John F. Addicott

PUBLICATIONS Refereed Publications

  1. Addicott, JF, Tyre RA (in press) Cheating in an obligate mutualism: How often do myucca moths benefit yuccas? Oikos (accepted August 31, 1994)
  2. Tyre RA, Addicott JF (1993) Facultative non-mutualistic behaviour in an "Obligate" mutualist: "Cheating" by yucca moths. Oecologia 94:173-175
  3. Breton L, Addicott JF (1992) Does host-plant quality mediate aphid-ant mutulaism? Oikos 63:253-259
  4. Breton L, Addicott JF (1992) Density-dependent mutualism in an aphid-ant interaction. Ecology 73:2175-2180
  5. Antolin MF, Addicott JF (1991) Colonization, among shoot movement, and local population neighborhoods of two aphid species. Oikos 61:45-53
  6. Cushman JH, Addicott JF (1991) Conditional interactions in ant-plant-homopteran mutualisms. pp. 143-161 In: Cutler DF, Huxley CR (eds) Interactions Between Ants and Plants. Oxford University Press (invited)
  7. Addicott JF, Bronstein J, Kjellberg F (1990) Evolution of mutualistic life cycles: yucca moths and fig wasps. pp. 143-161 In: Gilbert F (ed) Genetics, Evolution, and Coordination of Insect Life Cycles. Springer-Verlag, London (invited)
  8. Cushman JH, Addicott JF (1989) Intra- and interspecific competition for mutualists: ants as a limited and limiting resource for aphids. Oecologia 79:315-321
  9. Antolin MF, Addicott JF (1988) Habitat selection and colony survival of Macrosiphum valeriani Clarke (Homoptera: Aphididae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 81:245-251
  10. Addicott JF, Aho JM, Antolin MF, Padilla D, Richardson JS, Soluk DA (1987) Ecological neighborhoods: Scaling environmental and population patterns. Oikos 49:340-346
  11. Freedman HI, Addicott JF, Rai, B (1987) Obligate mutualism with a predator: Stability and persistence of three species models. Theor. Popul. Biol. 32:157-175
  12. Addicott JF (1986) Variation in the costs and benefits of mutualism: The interaction between yuccas and yucca moths. Oecologia 70:486-494
  13. Addicott JF (1985a) On the population consequences of mutualism. pp. 425-436 In: Case T, Diamond J (eds) Community Ecology. University of California Press, Berkeley (invited)
  14. Addicott JF (1985b) Competition in mutualistic systems. pp. 217 247 In: Boucher D (ed) The Biology of Mutualism: Ecology and Evolution. Croom Helm, London (invited)
  15. Wiens, J, Addicott JF, Case, T, Diamond, J (1985) The significance of spatial and temporal scale in ecological investigations. pp. 145-153 In: Case T, Diamond J (eds) Community Ecology. University of California Press, Berkeley (invited)
  16. Addicott JF (1984) Mutualistic interactions in population and community processes. pp. 437 455 In: Price PW, Slobodchikoff CN, Gaud BS (eds) A New Ecology: Novel Approaches to Interactive Systems. John Wiley & Sons, New York (invited)
  17. Addicott JF, Freedman HI (1984) On the structure and stability of mutualistic systems: Analysis of predator prey and competition models as modified by the action of a slow growing mutualist. Theor. Popul. Biol. 26:320 339
  18. Rai, B, Freedman HI, Addicott JF (1983) Analysis of three species models of mutualism in predator prey and competitive systems. MathBiosci. 65:13 50
  19. Everson, PR, Addicott JF (1982) Mate selection strategies by male mites in the absence of intersexual selection by females: A test of six hypotheses. Can. J. Zool. 60:2729 2736
  20. Addicott JF (1981a) Stability properties of 2 species models of mutualism: simulation studies. Oecologia 49:42 49
  21. Addicott JF (1981b) A modified clip cage for use with aphids and other small insects. Can. Entomol. 113:171 172
  22. Addicott JF (1981c) Synonymy of Aphis heraclella Davis with Aphis helianthi Monell 1879 (Homoptera: Aphididae). Can. Entomol. 113:167 169
  23. Addicott JF (1979a) A multispecies aphid ant association: density dependence and species specific effects. Can. J. Zool. 57:558 569
  24. Addicott JF (1979b) On the population biology of aphids. Am. Nat. 114:760 763
  25. Addicott JF (1978a) The population dynamics of aphids on fireweed: a comparison of local and metapopulations. Can. J. Zool. 56:2554 2564
  26. Addicott JF (1978b) Competition for mutualists: Aphids and ants. Can. J. Zool. 56:2093 2096
  27. Addicott JF (1978c) Niche relationships among species of aphids feeding on fireweed. Can. J. Zool. 56:1837 1841
  28. Addicott JF (1974) Predation and prey community structure: an experimental study of the effect of mosquito larvae on the protozoan communities of pitcher plants. Ecology 55:475 492
  29. Vandermeer JH, Addicott JF, Anderson, A, Kitasako, J Pearson, D, Schnell, Wilbur, H (1972) Observations on Paramecium occupying arboreal standing water in Costa Rica. Ecology 53:291 293
Refereed Publications
resulting from
Research Supported by
NSERC Grants to JF Addicott
  1. Wiebes JT (1991) Agaonidae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea) and Ficus (Moraceae): fig wasps and their figs, VII (Pleistodontes). Proc. Kon. Ned. Akad. v. Wetensch. 94:137-152.
