The sources referenced by the various panelists in the Q&As are listed below in alphabetical order by first author.
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Narango, Desirée L., Douglas W. Tallamy, and Peter P. Marra. 2018
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Narango, Desirée L., Douglas W. Tallamy, and Kimberley J. Shropshire. 2020.
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Piel, Garrison , Douglas W. Tallamy, and Desirée L. Narango. 2021.
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Smitley, David, Diane Brown, Erwin Elsner, Joy N. Landis, Paul M. Shrewsbury, and Daniel A. Herms. 2019.
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