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Policha, T., B. Dentinger, R. Manobanda, B. Roy, In revision. Where Dracula lurks: Context drives mimicry in a neotropical orchid. American Journal of Botany.  

Policha, T., A. Davis, M. Barnadas, B. Dentinger, R.A. Raguso, B. Roy. 2016. Disentangling visual and olfactory signals in mushroom-mimicking Dracula orchids using realistic 3-D printed artificialflowers. New Phytologist. 210(3) 1058-1071. COVER IMAGE.

Policha, T. 2014. Pollination biology of the mushroom-mimicking orchid genus Dracula. PhD dissertation. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Policha, T., B. Roy. 2012. Fungi, plants and pollinators: Sex, disease, & deception. In Biocomplexity of plant-fungal interactions. Edited by D.Southworth. JW & Sons, NJ.

Roy, B. A., T. Coulson, W. Blaser, T. Policha, J. L.Stewart, G. K. Blaisdell, and S. Gusewell. 2011. Population regulation by enemies of the grass Brachypodium sylvaticum: demography in native and invaded ranges. Ecology 92:665-675.

Policha, T. 2012. Plantas de Mindo: Una guia del bosque nublado del Choco Andino / Plants of Mindo: A guide to the cloud forest of the Andean Choco. 2ndEd.184pp. American Herbal Dispensary Press, Eugene, OR.

Policha, T. 2012. From biodynamics to bioliteracy: An ethno-ecological journey. In ‘Stella Natura Biodynamic Planting Calendar.’ Edited by S. Wildfeuer. Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, Kimberton PA. 

Filhart, S. and T. Policha. 2006. Plant of the year:Oregon grape (Berberis aquifolium), our state flower. Kalmiopsis. 13: 32-36. 

Policha, T. 2007. Native plants and permaculture: a call for stewardship. NPSO Bulletin. 40(9): 94-95.

Policha, T. 2006. Rewilding the garden: Towards a contemporary ethnobotany. Permaculture News.

Policha, T. 2005. Deserts alive! NPSO Bulletin. 38 (5): 52.

Policha, T. 2004. More than a pigment of the imagination. In Good Tilth. 15 (6): 1: 11.

Policha, T. 2003. Mexican plants, places & people. In Good Tilth. 14 (6): 12-13.

Policha, T. 2003. Biodynamics comes to Oregon. In Good Tilth. 14 (1): 13.

Policha, T. 2002. Ecological restoration redefines human role in the environment. In Good Tilth. 13 (6): 7.

Policha, T. 2001. Keyline irrigation: protect keypoint watersheds. In Good Tilth. 12 (4): 6-7.

Policha, T. 2001. The alchemist and the cosmos: the artistic spirit of biodynamics: a converstion with Dennis Klocek. In Good Tilth. 12 (2): 8-9.

Policha, T. et al. 2001. Nature’s pruning lessons. In Good Tilth. 12 (1): 19.

Policha, T. 2000. Food not lawns! Front Porch News. 17: 1-2.