Aryn Wilder, Ph.D.Therkildsen, N.O., A.P. Wilder, D.O. Conover, S.B. Munch, H. Baumann, S.R. Palumbi. 2019. Contrasting genomic shifts underlie parallel phenotypic evolution in response to fishing. Science 365. 487-490.
Lou, R., N.K. Fletcher, A.P. Wilder, D.O. Conover, N.O. Therkildsen, J.B. Searle. 2018. Full mitochondrial genome sequences reveal new insights about postglacial expansion and regional phylogeographic structure in the Atlantic silverside (Menidia menidia). Marine Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-018-3380-5.
Wilder, A.P., T.H. Kunz, M.D. Sorenson. 2015. Population genetic structure of a common host predicts the spread of white-nose syndrome, an emerging infectious disease in bats. Molecular Ecology 24. 5495-5506.
Wilder, A.P., W.F. Frick, K.E. Langwig, T.H. Kunz. 2011. Risk factors associated with mortality from white-nose syndrome among hibernating bat colonies. Biology Letters 7(6). 950-953.
Eisen, R.J., J.N. Borchert, J.L. Holmes, G. Amatre, K. Van Wyk, R.E. Enscore, N. Babi, L. Atiku, A.P. Wilder, S.M. Vetter, S.W. Bearden, J.A. Montenieri, K.L. Gage. 2008. Early-phase transmission of Yersinia pestis by cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) and their potential role as vectors in a plague endemic region of Uganda. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine 78. 949-956.
Wilder, A.P., R.J. Eisen, S.W. Bearden, J.A. Montenieri, D.W. Tripp, R.J. Brinkerhoff, K.L. Gage, M.F. Antolin. 2008. Transmission efficiency of two flea species (Oropsylla tuberculata cynomuris and Oropsylla hirsuta) involved in plague epizootics among prairie dogs. Ecohealth 5. 205-212.
Wilder, A.P., R.J. Eisen, S.W. Bearden, J.A. Montenieri, K.L. Gage, M.F. Antolin. 2008. Oropsylla hirsuta (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae) can support plague epizootics in black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) by early-phase transmission of Yersinia pestis. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases! 8. 359-368.
Eisen, R.J., A.P. Wilder, S.W. Bearden, J.A. Montenieri, K.L. Gage. 2007. Early-phase transmission of the plague agent, Yersinia pestis, by unblocked oriental rat fleas, Xenopsylla cheopis, is as efficient as transmission by blocked fleas. Journal of Medical Entomology 44. 678-682.
Salkeld, D.J., R.J. Eisen, P. Stapp, A.P. Wilder, J. Lowell, D.W. Tripp, D. Albertson, M.F. Antolin. 2007. The potential role of swift foxes and their fleas in plague-prairie dog outbreaks. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43. 425-4.1.
Eisen, R.J., S.W. Bearden, A.P. Wilder, J.A. Montenieri, M.F. Antolin, K.L. Gage. 2006. Early-phase transmission of Yersinia pestis by unblocked fleas as a mechanism explaining rapidly spreading plague epizootics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103. 15380-15385.