Wilder, S.M., D. A. Holway, A.V. Suarez, E.G. LeBrun & M.D. Eubanks. (2011). Intercontinental differences in resource use reveal the importance of mutualisms in fire ant invasions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108:20639-20644.
Wilder, S.M., D.A. Holway, A.V. Suarez & M.D. Eubanks (2011). Macronutrient content of plant-based food affects growth of a carnivorous arthropod. Ecology 92:325-332.
Wilson, E.E, C. Sidhu, K.E. LeVan & D.A. Holway (2010). Pollen foraging behavior of solitary Hawaiian bees revealed through molecular pollen analysis. Molecular Ecology 19:4823-4829.
Wilson, E.E. & D.A. Holway (2010). Multiple mechanisms underlie displacement of solitary Hawaiian Hymenoptera by an invasive social wasp. Ecology 91:3294-3302.
Kay, A.D., T. Zumbusch, J.L. Heinen, T.C. Marsh, & D.A. Holway (2010). Nutrition and interference competition have interactive effects on the behavior and performance of Argentine ants. Ecology 91:57-64.
Wolkovich, E.M., D.T. Bolger and D.A. Holway (2009). Complex responsesby ground arthropods to invasive grass litter in a Mediterranean scrub ecosystem. Oecologia 161:697-708.
Wilson, E.E., L.M. Mullen and D.A. Holway (2009). Life history plasticity magnifies the ecological effects of a social wasp invasion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106:12809-12813.
Menke, S.B., D.A. Holway, R.N. Fisher and W. Jetz (2009). Characterizing and predicting species distributions across environments and scales: Argentine ant occurrences in the eye of the beholder. Global Ecology and Biogeography 18:50-63.
Suarez, A.V., D.A. Holway and N. D. Tsutsui (2008). Genetics of a colonizing species: the invasive Argentine ant. American Naturalist 172:S72-S84.
Tillberg, C.V., D.A. Holway, E.G. LeBrun and A.V. Suarez (2007). Trophic ecology of Argentine ants in their native and introduced ranges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104:20856-20861.
Menke, S.B., R.N. Fisher, W. Jetz and D.A. Holway (2007). Biotic and abiotic controls of Argentine ant invasion success at local and landscape scales. Ecology 88:3164-3175.
Grover, C.D., A.D. Kay, J.A. Monson, T.C. Marsh and D.A. Holway (2007). Linking nutrition and behavioral dominance: carbohydrate scarcity limits aggression and activity in Argentine ants. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 274:2951-2957.
LeBrun, E.G., C.V. Tillberg, A.V. Suarez, P. Folgarait, C.R. Smith and D.A. Holway (2007). An experimental study of competition between fire ants and Argentine ants in their native range. Ecology 88:63-75 (Cover article).
Thomas, M.L., C.M. Payne, A.V. Suarez, N.D. Tsutsui and D.A. Holway (2006). When supercolonies collide: territorial aggression in an invasive and unicolonial social insect. Molecular Ecology 15:4303-4315.
Menke, S.B. and D.A. Holway (2006). Abiotic factors control invasion by ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology 75:368-376.
Holway, D.A. and A.V. Suarez (2006). Homogenization of ant communities in mediterranean California: the effects of urbanization and invasion. Biological Conservation 127:319-326.
Suarez, A.V., D.A. Holway and P.S. Ward (2005). The role of opportunity in the unintentional introduction of non-native ants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102:17032-17035 (Cover article).
David Holway received a B.A. in zoology from UC Berkeley in 1989 and a Ph.D in biology from the University of Utah in 1997. His postdoctoral research at UC San Diego was supported by grants from the US Department of Agriculture.