Refereed Publications
from Supervised
Graduate Student and Post-Doctoral Research
  1. Deslippe RJ, Savolainen R (in press) Sex investment in a social insect: the proximate role of food. Ecology (in press, accepted July 17, 1994).
  2. Deslippe RJ, Savolainen R (in press) Mechanisms of competition in a guild of formicine ants. Oikos (accepted July 1, 1994).
  3. Deslippe RJ, Savolainen R (in press) Role of food supply in structuring a population of Formica ants. Journal of Animal Ecology (accepted September 22, 1993).
  4. Marino PC (1991) Competition between mosses (Splachnaceae) in patchy habitats. Journal of Ecology 79:1031-1046
  5. Marino PC (1991) Dispersal and coexistence of mosses (Splachnaceae) in patchy habitats. Journal of Ecology 79:1047-1060
  6. Marino PC (1991) Aggregation and regional coexistence in divided habitats: a simulation study. Ecological Modelling 58:333-345
  7. Chapman CA (1989) Primate seed dispersal: The fate of dispersed seeds. Biotropica 21:341-356.
  8. Chapman CA (1988a) Patch use and patch depletion by the Spider and Howling Monkeys of Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Behaviour 105:99-116
  9. Chapman CA (1988b) Patterns of foraging and range use by three species of neotropical primates. Primates 29:177-194
  10. Chapman CA (1988c) Flexibility in diets of three species of Costa Rican primates. Folia Primatologica 29:90-105
  11. Harrison GD, Mitchell BK (1988) Host-plant acceptance by geographic populations of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata: the role of solanaceous alkaloids as sensory deterrents. J. Chem. Ecol. 14:777-788
  12. Marino PC (1988a) The North American distribution of Splachnaceae. The Bryologist 91:161-166
  13. Marino PC (1988b) Coexistence in divided habitats: Mosses in the family Splachnaceae. Ann. Zool. Fennici 25:89-98 (invited)
  14. Chapman CA, Chapman LJ (1987) Social responses to the traumatic injury of a juvenile spider monkey. Primates 28:271-275
  15. Harrison GD (1987) Host-plant discrimination and the evolution of feeding preference in the Colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata. Physiol. Ent. 12:407-415
  16. Chapman CA, Chapman LJ (1986) Development of howling monkey twins (Alouatta palliata) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Primates 27:377-381
  17. Chapman CA (1986) Boa constrictor predation and group response in white-faced Cebus monkeys. Biotropica 18:171-172
  18. Veilleux BG (1979) An analysis of the predatory interaction between Paramecium and Didinium. J. Anim. Ecol. 48:787 803
Publications from Conference Proceedings
  1. Freedman HI, Addicott JF, Rai B (1983) Non obligate and obligate models of mutualism. pp. 349-354 In: Freedman HI, Strobeck C (eds) Proceedings of the International Conference on Population Biology. Springer Verlag, New York
Book Reviews
  1. Addicott JF (1987) The cell biology of microbial symbioses. Ecology 69:296-297 (invited)