Donald Beardsley Shepard

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Possui graduação em Biology pela University of Illinois(1997), mestrado em Graduate Program in Biological Sciences pela Illinois State University(2000), doutorado em Graduate Program in Zoology - University of Oklahoma pela University of Oklahoma(2008) e pós-doutorado pelo Colorado State University(2010). Atualmente é Member of Editorial Board da Herpetological Conservation and Biology, Scientific Journal Referee da Copeia, Scientific Journal Referee da Journal of Herpetology, Scientific Journal Referee da Herpetologica (Austin), Scientific Journal Referee da Herpetological Journal, Scientific Journal Referee da Austral Ecology, Scientific Journal Referee da Oecologia, Scientific Journal Referee da Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Scientific Journal Referee da Journal of Applied Ecology, Scientific Journal Referee da Herpetological Review, Scientific Journal Referee da Herpetological Conservation and Biology, Scientific Journal Referee da Alytes-International Journal of Batrachology, Scientific Journal Referee da Acta Ethologica, Scientific Journal Referee da Western North American Naturalist, Affiliate Assistant Professor da University of Oklahoma, Scientific Journal Referee da Ecography (Copenhagen), Scientific Journal Referee da Molecular Ecology (Print), Scientific Journal Referee da Systematic Biology (Philadelphia. Print), Scientific Journal Referee da Functional Ecology (Print), Scientific Journal Referee da Animal Conservation (Print), Scientific Journal Referee da Plos One, Scientific Journal Referee da Endangered Species Research, Scientific Journal Referee da Central European Journal of Biology, Scientific Journal Referee da Acta Oecologica (Montrouge), Scientific Journal Referee da South American Journal of Herpetology (Impresso), Scientific Journal Referee da Turkish Journal of Zoology e Postdoctoral Research Associate da University of Minnesota. Tem experiência na área de Zoologia, com ênfase em Evolutionary Ecology. Atuando principalmente nos seguintes temas:evolution, phylogeography, herpetology, molecular ecology, systematics. (Texto gerado automaticamente pela aplicação CVLattes)


Identificação


Nome
Donald Beardsley Shepard
Nome em citações bibliográficas
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.

Endereço


Endereço Profissional
University of Minnesota, Bell Museum of Natural History.
1987 Upper Buford Circle, 100 Ecology
55108 - Saint Paul, - Estados Unidos


Formação acadêmica/titulação


2002 - 2008
Doutorado em Graduate Program in Zoology - University of Oklahoma.
University of Oklahoma, U.O., Estados Unidos.
Título: Phylogeography and Diversification of the Ouachita Mountain Endemic Salamanders of the Plethodon ouachitae complex, Ano de obtenção: 2008.
Orientador: Janalee P. Caldwell.
Palavras-chave: evolution; phylogeography; herpetology; molecular ecology; systematics.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia.
1997 - 2000
Mestrado em Graduate Program in Biological Sciences.
Illinois State University, E.S.U........, Estados Unidos.
Título: Aggressive Behavior and Potential of Territoriality in the Green Frog Rana clamitans,Ano de Obtenção: 2000.
Orientador: Lauren E. Brown.
Palavras-chave: herpetology; behavior.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia / Subárea: Comportamento Animal.
1993 - 1997
Graduação em Biology.
University of Illinois, U.I., Estados Unidos.


Pós-doutorado


2010
Pós-Doutorado.
University of Minnesota, UM, Estados Unidos.
2009
Pós-Doutorado.
City University of New York, C.U.NY., Estados Unidos.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia.
2009 - 2010
Pós-Doutorado.
Colorado State University, CSU, Estados Unidos.


Atuação Profissional



University of Minnesota, UM, Estados Unidos.
Vínculo institucional

2010 - Atual
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.


Colorado State University, CSU, Estados Unidos.
Vínculo institucional

2009 - 2010
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.


City University of New York, C.U.NY., Estados Unidos.
Vínculo institucional

2009 - 2009
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Adjunct Lecturer, Carga horária: 10
Outras informações
Designed and presented lectures for the courses Animal Behavior and Evolution as well as wrote, administered, and graded all course exams and assignments. Also, designed and supervised labs for Vertebrate Zoology.

