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    1. Vanhooydonck, B; Van Damme, R; Van Dooren, TJM; Bauwens, D
      Proximate causes of intraspecific variation in locomotor performance in the lizard Gallotia galloti

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    2. Shine, R; Shetty, S
      Moving in two worlds: aquatic and terrestrial locomotion in sea snakes (Laticauda colubrina, Laticaudidae)

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    3. Mori, A; Burghardt, GM
      Temperature effects on anti-predator behaviour in Rhabdophis tigrinus, a snake with toxic nuchal glands

      ETHOLOGY
    4. Chiszar, D; Dunn, TM; Stark, P; Smith, HM
      Response of brown treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) to mammalian blood: Wholeblood, serum, and cellular residue

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    5. Holycross, AT; Kamees, LK; Painter, CW
      Observations of predation on Crotalus willardi obscurus in the Animas Mountains, New Mexico.

      SOUTHWESTERN NATURALIST
    6. Cooper, WE; Perez-Mellado, V
      Location of fruit using only airborne odor cues by a lizard

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    7. Cooper, WE; Perez-Mellado, V
      Chemosensory responses to sugar and fat by the omnivorous lizard Gallotia caesaris - With behavioral evidence suggesting a role for gustation

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    8. Bonnet, X; Naulleau, G; Shine, R; Lourdais, O
      Short-term versus long-term effects of food intake on reproductive output in a viviparous snake, Vipera aspis

      OIKOS
    9. Shine, R; Phillips, B; Waye, H; LeMaster, M; Mason, RT
      Benefits of female mimicry in snakes

      NATURE
    10. Barron, JN; Andraso, GM
      The influence of fall foraging success on follicle number in the northern water snake, Nerodia sipedon

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    11. Edwards, A; Jones, SM
      Changes in plasma testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone concentrations throughout the annual reproductive cycle in male viviparous blue-tongued skinks, Tiliqua nigrolutea, in Tasmania

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    12. Rundio, DE; Olson, DH
      Palatability of southern torrent salamander (Rhyacotriton variegatus) larvae to Pacific giant salamander (Dicamptodon tenebrosus) larvae

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    13. Watkins, TB
      A quantitative genetic test of adaptive decoupling across metamorphosis for locomotor and life-history traits in the Pacific tree frog, Hyla regilla

      EVOLUTION
    14. Blouin-Demers, G; Weatherhead, PJ
      Habitat use by black rat snakes (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta) in fragmented forests

      ECOLOGY
    15. Rohr, DH; Malone, BS
      Activity times and body temperature in Australian copperheads (Serpentes :Elapidae)

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    16. Rock, J; Andrews, RM; Cree, A
      Effects of reproductive condition, season, and site on selected temperatures of a viviparous gecko

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    17. Ujvari, B; Korsos, Z
      Use of radiotelemetry on snakes: A review

      ACTA ZOOLOGICA ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM HUNGARICAE
    18. Komak, S; Crossland, MR
      An assessment of the introduced mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis holbrooki) as a predator of eggs, hatchlings and tadpoles of native and non-native anurans

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    19. Burghardt, GM; Layne, DG; Konigsberg, L
      The genetics of dietary experience in a restricted natural population

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    20. Zuri, I; Bull, CM
      Reduced access to olfactory cues and home-range maintenance in the sleepy lizard (Tiliqua rugosa)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    21. Cooper, WE; Hartdegen, R
      Lingual and biting responses to prey chemicals by ingestively naive scincid lizards: discrimination from control chemicals, time course, and effect of method of stimulus presentation

      CHEMOECOLOGY
    22. Crossland, MR
      Direct and indirect effects of the introduced toad Bufo marinus (Anura : Bufonidae) on populations of native anuran larvae in Australia

      ECOGRAPHY
    23. Mori, A; Burghardt, GM
      Does prey matter? Geographic variation in antipredator responses of hatchlings of a Japanese natricine snake (Rhabdophis tigrinus)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Cooper, WE; Habegger, JJ
      Elevated tongue-flicking and biting by the insectivorous lygosomine skink Mabuya macularia to prey, but not plant, chemicals

      ETHOLOGY ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    25. Rossler, P; Kroner, C; Krieger, J; Lobel, D; Breer, H; Boekhoff, I
      Cyclic adenosine monophosphate signaling in the rat vomeronasal organ: Role of an adenylyl cyclase type VI

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    26. Taniguchi, M; Wang, D; Halpern, M
      Chemosensitive conductance and inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate-induced conductance in snake vomeronasal receptor neurons

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    27. Forsman, A
      Some like it hot: Intra-population variation in behavioral thermoregulation in color-polymorphic pygmy grasshoppers

