Duncan J. Irschick

Affiliations: 
Organismic & Evolutionary Biology University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Area:
Ecology, Zoology
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Moyer JK, Finucci B, Riccio ML, et al. (2020) Dental morphology and microstructure of the Prickly Dogfish Oxynotus bruniensis (Squaliformes: Oxynotidae). Journal of Anatomy
Moyer JK, Shannon SF, Irschick DJ. (2019) Bite performance and feeding behaviour of the sand tiger shark Carcharias taurus. Journal of Fish Biology
Baeckens S, Wainwright DK, Weaver JC, et al. (2019) Ontogenetic scaling patterns of lizard skin surface structure as revealed by gel-based stereo-profilometry. Journal of Anatomy
Lowie A, Gillet E, Vanhooydonck B, et al. (2019) Do the relationships between hind limb anatomy and sprint speed variation differ between sexes in lizards? The Journal of Experimental Biology
Fu AL, Hammerschlag N, Lauder GV, et al. (2016) Ontogeny of head and caudal fin shape of an apex marine predator: The tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Journal of Morphology
Labonte D, Clemente CJ, Dittrich A, et al. (2016) Extreme positive allometry of animal adhesive pads and the size limits of adhesion-based climbing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Grabar RD, Gilman CA, Irschick DJ. (2016) Effects of Surface Diameter on Jumping Kinematics and Performance in Two Arboreal Gecko Species (Correlophus ciliatus and Rhacodactylus auriculatus) Herpetologica. 72: 32-39
Gilman CA, Imburgia MJ, Bartlett MD, et al. (2015) Geckos as Springs: Mechanics Explain Across-Species Scaling of Adhesion. Plos One. 10: e0134604
Gallagher AJ, Hammerschlag N, Cooke SJ, et al. (2015) One size does not always fit all: a reply to Stroud and Feeley. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 30: 297-8
Gallagher AJ, Hammerschlag N, Cooke SJ, et al. (2015) Evolutionary theory as a tool for predicting extinction risk. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 30: 61-5
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