Vínculo institucional

2009 - 2009
Vínculo: Colaborator, Enquadramento Funcional: Postdoctoral Researcher
Outras informações
Conduct phylogeographic studies on salamanders of the genus Plethodon in the Interior Highlands (Ozark & Ouachita Mountains) of the U.S. to determine species diversity, boundaries, and factors driving diversification.

Atividades

01/2009 - Atual
Ensino, Biology, Nível: Graduação

Disciplinas ministradas
Vertebrate Zoology
Evolution
Animal Behavior

University of Oklahoma, U.O., Estados Unidos.
Vínculo institucional

2009 - Atual
Vínculo: Affiliation, Enquadramento Funcional: Affiliate Assistant Professor

Vínculo institucional

2008 - 2008
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Teaching Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
Teaching Assistant in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oklahoma. Supervise labs for Ecology.

Vínculo institucional

2006 - 2008
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
Conduct field surveys and make collections of amphibians and reptiles on various State Wildlife Management Areas in Oklahoma, USA.

Vínculo institucional

2004 - 2008
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
As part of the U.S. National Science Foundation-funded project Survey and Inventory of the Brazilian Cerrado Herpetofauna , I assisted with field surveys and making collections of amphibians and reptiles throughout the Cerrado region of Brazil. Additionally, I conducted and assisted with research on the behavior and ecology of Cerrado amphibians and reptiles.

Vínculo institucional

2005 - 2005
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Teaching Assistant, Carga horária: 10
Outras informações
Teaching Assistant in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oklahoma. Supervise labs and field trips for Herpetology.

Vínculo institucional

2005 - 2005
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
Conduct field surveys and make collections of amphibians and reptiles on Bureau of Land Management lands in the Billings, Montana, USA, region.

Vínculo institucional

2003 - 2004
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
Assist with general maintenance of herpetology collection (50,000+ specimens) of the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural HIstory, University of Oklahoma. Collect and catalogue specimens and assist curators on collecting trips to Brazil. Organize, check identifications and update taxonomy of snakes in the collection.

Vínculo institucional

2003 - 2003
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
Conduct field surveys and make collections of amphibians and reptiles on Camp Gruber U.S. Army Training Grounds, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, USA.

Vínculo institucional

2002 - 2003
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Teaching Assistant, Carga horária: 20
Outras informações
Teaching Assistant in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oklahoma. Supervise labs in Introduction to Zoology and Human Anatomy.


Illinois Natural History Survey, INHS, Estados Unidos.
Vínculo institucional

2000 - 2002
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Field Ecologist, Carga horária: 40, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.
Outras informações
Conduct field surveys for the endangered eastern massasauga rattlesnake (Sistrurus catenatus) at Carlyle Lake, Illinois, USA, including tracking snakes using radio-telemetry and collecting life history and ecological data.

Vínculo institucional

1997 - 1997
Vínculo: Formal labor contract, Enquadramento Funcional: Field Assistant, Carga horária: 40
Outras informações
Searching for and monitoring of nests of grassland bird species at the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie (former Joliet Arsenal), Will County, Illinois, USA. Census birds by song using point counts.



