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    1. Boone, MD; Semlitsch, RD
      Interactions of an insecticide with larval density and predation in experimental amphibian communities

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    2. Bridges, CM; Semlitsch, RD
      Genetic variation in insecticide tolerance in a population of southern leopard frogs (Rana sphenocephala): Implications for amphibian conservation

      COPEIA
    3. Parris, MJ; Laird, CW; Semlitsch, RD
      Differential predation on experimental populations of parental and hybrid leopard frog (Rana blairi and Rana sphenocephala) larvae

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    4. Mills, NE; Barnhart, MC; Semlitsch, RD
      Effects of hypoxia on egg capsule conductance in Ambystoma (Class Amphibia, Order Caudata)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    5. Negovetic, S; Anholt, BR; Semlitsch, RD; Reyer, HU
      Specific responses of sexual and hybridogenetic European waterfrog tadpoles to temperature

      ECOLOGY
    6. Bodie, JR; Semlitsch, RD; Renken, RB
      Diversity and structure of turtle assemblages: associations with wetland characters across a floodplain landscape

      ECOGRAPHY
    7. Bridges, CM; Semlitsch, RD
      Variation in pesticide tolerance of tadpoles among and within species of ranidae and patterns of amphibian decline

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    8. Bodie, JR; Semlitsch, RD
      Size-specific mortality and natural selection in freshwater turtles

      COPEIA
    9. Tejedo, M; Semlitsch, RD; Hotz, H
      Covariation of morphology and jumping performance in newly metamorphosed water frogs: Effects of larval growth history

      COPEIA
    10. Semlitsch, RD; Bridges, CM; Welch, AM
      Genetic variation and a fitness tradeoff in the tolerance of gray treefrog(Hyla versicolor) tadpoles to the insecticide carbaryl

      OECOLOGIA
    11. Bodie, JR; Semlitsch, RD
      Spatial and temporal use of floodplain habitats by lentic and lotic species of aquatic turtles

      OECOLOGIA
    12. Semlitsch, RD
      Principles for management of aquatic-breeding amphibians

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    13. Herbeck, LA; Semlitsch, RD
      Life history and ecology of the southern redback salamander, Plethodon serratus, in Missouri

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    14. Tejedo, M; Semlitsch, RD; Hotz, H
      Differential morphology and jumping performance of newly metamorphosed frogs of the hybridogenetic Rana esculenta complex

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    15. Hotz, H; Semlitsch, RD
      Differential performance among LDH-B genotypes in Rana lessonae tadpoles

      EVOLUTION
    16. Donovan, MF; Semlitsch, RD; Routman, EJ
      Biogeography of the southeastern United States: A comparison of salamanderphylogeographic studies

      EVOLUTION
    17. Parris, MJ; Semlitsch, RD; Sage, RD
      Experimental analysis of the evolutionary potential of hybridization in leopard frogs (Anura : Ranidae)

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    18. Krenz, JD; Semlitsch, RD; Gerhardt, HC; Mahoney, PA
      Isolation and characterization of simple sequence repeat loci in the gray tree frog, Hyla chrysoscelis

      GENOME
    19. Hotz, H; Semlitsch, RD; Gutmann, E; Guex, GD; Beerli, P
      Spontaneous heterosis in larval life-history traits of hemiclonal frog hybrids

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    20. Semlitsch, RD; Pickle, J; Parris, MJ; Sage, RD
      Jumping performance and short-term repeatability of newly metamorphosed hybrid and parental leopard frogs (Rana sphenocephala and Rana blairi)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    21. SEMLITSCH RD
      BIOLOGICAL DELINEATION OF TERRESTRIAL BUFFER ZONES FOR POND-BREEDING SALAMANDERS

      Conservation biology
    22. SEMLITSCH RD; BODIE JR
      ARE SMALL, ISOLATED WETLANDS EXPENDABLE

      Conservation biology
    23. WELCH AM; SEMLITSCH RD; GERHARDT HC
      CALL DURATION AS AN INDICATOR OF GENETIC QUALITY IN MALE GRAY TREE FROGS

      Science
    24. Welch, AM; Semlitsch, RD; Gerhardt, HC
      The handy-dandy kitchen device - Response

      SCIENCE
    25. PARRIS MJ; SEMLITSCH RD
      ASYMMETRIC COMPETITION IN LARVAL AMPHIBIAN COMMUNITIES - CONSERVATIONIMPLICATIONS FOR THE NORTHERN CRAWFISH FROG, RANA-AREOLATA CIRCULOSA

      Oecologia
    26. RYAN TJ; SEMLITSCH RD
      INTRASPECIFIC HETEROCHRONY AND LIFE-HISTORY EVOLUTION - DECOUPLING SOMATIC AND SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT IN A FACULTATIVELY PAEDOMORPHIC SALAMANDER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    27. SCHMIDT BR; HOTZ H; ANHOLT BR; GUEX GD; SEMLITSCH RD
      FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE MAINTENANCE OF THE GENETIC-POLYMORPHISM AT THE LOCUS LDH-B IN THE POOL FROG, RANA-LESSONAE

      Canadian journal of zoology
    28. GALAT DL; FREDRICKSON LH; HUMBURG DD; BATAILLE KJ; BODIE JR; DOHRENWEND J; GELWICKS GT; HAVEL JE; HELMERS DL; HOOKER JB; JONES JR; KNOWLTON MF; KUBISIAK J; MAZOUREK J; MCCOLPIN AC; RENKEN RB; SEMLITSCH RD
      FLOODING TO RESTORE CONNECTIVITY OF REGULATED, LARGE-RIVER WETLANDS -NATURAL AND CONTROLLED FLOODING AS COMPLEMENTARY PROCESSES ALONG THE LOWER MISSOURI RIVER

