2017 Lannoo, M.J. An American Tune: The History and Legacy of Field Biology. The University of Chicago Press, 620 ms. pp. (in prep)
2013 Lannoo, M.J. North American Amphibians: Distribution and Diversity. University of California Press, Berkeley, California. 340 pp.
2012 Lannoo, M.J. The Iowa Lakeside Laboratory. A Century of Discovering the Nature of Nature. University of Iowa Press.
2010 Lannoo, M.J. Leopold’s Shack and Ricketts‘s Lab: The Emergence of Environmentalism. University of California Press, Berkeley, California. 196 pp.
2008 Lannoo, M.J. Malformed Frogs. University of California Press, Berkeley, California. 270 ms.
2005 Lannoo, M.J. (Ed). Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of U.S. Amphibians. University of California Press, Berkeley, California. 1094 pp.
1998 Lannoo, M.J. (Ed). The Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians. Consisting of 42 contributed papers by 68 authors. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa. 507 pp.
1996 Lannoo, M.J. Okoboji Wetlands: A Lesson in Natural History. With original illustrations by Danette Pratt and photographs by Carl Kurtz. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa. 156 pp.
Williams, P.J., N.J. Engbrecht, J.R. Robb, V.C.K. Terrell, and M.J. Lannoo. Surveying a threatened amphibian species through a narrow detection window. Copeia, 2013:553-562.
Terrell, V.C.K., N.J. Engbrecht, A.P. Pessier, and M.J. Lannoo. Drought reduces chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) infection intensity and mortality but not prevalence in adult Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 50:56-62.
Terrell, V.C.K., J.L. Klemish, N.J. Engbrecht, J.A. May, P.J. Lannoo, R. Stiles, and M.J. Lannoo. Amphibian and Reptile colonization of reclaimed coal spoil grasslands. Journal of North American Herpetology 2014:59-68.
Klemish, J.L., N.J. Engbrecht, and M.J. Lannoo. Positioning minnow traps to avoid accidental deaths of breeding frogs. Herpetological Review, 44:241-242.
Lannoo, M.J. 2012. A perspective on amphibian conservation in the United States. Alytes. 29:133-144.
Engbrecht, N.J., P.J. Williams, J.R. Robb, D.R. Karns, M.J. Lodato, T.A. Gerardot, and M.J. Lannoo. Is there hope for the Hoosier Frog? An update on the status of Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus) in Indiana, with recommendations for their conservation. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 121:147-157.
Heemeyer, J.L., P.J. Williams, and M.J. Lannoo. Obligate crayfish burrow use and core habitat requirements of crawfish frogs. Journal of Wildlife Management. 76:1081-1091.
Heemeyer, J.L. and M.J. Lannoo. Breeding Migrations in Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus): Long-distance movements, burrow philopatry, and mortality in a near-threatened species. Copeia. 2012:440-450.
Engbrecht, N.J. and M.J. Lannoo. Crawfish frog behavioral differences in postburned and vegetated grasslands. Fire Ecology. 8:63-76.
Engbrecht, N.J., J.L. Heemeyer, V.C. Kinney, and M.J. Lannoo. Lithobates areolatus (Crawfish Frogs). Thwarted predation. Herpetological Review. 43:323-324.
Lannoo, M.J., C. Peterson, R.E. Lovich, P. Nanjappa, C. Phillips, J.C. Mitchell, and I. Macallister. Do Frogs Get Their Kicks on Route 66? Continental U.S. Transect Reveals Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Infection. PLoS ONE 6(7): e22211. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022211.
Lannoo, M.J. A perspective on amphibian conservation in the United States. Alytes. 29:133-144.
Lannoo, M.J. “No retreat, baby, no surrender.” Herpetological Review. 42:142-145.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Divergence of brain and retinal anatomy and histology in pelagic Antarctic notothenioid fishes of the sister taxa Dissostichus and Pleuragramma. Journal of Morphology. 272: 419-441.
