Harmon-Threatt, A.N. and Kremen, C. 2015.Bumble bees selectively use native and exotic species to maintain nutritional intake across highly variable and invaded local floral resource pools. Ecological Entomology
Harmon-Threatt, A.N and Hendrix, S. P. 2015. Prairie restorations and bees: The potential ability of seed mixes to foster native bee communities. Basic and Applied Ecology (16): 64-72.
Harmon-Threatt, A.N. and Ackerly, D.D. 2013. Filtering across spatial scales: phylogeny, biogeography and community structure in bumble bees. PLoS ONE 8(3):e60446.
DeValpine, P. and Harmon-Threatt, A.N. 2013. General models for resource use or other compositional count data using the Dirichlet-multinomial distribution. Ecology
Burns, J., Ashman, T.L., Steets, J., Harmon-Threatt, A.N., and Knight, T.M. 2011. Pollen limitation and its role in plant invasions. Oecologia 166,1009-1017
Harmon-Threatt, A.N., Burns, J., and Knight, T.M. 2009. Breeding system and pollination ecology of introduced plants compared to their native relatives. American Journal of Botany 96, 1544- 1550.