Tillman PG, Cottrell TE, Kesheimer KA, Grabarczyk EE. Assessment of Sugarberry as a Host Tree of Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in southeastern US agroecosystems. In press: Florida Entomologist. 

Tillman PG, Grabarczyk EE, Kesheimer KA, Cottrell TE. Trap Strategy and Diel Periodicity Affect Capture Rate of Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in Agroecosystems. Environmental Entomology. doi:10/1093/ee/nvae010. 

Tillman PG, Grabarczyk EE, Kesheimer K, Balusu R. 2023. Seasonal density and parasitism and predation of Halyomorpha halys (Stål) and indigenous stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in a field crop agroecosystem in the southeast US. Economic Entomology. doi:10/1093/jee/toad159. 

Grabarczyk EE, Querejeta M, Tillman PG, Wallace RD, Barnes BF, Meinecke CD, Villari C, Gandhi K, LaForest J, Elliot M, Schmidt JM. 2023. DNA metabarcoding analysis of three material types reveal Joro spider (Trichonephila clavata) trophic interactions and web capture. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 11:1177446. doi:10.3380/fevo.20231177446. 

Cottrell TE, Tillman PG, Grabarczyk EE, Toews M, Sial A, Lahiri S. 2023. Habitat and Vertical Stratification Affect Capture of Stink Bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) and Biological Control of the Invasive Brown Marmorated Stink Bug. Environmental Entomology 2023:1-13. doi.10.1093/ee/nvad061. 

Grabarczyk EE, Cottrell TE, Schmidt JM, Tillman PG. 2023. Low incidence of avian predation on the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), in southeastern orchard agroecosystems. Insects 14: 595. doi:10.3390/insects14070595. Featured in: Biological Control in Temperate Orchards. 

Tillman PG, Grabarczyk EE, Balusu R, Kesheimer KA, Blaauw B, Sial A, Vinson E, Cottrell TE. 2023. Predation and parasitism on naturally occurring and sentinel stink bug egg masses of Halyomopha halys (Stål) and Nezera viridula (L.) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in various Southeastern Habitats. Journal of Insect Science 23(2):9-12. doi:10.1093/jisesa/iead012. 

Tillman, PG, Kesheimer KA, Hirsch K, Grabarczyk EE. 2023. Sassafras as a host plant for Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in southeastern US agroecosystems. Florida Entomologist, 106(1):16-21.

Grabarczyk EE, Mizell RF III, Greene JK, Tillman PG, & Cottrell TE. 2023. Spatiotemporal distribution of the Glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis in a southern agroecosystem. Florida Entomologist: 105(4): 280-286.


Wallace RD, Hoebke ER, Hudson W, Schmidt JM, Barnes B, Gandhi K & Grabarczyk EE. 2022. Joro Spider (Trichonephila clavata). University of Georgia Press, Extension Bulletin. Circular 1273.

Grabarczyk EE, Gill SA, Vonhof MJ, Alabady M, Wang, Z, & Schmidt JM. 2022. Diet composition and diversity does not explain fewer, smaller urban nestlings. PLoS ONE 17(3), e0264381. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0264381.


Grabarczyk EE, Cottrell TE & Tillman PG. 2022. Spatiotemporal distribution of brown marmorated stink bugs, Halyomorpha halys (Stål) in a southeastern orchard landscape. Environmental Entomology. 1-12: doi:10.1093/ee/nvac030.

Tillman, PG, Grabarczyk EE, & Cottrell TE. 2022. Black cherry as a host plant for stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in agroecosystems in Georgia. Florida Entomologist. 105 (1): 79-86.


Tillman PG, Cottrell T, Balusu R, Fadamiro H, Buntin D, Sial A, Vinson E, Toews M, Patel D, & Grabarczyk EE. 2022. Effect of duration of deployment on parasitism and predation of Halyomorpha halys (Stål) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) sentinel egg masses in various host plants. Florida Entomologist. 105 (1): 44-52.


Grabarczyk EE, Mizell RF III, Greene JK, Tillman PG, & Cottrell TE. 2022. Spatiotemporal distribution of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in Georgia and Florida farmscapes. Journal of Insect Science. 22, 1-12. doi:10.1093/jisesa/ieab111.


Gill SA, Grabarczyk EE, & Potvin DA. 2022. Human impacts on avian communication. In: D. Proppe (ed). Songbird Behavior and Conservation in the Anthropocene, CRC press.


Grabarczyk EE, Tillman PG, & Cottrell TE. 2021. Characterizing the spatiotemporal distribution of three native stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) across an agricultural landscape. Insects. 12, 854. doi:10.3390/insects12100854.


Grabarczyk EE, Olson DA, Tillman PG, Hodges AC, Hodges G, Horton DL, & Cottrell TE. 2021. Spatiotemporal distribution of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in peach orchards and surrounding habitat. Florida Entomologist. 104(1): 27-35.  


Schmidt JM, Acebes A, Blaauw B, Kheirodin A, Pandey S, Lennon K, Kaldor A, Toledo P, Grabarczyk EE. 2021. Identifying molecular trophic interactions as a resource to advance integrated pest management. Insects. 12, 358. doi:10.3390/insects12040358.

Grabarczyk EE, Araya-Salas M, Vonhof MJ, & Gill SA. 2020. Anthropogenic noise affects female, not male house wren response to change in signaling network. Ethology. 126: 1069-1078. doi: 10.1111/eth.13085


Kheirodin A, Simmons AM, Legasipi JC, Grabarczyk EE, Towes MD, Roberts PM, Chong JH, Synder WE, Schmidt JM. 2020. Can generalist predators control Bemisia tabaci? Insects. 11, 823: doi:10.3390/insects11110823.


Grabarczyk EE, Vonhof MJ, & Gill SA. 2020. Social context and noise affect within and between-male song adjustments in a common passerine. Behavioral Ecology. 31(5): 11150-1158. doi:10.1093/beheco/araa066. Featured in: Anthropogenic Noise and its Effects on Behavior Collection.

Grabarczyk EE & Gill SA. 2020. A female perspective: testing the effects of noise masking on signal transmission patterns inside the nest box. Behaviour.


Grabarczyk EE & Gill SA. 2019. Anthropogenic noise affects male house wren response to but not detection of territorial intruders. PLoS ONE.

Grabarczyk EE & Gill SA. 2019. An​thropogenic noise masking diminishes male house wren (Troglodytes aedon) song transmission in urban natural areas. Bioacoustics.

Stuart CJ, Grabarczyk EE, Vonhof MJ, & Gill SA. 2019. Neighbours and nesting stage, not noise or sky glow, influence onset of dawn singing in a common songbird. Auk.


Grabarczyk EE, Pipkin MA, Vonhof MJ, & Gill SA. 2018. When to change your tune? Unpaired and paired male house wrens respond differently to anthropogenic noise. Journal of Ecoacoustics 2: #LHGRVC.

Gill SA, Grabarczyk EE, Baker KM, Naghshineh K, & Vonhof MJ. 2017. Decomposing an urban soundscape to gain insight into patterns and drivers of variation in anthropogenic noise. Science of the Total Environment. 599: 1191 – 1201.

Grabarczyk EE & Ritchison G. 2015. Vocal responses of adult Eastern bluebird (Sialia sialis) to potential nest predators and the behavioral responses of nestlings. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127(4):697 – 705.