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Trumbo ST, Eggert A-K.  1994.  Beyond monogamy: territory quality influences sexual advertisement in male burying beetles. Animal Behaviour. 48:1043-1047.
Trumbo ST, Wilson DSloan.  1993.  Brood discrimination, nest mate discrimination, and determinants of social behavior in facultatively quasisocial beetles (Nicrophorus spp.). Behavioral Ecology. 4(4):332-339.
Trumbo ST, Thomas S.  1998.  Burying beetles (Coleoptera: Silphidae) of the Apostle Islands, Wisconsin: species diversity, population density and body size. Great Lakes Entomologist. 31(2):85-95.
Trumbo ST, Fiore AJ.  1991.  A genetic marker for investigating paternity and maternity in the burying beetle Nicrophorus orbicollis (Coleoptera: Silphidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society. 99(4):637-642.
Trumbo ST.  1990.  Interference competition among burying beetles (Silphidae, Nicrophorus). Ecological Entomology. 15:347-355.
Trumbo ST, Fiore AJ.  1994.  Interspecific competition and the evolution of communal breeding in burying beetles. The American Midlands Naturalist. 131:169-174.
Trumbo ST.  1994.  Interspecific competition, brood parasitism, and the evolution of biparental cooperation in burying beetles. Oikos. 69:241-249.
Trumbo ST.  1992.  Monogamy to communal breeding: exploitation of a broad resource base by burying beetles (Nicrophorus). Ecological Entomology. 17:289-298.
Trumbo ST.  1995.  Nesting failure in burying beetles and the origin of communal associations. Evolutionary Ecology. 9:125-130.
Trumbo ST, Fernandez A.G.  1995.  Regulation of brood size by male parents and cues employed to assess resource size by burying beetles. Ethology Ecology and Evolution. 7:313-322.
Trumbo ST.  1990.  Regulation of brood size in a burying beetle, Nicrophorus tomentosus (Silphidae). Journal of Insect Behavior. 3:491-500.
Trumbo ST.  1991.  Reproductive benefits and the duration of paternal care in a biparental burying beetle, Necrophorus orbicollis. Behaviour. 117(1):82-105.
Trumbo ST.  1990.  Reproductive benefits of infanticide in a biparental burying beetle Nicrophorus orbicollis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 27:269-273.
Trumbo ST.  1990.  Reproductive success, phenology and biogeography of burying beetles (Silphidae, Nicrophorus). The American Midlands Naturalist. 124:1-11.
Trumbo ST.  1996.  The role of conflict in breeding systems: burying beetles as experimental organisms. The American Biological Teacher. 58(2):118-121.