Lynne K. Rieske-Kinney

Professor, Forest Entomology

PhD University of Wisconsin (1995) | Return to L. Rieske-Kinney Homepage

Full Publication List

  • Johnson, J, JK Adkins, LK Rieske. In press. Canopy vegetation influences ant communities in headwater stream riparian zones of central Appalachia.Journal of Insect Science.
  • Nelson, LA, LK Rieske. In press. Microclimatic variation within sleeve cages used in ecological studies. Journal of Insect Science.
  • Nelson, LA, DN Dillaway, LK Rieske. 2014. Effect of an exotic herbivore, Adelges tsugae, on photosynthesis of a highly susceptible Tsuga host, with notes on conspecifics. Arthropod – Plant Interactions 8 (1), 9-15.
  • Liang L., JT Clark, N. Kong, LK Rieske, S. Fei. 2014. Spatial analysis facilitates invasive species risk assessment. Forest Ecology and Management 215: 22-29.
  • Adkins, JK, LK Rieske. 2013. Loss of a foundation forest species due to an exotic invader impacts terrestrial arthropod communities. Forest Ecology and Management 295: 126-135.
  • Dodd, L.E., N. S. Skowronski, M. B. Dickinson, M. J. Lacki, and L. K. Rieske. 2013. Using LiDAR to link forest canopy structure with bat activity and insect occurrence: preliminary findings. Proceedings of Mammoth Cave National Park’s 10th Research Symposium (ed Trimboli, S.R.). 50-57
  • Dodd, L.E., Z. Cornett, A. Smith, and L.K. Rieske. 2013. Variation in lepidopteran occurrence in hemlock-dominated and deciduous-dominated forests of Central Appalachia. Great Lakes Entomologist 46: 1-12.
  • Graziosi, I, LK Rieske. 2013. Response of Torymus sinensis, a parasitoid of the gallforming Dryocosmus kuriphilus, to olfactory and visual cues. Biological Control 67: 137-142.
  • Rieske, L.K. and Cooper, W.R. 2013. Asian chestnut gall wasp, Dryocosmus kuriphilus (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae). In: Saving trees, saving forests: Use of classical biological control to preserve native US and Canadian forests. R. G. Van Driesche, R.G. [ed], University of Massachusetts, Amherst. USDA Forest Service.
  • Rieske, LK. 2013. 120 years of innovative entomology: A celebration of achievements. American Entomologist.
  • Dodd, L.E., E.G. Chapman, J.D. Harwood, M.J. Lacki, and L.K. Rieske. 2012. Identification of prey of Myotis septentrionalis using DNA-based techniques.Journal of Mammalogy 93: 1119-1128.
  • Graziosi, I, LK Rieske. 2012. Local spread of an exotic invader: Using remote sensing and spatial analysis to document proliferation of the invasive Asian chestnut gall wasp. iForest 5: 255-26
  • Rieske, L.K. In press. Accumulation of natural enemies by the Asian chestnut gall wasp in North America. In: Double, M and MacDonald, W., eds: Proceedings of the 5th International Chestnut Symposium, 4 - 8 September 2012, Shepherdstown, WV.
  • Clark, J.T., S. Fei, L. Liang, and L.K. Rieske. 2012. Mapping eastern hemlock: Comparing classification techniques to evaluate susceptibility of a fragmented and valued resource to an exotic invader, the hemlock woolly adelgid. Forest Ecology and Management 266: 216-222.

  • Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, E.R. Britzke, D.A. Buehler, P.D. Keyser, J.L. Larkin, A.D. Rodewald, T.B. Wigley, P.B. Wood, and L.K. Rieske. 2012.  Forest structure affects trophic linkages: how silvicultural disturbance impacts bats and their insect prey. Forest Ecology and Management 267: 262-270.

  • Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, and L.K. Rieske. 2011. Habitat associations of Lepidoptera in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society.

  • Mallis, R.E. and L.K. Rieske. 2011. Arboreal spiders of eastern hemlock.  Environmental Entomology 40: 1378-1387.

  • Cooper, W.R. and L.K. Rieske. 2011. Chestnut species and jasmonic acid treatment influence development and community interactions of galls produced by the Asian chestnut gall wasp, Dryocosmus kuriphilus. Journal of Insect Science 11:140.
  • Spaulding, H.L. and L.K. Rieske. 2011.  A glimpse at future forests: predicting the effects of Phytophthora ramorum on high-risk forests of southern Appalachia.  Biological Invasions 13: 1367-1375.
  • Cooper, W.R. and L.K. Rieske. 2011. A native and an introduced parasitoid utilize and exotic gall-maker host. Biocontrol 56.
  • Coleman, T.W., A. Martin, J.R. Meeker, S. Clarke, and L.K. Rieske.  2010. Sixteen years of vegetation succession in loblolly pine forests following catastrophic stand replacement.  US Forest Service General Technical Report.
  • Mallis, R.E. and L.K. Rieske. 2010. Web orientation and prey resources for web-building spiders in eastern hemlock. Environmental Entomology 39: 1466-1472.
  • Cooper, W.R. and L.K. Rieske. 2010.  Gall Structure Affects Ecological Associations of Dryocosmus kuriphilus (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae). Environmental Entomology 39, 787-797.

