Braatz, E.Y., Gezon, Z.J., Rossetti, K., Maynard, L.T., Bremer, J., Hill, G. and Daniels, J.C. 2021. Bloom evenness modulates the influence of bloom abundance on insect community structure in suburban gardens. PeerJ.  PDF

Hill. G., Kawahara, A., Daniels, J., Bateman, C., and Scheffers, B. 2021. Climate change effects on animal ecology: butterflies and moths as a case study. Biological Reviews. PDF

Nestle, R., Daniels, J.C., Dale, A.G. 2020. Mixed-Species Gardens Increase Monarch Oviposition without Increasing Top-Down Predation. Insects 11(9):648. PDF

Reeves, L.E., Daniels, J.C. 2020. Conservation value of secondary forest habitats to endemic frugivorous butterflies at Mount Kanlaon, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Journal of Insect Conservation 24:913–926. PDF

Steele Cabrera, S.R., Hayden, J.E., Daniels, J.C., Farnum, J.M., Covell Jr., C.V., Standridge, M.J. 2020. Legume-Feeding Lepidoptera of the Florida Keys: Potential Competitors of an Endangered Lycaenid Butterfly. Florida Entomologist 103(3), 360-368. PDF

Reilly, J.R., Artz, D.R., Biddinger, D., Bobiwash, K., Boyle, N.K., Brittain, C., Brokaw, J., Campbell, J.W., Daniels, J., Elle, E., Ellis, J.D., Fleischer, S.J., Gibbs, J., Gillespie, R.L., Gundersen, K.B., Gut, L., Hoffman, G., Joshi, N., Lundin, O., Mason, K., McGrady, C.M., Peterson, S.S., Pitts-Singer, T.L., Rao, S., Rothwell, N., Rowe, L., Ward, K.L., Williams, N.M., Wilson, J.K., Isaacs, R., Winfree, R., 2020. Crop production in the USA is frequently limited by a lack of pollinators. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 287, 20200922.PDF

Daniels, J.C.  2020. Native Plant Gardening for Birds, Bees & Butterflies: Upper Midwest.  Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 363 pp.

Daniels, J.C.  2020. Butterflies of the Northwest: Your Way to Easily Identify Butterflies.  Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 22 pp.

Bargar, T.A., Hladik, M.L., Daniels, J.C., 2020. Uptake and toxicity of clothianidin to monarch butterflies from milkweed consumption. PeerJ 8, e8669.PDF

Daniels, J.C., Hill, G.M., Rossetti, K.A., Sanchez, S.J., Hornfeldt, J.A., 2020. At-Risk Butterfly Captive Propagation Programs to Enhance Life History Knowledge and Effective Ex Situ Conservation Techniques. JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) e60591.PDF

Halbritter, D.A., Storer, C.G., Kawahara, A.Y., Daniels, J.C., 2019. Phylogeography and population genetics of pine butterflies: Sky islands increase genetic divergence. Ecology and Evolution 9, 13389–13401.PDF

Campbell, J.W., Milne, M., Dinh, B.T., Daniels, J.C., Ellis, J.D., 2020. Spider (Araneae) abundance and species richness comparison between native wildflower plantings and fallow controls in intensively managed agricultural areas. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 14, 263–274.PDF

Campbell, J.W., Kimmel, C.B., Grodsky, S.M., Smithers, C., Daniels, J.C., Ellis, J.D., 2019a. Wildflower plantings harbor increased arthropod richness and abundance within agricultural areas in Florida (USA). Ecosphere 10, e02890.PDF

Storer, C., Daniels, J., Xiao, L., Rossetti, K., 2019. Using Noninvasive Genetic Sampling to Survey Rare Butterfly Populations. Insects 10, 311.PDF

Campbell, J.W., Stanley-Stahr, C., Bammer, M., Daniels, J.C., Ellis, J.D., 2019b. Contribution of bees and other pollinators to watermelon (Citrullus lanatus Thunb.) pollination. Journal of Apicultural Research 58, 597–603.PDF

Gezon, Z.J., Braatz, E.Y., Duxbury, C., Savage, A., Daniels, J.C., 2019. Long-term trends in Persea palustris and Lauraceae-dependent butterfly species in central Florida before and after the introduction of laurel wilt disease. J Insect Conserv 23, 341–350.PDF

Daniels, J.C., 2019.  Insects & Bugs of North America: Your Way to Easily Identify Insects & Bugs.  Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 34 pp.

Daniels, J.C., 2019.  Butterflies of the Northeast: Identify Butterflies with Ease.  Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 24 pp.

Daniels, J.C., 2019.  Our Love of Bees.  Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 56 pp.

Gezon, Z.J., Lindborg, R.J., Savage, A., Daniels, J.C., 2018. Drifting Phenologies Cause Reduced Seasonality of Butterflies in Response to Increasing Temperatures. Insects 9, 174.PDF

Halbritter, D.A., Gordon, J.M., Keacher, K.L., Avery, M.L. and Daniels, J.C. 2018. Evaluating an Alleged Mimic of the Monarch Butterfly: Neophasia (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) Butterflies are Palatable to Avian Predators. Insects 9(4), 150; PDF.