Kinney, V.C., J.L. Heemeyer, A.P. Pessier, and M.J. Lannoo. Seasonal pattern of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection and mortality in Lithobates areolatus: Affirmation of Vredenburg’s “10,000 zoospore rule.” PLoS ONE 6(3): e16708. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016708
Engbrecht, N.J., S.J. Lannoo, J.O. Whitaker, and M.J. Lannoo. Comparative Morphometrics in Ranid Frogs (Subgenus Nenirana): Are Apomorphic Elongation and a Blunt Snout Responses to Deep, Small-bore Burrow Dwelling in Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus)? Copeia 2011:285-295.
Heemeyer, J.L. and M.J. Lannoo. Lithobates areolatus circulosus (Northern Crawfish Frog). Winterkill. Herpetological Review. 42:261-262.
Hoffman, A.S., J.L. Heemeyer, P.J. Williams, J.R. Robb, D.R. Karns, V.C. Kinney, N.J. Engbrecht, and M.J. Lannoo. Strong site fidelity and a variety of imaging techniques reveal around-the-clock and extended activity patterns in Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus). BioScience 60:829–834.
Kinney, V.C. and M.J. Lannoo. Lithobates areolatus circulosus (Northern Crawfish Frog): Breeding. Herpetological Review 41:197–198.
Heemeyer, J.L. and M.J. Lannoo. A new technique for capturing burrow-dwelling anurans. Herpetological Review 41:168–170.
Engbrecht, N.J. and M.J. Lannoo. A review of the status and distribution of Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus) in Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Sciences. 119:64–73.
Heemeyer, J.L., V.C. Kinney, N.J. Engbrecht and M.J. Lannoo. The biology of Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus) prevents the full use of telemetry and drift fence techniques. Herpetological Review 41:42–45.
Kinney, V.C. N.J. Engbrecht, J.L. Heemeyer, and M.J. Lannoo. 2010. New county records for amphibians and reptiles in southwest Indiana. Herpetological Review 41:387.
Heemeyer, J.L., J.G. Palis, M.J. Lannoo. 2010. Lithobates areolatus circulosus (Northern Crawfish Frog). Predation. Herpetological Review. 41:475.
Long, Z.L., E.E. Prepas, and M.J. Lannoo. 2010. Assessment of intracoelomic implantation and waistband harness radiotransmitter attachment on Wood Frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus) and Boreal Toads (Anaxyrus boreas boreas). Herpetological Review 41:315–318.
Lannoo, M.J., A.L. Gallant and R.W. Klaver. Conservation status of North American amphibians. Chapter 2. In Amphibian Biology, Volume 8: Amphibian Conservation. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton, Australia. In Press.
Lannoo, M.J., V.C. Kinney, J.L. Heemeyer, N.J. Engbrecht, A.L. Gallant, and R.W. Klaver. Mine spoil prairies expand critical habitat for endangered and threatened amphibian and reptiles species. Diversity 1:118–132.
Lannoo, M.J., J.T. Eastman and J.W. Orr. Nervous and sensory systems in sub-Arctic and Antarctic snailfishes of the genus Paraliparis (Teleostei: Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae. Copeia 2009:733–740.
Lannoo, M.J. Amphibian Malformations. Chapter 5. In Amphibian Biology, Volume 8: Decline: Diseases, Parasites, Maladies, Pollution. Pp. 3089–3111. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton, Australia.
Engbrecht, N.J., J.A. Crawford, and M.J. Lannoo. 2009. Geographic Distribution: Lithobates (= Rana) blairi. Herpetological Review 40:446.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Brain and sense organ anatomy and histology of the Falkland Islands mullet, Eleginops maclovinus (Eleginopidae), the sister group of the Antarctic notothenioid fishes (Perciformes: Notothenioidei). Journal of Morphology 269:84–103.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Brain and sense organ anatomy and histology of two species of phyletically basal non-Antarctic thornfishes of the Antarctic suborder Notothenioidei (Perciformes: Bovichtidae). Journal of Morphology 268:485–503.
Gallant, A.L., R.W. Klaver, G.S. Casper and M.J. Lannoo. Global rates of habitat loss and implication for amphibian conservation. Copeia 2007:965–977.
