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    1. Roger, C; Coderre, D; Vigneault, C; Boivin, G
      Prey discrimination by a generalist coccinellid predator: effect of prey age or parasitism?

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    2. Hinz, S; Sulkin, S; Strom, S; Testermann, J
      Discrimination in ingestion of protistan prey by larval crabs

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    3. Cooper, WE; Perez-Mellado, V
      Location of fruit using only airborne odor cues by a lizard

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    4. Cooper, WE; Vitt, LJ; Caldwell, JP; Fox, SF
      Foraging modes of some American lizards: Relationships among measurement variables and discreteness of modes

      HERPETOLOGICA
    5. Vitt, LJ; Sartorius, SS; Avila-Pires, TCS; Esposito, MC
      Life at the river's edge: ecology of Kentropyx altamazonica in Brazilian Amazonia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    6. Mouton, PL; Geertsema, H; Visagie, L
      Foraging mode of a group-living lizard, Cordylus cataphractus (Cordylidae)

      AFRICAN ZOOLOGY
    7. Cooper, WE; Whiting, MJ
      Ambush and active foraging modes both occur in the scincid genus Mabuya

      COPEIA
    8. Cooper, WE
      Responses to chemical cues from plant and animal food by an omnivorous lizard, Gerrhosaurus validus

      JOURNAL OF HERPETOLOGY
    9. Greeff, JM; Whiting, MJ
      Foraging-mode plasticity in the lizard Platysaurus broadleyi

      HERPETOLOGICA
    10. Cooper, WE
      Chemosensory discrimination of plant and animal foods by the omnivorous iguanian lizard Pogona vitticeps

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    11. Cooper, WE; Whiting, MJ; Van Wyk, JH; Mouton, PLN
      Movement- and attack-based indices of foraging mode and ambush foraging insome gekkonid and agamine lizards from southern Africa

      AMPHIBIA-REPTILIA
    12. Cooper, WE; Whiting, MJ
      Foraging modes in lacertid lizards from southern Africa

      AMPHIBIA-REPTILIA
    13. BOONMAN AM; BOONMAN M; BRETSCHNEIDER F; VANDEGRIND WA
      PREY DETECTION IN TRAWLING INSECTIVOROUS BATS - DUCKWEED AFFECTS HUNTING BEHAVIOR IN DAUBENTONS BAT, MYOTIS-DAUBENTONII

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    14. OLSSON M; SHINE R
      CHEMOSENSORY MATE RECOGNITION MAY FACILITATE PROLONGED MATE GUARDING BY MALE SNOW SKINKS, NIVEOSCINCUS-MICROLEPIDOTUS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    15. COOPER WE
      EVALUATION OF SWAB AND RELATED TESTS AS A BIOASSAY FOR ASSESSING RESPONSES BY SQUAMATE REPTILES TO CHEMICAL STIMULI

      Journal of chemical ecology
    16. VIGNEAULT C; ROGER C; HUI KPC; BOIVIN G
      AN IMAGE-ANALYSIS SYSTEM DEVELOPED FOR EVALUATION OF COLEOMEGILLA-MACULATA LARVAES BEHAVIOR

      Canadian agricultural engineering
    17. HERREL A; TIMMERMANS JP; DEVREE F
      TONGUE FLICKING IN AGAMID LIZARDS - MORPHOLOGY, KINEMATICS, AND MUSCLE-ACTIVITY PATTERNS

      The Anatomical record
    18. WHITING MJ; GREEFF JM
      FACULTATIVE FRUGIVORY IN THE CAPE FLAT LIZARD, PLATYSAURUS-CAPENSIS (SAURIA, CORDYLIDAE)

      Copeia
    19. DIAL BE; SCHWENK K
      OLFACTION AND PREDATOR DETECTION IN COLEONYX BREVIS (SQUAMATA, EUBLEPHARIDAE), WITH COMMENTS ON THE FUNCTIONAL-SIGNIFICANCE OF BUCCAL PULSING IN GECKOS

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    20. COOPER WE
      EVOLUTION AND FUNCTION OF LINGUAL SHAPE IN LIZARDS, WITH EMPHASIS ON ELONGATION, EXTENSIBILITY, AND CHEMICAL-SAMPLING

      Journal of chemical ecology
    21. COOPER WE; ARNETT J
      STRIKE-INDUCED CHEMOSENSORY SEARCHING IN THE GILA MONSTER

      Copeia
    22. CARPENTER GC; DUVALL D
      FECAL SCENT MARKING IN THE WESTERN BANDED GECKO (COLEONYX VARIEGATUS)

      Herpetologica
    23. COOPER WE
      CHEMICAL-DISCRIMINATION BY TONGUE-FLICKING IN LIZARDS - A REVIEW WITHHYPOTHESES ON ITS ORIGIN AND ITS ECOLOGICAL AND PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    24. COOPER WE; DEPERNO CS; ARNETT J
      PROLONGED POSTSTRIKE ELEVATION IN TONGUE-FLICKING RATE WITH RAPID ONSET IN GILA MONSTER, HELODERMA-SUSPECTUM - RELATION TO DIET AND FORAGING AND IMPLICATIONS FOR EVOLUTION OF CHEMOSENSORY SEARCHING

      Journal of chemical ecology
    25. SCHWENK K
      COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CLADISTIC CLASSIFICATION - A CASE-STUDY FROM THE SENSORY BIOLOGY OF SQUAMATE REPTILES

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    26. TOUBEAU G; COTMAN C; BELS V
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND KINEMATIC STUDY OF THE TONGUE AND BUCCAL CAVITY IN THE LIZARD ANGUIS-FRAGILIS (REPTILIA, ANGUIDAE)

      The Anatomical record
    27. GARRETT CM; CARD WC
      CHEMICAL-DISCRIMINATION OF PREY BY NAIVE NEONATE GOULDS MONITORS VARANUS-GOULDII

      Journal of chemical ecology
    28. PRETE FR; PLACEK PJ; WILSON MA; MAHAFFEY RJ; NEMCEK RR
      STIMULUS SPEED AND ORDER OF PRESENTATION EFFECT THE VISUALLY RELEASEDPREDATORY BEHAVIORS OF THE PRAYING-MANTIS SPHODROMANTIS-LINEOLA (BURR)

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    29. SCHWENK K
      THE EVOLUTION OF CHEMORECEPTION IN SQUAMATE REPTILES - A PHYLOGENETICAPPROACH

      Brain, behavior and evolution


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