Projetos de pesquisa


2010 - 2013
Species delimitation, speciation, and evolution of the niche in slimy salamanders (Plethodontidae: Plethodon)
Descrição: Our goal is to develop a species-level taxonomy for the Plethodon glutinosus group that captures historically isolated lineages that are likely to remain distinct. To identify candidate species, we will harness the power of recently developed coalescent-based approaches that are designed to diagnose species lineages in the presence of incomplete sorting of gene lineages. Once all lineages have been delimited, we will construct spatial models of their fundamental niches using a mechanistic model that is parameterized by gathering data on their ecophysiology. The spatial distribution of suitable habitats defined by the fundamental niche will then be used to assess the mechanisms that promote the cohesion of lineages. The focus on cohesion mechanisms will provide insights on the role of the ecological niche in speciation a fundamental question in speciation research. Finally, the proposed research will also serve as a general example of how new tools and approaches in phylogenetics, population genetics, and spatial modeling can be integrated to accomplish a fundamental goal of systematics the discovery and description of species..
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.
2006 - 2009
Survey and Inventory of Amphibians and Reptiles of Oklahoma's Wildlife Management Areas
Descrição: In 2006, herpetologists from the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History at the University of Oklahoma began a series of continuing surveys for amphibians and reptiles on the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's wildlife management areas. This project was funded by the State Wildlife Grants program through the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC); federal assistance grant T-35: Survey and Inventory of Amphibians and Reptiles of the Wildlife Management Areas of Oklahoma. The State Wildlife Grants program is a national program that provides federal cost-share funding to state wildlife conservation agencies for the management of rare and declining species. The State Wildlife Grants program is the nation's core program for the proactive conservation of wildlife to prevent the need to need to list these species as threatened or endangered. The mission of the ODWC is the management, protection and enhancement of wildlife resources and habitat for the scientific, educational, recreational, aesthetic and economic benefit to present and future generations of citizens and visitors to Oklahoma. While ODWC's wildlife management areas are used primarily for the management of sport fish and game species to enhance fishing and hunting opportunities, they also serve a wide variety of scientific institutions, museums, nature organizations, and the public at large as a resource for learning and teaching about the natural history of Oklahoma. With these goals in mind, we initiated of a series of herpetofaunal surveys to 1) identify the fauna, 2) assess relative abundance of species, 3) collect tissues and voucher specimens, 4) collect relevant ecological data, and 5) develop a web site available to the world providing digital access to the herpetofauna of the Wildlife Management Areas..
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.
Alunos envolvidos: Graduação: (1) / Mestrado acadêmico: (3) / Doutorado: (2) .
Integrantes: Donald Beardsley Shepard - Coordenador / Gabriel C. Costa - Integrante / Chris A. Wolfe - Integrante / Janalee P. Caldwell - Integrante / Laurie J. Vitt - Integrante / Timothy J. Colston - Integrante / Randy L. Lewis - Integrante / April K. Fink - Integrante / Samuel D. Martin - Integrante.Financiador(es): Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation - Auxílio financeiro.
2004 - 2008
Survey and Inventory of the Brazilian Cerrado Herpetofauna
Descrição: Brazil is one of two megadiversity countries in the world, with much of its diversity occurring in two large ecoregions, the Amazon rainforest (4 million square km in Brazil alone) and the Cerrado (2 million square km). The Cerrado is a tropical grassland that is poorly known, harbors a large number of endemic species, and is being lost to agriculture and pastureland more rapidly than the Amazon rainforest. Biotic surveys are critical because much of the fauna remains unknown and/or undiscovered. The Brazilian Cerrado is more threatened then that of the Amazon rainforest because of rapid and uncontrolled development for agriculture. A number of areas have recently been identified as critically threatened on the basis of a variety of biological, economic, and political bases. What remains of many such areas will be lost before biological surveys are undertaken. We will survey reptiles and amphibians in three critically threatened areas in the Brazilian Cerrado; Jalapao, the Vale do Parana, and the Serra do Cachimbo. The Serra do Cachimbo is of particular interest because it contains Cerrado at upper elevations and Amazon rainforest at lower elevations. Large collections of specimens, tissues, and distributional and ecological data will result. Specimens and their tissues will be properly prepared, labeled, and deposited in existing well-supported research collections in the United States and Brazil. Associated geographic and ecological data will be computerized, analyzed, and used to produce scientific publications, keys, and books. The PI's, their students, and Brazilian collaborators will describe new taxa and use distributional and ecological data in ongoing research on phylogeography and phyloecology..
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.
Alunos envolvidos: Mestrado acadêmico: (1) Doutorado: (6) .
Integrantes: Donald Beardsley Shepard - Coordenador / Gabriel C. Costa - Integrante / Janalee P. Caldwell - Integrante / Laurie J. Vitt - Integrante / Guarino R. Colli - Integrante / Daniel O. Mesquita - Integrante / Gustavo H.C. Vieira - Integrante / Frederico G.R. França - Integrante / Adrian A. Garda - Integrante / Mariana M. Vasconcellos - Integrante.Financiador(es): National Science Foundation - Auxílio financeiro.
2004 - Atual
Reassessment of species boundaries in the endemic Arkansas salamanders of the Plethodon ouachitae complex
Descrição: Salamanders of the Plethodon ouachitae complex are endemic to the Ouachita Mountains of west-central Arkansas and southeast Oklahoma, USA, where they are largely restricted to high-elevation, mesic forest. Because environmental conditions in the intervening valleys are warmer and drier, the salamanders appear to be isolated on "sky islands" where gene flow among populations on different mountains may be restricted. Previous work using allozymes found significant genetic variation among populations on different mountains, and it would not be surprising if the number of distinct taxa within this complex is considerably higher than the three currently recognized species (P. caddoensis, P. fourchensis, and P. ouachitae). We are sampling the region more intensively and using DNA sequence data to analyze patterns of genetic diversity and assess species boundaries. This work will not only tell us more about species diversity in the region, which is important for conservation, but it will provide information about the processes involved in lineage diversification and ultimately the origin of new species..
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.
Alunos envolvidos: Doutorado: (1) .
Integrantes: Donald Beardsley Shepard - Coordenador / Frank T. Burbrink - Integrante / Kelly J. Irwin - Integrante.Financiador(es): Arkansas Game and Fish Commission - Auxílio financeiro.
1999 - Atual
Ecology and Conservation of the Eastern Massasauga at Carlyle Lake, Illinois
Descrição: This project is a long-term study on all aspects of the life history, ecology, and conservation of the eastern massasauga at Carlyle Lake, Illinois, USA. Areas of research include spatial ecology, habitat use and preference, population ecology, thermal ecology, the effects of roads, foraging ecology, population genetics, reproductive ecology, etc..
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.
Alunos envolvidos: Mestrado acadêmico: (2) Doutorado: (1) .
Integrantes: Donald Beardsley Shepard - Coordenador / Andrew R. Kuhns - Integrante / Michael J. Dreslik - Integrante / Christopher A. Phillips - Integrante / Benjamin C. Jellen - Integrante.Financiador(es): Illinois Department of Natural Resources - Auxílio financeiro / United States Fish and Wildlife Service - Auxílio financeiro.


