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.

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