Mendelson, III, J.R., K.R. Lips, R.W. Gagliardo, G.B. Rabb, J.P. Collins, J.E. Diffendorfer, P. Daszak, R. Ibáñez, K.C. Zippel, D.P. Lawson, K.M. Wright, S.N. Stuart, C. Gascon, H.R. da Silva, P.A. Burrowes, R.L. Joglar, E. La Marca, S. Lötters, L.H. du Preez, C. Weldon, A. Hyatt, J.V. Rodriguez-Mahecha, S. Hunt, H. Robertson, B. Lock, C.J. Raxworthy, D.R. Frost, R.C. Lacy, R.A. Alford, J.A. Campbell, G. Parra-Olea, F. Bolaños, J.J.C.Domingo, T. Halliday, J.B. Murphy, M.H. Wake, L.A. Coloma, S.L. Kuzmin, M.S. Price, K.M. Howell, M. Lau, R. Pethiyagoda, M. Boone, M.J. Lannoo, A.R. Blaustein, A. Dobson, R.A. Griffiths, M.L. Crump, D.B. Wake, and E.D. Brodie Jr. Confronting amphibian declines and extinctions. Science 313:48.M.J. Lannoo and J.T. Eastman. Brain and sensory organ morphology in Antarctic eelpouts (Perciformes: Zoarcidae: Lycodinae). Journal of Morphology 267:115–127.
Lannoo, M.J., C. Funk, M. Gadd, T. Halliday, and J. Mitchell. 2005. Freshwater resources and associated terrestrial landscapes. Chapter 2, Pp. 16–18. In C. Gascon, J.P. Collins, R.D. Moore, D.R. Church, J.E. McKay, and J.R. Mendelson III (Eds.). Amphibian Conservation Action Plan. Proceedings: IUCN/SSC Amphibian Conservation Summit. The World Conservation Union (IUCN), Gland, Switzerland.
Lehtinen, R.M., M.J. Lannoo and R.J. Wassersug. Phytotelm breeding anurans: Past, present and future research. Pp. 1–9. In: Lehtinen, R.M. (Ed.), Ecology and Evolution of Phytotelm Breeding Anurans. Special Publications of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Number 193, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Brain and sense organ anatomy and histology in hemoglobinless Antarctic icefishes (Perciformes: Notothenioidei: Channichthyidae). Journal of Morphology 260:117–140.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Anatomy and histology of the brain and sense organs of the Antarctic plunderfish Dolloidraco longedorsalis (Perciformes: Notothenioidei: Artedidraconidae), with comments on the brain morphology of other artedidraconids and closely related harpagiferids. Journal of Morphology 255:358–377.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Diversification of brain and sense organ morphology in Antarctic dragonfishes (Perciformes: Notothenioidei: Bathydraconidae). Journal of Morphology 258:130-150.
Lannoo, M.J., D.R. Sutherland, P. Jones, D. Rosenberry, R.W. Klaver, D.M. Hoppe, P.T.J. Johnson, K.B. Lunde, C. Facemire and J.M. Kapfer. Multiple ez, causes for the malformed frog problem. Pp. 233–262. In: Linder, G., E. Little, S. Krest and D. Sparling (Eds.), Multiple Stressor Effects in Relation to Declining Amphibian Populations. American Society for Testing Materials, Conshoshocken, PA.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Anatomy and histology of the brain and sense organs of the Antarctic eel cod Muraenolepis microps (Gadiformes; Muraenolepididae). Journal of Morphology 250:34–50.
Blackburn, L., P. Nanjappa and M.J. Lannoo. United States National Amphibian Atlas: Digital database and Maps. Copyright 2001, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. (see http://www.mp2-pwrc.usgs.gov/armiatlas/)
Burkhart, J.G., G. Ankley, H. Bell, H. Carpenter, D. Fort, D. Gardiner, H. Gardner, R. Hale, J.C. Helgen, P. Jepson, D. Johnson, M. Lannoo, D. Lee, J. Lary, R. Levey, J. Magner, C. Meteyer, M.D. Shelby, and G. Lucier. Strategies for assessing the implications of malformed frogs for environmental health. Environmental Health Perspectives 108:83–90.
