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AMPHIBIAN CONSERVATION:

Lannoo, M.J. 2012. A perspective on amphibian conservation in the United States. Alytes. 29:133-144. [PDF]

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. [PDF]

Lannoo, M.J. “No retreat, baby, no surrender.” [PDF]

Gallant et al 2007 - Global Rates of Habitat Loss and Implications for Amphibian Conservation. [PDF]

Mendelson III et al 2006 - Confronting Amphibian Declines and Extinctions. [PDF]

Lannoo et al 2005 - Freshwater Resources and Associated Terrestrial Landscapes. [PDF]

Lannoo, Sutherland, Jones, Rosenberry, Klaver, Hoppe, Johnson, Lunde, Facemire & Kapfer 2003 - Multiple Causes for the Malformed Frog Phenomenon [PDF]

Lannoo 1999 - Integration - Nervous and Sensory Systems [PDF]

Lannoo 1998 - Amphibian Conservation and Wetland Management in the Upper Midwest: A Catch-22 for the Cricket Frog? [PDF]

Lannoo, Lang, Waltz & Phillips 1994 - An Altered Amphibian Assemblage: Dickinson County, Iowa, 70 Years after Frank Blanchard's Survey [PDF]

 

AMPHIBIAN STUDIES:

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. [PDF]

Long, Prepas & Lannoo 2010 - Assessment of Intracoelomic Implantation and Waistband Harness Radiotransmitter Attachment on Wood Frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus) and Boreal Toads (Anaxyrus boreas boreas) [PDF]

Lannoo 2009 - Amphibian Malformations [PDF]

Knutson, Sauer, Olsen, Mossman, Hemesath, & Lannoo 1999 - Effects of Landscape Composition and Wetland Fragmentation on Frog and Toad Abundance and Species Richness in Iowa and Wisconsin, U.S.A. [PDF]

Smith, Lannoo & Armstrong 1990 - Development of the mechanoreceptive lateral-line system in the axolotl: placode specification, guidance of migration, and the origin of neuromast polarity [PDF]

Lannoo & Smith 1989 - The Lateral Line System [PDF]

Lannoo 1988 - The evolution of the amphibian lateral line system and its bearing on amphibian phylogeny [PDF]

Lannoo, Townsend & Wassersug 1987 - Larval Life in the Leaves: Arboreal Tadpole Types, with Special Attention to the Morphology, Ecology, and Behavior of the Oophagous Osteopilus brunneus (Hylidae) Larva [PDF]

Lannoo 1986 - Vision is not necessary for size-selective zooplanktivory in aquatic salamanders [PDF]

Hoff, Lannoo & Wassersug 1985 - Kinematics of Midwater Prey Capture by Ambystoma (Caudata: Ambystomatidae) Larvae [PDF]

Lannoo & Bachmann 1984 - On flotation and air breathing in Ambystoma tigrinum larvae: stimuli for and the relationship between these behaviors [PDF]

 

ANTARCTIC FISHES:

Eastman & Lannoo 2011 - Divergence of Brain and Retinal Anatomy and Histology in Pelagic Antarctic Notothenioid Fishes of the Sister Taxa Dissostichus and Pleuragramma [PDF]

Lannoo, Eastman & Orr 2009 - Nervous and Sensory Systems in Sub-Arctic and Antarctic Snailfishes of the Genus Paraliparis (Teleostei: Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae) [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 2008 - 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) [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 2007 - Brain and Sense Organ Anatomy and Histology of Two Species of Phyletically Basal Non-Antarctic Thornfishes of the Antarctic Suborder Notothenioidei (Perciformes: Bovichtidae) [PDF]

Lannoo & Eastman 2006 - Brain and Sensory Organ Morphology in Antarctic Eelpouts (Perciformes: Zoarcidae: Lycodinae) [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 2004 - Brain and Sense Organ Anatomy and Histology in Hemoglobinless Antarctic Icefishes (Perciformes: Notothenioidei: Channichthyidae) [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 2003 - 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 [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 2003 - Diversification of Brain and Sense Organ Morphology in Antarctic Dragonfishes (Perciformes: Notothenioidei: Bathydraconidae) [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 2001 - Anatomy and Histology of the Brain and Sense Organs of the Antarctic Eel Cod Muraenolepis microps (Gadiformes; Muraenolepididae) [PDF]