      Bioscience
    29. FIORAMONTI E; SEMLITSCH RD; REYER HU; FENT K
      EFFECTS OF TRIPHENYLTIN AND PH ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF RANA-LESSONAE AND RANA-ESCULENTA TADPOLES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    30. GIBBONS JW; BURKE VJ; LOVICH JE; SEMLITSCH RD; TUBERVILLE TD; BODIE JR; GREENE JL; NIEWIAROWSKI PH; WHITEMAN HH; SCOTT DE; PECHMANN JHK; HARRISON CR; BENNETT SH; KRENZ JD; MILLS MS; BUHLMANN KA; LEE JR; SEIGEL RA; TUCKER AD; MILLS TM; LAMB T; DORCAS ME; CONGDON JD; SMITH MH; NELSON DH; DIETSCH MB; HANLIN HG; OTT JA; KARAPATAKIS DJ
      PERCEPTIONS OF SPECIES ABUNDANCE, DISTRIBUTION, AND DIVERSITY - LESSONS FROM 4 DECADES OF SAMPLING ON A GOVERNMENT-MANAGED RESERVE

      Environmental management
    31. RIST L; SEMLITSCH RD; HOTZ H; REYER HU
      FEEDING-BEHAVIOR, FOOD-CONSUMPTION, AND GROWTH EFFICIENCY OF HEMICLONAL AND PARENTAL TADPOLES OF THE RANA-ESCULENTA COMPLEX

      Functional ecology
    32. BERGEN K; SEMLITSCH RD; REYER HU
      HYBRID FEMALE MATINGS ARE DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE AVAILABILITY OF RANA-LESSONAE AND RANA-ESCULENTA MALES IN EXPERIMENTAL POPULATIONS

      Copeia
    33. SEMLITSCH RD; HOTZ H; GUEX GD
      COMPETITION AMONG TADPOLES OF COEXISTING HEMICLONES OF HYBRIDOGENETICRANA-ESCULENTA - SUPPORT FOR THE FROZEN NICHE VARIATION MODEL

      Evolution
    34. SEMLITSCH RD; SCHMIEDEHAUSEN S; HOTZ H; BEERLI P
      GENETIC COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN SEXUAL AND CLONAL GENOMES IN LOCAL-POPULATIONS OF THE HYBRIDOGENETIC RANA-ESCULENTA COMPLEX

      Evolutionary ecology
    35. RICCA MA; WECKERLY FW; SEMLITSCH RD
      EFFECTS OF SOIL-MOISTURE AND TEMPERATURE ON OVERWINTERING SURVIVAL OFCURCULIO LARVAE (COLEOPTERA, CURCULIONIDAE)

      The American midland naturalist
    36. SEMLITSCH RD; FOGLIA M; MUELLER A; STEINER I; FIORAMONTI E; FENT K
      SHORT-TERM EXPOSURE TO TRIPHENYLTIN AFFECTS THE SWIMMING AND FEEDING-BEHAVIOR OF TADPOLES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    37. SEMLITSCH RD; GIBBONS JW; TUBERVILLE TD
      TIMING OF REPRODUCTION AND METAMORPHOSIS IN THE CAROLINA GOPHER FROG (RANA-CAPITO-CAPITO) IN SOUTH-CAROLINA

      Journal of herpetology
    38. FIGIEL CR; SEMLITSCH RD
      EXPERIMENTAL-DETERMINATION OF OVIPOSITION SITE SELECTION IN THE MARBLED SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA-OPACUM

      Journal of herpetology
    39. HORAT P; SEMLITSCH RD
      EFFECTS OF PREDATION RISK AND HUNGER ON THE BEHAVIOR OF 2 SPECIES OF TADPOLES

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    40. SEMLITSCH RD
      EVOLUTIONARY CONSEQUENCES OF NONRANDOM MATING - DO LARGE MALES INCREASE OFFSPRING FITNESS IN THE ANURAN BUFO-BUFO

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    41. SEMLITSCH RD; SCHMIEDEHAUSEN S
      PARENTAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO VARIATION IN HATCHLING SIZE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO GROWTH AND METAMORPHOSIS IN TADPOLES OF RANA-LESSONAE AND RANA-ESCULENTA

      Copeia
    42. TRAUTH SE; SEVER DM; SEMLITSCH RD
      CLOACAL ANATOMY OF PAEDOMORPHIC FEMALE AMBYSTOMA-TALPOIDEUM (CAUDATA,AMBYSTOMATIDAE), WITH COMMENTS ON INTERMORPH MATING AND SPERM STORAGE

      Canadian journal of zoology
    43. SEMLITSCH RD; WALLS SC
      COMPETITION IN 2 SPECIES OF LARVAL SALAMANDERS - A TEST OF GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION IN COMPETITIVE ABILITY

      Copeia
    44. SEMLITSCH RD
      EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT PREDATORS ON THE SURVIVAL AND DEVELOPMENT OF TADPOLES FROM THE HYBRIDOGENETIC RANA-ESCULENTA COMPLEX

      Oikos
    45. SEMLITSCH RD
      ADAPTIVE GENETIC-VARIATION IN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF TADPOLES OF THE HYBRIDOGENETIC RANA-ESCULENTA COMPLEX

      Evolution
    46. SEMLITSCH RD
      ASYMMETRIC COMPETITION IN MIXED POPULATIONS OF TADPOLES OF THE HYBRIDOGENETIC RANA-ESCULENTA COMPLEX

      Evolution
    47. STAUFFER HP; SEMLITSCH RD
      EFFECTS OF VISUAL, CHEMICAL AND TACTILE CUES OF FISH ON THE BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES OF TADPOLES

      Animal behaviour


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