Lannoo, M.J., and J.T. Eastman. Nervous and sensory system correlates
of an epibenthic evolutionary radiation in Antarctic notothenioid fishes, genus Trematomus (Perciformes; Nototheniidae). Journal of Morphology 245:67–79.
Lannoo, M.J. Conclusions drawn from the malformity and disease session, Midwest Declining Amphibian Conference, 1998. Pp. 212–216. In: Kaiser, H., G.S. Casper, and N. Bernstein (Eds.), Investigating Amphibian Declines: Proceedings of the 1998 Midwest Declining Amphibians Conference. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science, Des Moines, IA.
Knutson, M.G., J.R. Sauer, D.A. Olsen, M.J. Mossman, L.M. Hemesath, and M.J. Lannoo. Landscape associations of frog and toad species in Iowa and Wisconsin, U.S.A. Pp. 134–145. In: Kaiser, H., G.S. Casper, and N. Bernstein (Eds.), Investigating Amphibian Declines: Proceedings of the 1998 Midwest Declining Amphibians Conference. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science, Des Moines, IA.
Albert, J.S., M.J. Lannoo, and T. Yuri. Testing hypotheses of neural evolution in gymnotiform electric fishes using phylogenetic character data. Evolution 52:1760–1780.
Larson, D.L., N. Euliss, M.J. Lannoo, and D.M. Mushet. Amphibians
of the northern grasslands. Pp. 450–453, In: Status and Trends of the Nation's Biological Resources. USGS, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, DC.
Lannoo, M.J. Integration: nervous and sensory systems. Pp. 149–169. In: McDiarmid, R. and R. Altig (Eds.), Tadpoles: The Biology of Anuran Larvae, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
Knutson, M.G., J.R. Sauer, D.A. Olsen, M.J. Mossman, L.M. Hemesath, and M.J. Lannoo. Effects of landscape composition and wetland fragmentation on frog and toad abundance and species richness in Iowa and Wisconsin, U.S.A. Conservation Biology 13:1437–1446.
Nanjappa, P., L. Brand, and M.J. Lannoo. Swimming patterns associated with foraging in phylogenetically and ecologically diverse American weakly electric teleosts (Gymnotiformes). Environmental Biology of Fishes 58:97-104.
Lannoo, M.J. Amphibian conservation and wetland management in the Upper Midwest: A catch 22 for the cricket frog? Pp. 330–339. In: Lannoo, M.J. (Ed.), The Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa.
Lannoo, M.J., A. Holman, G. Casper, and E. Johnson. Mummification following winterkill of adult green frogs (Ranidae: Rana clamitans). Herpetological Review 29:82–84.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Morphology of the brain and sense organs in the snailfish Paraliparis devriesi: Neural convergence and sensory compensation on the Antarctic shelf. Journal of Morphology 237:213–236.
Larson, K., W. Duffy, E. Johnson and M.J. Lannoo. "Paedocannibal" morph barred tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium) from east central South Dakota with comments on the origin of cannibal morph eastern tiger salamanders (A. t. tigrinum) from northwest Iowa. American Midland Naturalist 141:124–139.
Lannoo, M.J. and R. Hawkes. A search for primitive Purkinje cells: zebrin II expression in sea lampreys (Petromyzon marinus). Neuroscience Letters 237:53–55.
Lannoo, M.J. A fish fry: the role of exotic species and aquacultural practices in producing amphibian declines in the Upper Midwest. Pp. 27–29 In: Moriarty, J.J. and D. Jones (Eds.) Minnesota's Amphibians and Reptiles: Their Conservation and Status. Special Publication of the Minnesota Herpetological Society, Serpent's Tale Press, Lanesboro, Minnesota.
Means, S.M. and M.J. Lannoo. Patterns and processes of brain diversification within esociform teleosts. Journal of Morphology 229:23–57.