Lannoo & Eastman 2000 - Nervous and Sensory System Correlates of an Epibenthic Evolutionary Radiation in Antarctic Notothenioid Fishes, Genus Trematomus (Perciformes; Nototheniidae) [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 1998 - Morphology of the Brain and Sense Organs in the Snailfish Paraliparis devriesi: Neural Convergence and Sensory Compensation on the Antarctic Shelf [PDF]

Eastman & Lannoo 1995 - Diversification of Brain Morphology in Antarctic Notothenioid Fishes: Basic Descriptions and Ecological Considerations [PDF]

Lannoo & Eastman 1995 - Periventricular Morphology in the Diencephalon of Antarctic Notothenioid Teleosts [PDF]

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

Review - Peril in the Ponds: Deformed Frogs, Politics, and a Biologist's Quest [PDF]

Review - Amphibians and Reptiles Native to Minnesota [PDF]

Review - Amphibians and Reptiles of Indiana [PDF]

Review - Geographic Distributions of the Amphibians and Reptiles of Wisconsin [PDF]

 

CRAWFISH FROGS:

Williams, P.J., N.J. Engbrecht, J.R. Robb, V.C.K. Terrell, and M.J. Lannoo. 2013. Surveying a threatened amphibian species through a narrow detection window. Copeia, 2013:553-562. [PDF]

Engbrecht, N.J., P.J. Williams, J.R. Robb, D.R. Karns, M.J. Lodato, T.A. Gerardot, and M.J. Lannoo. 2013. 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. [PDF]

Heemeyer, J.L. and M.J. Lannoo. 2012. Breeding migrations in Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus): Long-distance movements, burrow philopatry, and mortality in a near-threatened species. Copeia 2012:440-450. [PDF]

Engbrecht, N.J., M.J. Lannoo. 2012. Crawfish Frog behavioral differences in postburned and vegetated grasslands. Fire Ecology 8:63-76. [PDF]

Engbrecht, N.J., J.L. Heemeyer, V.C. Kinney, and M.J. Lannoo. 2012. Lithobates areolatus (Crawfish Frogs). Thwarted predation. Herpetological Review 43:323-324. [PDF]

Heemeyer, J.L., P.J. Williams, and M.J. Lannoo. 2012. Obligate crayfish burrow use and core habitat requirements of Crawfish Frogs. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1081:1091. [PDF]

Nunziata, S.O., M.J. Lannoo, J.R. Robb, D.R. Karns, S.L. Lance, and S.C. Richter. 2012. Population and conservation genetics of Crawfish Frogs, Lithobates areolatus, at their Northeastern range limit. Journal of Herpetology. [PDF]

Kinney, Heemeyer, Pessier, and Lannoo 2011 - Seasonal Pattern of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Infection and Mortality in Lithobates areolatus: Affirmation of Vredenburg's "10,000 Zoospore Rule" [PDF]

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. [PDF]

Heemeyer, J.L. and M.J. Lannoo. Lithobates areolatus circulosus (Northern Crawfish Frog): Winterkill. Herpetological Review. 42:261-262. [PDF]

Engbrecht & Lannoo 2010 - A Review of the Status and Distribution of Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates Areolatus) in Indiana [PDF]

Heemeyer & Lannoo 2010 - A New Technique for Capturing Burrow-Dwelling Anurans [PDF]

Heemeyer et al 2010 - The Biology of Crawfish Frogs (Lithobates areolatus) Prevents the Full Use of Telemetry and Drift Fence Techniques [PDF]

Kinney, Engbrecht, Heemeyer & Lannoo 2010 - New County Records for Amphibians and Reptiles in Southwest Indiana [PDF]

Kinney & Lannoo 2010 - Lithobates areolatus circulosus (Northern Crawfish Frog) Breeding [PDF]

Engbrecht, Crawford & Lannoo 2009 - Lithobates (=Rana) blairi (Plains Leopard Frog) [PDF]

 

CANNIBAL MORPH:

Lannoo, Sweet, Ladehoff, Fangman & Collins 1990 - Time to Metamorphosis as a Function of Larval Size in a Population of Ambystoma tigrinum Salamanders Consisting of Cannibal and Typical Morph Phenotypes [PDF]

Lannoo, Lowcock & Bogart 1989 - Sibling cannibalism in noncannibal morph Ambystoma tigrinum larvae and its correlation with high growth rates and early metamorphosis [PDF]

