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Publications

List of publications authored by lab members, by year. Undergraduate co-authors are marked with an asterisk(*).

 

Lattanzio, Matthew S and Donald B. Miles. 2016. Trophic niche divergence among colour morphs that exhibit alternative mating tactics. Royal Society open science 2016, 150531.

Lattanzio, Matthew and Donald Miles. 2016. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope discrimination and turnover in a small-bodied insectivorous lizard. Isotopes in environmental and health studies 2016, 1-9.

Gilbert, Anthony and Matthew S. Lattanzio. 2016. Ontogenetic Variation in the Thermal Biology of Yarrow's Spiny Lizard, Sceloporus jarrovii. PloS one, 11(2), e0146904.

Gilbert, Anthony and Matthew S Lattanzio. 2015. Sceloporus undulatus (eastern fence lizard) novel ventral ornamentation. Herpetological Review, 46(2):262-263.

*Beal, Martin S, Lattanzio, Matthew S, and Donald B Miles. 2014. Differences in the thermal physiology of adult Yarrow’s spiny lizards (Sceloporus jarrovii) in relation to sex and body size. Ecology and Evolution, 4(20):4220-4229.

Lattanzio, Matthew S, and Donald B Miles. 2014. Ecological divergence among colour morphs mediated by changes in spatial network structure associated with disturbance. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80:1490-1500.

Lattanzio, Matthew S. 2014. Temporal and ontogenetic variation in the escape response of Ameiva festiva (Squamata: Teiidae). Phyllomedusa 13(1):17-27.

Lattanzio, Matthew S, *Metro, Kevin J, and Donald B Miles. 2014. Preference for Male Traits Differ in Two Female Morphs of the Tree Lizard, Urosaurus ornatus. PLoS one 9.7 (2014): e101515.

Lattanzio, Matthew S and Thomas C LaDuke. 2012. Habitat Use and Activity Budgets of Emerald Basilisks (Basiliscus plumifrons) in Northeast Costa Rica. Copeia 2012(3):465-471.

Lattanzio, Matthew S. 2009. Escape tactic plasticity of two sympatric Norops (Beta Anolis) species in northeast Costa Rica. Amphibia-Reptilia 30(1):1-6.