Daniels, J.C. 2018. Vibrant Butterflies: Our Favorite Visitors to Flowers and Gardens. Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 132 pp.

Daniels, J.C., Kimmel, C., McClung, S., Epstein, S., Bremer, J., and Rossetti, K. 2018. Better understanding the potential importance of Florida roadside breeding habitat for the monarch. Insects 2018, 9(4), 137.  PDF

Brower, L.P., Williams, E.H., Sims Dunford, K., Dunford, J.C., Knight, A.L., Daniels, J., Cohen, J.A., Van Hook, T., Saarinen, E., Standridge, M.J., Epstein, S.W., Zalucki M.P., and Malcolm, S.P. 2018. A long-term survey of spring monarch butterflies in north-central Florida. British Journal of Natural History 52: 2025-2046.  PDF

Daniels, J.C., Nordmeyer, C., and Runquist, E. 2018. Improving standards for at-risk butterfly translocations. Diversity 2018, 10(3), 67; PDF

Campbell, J.W., Kimmel, C.,  Bammer, M.C., Stanley-Stahr, C.A., Daniels, J.C., and Ellis, J.D. 2018. Managed and wild bee flower visitors and their potential contribution to pollination services of low-chill highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.; Ericales: Ericaceae). Journal of Economic Entomology, toy215, PDF

Campbell, J.W., Daniels, J.C., and Ellis, J.D. 2018. Fruit set and single visit stigma pollen deposition by managed bumble bees and wild bees in Citrullus lanatus (Cucurbitales: Cucurbitaceae), Journal of Economic Entomology 111 (2): 989–992, PDF

Halbritter, D.A., Teets, N.M., Williams, C.M., Daniels, J.C. 2018. Differences in winter coldhardiness reflect the geographic range disjunction of Neophasia menapia  and Neophasia terlooii (Lepidoptera:Pieridae), Journal of Insect PhysiologyPDF

Halbritter, D.A., Willett, D.S., Gordon, J.M., Stelinski, L.L., Daniels, J.C. 2018. Behavioral Evidence for Host Transitions in Plant, Plant Parasite, and Insect Interactions. Environmental Entomology, nvy033, PDF

Daniels, J.C. 2017. Backyard Bugs: An Identification Guide to Common Insects, Spiders and More. Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 240 pp.

Lehnert, M.S., Kramer, V.R., Rawlins, J.E., Verdecia, V., and Daniels, J.C. 2017. Jamaica’s Critically Endangered Butterfly: A Review of the Biology and Conservation Status of the Homerus Swallowtail (Papilio (Pterourus) homerus Fabricius). Insects 8(3):68; PDF

Koi, S. and Daniels, J. 2017. Variable life history and seasonal polyphenism in Eumaeus atala. Florida Entomologist 100(2): 219-229. PDF

Campbell, J., O’Brian, J, Irvin, J, Kimmel, C., Daniels, J., Ellis, J. 2017. Managed bumble bees (Bombus impatiens) caged with blueberry bushes at high density did not result in greater fruit set or fruit weight than an open-pollinated treatment. Environmental Entomology 46(2): 237-242. PDF

Thom, M.D. and Daniels, J. 2017. Patterns of microhabitat and larval host-plant use by an imperiled butterfly in northern Florida. Journal of Insect Conservation 21(1):39-52.  PDF

Koi, S. and Daniels, J. 2015. New and revised life history of the Florida hairstreak Eumaeus atala (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) with notes on its current conservation status. Florida Entomologist 98(4):1134-1147. PDF

Halbritter, D.A., Daniels, J.C., Whitaker, D.C. and L. Huang. 2015. Reducing mowing frequency increases floral resource and butterfly (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea) abundance in managed roadside margins. Florida Entomologist 98(4):1081-1092. PDF

Williams, N.M., Ward, K.L., Pope, N., Isaacs, R., Wilson, J., May, E.A., Ellis, J., Daniels, J., Pence, J.A., Ullmann, K. and Peters, J. 2015. Native wildflower plantings support wild bee abundance and diversity in agricultural landscapes across the United States. Ecological Applications 25(8):2119-2131. PDF

Thom, M.D., Daniels, J.C., Kobziar, L.N., and Colburn, J.R. 2015. Can Butterflies Evade Fire? Pupa Location and Heat Tolerance in Fire Prone Habitats of Florida. PLoS ONE 10(5): 1-22.

Jue, D.K and Daniels, J.C. 2015. A successful model for citizen science involvement in building a statewide at-risk butterfly database. Journal of Insect Conservation 19:421–431. PDF

Daniels, J.C. 2015. Butterfly Conservation in North America: Efforts to Help Save Our Charismatic Microfauna, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg, Germany, 192 pp.

Daniels, J.C., 2015. Magdich, M. and P. Tolson. Butterfly Recovery Planning: Determining How to Contribute. In J.C. Daniels (ed.), Butterfly Conservation in North America: Efforts to Help Save Our Charismatic Microfauna (pp 1-21). Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg, Germany.