Membro de corpo editorial


2006 - Atual
Periódico: Herpetological Conservation and Biology


Revisor de periódico


2005 - Atual
Periódico: Copeia

2005 - Atual
Periódico: Journal of Herpetology

2005 - Atual
Periódico: Herpetologica (Austin)

2009 - Atual
Periódico: Herpetological Journal

2008 - Atual
Periódico: Austral Ecology

2007 - Atual
Periódico: Oecologia

2009 - Atual
Periódico: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

2009 - Atual
Periódico: Journal of Applied Ecology

2002 - Atual
Periódico: Herpetological Review

2006 - Atual
Periódico: Herpetological Conservation and Biology

2002 - Atual
Periódico: Alytes-International Journal of Batrachology

2006 - Atual
Periódico: Acta Ethologica

2007 - Atual
Periódico: Western North American Naturalist

2009 - Atual
Periódico: Ecography (Copenhagen)

2009 - Atual
Periódico: Molecular Ecology (Print)

2011 - Atual
Periódico: Systematic Biology (Philadelphia. Print)

2011 - Atual
Periódico: Functional Ecology (Print)

2011 - Atual
Periódico: Animal Conservation (Print)

2011 - Atual
Periódico: Plos One

2010 - Atual
Periódico: Endangered Species Research

2010 - Atual
Periódico: Central European Journal of Biology

2010 - Atual
Periódico: Acta Oecologica (Montrouge)

2010 - Atual
Periódico: South American Journal of Herpetology (Impresso)

2010 - Atual
Periódico: Turkish Journal of Zoology



Áreas de atuação


1.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia / Subárea: Evolutionary Ecology.
2.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia / Subárea: Herpetology.
3.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia / Subárea: Phylogeography.
4.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Ecologia / Subárea: Molecular Ecology.
5.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia / Subárea: Systematics.


Idiomas


Inglês
Compreende Bem, Fala Bem, Lê Bem, Escreve Bem.
Português
Compreende Pouco, Fala Pouco, Lê Razoavelmente, Escreve Razoavelmente.
Espanhol
Compreende Pouco, Fala Pouco, Lê Razoavelmente, Escreve Razoavelmente.