Lannoo, M.J. and S. J. Lannoo. The development of the electrosensory lateral line lobe in the channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, with reference to the onset of swimming and feeding behaviors. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 28:45-53.
Eastman, J.T. and M.J. Lannoo. Diversification of brain morphology in Antarctic notothenioid fishes: basic descriptions and ecological considerations. Journal of Morphology 223:47–83.
Lannoo, M.J. and J.T. Eastman. Periventricular morphology in the diencephalon of Antarctic notothenioid teleosts. Journal of Comparative Neurology 361:95–107.
Hoggatt, A.M. and M.J. Lannoo. Mab anti-type I and anti-zebrin II labelling in siluriform fishes: the role of shared lineage versus shared function in polypeptide co-distributions. Brain Research 665:181–191.
Werner, R.G. and M.J. Lannoo. Development of the olfactory system of the white sucker Catostomus commersoni in relation to imprinting and homing: a comparison to the salmonid model. Environmental Biology of Fishes 40:125–140.
Lannoo, M.J., K. Lang, T. Waltz, and G.S. Phillips. An altered amphibian assemblage: Dickinson County, Iowa, 70 years after Frank Blanchard's survey. American Midland Naturalist 131:311–319.
Lannoo, M.J. and S.J. Lannoo. Why do electric fish swim backwards? An hypothesis based on foraging behavior interpreted through sensory constraints. Environmental Biology of Fishes 36:157–165.
Lannoo, M.J., L. Maler, and R. Hawkes. Collateral sprouting in the electrosensory lateral line lobe of weakly electric teleosts (Gymnotiformes) following ricin ablation. Journal of Comparative Neurology 333:246–256.
Lannoo, M.J., L. Maler and R. Hawkes. Zebrin II distinguishes the ampullary organ receptive map from the tuberous organ receptive maps during development in the teleost electrosensory lateral line lobe. Brain Research 586:176–180.
Lannoo, M.J., G. Brochu, L. Maler and R. Hawkes. Zebrin II immunoreactivity in the rat and in the weakly electric fish reveals three modes of Purkinje cell development. Journal of Comparative Neurology 310:215–233.
Lannoo, M.J., L. Ross, L. Maler and R. Hawkes. Development of the cerebellum and its extracerebellar projection in teleost fishes as determined by zebrin II immunocytochemistry. Progress in Neurobiology 37:329–363.
Lannoo, M.J. and L. Maler. Interspecific variation in the projection of primary afferents into the electrosensory lateral line lobe of weakly-electric teleosts: different solutions to the same mapping problem. Journal of Comparative Neurology 294:153–160.
Lannoo, M.J., H. Vischer and L. Maler. The development of the electrosensory nervous system of Eigenmannia (Gymnotiformes): II. The ELL, cerebellum and aspects of the midbrain torus and tectum. Journal of Comparative Neurology 294:37–58.
Smith, S.C., M.J. Lannoo and J.B. Armstrong. Development of the mechanoreceptive lateral-line system in the axolotl: placode specification, guidance of migration, and the origin of neuromast polarity. Anatomy and Embryology 182:171–180.
Lannoo, M.J., M.P. Sweet, N.M. Ladehoff, E.S. Fangman and W.B. Collins. Time to metamorphosis as a function of larval size in a population of Ambystoma tigrinum salamanders consisting of cannibal and typical morph phenotypes. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science 97:121–126.
Lannoo, M.J., L. Maler and B. Tinner. The central nervous system - peripheral nervous system interface: ganglion cell arrangement and afferent fasciculation in the anterior lateral line nerve ganglion of the weakly electric fish Apteronotus leptorhynchus (Gymnotiformes). Journal of Comparative Neurology 280:331–342.
Lannoo, M.J., L. Maler and H. Zakon. Receptor position, not nerve branch, determines electroreceptor somatotopy in the gymnotiform fish (Apteronotus leptorhynchus). Neuroscience Letters 97:11–17.
