Smith, B. and Verble, R.M. Accepted. Fire effects on rangeland dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae, Aphodiinae) in the southern Great Plains. Rangeland Ecology and Management.


Frasconi Wendt, C. and Verble-Pearson, R.M.  Critical thermal maxima and body size positively correlate in red imported fire ants, Solenopsis invicta.  Southwestern Naturalist 61: 79-83.

Verble-Pearson, R.M. and S.W. Pearson. European fire ants impact arboreal arthropod diversity in Acadia National Park. Natural Areas Journal 36: 162-165.


Granberg, R.M., Perry, G. and Verble-Pearson, R.M. 2015. Using historic evidence to inform habitat restoration decisions for the Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum).  Post Oaks and Prairies Journal 1: 25-35.

Verble-Pearson, R.M., M.E. Gifford, and S.P. Yanoviak. 2015. Variation in thermal tolerance of North American ants. Journal of Thermal Biology 48: 65-68.


Brudz, V.*, R. Granberg, and R. Verble-Pearson.  2014.  Male-male interactions in Phyrnosoma cornutum.  Herpetological Review 45: 503-504.

Verble-Pearson, R.M. and S.P. Yanoviak. 2014.  Responses of Ozark insect communities to intense fires. American Midland Naturalist. 172: 14-24.


Verble, R.M.  2013.  Legacy of Tall Timbers Research Station.  Ecology 94:  1887-1888.

Verble, R.M. and S.P. Yanoviak. 2013. Short-term responses of Ozark ant communities to fire.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 106: 198-203.


Verble, R.M., A.D. Meyer*, M.G. Kleve, and S.P. Yanoviak.  2012. Exoskeletal thinning in Cephalotes atratus caused by Myrmeconema neotropicum.  Journal of Parasitology 96: 226-228.


T.N. Wood, D.D. Demisse, R.M. Verble, G. Robert and C. Solorzano.  2010.  Scientific journals and government agencies should review papers for biosecurity concerns and refrain from publishing information that may be helpful to bioterrorists:  Con position.  American Entomologist 55:  150-152.


Verble, R.M. and F.M. Stephen.  2009.  Occurrence of Carpenter Ants in Ozark Forests in Relation to Prescribed Fire and Stand Variables. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 33: 42-45.

Verble, R.M. and F.M. Stephen.  2009.  Occurrence of Camponotus pennsylvanicus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in trees previously infested with Enaphalodes rufulus (Coleoptera:  Cerambycidae) in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.  Florida Entomologist 92:  304-308