Aerial View of Dionne Green

Publications

Conway, J.R. 1977. “Analysis of clear and dark amber repletes of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus hortideorum McCook.” Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 70:367-369.

_____, 1979. Two honey ant photographs in World Book Encyclopedia article “Ants”.

_____, 1980. “Foraging behavior of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus, in Colorado.” Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, 72(3):81-93.

_____, 1980a. “The seasonal occurrence of sexual brood and the pre-nuptial and post-nuptial behavior of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus Wesmael, in Colorado.” Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 88:7-14.

_____, 1981. “A study of dealated queens of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus Wesmael, and their progeny in captivity (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).” Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 54:41-55.

_____, 1981a. “Honey Ants: sweet swell of success.” Science Digest, 89:56-59, 117.

_____, 1983. Honey ant article and photograph. The National Association of Biology Teacher’s Committee for Animal Behavior Newsletter.

_____, 1983a. “Nest architecture and population of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus Wesmael (Formicidae), in Colorado.” The Southwestern Naturalist 28(1):21-31.

_____, 1983b. Honey ant photograph – inside front cover of National Wildlife Magazine (U.S. and Japanese February issues).

_____, 1983c. “A honey of an ant.” – centerfold poster – February issue of Learning Magazine.

_____, 1983d. “Development of an interim biology course in the Virgin Islands.” Journal of College Science Teaching, 12(6):399-403.

_____, 1983e. “A study of winged queens of the Colorado honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus, in captivity.” Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 91(3):252-263.

_____, 1983f. “Great balls of honey.” National Geographic World, 99:14.

_____, 1983g. “Honey ants.” Ranger Rick, 17(12):41-45.

_____, 1984. “Upside down animals.” February issue of Your Big Backyard, p.15.

_____, 1984a. “Miere wat byewerk doen.” May issue of Huisgenoot (South Africa), 325:70.

_____, 1984b. “Swollen sisters provide honeypots.” New Scientist (London) 102:33-38.

_____, 1984c. “Honey ants.” Science and Children, 22(2):17-20 and cover photograph.

_____, 1984-85. “To be or not to be: cadavers for physiology classes.” Journal of College Science Teaching, 14(3):184-189. _____, 1985a. “Australiese inboorlinge se vreemde kos-wurms virsy ontbyt.” June issue of Huisgenoot (South Africa), pp. 70-71.

_____, 1985b. Article and photograph on honey ants. July/August issue of Newscast, Newsletter of Chicago Academy of Sciences.

_____, 1985c. “A honey of an ant.” The Living Museum, 47(3):39-43.

_____, 1985d. “Honey ants, aborigines, and the Australian Outback.” The Living Museum, 47(4):53-55.

_____, 1985e. Honey ant photo in Incredible Animals, National Wildlife Federation Book.

_____, 1986. Revised articles on Leg, Skeleton, Spine, and Vertebra in World Book Encyclopedia.

_____, 1986a. “The biology of honey ants.” The American Biology Teacher, 48(6):335-343 and cover photograph.

_____, 1987. “Using the abnormal and unusual to teach human anatomy and physiology.” The American Biology Teacher, 49(4):212-217.

_____. 1987a. Australian honey ant expeditions and ant photographs. Earthwatch Magazine, 6(3):18-19, 49.

_____, 1989. Ask a Scientist feature, “Why don’t caterpillars eat bugs?” Addison-Wesley Science Book, p.102.

_____, 1989a. “Australian aborigines were my teachers.” Highlights for Children, 44(2):24-25. (Science Article of Year).

_____, 1990. “Notes on repletes, myrmecophiles, and predators of honey ant nests (Myrmecocystus mexicanus) in Arizona.” Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 98(1):103-107.

_____, 1990a. “Honey ants and Australian Aborigines”: A Program Profile. The Food Insects Newsletter. Dept. of Entomology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 3(1):2.

_____. 1990b. “Copping it sweet: the honey ant in Aboriginal culture.” GEO Australasia’s Geographical Magazine, 12(3):54-61.

_____. 1991. “The youngest to hike the Inca trail.” January issue of HELLO YOU (The Netherlands), pp.14-15.

_____, 1991a. “The biology and aboriginal use of the honeypot ant, Camponotus inflatus Lubbock, in Northern Territory, Australia.” Australian Entomological Magazine, 18(2):49-56.

_____, 1991b. “A honey of an ant.” Biology Digest, 18(4):10-15, cover and inside cover photographs. _____, 1992. “Notes on excavation of a nest of the red honey ant, Melophorus bagoti Lubbock, in the Northern Territory, Australia.” Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 31:247-248.

____, 1992a. “Notes on a nest of the honey ant, Plagiolepis squamulosa Wheeler, in the Northern Territory, Australia.” Australian Entomological Magazine, 19(2):61-63.

