Publications

Canfield, M. R. 2016. In the museum with Roosevelt. Nature 532: 440.

Canfield, M. R. 2015. Theodore Roosevelt in the Field. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Canfield, M. R., ed. 2011. Field Notes on Science and Nature. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press .

Canfield, M. and N. Pierce. 2010. Facultative mimicry? The evolutionary significance of seasonal forms in some Indoaustralian pierids. Tropical Lepidoptera Research: 20:1-7.

Canfield, M., Chang, S. and N. Pierce. 2009. The double cloak of invisibility: phenotypic plasticity and larval decoration in Synchlora frondaria across three diet treatments. Ecological Entomology 34: 412-414.

Canfield, M. and E. Greene. 2009. Polyphenism and semantic plasticity: a historical account with a recommendation. In: Whitman D. J. and T. N. Ananthakrishnan, eds. Phenotypic Plasticity in Insects: Mechanisms and Consequences. Enfield, NH, Science Publishers. p. 135-146.

Greene, E., Canfield M. and A. Ehmer. 2009. Developmental flexibility, phenotypic plasticity, and host plants: a case study with Nemoria caterpillars. In: Whitman D. J. and T. Ananthakrishnan, eds. Phenotypic Plasticity in Insects: Mechanisms and Consequences. Enfield, NH, Science Publishers. p. 65-80.

Canfield, M., Greene, E., Moreau, C., Chen, N. and N. Pierce. 2008. Exploring Phenotypic Plasticity and Biogeograpy in Emerald Moths: A Phylogeny of the Genus Nemoria (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49: 477-487.

Mathew, J., Travassos, M., Canfield, M., Murawski, D., Kitching, R. and N. Pierce. 2008. The singing reaper: diet, morphology and vibrational signaling in the Nearctic species Feniseca tarquinius (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: Miletinae). Tropical Lepidoptera Research 18(1): 24-29.

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