Lannoo, M.J. and S. Smith. Development of the amphibian lateral line system. In: The Developmental Biology of the Axolotl, J. Armstrong and G. Malacinski Ed., Chapter 17, 176–186.
Lannoo, M.J., L. Lowcock, and J. Bogart. Sibling cannibalism in non-cannibal morph Ambystoma tigrinum larvae results in high growth rates and early metamorphosis. Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:1911–1914.
Vischer, H., Lannoo, M.J. and W. Heiligenberg. The development of the electrosensory nervous system in Eigenmannia (Gymnotiformes): I. The peripheral nervous system. Journal of Comparative Neurology 290:16–41.
Lannoo, M.J. The evolution of the amphibian lateral line system and its bearing on amphibian phylogeny. Zeit Für Zool. System. Evolution-Forschung 26:128–134.
Smith, S., M.J. Lannoo and J. Armstrong. Lateral line development in Ambystoma mexicanum and a comparison with Rana pipiens. Journal of Morphology 198:367–379.
Lannoo, M.J. Neuromast topography in anuran amphibians. Journal of Morphology 191:115–129.
Lannoo, M.J. Neuromast topography in urodele amphibians. Journal of Morphology 191:247–263.
Lannoo, M.J., D.S. Townsend and R.J. Wassersug. Larval life in the leaves: arboreal tadpole types, with special attention to the morphology, ecology, and behavior of the oophagous Osteopilus brunneus (Hylidae) larva. Fieldiana (Zoology) Series 38:1–3l.
Lannoo, M.J. Vision is not necessary for size-selective zooplanktivory in aquatic salamanders. Canadian Journal of Zoology 44:1071–1078.
Lannoo, M.J. Neuromast topography in Ambystoma larvae. Copeia 1985:535–539.
Lannoo, M.J. and R.V. Bovbjerg. Distribution, dispersion, and behavioral ecology of the land snail Oxyloma retusa. (Succineidae). Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science 92:67–69.
Hoff, K., M.J. Lannoo and R.J. Wassersug. Kinematics of midwater prey capture in Ambystoma (Amphibia; Caudata) larvae. Copeia 1985:247–251.
Lannoo, M.J. and M.D. Bachmann. On flotation and air breathing in Ambystoma tigrinum larvae: stimuli for and the relationship between these behaviors. Canadian Journal of Zoology 62:15–18.
Lannoo, M.J. and M.D. Bachmann. Aspects of cannibalistic morphs in a population of Ambystoma t. tigrinum larvae. American Midland Naturalist 112:103–109.
PUBLISHED REVIEWS, ETC:
2013 Lannoo, M.J. Peril in the Ponds: Deformed Frogs, Politics, and a Biologist's Quest. Herpetological Review 44:173-174.
2008 Lannoo, M.J. The Ecology and Behavior of Amphibians, by Kentwood D. Wells
2008 Lannoo, M.J. Afterward. In Urban Herpetology. Joseph C. Mitchell and Robin E. Jung Brown (Eds.). Herpetological Conservation Number 3. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptile, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 579–580.
2002 Lannoo, M.J. Amphibians & Reptiles of Indiana, Second edition, by Sherman A. Minton, Jr. Copeia 2002:879–881.
1997 Lannoo, M.J. Geographic Distributions of the Amphibians and Reptiles of Wisconsin, by G.S. Casper. Copeia 1997:240.
1995 Lannoo, M.J. Minnesota's Amphibians and Reptiles, by B. Oldfield and J.J. Moriarty. The Prairie Naturalist 27:182–183.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS (RECENT):
2011 Lannoo, M.J. No Retreat, Baby, No Surrender. Herpetological Review 42:142-145.
2010 Lovich, R.E., C. Petersen, M. Lannoo, P. Nanjappa, and E, Garcia. DoD Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Strategic Plan. Natural Selections 6:1, 6, 7.
2010 Petersen, C., R.E. Lovich, M. Lannoo, P. Nanjappa, and E. Garcia. DoD amphibian disease survey: Do frogs still get their kicks on Route 66? Natural Selections 6: 11–14.