Sabalaske, T., J. Bridge, J. Conway, 1994. “Field and laboratory study of the Colorado thatch mound ant, Formica obscuripes.” Proceedings in Journal of Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 67:195-196.

Conway, J.R., 1994. Revised article on Achilles Tendon. World Book Encyclopedia.

_____, 1994a. “Honey ants.” American Entomologist, 40(4):229-234.

_____, 1996. “Nuptial, pre-, and postnuptial activity of the thatching ant, Formica obscuripes Forel, in Colorado.” Great Basin Naturalist, 56(1):54-58.

_____, 1996a. “A field study of the nesting ecology of the thatching ant, Formica obscuripes Forel, at high altitude in Colorado.” Great Basin Naturalist , 56(4):326-332.

_____, 1997. “The value of off campus travel courses.” Bios, 68(1):50-52.

_____, 1997a. “Foraging activity, trails, food sources and predators of Formica obscuripes Forel (Hymenoptera:Formicidae) at high altitude in Colorado.” Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 73(3):172-183.

_____, 1997b. “A field study of the thatching ant, Formica obscuripes, in Colorado.” Biology Digest, 24(1):10-18, cover and inside cover photographs. _____, 1998. Three honey ant photographs in Exploding Ants, Amazing Facts About How Animals Adapt, by Joanne Settel.

_____, 1998a. “Namibia-a unique biological treasure trove.” Biology Digest, 25(2) 10-17, cover and inside cover photographs.

_____, 1999. “The biological bounty of the Belizean barrier reef.” Biology Digest, 25(9):11-20.

_____, 2000. “The rainforests of Belize and Guatemala – repositories of biological diversity and medicinal plants.” Biology Digest, 26(5):11-23, cover & inside cover photographs.

_____, 2001. “Adventures of a biologist in Africa: searching for the mountain gorilla and scaling Kilimanjaro.” Biology Digest, 27(5):10-22, cover & inside cover photographs.

_____, 2002. “Nepal-land of exceptional altitudinal, cultural, and biological diversity.” Biology Digest, 28(6):10-22, cover & inside cover photographs.

_____, 2003. “Micronesia-the Serengeti of the sea.” Biology Digest, 29(5):10-24, cover & inside cover photographs.

_____, 2003a. “Architecture, population size, myrmecophiles, and mites in an excavated nest of the honeypot ant, Myrmecocystus mendax Wheeler, in Arizona.” The Southwestern Naturalist, 48(3):449-450.

_____, 2004. “The Southwestern Research Station: a hotspot of ant biodiversity and natural history.” Biology Digest, 30(6):10-19, cover & inside cover photographs.

_____. 2004a. “Wild, wonderful, windy Patagonia: land of glaciers, towering peaks, estancias, and unique animals and plants.” Biology Digest, 31(4):10-25, cover and inside cover photographs.

_____. 2005. Photograph of 2 honey ant repletes in book, Les fourmis: comportement, organization sociale et evolution, by L. Passera and Aron, S. Les Presses scientifiques du CNRC, Ottawa, Canada. 480 pp.

_____. 2006. “Costa Rica: wildlife sanctuary of the Americas.” Biology Digest, 32(5): 10-21, cover & inside cover photographs.

_____. 2007. “Travels to Ecuador past and present: diversity in the Andes and Amazon.” Biology Digest, 33(5): 10-19 and inside cover photograph.

_____. 2008. “Panama: more than just a canal.” Biology Digest, 34(5): 10-19 plus inside cover photograph.

_____. 2008a. “Sweet Dreams.” Natural History, 117(3):30-35.

_____. 2008b. Two photographs (one on the dust jacket) of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus, in the book, World Comprehensive Book on Entomophagy, by Jun Mitsuhashi. 403 pp.

______.2008c. Photograph of 2 honey ant repletes (p. 34) in book, Le monde extraordinaire des fourmis, by L. Passera. Fayyard Edititeur, Paris. 235 pp.

_____. 2009. “South Africa & Swaziland: spectacular wildlife and unique flora.” Biology Digest, 35(5):10-19 and inside cover photograph.

_____. 2009a. “The unique fauna of Australia’s Tasmania and Kangaroo Islands.” Biology Digest, 36(4):10-19 and inside cover photograph

_____. 2009b. Photograph of Formica obscuripes workers tending aphids (p. 585) and Myrmecocystus mexicanus replete (p. 592) in book, Perspectives in Insect Behaviour, by M.L. Agarwal. International Book Distributing Co. 596 pp.

_____. 2011. “The unique history, culture, and ecological decimation of Easter Island.” Biology Digest, 38(4): 10-19 and cover and inside cover photographs.