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Erin Spear

Spear, Erin R. and Broders, Kirk D. 2021. "Host-generalist fungal pathogens of seedlings may maintain forest diversity via host-specific impacts and differential susceptibility among tree species." New Phytologist, 231, (1) 460–474.
Farner, Johannah E., Spear, Erin R., and Mordecai, Erin A. 2020. "Habitat type and interannual variation shape unique fungal pathogen communities on a California native bunchgrass." Fungal Ecology, 48 100983–100983.
Kendig, Amy E., Spear, Erin R., Daws, S. Caroline, Flory, S. Luke, and Mordecai, Erin A. 2020. "Native perennial and non-native annual grasses shape pathogen community composition and disease severity in a California grassland." Journal of Ecology,
Uricchio, Lawrence H., Daws, S. C., Spear, Erin R., and Mordecai, Erin A. 2019. "Priority Effects and Nonhierarchical Competition Shape Species Composition in a Complex Grassland Community." The American Naturalist, 193, (2) 213–226.
Spear, Erin R., Coley, Phyllis D., and Kursar, Thomas A. 2015. "Do pathogens limit the distributions of tropical trees across a rainfall gradient?" Journal of Ecology, 103, (1) 165–174.
Elliott, Joel K., Spear, Erin, and Wyllie-Echeverria, Sandy. 2006. "Mats of Beggiatoa bacteria reveal that organic pollution from lumber mills inhibits growth of Zostera marina." Marine Ecology, 27, (4) 372–380.
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