PEER-REVIEWED Publications   

  Bergevin, C., D. S. Velenovsky, and K. E. Bonine. 2010. Tectorial membrane morphological variation: effects upon stimulus frequency otoacoustic emissions. Biophysical Journal 99:1064-1072.

  Edwards, T., C. J. Jarchow, C. A. Jones, and K. E. Bonine. 2010. Tracing genetic lineages of captive desert tortoises in Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:801-807. 

  Amarello, M., K. E. Bonine, and D. Lazcano. 2008. Factors influencing the antipredator behavior of Mexican lance-headed rattlesnakes (Crotalus polystictus) toward humans. Pp. 229-234 in W. K. Hayes, K. R. Beaman, M. D. Cardwell, and S. P. Bush (eds.), The Biology of Rattlesnakes. Loma Linda University Press, Loma Linda, California. Melissa Amarello was an Honors Student in my laboratory and this publication is the fruition of her Honors Thesis research.

  Bonine K. E. 2007. Physiological correlates of lizard foraging mode. Chapter 3 in S. Reilly, L. McBrayer, and D. Miles, eds. Lizard Ecology: The Evolutionary Consequences of Foraging Mode. Cambridge University Press.

  Daniel, J. A., K. A. Baker, and K. E. Bonine. 2006. Retention rates of surface and implantable marking methods in the Mediterranean house gecko (Hemidactylus turcicus), with notes on capture methods and rates of skin shedding. Herpetological Review 37:319–321. Jeremy Daniel was an undergraduate in my Herpetology course and this publication was the fruition of his course research project.

  Bonine K. E., E. F. Enderson, and R. L. Bezy. 2006. Imantodes gemmistratus (Central American Tree Snake), Geographic Distribution. Herpetological Review 37:363.

  E. F. Enderson, Bonine K. E., and R. L. Bezy. 2006. Gyalopion canum (Chihuahuan Hook-nosed Snake), Geographic Distribution. Herpetological Review 37:362.

  Bonine K. E., T. T. Gleeson, and T. Garland, Jr. 2005. Muscle fiber-type variation in lizards (Squamata) and phylogenetic reconstruction of hypothesized ancestral states. Journal of Experimental Biology 208:4529-4547.

  Bonine K. E., E. W. Stitt, G. L. Bradley, and J. J. Smith. 2004. Crotalus atrox (Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake) entrapment and opportunistic courtship. Herpetological Review 35:176-177.

  Jung, R. E., K. E. Bonine, M. L. Rosenshield, A. de la Reza, S. Raimondo, and S. Droege. 2002. Evaluation of canoe surveys for anurans along the Rio Grande in Big Bend National Park, Texas. Journal of Herpetology. 36:390-397.

  Bonine K. E., T. T. Gleeson, and T. Garland, Jr. 2001. Comparative analysis of fiber-type composition in the iliofibularis muscle of phrynosomatid lizards (Squamata). Journal of Morphology 250:265-280.

  Bonine, K. E., G. H. Dayton, and R. E. Jung. 2001. Attempted predation of Couch’s spadefoot (Scaphiopus couchii) juveniles by ants (Aphaenogaster cockerelli). Southwestern Naturalist 46:104-106.

  Bonine, K. E., and T. Garland, Jr. 1999. Sprint performance of phrynosomatid lizards, measured on a high-speed treadmill, correlates with hindlimb length. Journal of Zoology, London 248:255-265.

  Smith, H. M., D. Chiszar, A. Chiszar, D. L. Auth, J. Auth, C. Henke, C. E. Bock, J. H. Bock, J. A. Rybak, R. L. Holland, K. Bonine, and G. J. Watkins-Colwell. 1998. Slevin's bunch grass lizard (Sceloporus slevini) decimated on the Sonoita Plain, Arizona. Herpetological Review 29:225-226.




Other Publications

  Weiss, M., T. Edwards, and K. Bonine. 2010. 
An assessment of genetic markers for use in Gila monster conservation. 
First Annual Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Undergraduate Poster Session (April 2010). 
Weiss was awarded First Place in the Emerging Research category for this poster. 
He was also selected as the Outstanding Graduating Senior in EEB in spring 2010.

  Bergevin, C., D. Velenovsky, and K. E. Bonine. 2010. Otacoustic emission temperature dependence across the Lacertilia, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 33rd Annual Midwinter Research Meeting (poster)

  Bonine, K. E., T. Edwards, C. Schirmer, J. Fillinger, and K. Ratzlaff. 2008. Distribution and phylogeography of the canyon treefrog (Hyla arenicolor) in the Rincon Mountains, Arizona. Sonoran Herpetologist 21:106-109. Schirmer, Fillinger, and Ratzlaff are all former students whom I advised on undergraduate research projects. This paper represents much of their work.