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    28. Mullin, SJ; Cooper, RJ
      The foraging ecology of the gray rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta spiloides). II. Influence of habitat structural complexity when searching for arboreal avian prey

      AMPHIBIA-REPTILIA
    29. Cooper, WE; Burghardt, GM; Brown, WS
      Behavioural responses by hatchling racers (Coluber constrictor) from two geographically distinct populations to chemical stimuli from potential prey and predators

      AMPHIBIA-REPTILIA
    30. Giacobini, P; Benedetto, A; Tirindelli, R; Fasolo, A
      Proliferation and migration of receptor neurons in the vomeronasal organ of the adult mouse

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Abrams, PA
      The evolution of predator-prey interactions: Theory and evidence

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS
    32. Lindberg, AC; Shivik, JA; Clark, L
      Mechanical mouse lure for Brown Treesnakes

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

      COPEIA
    34. Civantos, E; Forsman, A
      Determinants of survival in juvenile Psammodromus algirus lizards

      OECOLOGIA
    35. Aerts, P; Van Damme, R; Vanhooydonck, B; Zaaf, A; Herrel, A
      Lizard locomotion: How morphology meets ecology

      NETHERLANDS JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    36. Shivik, JA; Bourassa, J; Donnigan, SN
      Elicitation of brown treesnake predatory behavior using polymodal stimuli

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    37. Stone, A; Ford, NB; Holtzman, DA
      Spatial learning and shelter selection by juvenile spotted pythons, Anteresia maculosus

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    38. Roark, AW; Dorcas, ME
      Regional body temperature variation in corn snakes measured using temperature-sensitive passive integrated transponders

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

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    40. Ball, JC
      Comparison of organic solvent extracts and the fatty acid composition of nonpolar lipids of shed skins from male and female corn snakes (Elaphe guttata guttata)

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    41. Cooper, WE; Al-Johany, AM; Vitt, LJ; Habegger, JJ
      Responses to chemical cues from animal and plant foods by actively foraging insectivorous and omnivorous scincine lizards

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    42. Wilson, RS; Franklin, CE; James, RS
      Allometric scaling relationships of jumping performance in the striped marsh frog Limnodynastes peronii

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    43. Cooper, WE
      Food chemical discriminations by the omnivorous scincid lizards Tiliqua scincoides and Tiliqua rugosa

      HERPETOLOGICA
    44. Blouin-Demers, G; Prior, KA; Weatherhead, PJ
      Patterns of variation in spring emergence by black rat snakes (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta)

      HERPETOLOGICA
    45. Kearney, M; Predavec, M
      Do nocturnal ectotherms thermoregulate? A study of the temperate gecko Christinus marmoratus

      ECOLOGY
    46. Brown, GP; Weatherhead, PJ
      Thermal ecology and sexual size dimorphism in northern water snakes, Nerodia sipedon

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    47. Overgaard, J; Busk, M; Hicks, JW; Jensen, FB; Wang, T
      Respiratory consequences of feeding in the snake Python molorus

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    48. Whitaker, PB; Shine, R
      Responses of free-ranging brownsnakes (Pseudonaja textilis : Elapidae) to encounters with humans

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    49. Bauwens, D; Castilla, AM; Mouton, PLN
      Field body temperatures, activity levels and opportunities for thermoregulation in an extreme microhabitat specialist, the girdled lizard (Cordylus macropholis)

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    50. Dantzler, WH; Serrano, OK; Abbott, DE; Kim, YK; Brokl, OH
      Basolateral regulation of pH(i) in isolated snake renal proximal tubules in presence and absence of bicarbonate

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    51. Bonnet, X; Bradshaw, D; Shine, R; Pearson, D
      Why do snakes have eyes? The (non-)effect of blindness in island tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus)

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    52. Madison, DM; Maerz, JC; McDarby, JH
      Optimization of predator avoidance by salamanders using chemical cues: Diet and diel effects

      ETHOLOGY
    53. Cunningham, DS; Burghardt, GM
      A comparative study of facial grooming after prey ingestion in colubrid snakes

      ETHOLOGY
    54. Hanifin, CT; Yotsu-Yamashita, M; Yasumoto, T; Brodie, ED; Brodie, ED
      Toxicity of dangerous prey: Variation of tetrodotoxin levels within and among populations of the newt Taricha granulosa

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    55. Alexander, GJ; Brooks, R
      Circannual rhythms of appetite and ecdysis in the elapid snake, Hemachatushaemachatus, appear to be endogenous

      COPEIA
    56. Keverne, EB
      The vomeronasal organ

      SCIENCE
    57. Alexander, GJ; Mitchell, D; Hanrahan, SA
      Wide thermal tolerance in the African elapid, Hemachatus haemachatus

