Publications

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Thawley, C.J. and J.J. Kolbe. In Revision. Artificial light at night increases growth and reproductive output in Anolis lizards. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Hall, J.M., T.S. Mitchell, C.J. Thawley, J.T. Stroud, and D.A. Warner. In Revision. Adaptive seasonal shift towards investment in fewer, larger offspring: Evidence from field and laboratory studies. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Tylan, C., K. Camacho, S. French, S.P. Graham, M.W. Herr*, J. Jones, G.L. McCormick, M.A. O’Brien*, J.B. Tennessen, C.J. Thawley, A. Webb, and T. Langkilde. In Revision. Obtaining plasma to measure baseline glucocorticoid concentrations in reptiles: How quick is quick enough? General and Comparative Endocrinology.

12) Maurer, A.S., C.J. Thawley, A.L. Fireman, S.T. Giery, and J.T. Stroud. 2019. Nocturnal activity of Antiguan lizards under artificial light. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 14:105-110. [PDF]

11) Thawley, C.J., H.A. Moniz*, A.J. Merritt*, A.C. Battles, S.N. Michaelides, and J.J. Kolbe. 2019. Urbanization affects morphology and parasitism but not thermal preferences in Anolis lizards. Journal of Urban Ecology 5:juy031, https://doi.org/10.1093/jue/juy031 [PDF]

10) Thawley, C.J., M. Goldy-Brown*, G.M. McCormick, S.P. Graham, and T. Langkilde. 2019. Presence of an invasive species reverses latitudinal clines of multiple traits in a native species. Global Change Biology. 25:620-628. [Link to article]

9) Del Giudice, M., C.L. Buck, L. Chaby, B.M. Gormally, C.C. Taff, C.J. Thawley, M.N. Vitousek, and H. Wada. 2018. What is stress?: A systems perspective. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 58:1019-1032. [PDF]

8) Thawley, C.J. and T. Langkilde. 2017. Attracting unwanted attention: generalization of behavioural adaptation to an invasive predator carries costs. Animal Behaviour 123:285-291. [Link to article]

7) Langkilde, T., C.J. Thawley, and T.R. Robbins. 2017. Behavioral adaptations to invasive species: benefits, costs and mechanisms of change. In M. Naguib, J. Podos, L.W. Simmons, L. Barrett, S. Healy, and M. Zuk (Eds.), Advances in the Study of Behavior 49:199-235. [Link to article]

6) Graham, S.P., N.A. Freidenfelds, C.J. Thawley, T.R. Robbins, and T. Langkilde. 2017. Are invasive species stressful? The glucocorticoid profile of native lizards exposed to invasive fire ants depends on the context. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90:328-337. [PDF]

5) Thawley, C.J. and T. Langkilde. 2016. Invasive fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) predation of eastern fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus) eggs. Journal of Herpetology 50:284-288. [Link to article]

4) Carlson, B.E., C.J. Thawley, and S.P. Graham. 2016. Natural history of the valley and ridge salamander (Plethodon hoffmani): demography, movement, microhabitats, and abundance. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 11:315-327. [PDF]

3) Schrey, A.W., T.R. Robbins, J. Lee*, D. Dukes*, A. Ragsdale*, C.J. Thawley, and T. Langkilde. 2016. Epigenetic response to environmental change: DNA methylation frequencies and generational transmission vary with invasion status. Environmental Epigenetics 2016:1-5. doi:10.1093/eep/dvw008. [PDF]

2) Herr, M.W.*, T.R. Robbins, A. Centi*, C.J. Thawley, and T. Langkilde. 2016. Irresistible ants: exposure to novel toxic prey increases consumption over multiple temporal scales. Oecologia 181:749-756. [PDF]

1) Newman, J.C.*, C.J. Thawley, T. Langkilde. 2014. Red imported fire ant predation on eggs of the eastern fence lizard. Herpetology Notes 7:415-418. [PDF]

*denotes undergraduate co-author.
^denotes citizen-scientist co-author.

Natural History and Distributional Notes:

Simpson, S.E.^, S.T. Giery, J.T. Stroud, and C.J. Thawley. 2019. Anolis sagrei (Brown Anole). Predation. Herpetological Review 50:362-363. [PDF]

Lapiedra, O. and C.J. Thawley. 2019. Anolis stratulus (Barred Anole). Nocturnal foraging activity. Herpetological Review 50:363. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2019. Anolis cristatellus (Puerto Rican Crested Anole) and Anolis sagrei (Brown Anole). Interspecific mating. Herpetological Review 50:362. [PDF]

Barbato, J.^ and C.J. Thawley. 2018. Geographic distribution: Anolis distichus. Herpetological Review 49:714. [PDF]

Campbell, N.^, C.J. Thawley, and J.T. Stroud. 2018. Anolis cristatellus (Puerto Rican Crested Anole). Cannibalism. Herpetological Review 49:115-116. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and J.T. Stroud. 2017. Geographic distribution: Phelsuma grandis. Herpetological Review 48:812. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J., A.C. Battles, S.N. Michaelides, and J.J. Kolbe. 2017. Anolis equestris (Cuban Knight Anole). Prey. Herpetological Review 48:183-184. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J., M. Herr,* and S.P. Graham. 2016. Pantherophis guttatus (Red Cornsnake). Defensive behavior. Herpetological Review 47:151-152. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves. 2015. Geographic distribution: Gyrinophilus porphyriticus. Herpetological Review 46:210. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Plestiodon fasciatus. Herpetological Review 45:661. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Plestiodon laticeps. Herpetological Review 45:661. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and M.W. Herr*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Plestiodon laticeps. Herpetological Review 45:661. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Sceloporus undulatus. Herpetological Review 45:662. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Pantherophis guttatus. Herpetological Review 45:665. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Alligator mississippiensis. Herpetological Review 45:279. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Trachemys scripta scripta. Herpetological Review 45:281. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Anolis carolinensis. Herpetological Review 45:282. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and F. Graves*. 2014. Geographic distribution: Sceloporus undulatus. Herpetological Review 45:283. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2014. Coluber constrictor (North American racer): Egg predation. Herpetological Review 45:142. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2013. Geographic distribution: Chrysemys picta. Herpetological Review 44:622-623. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2013. Geographic distribution: Plestiodon fasciatus. Herpetological Review 44:626. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and B.E. Carlson. 2013. Geographic distribution: Hyla versicolor. Herpetological Review 44:621. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J., G.L. McCormick and S.P. Graham. 2013. Geographic distribution: Crotalus horridus. Herpetological Review 44:628. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J., G.L. McCormick and S.P. Graham. 2013. Geographic distribution: Heterodon platirhinos. Herpetological Review 44:476. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J., G.L. McCormick and S.P. Graham. 2013. Geographic distribution: Opheodrys aestivus. Herpetological Review 44:477. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2012. Geographic distribution: Eleutherodactylus planirostris. Herpetological Review 43:298. [PDF]

Newman, J.C.*, G.C. Brooks*, and C.J. Thawley. 2012. Geographic distribution: Deirochelys reticularia. Herpetological Review 43:615. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. and S.P. Graham. 2012. Geographic distribution: Eurycea chamberlaini. Herpetological Review 43:296. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2011. Geographic distribution: Anolis (Norops) sagrei. Herpetological Review 42:239-240. [PDF]

Thawley, C.J. 2010. Geographic distribution: Hemidactylus turcicus. Herpetological Review 41:378. [PDF]

Stevenson, D.J., J.G. Palis, A.D. Walde, A.B. Safer and C.J. Thawley. 2009. New distributional records for Georgia amphibians and reptiles. Herpetological Review 40:247-249. [PDF]