  Bonine, K. E. 2008. Gourmet to Galapagos: experiential learning in the sciences. Chapter 4 in P. A. Machonis, ed. Shatter the Glassy Stare: Implementing Experiential Learning in Higher Education, Place as Text Series, National Collegiate Honors Council, Monographs in Honors Education.

  Swann, D. E., K. E. Bonine, and R. A. Repp. 2007. The longhorn: Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum). Sonoran Herpetologist 20:80-81.

  Bonine, K. E. 2006. Yarrow’s spiny lizards (Sceloporus jarrovii) on Lizard Rock, Santa Catalina Mountains, Pima County, Arizona: adventures of a diaper-bag-toting herpetologist. Sonoran Herpetologist 19:78-79.

  Edwards, T., K. E. Bonine, C. Ivanyi, and R. Prescott. 2005. The molecular origins of spiny-tailed iguanas (Ctenosaura) on the grounds of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Sonoran Herpetologist 18:122-125.

  Bezy, R. L., E. F. Enderson, and K. E. Bonine. 2004. Tlaconete Pinto Pseudoeurycea bellii (Gray, 1850) Arizona’s lost salamander. Sonoran Herpetologist 17:119-122.

  Bonine, K. E. 2004. Book Review of Lizards: Windows to the Evolution of Diversity (E. R. Pianka and L. J. Vitt. 2003). Sonoran Herpetologist 17:95-96. 

  Bonine K. E. and C.R. Schwalbe. 2003. Herpetofauna inventory at Madrona Pools, Chimenea Creek, Rincon Mountain District, Saguaro National Park. Report submitted to National Park Service. 26 pp.

  Bell, D.M. and Bonine K. E., Herpetological inventory 2002 final draft report. Submitted to NPS Inventory and Monitoring Program, USGS Sonoran Desert Field Station, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 16 pp.

  Bonine, K. E., and E. D. Clotfelter. 1997. Phylogenetic approaches in animal behavior. Book Review of Phylogenies and the Comparative Method in Animal Behavior (ed. by Emilia P. Martins) 1996. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10:683-685.



Selected Presentations

  Commencement Address, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, May 2009 (Invited)

  Sustainability in the Peruvian Amazon, Honors Forum Luncheon, UA Honors College, April 2009 (Invited)

  Keynote Address, Flinn Scholar Finalist Recruitment, UA Honors College, February 2009 (Invited)

  Dendrochronology & Sky Island Ecol. DiscoveryDays, UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, Aug. 2008 (Invited).

  Sky Island Ecology, Sense of Place, Mt. Lemmon, University of Arizona College of Science, Galileo Circle, April 2008, Nov 2009 (Invited).

  Canyon Treefrogs (Hyla arenicolor) in the Tucson area. Tucson Herpetological Society, December 2007 (Invited).

  Keynote Address, Pre-commencement Ceremony, Honors College, University of Arizona, May 2007 (Invited).

  Canyon Treefrog (Hyla arenicolor) Population Structure in the Rincon Mountains, Arizona. Saguaro National Park, May 2007 (Invited).

  Getting students involved in community projects. Innovations in College Biology Teaching, University of Arizona, August 2005 (Invited).

  Arizona Black Rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus [viridis] cerberus) ecology: observations from populations in southeastern Arizona. Current Research on Herpetofauna of the Sonoran Desert III, Phoenix, AZ, April 2005.

  What we can learn from lizard limbs: comparative analysis of muscle histochemistry and the evolution of locomotor abilities. Doings Seminar Series, Interdisciplinary Training in the Neurobiology of Motor Control, Tucson, Arizona, September 2004 (Invited).

  Predictors of sprint locomotor performance abilities in Phrynosomatidae. Horned Lizard Conservation Society, Portal, Arizona, June 2002 (Invited).

  Predicting locomotor performance abilities in lizards: morphology, physiology, and the comparative method. Departmental Seminar Series, School of Renewable Natural Resources, Tucson, Arizona, May 2002 (Invited).

  How lizards run across the desert: morphological and physiological predictors of locomotor performance in Phrynosomatidae. Current Research on the Herpetofauna of the Sonoran Desert II, Tucson, Arizona, April 2002.

  Morphological and physiological predictors of locomotor performance in lizards. Zoology Colloquium, Department of Zoology. Madison, Wisconsin, May 2001.

  Phrynosomatid lizards show parallel variation in sprint speed and muscle fiber-type properties. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Chicago, January 2001.  Best Student Poster Award.

  Fiber-type variation in the iliofibularis muscle of phrynosomatid lizards. American Physiological Society, ‘The Integrative Biology of Exercise,’ Portland, Maine, September 2000. (poster)

  Morphology, physiology, and locomotor performance in phrynosomatid lizards. Society for the Study of Evolution, Madison, Wisconsin, June 1999.

  Muscle fiber-type variation and locomotion in phrynosomatid lizards. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Boston, January 1998.

  Morphometric correlates of lizard sprint performance measured on a high-speed treadmill. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Seattle, June 1997.