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    58. Crossland, MR; Azevedo-Ramos, C
      Effects of Bufo (Anura : Bufonidae) toxins on tadpoles from native and exotic Bufo habitats

      HERPETOLOGICA
    59. Mullin, SJ; Gutzke, WHN
      The foraging ecology of the gray rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta spiloides). I.Influence of habitat structural complexity when searching for mammalian prey

      HERPETOLOGICA
    60. Brodie, ED; Brodie, ED
      Costs of exploiting poisonous prey: Evolutionary trade-offs in a predator-prey arms rage

      EVOLUTION
    61. Sasaki, K; Okamoto, K; Inamura, K; Tokumitsu, Y; Kashiwayanagi, M
      Inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate accumulation induced by urinary pheromones infemale rat vomeronasal epithelium

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    62. Kardong, KV; Berkhoudt, H
      Rattlesnake hunting behavior: Correlations between plasticity of predatoryperformance and neuroanatomy

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    63. Brodie, ED; Brodie, ED
      Predator-prey arms races

      BIOSCIENCE
    64. Miller, LR; Gutzke, WHN
      The role of the vomeronasal organ of crotalines (Reptilia : Serpentes : Viperidae) in predator detection

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    65. CREWS D; SAKATA J; RHEN T
      DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTS ON INTERSEXUAL AND INTRASEXUAL VARIATION IN GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION IN A LIZARD WITH TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT SEX DETERMINATION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    66. GREENE MJ; MASON RT
      CHEMICALLY MEDIATED SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR OF THE BROWN TREE SNAKE, BOIGA-IRREGULARIS

      Ecoscience
    67. HOLTZMAN DA
      CELL-DYNAMICS IN THE EMBRYONIC AND POSTNATAL VOMERONASAL EPITHELIUM OF SNAKES

      Microscopy research and technique
    68. DAWLEY EM
      SPECIES, SEX, AND SEASONAL DIFFERENCES IN VNO SIZE

      Microscopy research and technique
    69. Bhatnagar, KP; Meisami, E
      Vomeronasal organ in bats and primates: Extremes of structural variabilityand its phylogenetic implications

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    70. DALTRY JC; ROSS T; THORPE RS; WUSTER W
      EVIDENCE THAT HUMIDITY INFLUENCES SNAKE ACTIVITY PATTERNS - A FIELD-STUDY OF THE MALAYAN PIT VIPER CALLOSELASMA-RHODOSTOMA

      Ecography
    71. BORAAS ME; SEALE DB; BOXHORN JE
      PHAGOTROPHY BY A FLAGELLATE SELECTS FOR COLONIAL PREY - A POSSIBLE ORIGIN OF MULTICELLULARITY

      Evolutionary ecology
    72. COOPER WE
      EVALUATION OF SWAB AND RELATED TESTS AS A BIOASSAY FOR ASSESSING RESPONSES BY SQUAMATE REPTILES TO CHEMICAL STIMULI

      Journal of chemical ecology
    73. QUERALREGIL A; KING RB
      EVIDENCE FOR PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN SNAKE BODY-SIZE AND RELATIVE HEAD DIMENSIONS IN RESPONSE TO AMOUNT AND SIZE OF PREY

      Copeia
    74. Webb, JK; Shine, R
      Thermoregulation by a nocturnal elapid snake (Hoplocephalus bungaroides) in Southeastern Australia

      PHYSIOLOGICAL ZOOLOGY
    75. SHIVIK JA
      BROWN TREE SNAKE RESPONSE TO VISUAL AND OLFACTORY CUES

      The Journal of wildlife management
    76. MORI A
      PREY-HANDLING BEHAVIOR OF 3 SPECIES OF HOMALOPSINE SNAKES - FEATURES ASSOCIATED WITH PISCIVORY AND DUVERNOYS GLANDS

      Journal of herpetology
    77. KUPFERBERG SJ
      PREDATOR MEDIATED PATCH USE BY TADPOLES (HYLA-REGILLA) - RISK BALANCING OR CONSEQUENCE OF MOTIONLESSNESS

      Journal of herpetology
    78. WREN K; CLAUSSEN DL; KURZ M
      THE EFFECTS OF BODY-SIZE AND EXTRINSIC MASS ON THE LOCOMOTION OF THE ORNATE BOX TURTLE, TERRAPENE ORNATA

      Journal of herpetology
    79. Doving, KB; Trotier, D
      Structure and function of the vomeronasal organ

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    80. JIA CP; HALPERN M
      NEUROGENESIS AND MIGRATION OF RECEPTOR NEURONS IN THE VOMERONASAL SENSORY EPITHELIUM IN THE OPOSSUM, MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    81. DORCAS ME; PETERSON CR
      DAILY BODY-TEMPERATURE VARIATION IN FREE-RANGING RUBBER BOAS

