Bried JT, Rocha-Ortega M (2023) Using range size to augment regional priority listing of charismatic insects. Biological Conservation 283: 110098.
Bried JT, Alves-Martins F, Brasil LS, McCauley SJ (2023) Metacommunity concepts, approaches, and directions with Odonata. In: Córdoba-Aguilar A, Beatty CD, Bried JT (Eds.) Dragonflies & Damselflies: Model Organisms for Ecological and Evolutionary Research, 2e. Oxford University Press, 459 pp.
Bried JT, Vilmi A (2022) Improved detection of mass effect species assembly for applied metacommunity thinking. Journal of Applied Ecology 59: 921-926.
Bried JT, Jog SK (2022) Nonnative species limitation of floristic quality scores in wetland mitigation performance and multimetric health assessment. Wetlands 42(1): 3.
Bried JT (2021) Odonata species diversity, distributions, and status in a rare sand prairie-savanna wetscape. International Journal of Odonatology 24: 197-214.
Bried JT, Fouts TS, Jog SK (2021) Searching for indicator species of high floristic quality depressional wetlands in the US southern plains. Wetlands 41(7): 96.
Bried J, Ries L, and 30 colleagues (2020) Towards global volunteer monitoring of odonate abundance. BioScience 70: 914-923.
Bried JT, Fouts TS, Jog SK (2019) Enhanced indicator species performance with increasing contextualization. Conservation Science and Practice 1(12): e127.
Bried JT, Siepielski AM (2019) Predator driven niches vary spatially among co-occurring damselfly species. Evolutionary Ecology 33: 243-256.
Bried JT, Hinchliffe RP (2019) Improving taxonomic resolution in large-scale freshwater biodiversity monitoring: an example using wetlands and Odonata. Insect Conservation and Diversity 12: 9-17.
Bried JT, Murray SN, Jog SK, De Marco Jr P (2018) Emergence timing and fixation height in Pachydiplax longipennis (Odonata: Libellulidae) at varying substrate density and sunlight penetration. International Journal of Odonatology 21: 181-187.
Bried JT, Allen BE, Azeria ET, Crisfield VE, Wilson MJ (2018) Experts and models can agree on species sensitivity values for conservation assessments. Biological Conservation 225: 222-228.
Bried JT, Siepielski AM (2018) Opportunistic data reveal widespread species turnover in Enallagma damselflies at biogeographical scales. Ecography 41: 958-970.
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