Nicholson, D.J. Logan, M.L. Cox, C.L. McMillan, W.O. Neel, L. Degon, Z. Dubois, M. Ortiz Ross, X. Chung, A. Curlis, J.D. Garner, T & Knell, R.J. 2020. Extremely rapid morphological change is associated with behavioural shifts in transplanted lizard populations (In Prep).
Rosso, A.A. Nicholson, D.J.* Logan, M.L. Chung, A.K. Curlis, J.D. Degon, Z.D. Knell, R.J. Garner, T. McMillan, W.O. Cox, C.L. 2020. Sex-biased parasitism and expression of a sexual signal in a tropical rainforest system. Journal of Animal Ecology (In Review).
* joint first author
* joint first author
Neel, L.K. Logan, M.L. Nicholson, D.J. Miller, C. Chung, A. Maayan, I. Degon, Z. Dubois, M. Curlis, J.D. Taylor, Q. Keegan, K. M. McMillan, O. Losos, J.B. and Cox. C. (2020). Habitat structure mediates vulnerability to climate change through its effects on thermoregulatory behaviour. Ecological Monographs (In Review).
Cox, C.L., Alexander, S. Casement, B. Chung, A.K. Curlis, J.D. Degon, Z, Dubois, M. Falvey, C. Graham, Z. Folfas, E. Gallego, M, Neel, L.K. Nicholson, D.J. Perez, D.J.P. Ortiz-Ross, X. Rosso, A.A. Taylor, Q. Thurman, T.J. Williams, C. McMillan, W.O. and Logan, M.L. (2020) Ectoparasite extinction in simplified lizard assemblages during experimental island invasion. Biological Letters (In Review).
Nicholson, D.J. Kanagavel, A*. Baron, J. Durand, S. Murray, C. and Tapley, B. 2020. Culture and it's role in garnering support for species conservation: the case of the mountain chicken frog (Leptodactylus fallax) in Dominica. Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (Accepted). *joint first author
Nicholson, D.J. Tapley, B. Jayson, S. Dale, J. Harding, L. Spencer, J. Sulton, M. Durand, S. and Cunningham, A.A. 2017. Development of in-country live food production for amphibian conservation: the mountain chicken frog (Leptodactylus fallax; Muller, 1926) in Dominia, West Indies. Amphibian and Reptile Conservation 11(2), 59-68.
Nicholson, D.J. Hassall, C. and Fraizer, J.A. 2015. Comparison of a native and non-native reptile species. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 31: 563-566.