Individual publications from:
Grove, Simon J.; Hanula, James L., eds. 2006. Insect biodiversity and dead wood: proceedings of a symposium for the 22<sup>nd</sup> International Congress of Entomology. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-93. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 120 p.
Evolution of saproxylic and mycophagous coleoptera in New Zeland
Leschen, Rochard A.B.
Aquatic wood -- an insect perspective
Cranston, Peter S.; McKie, Brendan.
The use and application of phylogeography for invertebrate conservation research and planning
Garrick, Ryan C.; Sands, Chester J.; Sunnucks, Paul.
Phylogeography of two Australian species of funnel web spider (Araneae: Mygalomorphae: Hexathelidae) in Tallaganda State Forest, New South Wales
Beavis, Amber S.; Rowell, David M.
What can forest managers learn from research on fossil insects? Linking forest ecological history, biodiversity and management
Whitehouse, Nicki J.
Brown rot in inner heartwood: why large logs support characteristics saproxylic beetle assemblages of conservation concern
Yee, Marie; Grove, Simon J.; Richardson, Alastair M.M.; Mohammed, Caroline L.
The role of dead wood in maintaining arthropod diversity on the forest floor
Hanula, James L.; Horn, Scott; Wade, Dale D.
The fine scale physical attributes of coarse woody debris and effects of surrounding stand structure on its utilization by ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in British Columbia, Canada
Higgins, Robert J.; Lindgren, B. Staffan.
Saproxylic beetles in a Swedish boreal forest landscape managed according to 'new forestry'
Larsson, Stig; Ekbom, Barbara; Schroeder, L. Martin; McGeoch, Melodie A.
Maintaining saproxylic insects in Canada's extensively managed boreal forests: a review
Langor, David W.; Spence, John R.; Hammond, H.E. James; Jacobs, Joshua; Cobb, Tyler P.
A research agenda for insects and dead wood
Grove, Simon J.