Robert J. Marquis

Professor Emeritus


Curriculum vitae



Department of Biology

University of Missouri-St. Louis and the Whitney R. Harris World Ecology Center

1 University Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63121-4400 USA



Missouri Oak Caterpillars


Marquis, R.J, et al., 2019. Illustrated guide to the immature Lepidoptera on oaks in Missouri. USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Assessment and Applied Sciences Team. 369.


Additional relevant publications either not cited in the original publication or published subsequently:

Dussourd, D.E. 2022. Salivary surprise: Symmerista caterpillars anoint petioles with red saliva after clipping leaves. Plos One, 17(3), p.e0265490.

Hopp, W. 1926. Megalopygen-Studien. II. Dt. ent. Z. 1926: 193-198.
Hopp, W. 1927. Die Megalopygiden-unterfamilie der Trosiinae (Lep., Megalopyg.). Mitt. zool. Mus. Berl. 13: 209-336.

Marquis, R.J., Lill, J.T., Forkner, R.E., Le Corff, J., Landosky, J.M. and Whitfield, J.B. 2019. Declines and resilience of communities of leaf chewing insects on Missouri oaks following spring frost and summer drought. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, p. 396. 
Murtfeldt, M.E. 1876. An experiment with a stinging larva. Canadian Entomologist 8:201-202.

Trejo, B.K., Gifford, M.E. and Dussourd, D.E., 2021. Energetic cost of girdling in a notodontid caterpillar, Oedemasia leptinoides. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 15:161-170.

Wilson, L.F. 1972. Life  history and outbreaks of an oak leafroller, Archips semiferanus (Lepidoptera: Totricidae) in Michigan. The Great Lakes Entomologist 5:71-77.



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