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  • Move it or lose it: interspecific variation in risk response of pond-breeding anurans. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2019; 7:e6956Matich P, Schalk CM
  • Changes in behavior are often the proximate response of animals to human disturbance, with variability in tolerance levels leading some species to exhibit striking shifts in life history, fitness, and/or survival. Thus, elucidating the effects of disturbance on animal behavior, and how this varies among taxonomically similar species with inherently different behaviors and life histories is of val…
  • Habitat predictors of genetic diversity for two sympatric wetland-breeding amphibian species. [Journal Article]
    Ecol Evol 2017; 7(16):6271-6283McKee AM, Maerz JC, … Glenn TC
  • Population genetic diversity is widely accepted as important to the conservation and management of wildlife. However, habitat features may differentially affect evolutionary processes that facilitate population genetic diversity among sympatric species. We measured genetic diversity for two pond-breeding amphibian species (Dwarf salamanders, Eurycea quadridigitata; and Southern Leopard frogs, Lit…
  • Joint effects of resources and amphibians on pond ecosystems. [Journal Article]
    Oecologia 2017; 183(1):237-247Rowland FE, Rawlings MB, Semlitsch RD
  • Primary production can be controlled through bottom-up (e.g., resources) or top-down (e.g., predators) constraints. Two key bottom-up resources in small aquatic systems are light and nutrients, and forest canopy cover heavily influences these factors, whereas amphibian and invertebrate colonizers exert top-down pressure as grazers and predators. We designed our experiment to specifically manipula…
  • Mismatched anti-predator behavioral responses in predator-naïve larval anurans. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2015; 3:e1472Albecker M, Vance-Chalcraft HD
  • Organisms are adept at altering behaviors to balance the tradeoff between foraging and predation risk in spatially and temporally shifting predator environments. In order to optimize this tradeoff, prey need to be able to display an appropriate response based on degree of predation risk. To be most beneficial in the earliest life stages in which many prey are vulnerable to predation, innate anti-…
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