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Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1987.  Variation in insect densities on desert creosotebush: is nitrogen a factor? Ecology. 68:547-557.
Davidson A.D., Ponce E, Lightfoot DC, Fredrickson E, Brown J., Burzado J., Toledo D., Brantley S.L., Sierra R., Lisk R. et al..  2010.  Rapid response of a grassland ecosystem to an experimental manipulation of a keystone rodent and domestic livestock. Ecology. 91(11):3189-3200.
Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1991.  Productivity of creosotebush foliage and associated canopy arthropods along a desert roadside. American Midland Naturalist. 125:310-322.
James CD, M. Hoffman T, Lightfoot DC, Forbes GS, Whitford WG.  1993.  Pollination ecology of Yucca elata: an experimental study of a mutualistic association. Oecologia. 93:512-517.
Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1990.  Phytophagous insects enhance nitrogen flux in a desert creosotebush community. Oecologia. 82:18-25.
Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1989.  Interplant variation in creosotebush foliage characteristics and canopy arthropods. Oecologia. 81:166-175.
Lightfoot DC, Brantley SL, Allen CD.  2008.  Geographic patterns of ground-dwelling arthropods across an ecoregional transition in the North American Southwest. Western North American Naturalist. 68:83-102.
James CD, M. Hoffman T, Lightfoot DC, Forbes GS, Whitford WG.  1994.  Fruit abortion in Yucca elata and its implications for the mutualistic association with yucca moths. Oikos. 69:207-216.
MacKay WP, Silva S, Lightfoot DC, Pagani MInez, Whitford WG.  1986.  Effect of increased soil moisture and reduced soil temperature on a desert soil arthropod community. The American Midland Naturalist. 116:45-56.
Schowalter T.D, Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1999.  Diversity of arthropod responses to host-plant water stress in a desert ecosystem in southern New Mexico. American Midland Naturalist. 142:281-290.
Lightfoot DC, Davidson AD, Parker DG, Hernández L, Laundre JW.  2012.  Bottom-up regulation of desert grassland and shrubland rodent communities: implications of species-specific reproductive potentials. Journal of Mammalogy. 93(4):1017-1028.