Wylie, R. 2016. Dracula orchid flowers mimic mushrooms to attract flies. New Scientist. Mar. 10.

Monahan, P. 2016. How 3D printing unraveled the Dracula orchid’s disguise. News from Science. Feb. 23.

Barlow, J. 2016. 3D printer helps tell why flies swarm to Dracula orchids. Around the O. Feb. 23.
(also picked up by EurekAlert!, Science Daily,, and Futurity)

Adams, T. 2016. Newly discovered species of 'monster spider' is tiny, not a spider - and lives near Eugene. KVAL News Eugene. Feb. 5.

Poon, J. 2012. Cloud Forest Project. Film.
Two different trailers are available: a Short one and a Longer one.

Mason Dentinger, R. 2012. The allure of Dracula. Kew Magazine.

Dadigan, M. 2010. Nature's Masters of Disguise. CAScade. University of Oregon. Eugene. Fall.

Palmer, S. 2009. Place of small wonders: a tour of native plants in Hendricks park illustrates springtime color and diversity. Register Guard, Eugene OR. B1. April 13. 

Eat Local Eugene. 2008. Food and Medicine Culture at the Neighborhood Level. May 15.

McCowan, K. 2006. Gardeners learn the bitter truth. Register Guard, Eugene OR. C1. June 19.