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Publications

Primary Literature

Kamilar, Victoria, Adrienne Brundage, and Ryan S. Mohammed. “An Evaluation of the Hard Ticks (Ixodidae) Infesting Cane Toads Rhinella marina (Bufonidae) in Northeastern Trinidad, WI.” Living World, Journal of the Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists’ Club (2020).

Conner, M., Mohammed, R. S., Brundage, A., & Conway, K. W. (2020). Male Colour Morphs in a Northeastern Trinidad Population of Streak Gecko Gonatodes vittatus (Squamata: Gekkota: Sphaerodactylidae). Living World, Journal of the Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists’ Club.

Bejeck, J.R., R. Curtis-Robles, M. Riley, A. Brundage, S.A. Hamer, and G. L. Hamer. 2018. Clear Resin Casting of Arthropods of Medical Importance for Use in Educational and Outreach Activities. Journal of Insect Science, 18 (2): 34; 1-4

Carmo, R.F.R., S.D. Vasconcelos, A.L.Brundage, J.K. Tomberlin. 2018. How do Invasive Species Affect Native Species? Experimental Evidence from a Carrion Blowfly (Diptera Calliphoridae) System. Ecological Entomology 

Brundage, A, T. Crippen, B. Singh, M.E. Benbow, W. Liu, A.M. Tarone, T.K. Wood, and J.K. Tomberlin. 2017. Interkingdom Cues by Bacteria Assoicated with Conspecific and Heterospecific Eggs of Cochliomyia macellaria and Chrysomya rufifacies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Potentially Govern Succession on Carrion. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 110 (1): 73-82

Brundage, A., and J. H. Byrd. “Forensic entomology in animal cruelty cases.” Veterinary Pathology 53.5 (2016): 898-909.

Monk, Muhammad Ansari, and Adrienne Brundage. “Sexual Dimorphism of Pupal size in Calliphorid Carrion Feeders (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2 (2016).

Olvera, Leslie, and Adrienne Brundage. “Drowning of Chrysomya rufifacies (Macquart)(Diptera: Calliphoridae) Eggs in Water.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2 (2016).

Reynozo, Jessica Celene, and Adrienne Brundage. “Adult Longevity in Females and Males in Chrysomya rufifacies (Macquart)(Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Undergraduate Research 2 (2016).

Brundage, Adrienne L., Tawni L. Crippen, and Jeffery K. Tomberlin. “Methods for external disinfection of blow fly (Diptera: Calliphoridae) eggs prior to use in wound debridement therapy.” Wound Repair and Regeneration 24.2 (2016): 384-393.

BRUNDAGE, ADRIENNE, MARK ERIC BENBOW, and JEFFERY K. TOMBERLIN. “Priority effects on the life-history traits of two carrion blow fly (Diptera, Calliphoridae) species.” Ecological Entomology (2014).

Brundage, Adrienne, Shannon Bros, and Jeffrey Y. Honda. “Seasonal and habitat abundance and distribution of some forensically important blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in Central California.” Forensic science international 212.1 (2011): 115-120.

Honda, Jeffrey Y.,A. Brundage, C. Happy, and S.C. Kelly. “New records of carrion feeding insects collected on human remains.” The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 84.1 (2008): 29-32.

Books and Book Chapters

Brundage, A. The Game is Afoot: A Survey of Forensic Sciences. Great River Learning; Dabuque, IA; 2020

Brundage, A. Veterinary Entomology: It’s All Fun & Games until Someone gets Lyme Disease. Great River Learning; Dabuque, IA; 2020

Brundage, Adrienne. “Diptera Development: A Forensic Science Perspective.” Life Cycle and Development of Diptera. IntechOpen, 2020.

Brundage, A. “General Entomology and Basic Arthropod Biology” in Forensic Entomology: The Utility of Arthropods in Legal Investigations. CRC Press; 2019

Brundate, A. “Carrion Ecology” in Biodiversity Conservation: Addressing Modern Challenges Through Multidisciplinary and Forensic Approaches. Spring; In press

Brundage, A. A Survey of the Forensic Sciences. Waterloo, ON: TopHat Monocle Inc; 2017

Brundage, A., J. Byrd, and L. Sutton. “Forensic Entomology” in Manual of Forensic Science: An International Survey. CRC Press; 2017

Student Research

Articles listed here are published through student-managed journals. Co-authorship on these authors indicates Dr. Brundage added significant work to data collection, management, and providing resources for the project.

Davila, Erika Lauren, A.L. Brundage (2019) “Comparison of the longevity of Cochliomyia macellaria (Fabricus) and Chrysomya rufifacies (Macquart) adult males (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 5

Shook, Samuel, A.L. Brundage (2018) “Comparison of Adult Longevity of Chrysomya rufifacies and Cochliomyia macellaria (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 4

Krupa, Lauren Esthers, Renne Holmes, Jakalynne Gosnell, A.L. Brundage (2018) “Efficacy of Essential Oils as a Larvicide Against Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae)” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 4

Akers, Lindsay, A.L. Brundage (2017). “Effect of Water Submersion on Cochliomyia macellaria (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Eggs.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 3.

Gosnell, Jakalynn, A.L. Brundage (2017). “A Longevity Comparison in Forensically Important Male Flies (Fabricius) (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 3.

Homes, Valerie, A.L. Brundage (2017) “A Comparison of Longevity Between Sexes of Chochliomyia macellaria (Fabricius) (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 3.

Chambless, Luke, A.L. Brundage (2017) “Comparative Adult Longevity of Chrysomya rufifacies (Ditpera: Calliphoridae) and Cochliomyia macellaria (Fabricius).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 3.

Ogg, Kaitlynn, A.L. Brundage (2017) “Adult Longevity Test by Sex in Chrysomya rufifacies (Diptera: Calliphoridae).” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 3.

Collins, Catherine, A.L. Brundage (2017) “Adult Longevity of Chrysomya rufifacies (Diptera Calliphoridae) by Sex.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 3.

Crider, Andrew Ryan, A.L. Brundage (2016) “Comparison of Longevity in Male and Female Cochliomyia macellaria.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2.

Monk, M., A.L. Brundage (2016) “Sexual Dimorphism of Pupal Size in Calliphorid Carrion Feeders.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2.

Olvera, Leslie, A.L. Brundage (2016) “Drowning of Chrysomya rufifacies eggs in water.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2.

Alvarez, Christina Kaye, A.L. Brundage (2016). “Toleration of Lucilia cuprina Eggs to Agitation Within Insect Saline.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2.

“Reynozo, Jessica Celene, A.L. Brundage (2016). “Adult Longevity in Females and Males in Chrysomya rufifacies.” Instars: A Journal of Student Research 2.