  • McEwan, R.W., L.G. Arthur-Paratley, L.K. Rieske and M.A. Arthur.  2010.  A multi-assay comparison of seed germination inhibition by Lonicera maackiiand co-occurring native shrubs.  Flora.  DOI: 10.1016/j.flora. 2009.12.031.

  • Spaulding, H.L. and L.K. Rieske.  2010. The aftermath of an invasion: Structure and composition of Central Appalachian hemlock forests following establishment of the hemlock woolly adelgid, Adelges tsugae.  Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-010-9704-0.

  • Cooper, W.R. and L.K. Rieske.  2009.  Woody stem galls interact with foliage to affect community associations. Environmental Entomology 38, 417-424. 

  • Reeves, J.D., B.L. Strohm, L.K. Rieske, B.D. Ayres, and A.M. Costa.  2009. Geographic variation in prey preference in bark beetle predators.  Ecological Entomology 34, 183-192, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2311.2008.01055.x

  • Lensing, J.R., L.K. Rieske, C.W. Harper, J.T. Collins, and J.J. Obrycki.  2008.  A tale of success: Preventing establishment of the gypsy moth in Kentucky. American Entomologist 54, 138-143.

  • Rieske, L.K. and D.N. Dillaway. 2008. Response of two oak species to extensive defoliation: Tree growth and vigor, phytochemistry, and herbivore suitability.  Forest Ecology and Management 256, 121-128.
  • McEwan R.W., L.K. Rieske, and M.A. Arthur. 2008.  Potential for interactions between invasive woody shrubs and the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar), an invasive insect herbivore.  Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-008-9316-0.

  • Coleman, T.W., J.R. Meeker, S.R. Clarke, and L.K. Rieske. 2008. Forest composition following overstory mortality from southern pine beetle and associated treatments.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38, 1-13.

  • Coleman, T.W., J.R. Meeker, S.R. Clarke, and L.K. Rieske.  2008.  The suppression of Dendroctonus frontalis  and subsequent wildfire have an impact on forest stand dynamics.  Applied Vegetation Science 11, 231-242.

  • Cooper, W.R. and L.K. Rieske.  2008.  Differential responses in American (Castanea dentata Marshall) and Chinese (C. mollissima Blume) chestnut to foliar application of jasmonic acid. Chemoecology 18, 121-127.

  • Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, and L.K. Rieske.  2008.  Variation in moth occurrence and implications for foraging habitat of Ozark big-eared bats.  Forest Ecology and Management 255, 3866-3872.

  • Dillaway, D.N., J.W. Stringer, and L.K. Rieske.  2007.  Light availability influences root carbohydrates, and potentially vigor, in white oak seedlings.  Forest Ecology and Management 250, 227-233.

  • Rieske, L.K.  2007.  Success of an exotic gallmaker, Dryocosmus kuriphilus, on chestnut in the USA: a historical account.  Bulletin of the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO Bulletin) 37, 172-174. 

  • Cooper, W.R. and L.K. Rieske.  2007.  Community associates of an exotic gallmaker, Dryocosmus kuriphilus, (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) in eastern North America.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 100. 236-244. 

  • Land, A.D. and L.K. Rieske.  2006.  Interactions among prescribed fire, herbivore pressure and shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) regeneration following southern pine beetle (Dendroctonus frontalis) mortality.  Forest Ecology and Management 235, 260-296.

  • Coleman, T.W. and L.K. Rieske.  2006.  Arthropod response to prescription burning at the soil-litter interface in oak-pine forests.  Forest Ecology and Management 233, 52-60. 

  • Kellogg, S.K. and L.K. Rieske.  2005.  Interactions between a fungal pathogen, foliar properties, and generalist herbivores.  Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 117, 209-219. 

  • Choate, B.A. and L.K. Rieske.  2005.  Life history and age-specific mortality of the eastern tent caterpillar, Malacosoma americanum Fabricius.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98, 496-502. 

  • Choate, B.A. and L.K. Rieske.  2005.  Sympiesis fragariae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) parasitizes Malacosoma americanum in Kentucky, USA: Host and geographic records.  Entomological News 116, 183-185.

  • Rieske, L.K. and L.H. Townsend.  2005.  Orientation and dispersal patterns of the eastern tent caterpillar, Malacosoma americanum F. (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae).  Journal of Insect Behavior 18, 193-207.

  • Foss, L.J. and L.K. Rieske.  2004.  Stem galls affect oak foliage with potential consequences for herbivory. Ecological Entomology 29, 273-280. 

  • Rieske, L.K.  2004.  Age-specific host utilization in the eastern tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae).  Journal of Entomological Science 39, 94-100. 

