Peach, D.A.H., and Matthews, B.J. (2022). Sensory mechanisms for the shift from phytophagy to haematophagy in mosquitoes. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 52:100930.


Peach, D.A.H., and Matthews, B. (2022) The invasive mosquitoes of Canada: An entomological, medical, and veterinary review. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 107:231-244.


Peach, D.A.H., Almond, M., Ko, E., Meraj, S., Gries, R., and Gries, G. (2021) Cheese or cheese infusions – ecological traps for mosquitoes and spotted wing drosophila. Pest Management Science, 77: 5599-5607. *Journal Cover*


Peach, D.A.H., Carroll, C., Meraj, S., Gomes, S., Galloway, E., Balcita, A., Coastworth, H., Young, N., Gries, R., Lowenberger, C., Moore, M., and Gries, G. (2021) Nectar microbes of tansy, Tanacetum vulgare L., are attractive to its mosquito pollinator, Culex pipiens L. BMC Ecology and Evolution 21:29


Peach, D.A.H., McCann, S., and Belton, P. (2021) A guide to the mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) of the Yukon. Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification, 43.


Baharmand, I., Coatsworth, C., Peach, D.A.H., Hart, M., Belton, P., and Lowenberger, C. (2020) Exploring molecular relationships of introduced Aedes japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) populations in British Columbia, Canada using mitochondrial DNA. Journal of Vector Ecology, 45:285-296.


Peach, D.A.H., and Matthews, B.J. (2020) Modelling the putative ancient distribution of the coastal rock pool mosquito Aedes togoi. Journal of Insect Science, 20:1-10.


Peach, D.A.H., and Poirier, L.M. (2020) New distribution records of mosquitoes in northern British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 117:69-74.


Peach, D.A.H., and Gries, G. (2020) Mosquito phytophagy – sources exploited, ecological function, and evolutionary transition to haematophagy. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 168:120-136. *Journal Cover*


Peach, D.A.H., Ko, E., Blake, A.J., and Gries, G. (2019). Ultraviolet inflorescence cues enhance attractiveness of inflorescence odour to Culex pipiens mosquitoes. PLOS One, 14:e0217404.


Peach, D.A.H., Almond, M., Gries, R., and Gries, G. (2019). Lemongrass and cinnamon bark: plant essential oil blend as a spatial repellent for mosquitoes in a field setting. Journal of Medical Entomology, 56:1346-1352.


Peach, D.A.H., Almond, M., and Pol, J. (2019). Modeled distributions of Aedes japonicus and Aedes togoi (Diptera: Culicidae) in the United States, Canada, and northern Latin America. Journal of Vector Ecology, 44:119-129.


Peach, D.A.H., Gries, R., Zhai, H., Young, N., and Gries, G. (2019). Multimodal floral cues guide mosquitoes to tansy inflorescences. Scientific Reports, 9:3908.


Peach, D.A.H., Gries, R., Young, N., Lakes, R., Galloway, E., Alamsetti, S., Ko, E., Ly, A., and Gries, G. (2019). The attraction of Aedes aegypti (L.) to aphid honeydew. Insects, 10:43.


Peach, D.A.H. (2018). An updated list of the mosquitoes of British Columbia, with distribution notes. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 115:126-129.


Peach, D.A.H. (2018). First record of Culex tarsalis Coquillett (Diptera: Culicidae) in the Yukon. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 115:123-125.


Peach, D.A.H. (2017). First record of Aedes (Ochlerotatus) spencerii (Theobald) (Diptera: Culicidae) in the Yukon. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 114:65-67.


Peach, D.A.H., and Gries, G. (2016). Nectar thieves or invited pollinators? A case study of tansy flowers and common house mosquitoes. Journal of Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 10: 497- 506.


Fitzpatrick, S.M., Gries, R., Khaskin, G., Peach, D.A.H., Iwanski, J., and Gries, G. (2013). Populations of the gall midge Dasineura oxycoccana on cranberry and blueberry produce and respond to different pheromones. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 39:37-49.


Peach, D.A.H., Huber, J.T., and Fitzpatrick, S.M. (2012). Hymenopterous parasitoids of cranberry tipworm (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) in British Columbia, Canada. The Canadian Entomologist, 144:487-490.