Francesconi, W., Nair, P.K.R., Stein, T.V., Levey, D.V., Daniels, J.C. and Cullen Jr., L.  2014. Agroforestry Information Dissemination and the Social Learning Theory in Pontal do Paranapanema, São Paulo, Brazil. The International Journal of Environmental Sustainability 9:1-15. PDF

Saarinen, E.V., Daniels, J.C. and. Maruniak, J. E. 2014. Local extinction event despite high levels of gene flow and genetic diversity in the federally-endangered Miami blue butterfly. Conservation Genetics 15:811-821. PDF

Trager, M.D., Thom, M.D. and Daniels, J.C. 2013. Ant-related oviposition and larval performance in a myrmecophilous lycaenid. International Journal of Ecology, vol. 2013, Article ID 152139, 9 pages. PDF

Francesconi, W., Nair, P.K.R., Levey, D.J., Daniels, J.C. and Cullen Jr., L. 2013. Butterfly distribution in fragmented landscapes containing agroforestry practices in Southeastern. Agroforestry Systems 87: 1321-1338. PDF

Daniels, J.C. 2012. Gardening and landscape modification: butterfly gardens. In R.H. Lemelin (ed.), The Management of Insects in Recreation and Tourism (pp 153-168). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Daniels, J.C. and S. Takiela, 2012. Wildflowers of The Southeast: Field Guide, Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 428 pp.

Saarinen E.V. and Daniels, J.C. 2012. Using museum specimens to assess historical distribution and genetic diversity in an endangered butterfly. Animal Biology 62: 337–350. PDF

Warren, V., Daniels, J.C. and Hahn, D.A. 2011. Aquatic respiration as a potential survival mechanism of Brephidium pseudofea (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) larvae to intertidal environments. Environmental Entomology 40:1295-1302. PDF

Trager, M.D. and Daniels, J.C. 2011. Size effects on mating and egg production in the Miami blue butterfly. Journal of Insect Behavior. 24:34–43. PDF

Saarinen E.V., Austin, J.D. and Daniels, J.C. 2010 Genetic estimates of contemporary effective population size in an endangered butterfly indicate a role for genetic compensation. Evolutionary Applications 3: 28-39. PDF    

Zhong, H., Hribar, L.J., Daniels, J.C., Feken, M.A., Brock, C. and Trager, M.D. 2010.  Aerial ultra-low-volume application of naled: Impact on non-target imperiled butterfly larvae (Cyclargus thomasi bethunebakeri) and efficacy against adult mosquitoes (Aedes taeniorhynchus). Environmental Entomology 39: 1961-1972. PDF

Daniels, J.C. and S. Takiela. 2010. Wildflowers of Florida: Field Guide. Adventure Publications, Cambridge, MN. 428 pp.

Daniels, J. C. 2010. Reintroduction of the Miami blue butterfly, Florida, USA. In P.S. Soorae, (ed.), Global Re-introduction Perspectives: Additional case-studies from around the globe (pp. 25-28). IUCN/ SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Saarinen, E.V. Daniels, J.C. and Maruniak, J.E. 2009. Development and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in the endangered Miami blue butterfly (Cyclargus thomasi bethunebakeri). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 242-244. PDF

Daniels, J.C. 2009. Cooperative conservation efforts to help recover an endangered south Florida butterfly. Insect Conservation and Diversity 2: 62-64. PDF

Trager, M. and Daniels, J.C. 2009. Ant tending of Miami blue butterfly larvae (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae): Partner diversity and effects on larval performance. Florida Entomologist 92: 474-482. PDF

Trager, M. D., Boyd, B.M., Daniels, J.C. and Pence, J.A. 2009. Host plant selection, larval survival and reproductive phenology in Megathymus yuccae (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Environmental Entomology 38: 1211-1218. PDF

Daniels, J.C. 2008. Butterfly Gardening.  In J.L. Capinera (ed.) Encyclopedia of Entomology Vol. 2. (pp 675-683). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Daniels, J.C., Rodriguez, E. and Whelan. J.C. 2008. The biology and immature stages of Panacea procilla lysimache (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) from Costa Rica, with the report of a new locality record. Tropical Lepidoptera Research 18: 80-83.

Miller, J.Y., Daniels, J.C. and Emmel, T.C. 2008. Planning for tomorrow: The future of entomological investments. Florida Entomologist 91: 139-144. PDF

Boyd, B. M., Daniels, J.C. and Austin, G. T.  2008. Predaceous behavior by Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Heliothinae). Journal of Insect Behavior 21: 143-146. PDF

Daniels, J.C. 2007. Courtship solicitation by females of the barred sulphur butterfly, Eurema daira (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Journal of Insect Behavior 20: 129-135. PDF

Saarinen, E. V. and Daniels, J.C. 2006. Miami blue butterfly larvae (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) and ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): New information on the symbionts of an endangered taxon. Florida Entomologist 89: 69-74. PDF