  • Foss, L.J. and L.K. Rieske.  2003.  Species-specific differences in oak foliage affect preference and performance of gypsy moth caterpillars.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 108, 87-94. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa.  2003.  Evaluation of visual and olfactory cues for sampling three thrips species (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) in deciduous forests of the northern United States.  Journal of Economic Entomology 96, 777-782. 

  • Rieske, L.K., C. Rhoades, and S.P. Miller.  2003.  Foliar chemistry and gypsy moth herbivory on pure American chestnut, Castanea dentata (Fam: Fagaceae), and a disease-resistant hybrid.  Environmental Entomology 32, 359-365. 

  • Adams, A.S. and L.K. Rieske.  2003.  Prescribed fire affects white oak seedling phytochemistry: Implications for insect herbivory.  Forest Ecology and Management 176, 37-47. 

  • Rieske, L.K.  2002.  Wildfire alters oak growth, foliar chemistry, and herbivory.  Forest Ecology and Management 168, 91-99. 

  • Rieske, L.K., H.H. Houseman, and M.A. Arthur.  2002.  Effects of prescribed fire on foliar chemistry and suitability for an insect herbivore.  Forest Ecology and Management 160, 177-187.

  • Rieske, L.K., and L.J. Buss.  2002.  Abundance of non-target, stem-dwelling arthropods in central hardwood forests of Kentucky treated for gypsy moth.  Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 63, 8-18.

  • Rieske, L.K.  2001.  Influence of symbiotic fungal colonization on oak seedling growth and suitability for insect herbivory.  Environmental Entomology 30, 849-854.

  • Rieske, L.K., and L.J. Buss.  2001.  Influence of site on diversity and abundance of ground- and litter-dwelling Coleoptera in Appalachian oak-hickory forests.  Environmental Entomology 30, 484-494. 

  • Adams, A.S. and L.K. Rieske.  2001.  Herbivory and fire influence white oak (Quercus alba L.) seedling growth.  Forest Science 47, 331-337. 

  • Rieske, L.K., and L.J. Buss.  2001.  Effects of gypsy moth suppression tactics on litter- and ground-dwelling arthropods in the central hardwood forests of the Cumberland Plateau.  Forest Ecology and Management 149, 181-195. 

  • Falco, J., and L.K. Rieske.  2001.  Suitability of various oak species for gypsy moth growth and development.  Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science62, 91-95. 

  • Rieske, L.K., L. Townsend, O. Anderbrändt, E. Hedenström, and H.-E. Högberg.  2001.  Captures of male European pine sawflies, Neodiprion sertifer(Hymenoptera: Diprionidae), in pheromone-baited traps in Kentucky.  Journal of Entomological Science 36, 67-73.

  • Rieske, L.K.  2000.  Pine weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) population monitoring in Christmas trees using volatile host compounds.  Journal of Entomological Science 35, 167-175. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1999.  Baited pitfall traps and evaluation of dispensing methods for root weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in newly established pine plantations in Wisconsin.  Journal of Economic Entomology 92, 439-444. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1998.  Interactions among insect herbivore guilds: Influence of thrips-induced bud injury on foliar chemistry and suitability to gypsy moths.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 24, 501-524. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and F.B. Peairs. 1996.  Gustatory and olfactory responses of Cylindrocopturus adspersus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to various plant species in the laboratory.  Southwestern Entomologist 21, 255-264. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1996.  Bionomics and host range of the introduced basswood thrips, Thrips calcaratus Uzel.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 89, 75-80. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1995.  Ethylene emission by a deciduous tree, Tilia americana, in response to feeding by the introduced basswood thrips,Thrips calcaratus.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 21, 187-197. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1993.  Use of ethanol- and turpentine-baited flight traps to monitor Pissodes weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Christmas tree plantations.  Great Lakes Entomologist 26, 155-160.

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1993.  Potential use of baited pitfall traps in monitoring pine root weevil, Hylobius palesPachylobius picivorus and Hylobius radicis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), populations and infestation levels.  Journal of Economic Entomology 86, 475-485. 

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1991.  Effects of varying ethanol and turpentine levels on attraction of two pine root weevil species, Hylobius pales andPachylobius picivorus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).  Environmental Entomology 20, 48-52.

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1990.  Dispersal patterns and mark-and-recapture estimates of two pine root weevil species, Hylobius pales and Pachylobius picivorus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in Christmas tree plantations.  Environmental Entomology 19, 1829-1836.

  • Rieske, L.K. and K.F. Raffa. 1990.  Use of a monitoring system to evaluate pesticide efficacy and residual activity against two pine root weevils, Hylobius pales and Pachylobius picivorus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in Christmas tree farms.  Great Lakes Entomologist 23, 189-193. 

  • Rieske, L.K., D.W.A. Hunt, and K.F. Raffa. 1989.  Microctonus pachylobii (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) parasitizes Hylobius weevils in Wisconsin: new host genus and geographic records.  Entomological News 100, 153-154.