Lannoo 1985 - Neuromast Topography in Ambystoma Larvae [PDF]

Lannoo & Bachmann 1984 - Aspects of Cannibalistic Morphs in a Population of Ambystoma t. tigrinum Larvae [PDF]

 

ELECTRIC FISHES:

Nanjappa, Brand & Lannoo 2000 - Swimming patterns associated with foraging in phylogenetically and ecologically diverse American weakly electric teleosts (Gymnotiformes) [PDF]

Albert, Lannoo & Yuri 1998 - Testing Hypotheses of Neural Evolution in Gymnotiform Electric Fishes Using Phylogenetic Character Data [PDF]

Lannoo and Hawkes 1997 - A search for primitive Purkinje cells: zebrin II expression in sea lampreys (Petromyzon marinus) [PDF]

Lannoo & Lannoo 1993 - Why do electric fishes swim backwards? A hypothesis based on gymnotiform foraging behavior interpreted through sensory constraints [PDF]

Lannoo, Mahler & Hawkes 1993 - Collateral Sprouting in the Electrosensory Lateral Line Lobe of Weakly Electric Teleosts (Gymnotiformes) Following Ricin Ablation [PDF]

Lannoo, Maler & Hawkes 1992 - Zebrin II distinguishes the ampullary organ receptive map from the tuberous organ receptive maps during development in the teleost electrosensory lateral line lobe [PDF]

Lannoo, Brochu, Maler & Hawkes 1991 - Zebrin II Immunoreactivity in the Rat and in the Weakly Electric Teleost Eigenmannia (Gymnotiformes) Reveals Three Modes of Purkinje Cell Development [PDF]

Lannoo & Maler 1990 - Interspecific Variation in the Projection of Primary Afferents Onto the Electrosensory Lateral Line Lobe of Weakly Electric Teleosts: Different Solutions to the Same Mapping Problem [PDF]

Lannoo, Vischer & Maler 1990 - Development of the Electrosensory Nervous System of Eigenmannia (Gymnotiformes): II. The Electrosensory Lateral Line Lobe, Midbrain, and Cerebellum [PDF]

Lannoo, Maler & Tinner 1989 - Ganglion Cell Arrangement and Axonal Trajectories in the Anterior Lateral Line Nerve of the Weakly Electric Fish Apteronotus leptorhynchus (Gymnotiformes) [PDF]

Lannoo, Maler & Zakon 1989 - Receptor position, not nerve branch, determines electroreceptor somatotopy in the gymnotiform fish (Apteronotus leptorhynchus) [PDF]

Vischer, Lannoo & Heiligenberg 1989 - Development of the Electrosensory Nervous System in Eigenmannia (Gymnotiformes): I. The Peripheral Nervous System [PDF]

 

GENERAL BIOLOGY:

Lannoo 1990 - Richard Bovbjerg and The Iowa Lakeside Laboratory [PDF]

Lannoo & Bovbjerg 1985 - Distribution, Dispersion, and Behavioral Ecology of the Land Snail Oxyloma retusa (Succineidae) [PDF]

 

GENERAL NEUROBIOLOGY:

Lannoo 1987 - Neuromast topography in anuran amphibians [PDF]

Lannoo 1987 - Neuromast topography in urodele amphibians [PDF]

Lannoo & Lannoo 1996 - Development of the electrosensory lateral line lobe in the channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, with reference to the onset of swimming and feeding behaviors [PDF]

Means & Lannoo 1996 - Patterns and processes of brain diversification within esociform teleosts [PDF]

Hoggatt & Lannoo 1994 - Monoclonal antibody anti-type I and anti-zebrin II labelling in siluriform fishes: the role of shared lineage versus shared function in polypeptide co-distributions [PDF]

Werner & Lannoo 1994 - Development of the olfactory system of the white sucker, Catostomus commersoni, in relation to imprinting and homing: a comparison to the salmonid model [PDF]

Lannoo, Ross, Maler & Hawkes 1991 - Development of the cerebellum and its extracerebellar purkinje cell projection in teleost fishes as determined by zebrin II immunocytochemistry [PDF]

 

Malformed Frogs

Reeves, M., K. Medley, A. Pinkney, M. Holyoak, P. Johnson, and M. Lannoo. Localized hotspots drive continental geography of abnormal amphibians on U.S. Wildlife Refuges. PLoS One 8:e77467. [PDF]