      Herpetologica
    82. Godard, RD; Bowers, BB; Wannamaker, C
      Responses of golden shiner minnows to chemical cues from snake predators

      BEHAVIOUR
    83. LIU WM; WANG D; LIU JM; CHEN P; HALPERN M
      CHEMOSIGNAL TRANSDUCTION IN THE VOMERONASAL ORGAN OF GARTER SNAKES - CLONING OF A GENE ENCODING ADENYLATE-CYCLASE FROM THE VOMERONASAL ORGAN OF GARTER SNAKES

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print)
    84. BURGER J
      ANTIPREDATOR BEHAVIOR OF HATCHLING SNAKES - EFFECTS OF INCUBATION-TEMPERATURE AND SIMULATED PREDATORS

      Animal behaviour
    85. OIKAWA T; SUZUKI K; SAITO TR; TATAHASHI KW; TANIGUCHI K
      FINE-STRUCTURE OF 3 TYPES OF OLFACTORY ORGANS IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      The Anatomical record
    86. GREGORY PT; SKEBO KM
      TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN REPRODUCTIVE TRAITS AND THE INFLUENCE OF FOOD-INTAKE DURING PREGNANCY IN THE GARTER SNAKE, THAMNOPHIS ELEGANS

      The American naturalist
    87. MULLIN SJ; COOPER RJ
      THE FORAGING ECOLOGY OF THE GRAY RAT SNAKE (ELAPHE OBSOLETE SPILOIDES) - VISUAL-STIMULI FACILITATE LOCATION OF ARBOREAL PREY

      The American midland naturalist
    88. TOSINI G
      THE PINEAL COMPLEX OF REPTILES - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL ROLES

      Ethology Ecology & Evolution
    89. INAMURA K; KASHIWAYANAGI M; KURIHARA K
      INOSITOL-1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE INDUCES RESPONSES IN RECEPTOR NEURONS INRAT VOMERONASAL SENSORY SLICES

      Chemical senses
    90. INAMURA K; KASHIWAYANAGI M; KURIHARA K
      BLOCKAGE OF URINARY RESPONSES BY INHIBITORS FOR IP3-MEDIATED PATHWAY IN RAT VOMERONASAL SENSORY NEURONS

      Neuroscience letters
    91. BARRON JN
      CONDITION-ADJUSTED ESTIMATOR OF REPRODUCTIVE OUTPUT IN SNAKES

      Copeia
    92. DORCAS ME; PETERSON CR; FLINT MET
      THE THERMAL BIOLOGY OF DIGESTION IN RUBBER BOA (CHARINA-BOTTAE) - PHYSIOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS

      Physiological zoology
    93. FORSMAN A; SHINE R
      REJECTION OF NONADAPTIVE HYPOTHESES FOR INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN TROPHIC MORPHOLOGY IN GAPE-LIMITED PREDATORS

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    94. MARVIN GA; LUTTERSCHMIDT WI
      LOCOMOTOR PERFORMANCE IN JUVENILE AND ADULT BOX TURTLES (TERRAPENE CAROLINA) - A REANALYSIS FOR EFFECTS OF BODY-SIZE AND EXTRINSIC LOAD USING A TERRESTRIAL SPECIES

      Journal of herpetology
    95. KING RB
      VARIATION IN BROWN SNAKE (STORERIA-DEKAYI) MORPHOLOGY AND SCALATION -SEX, FAMILY, AND MICROGEOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES

      Journal of herpetology
    96. MOON BR; CANDY T
      CELOMIC AND MUSCULAR CROSS-SECTIONAL AREAS IN 3 FAMILIES OF SNAKES

      Journal of herpetology
    97. KARDONG KV; KIENE TL; JOHNSON EK
      PROXIMATE FACTORS AFFECTING THE PREDATORY BEHAVIOR OF THE RED SPITTING COBRA, NAJA-MOSSAMBICA PALLIDA

      Journal of herpetology
    98. DORCAS ME; PETERSON CR
      HEAD-BODY TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCES IN FREE-RANGING RUBBER BOAS

      Journal of herpetology
    99. SHIVIK JA; CLARK L
      CARRION SEEKING IN BROWN TREE SNAKES - IMPORTANCE OF OLFACTORY AND VISUAL CUES

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    100. WEKESA KS; ANHOLT RRH
      PHEROMONE REGULATED PRODUCTION OF INOSITOL-(1,4,5)TRISPHOSPHATE IN THE MAMMALIAN VOMERONASAL ORGAN

      Endocrinology


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