Prêmios e títulos


2007
Blanche Adams Scholarship, Department of Zoology, University of Oklahoma.
2004
George Sutton Scholarship in Ornithology, Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma.
2000
Professional Advancement Award, Graduate Student Senate, University of Oklahoma.
2000
Omar Rilett Scholarship, Department of Biological Sciences, Illinois State University.
2000
Outstanding Oral Presentation Award, Phi-Sigma Biological Sciences Research Symposium, Illinois State University.
1999
Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Department of Biological Sciences, Illinois State University.
1997
Dean's List, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Illinois.


Produções



Produção bibliográfica
Citações

Web of Science
Total de trabalhos:18
Total de citações:123
Fator H:7
shepard db  Data: 02/06/2011

Artigos completos publicados em periódicos

1.
SHEPARD, D. B.2011 SHEPARD, D. B.; Burbrink, F.T. . Local-scale environmental variation generates highly divergent lineages associated with stream drainages in a terrestrial salamander, Plethodon caddoensis. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (Print), v. 59, p. 399-411, 2011.

2.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2009 SHEPARD, D. B.; Burbrink, F.T. . Phylogeographic and demographic effects of Pleistocene climatic fluctuations in a montane salamander, Plethodon fourchensis. Molecular Ecology, v. 18, p. 2243-2262, 2009.

3.
Goldberg, S.R.2009Goldberg, S.R. ; Bursey, C.R. ; Caldwell, J.P. ; SHEPARD, D. B. . Gastrointestinal helminths of six sympatric species of Leptodactylus from Tocantins State, Brazil. Comparative Parasitology, v. 76, p. 258-266, 2009.

4.
Crawford, J.A.2009Crawford, J.A. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Conner, C.A. . Diet composition and overlap between recently metamorphosed Rana areolata and Rana sphenocephala: Implications for a frog of conservation concern. Copeia, v. 2009, p. 642-646, 2009.

5.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2008 SHEPARD, D. B.; Burbrink, F.T. . Lineage diversification and historical demography of a sky island salamander, Plethodon ouachitae, from the Interior Highlands. Molecular Ecology, v. 17, p. 5315-5335, 2008.

6.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2008 SHEPARD, D. B.; Kuhns, A.R. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; Phillips, C.A. . Roads as barriers to movement in fragmented landscapes. Animal Conservation, v. 11, p. 288-296, 2008.

7.
Costa, G.C.2008 Costa, G.C. ; Wolfe, C.A. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Caldwell, J.P. ; Vitt, L.J. . Detecting the influence of climatic variables on species distributions: a test using GIS niche-based models along a steep longitudinal environmental gradient. Journal of Biogeography, v. 35, p. 636-646, 2008.

8.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2008SHEPARD, D. B.; Dreslik, M.J. ; Jellen, B.C. ; Phillips, C.A. . Reptile road mortality around an oasis in the Illinois corn desert with emphasis on the endangered eastern massasauga. Copeia, v. 2008, p. 350-359, 2008.

9.
Brown, L.E.2008Brown, L.E. ; Dubois, A. ; SHEPARD, D. B. . Inefficiency and bias of search engines in retrieving references containing scientific names of fossil amphibians. The Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, v. 28, p. 279-288, 2008.

10.
Vitt, L.J.2008Vitt, L.J. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Vieira, G.H.C. ; Caldwell, J.P. ; Colli, G.R. ; Mesquita, D.O. . Ecology of Anolis nitens brasiliensis in cerrado woodlands of Cantão. Copeia, v. 2008, p. 144-153, 2008.

11.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2007SHEPARD, D. B.. Habitat but not body shape affects predator attack frequency on lizard models in the Brazilian Cerrado. Herpetologica (Austin), v. 63, p. 193-202, 2007.

12.
Vitt, L.J.2007Vitt, L.J. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Caldwell, J.P. ; Vieira, G.H.C. ; França, F.G.R. ; Colli, G.R. . Living with your food: Geckos (Gymnodactylus carvalhoi) in termitaria of Cantão. Journal of Zoology, v. 272, p. 321-328, 2007.

13.
Caldwell, J.P.2007Caldwell, J.P. ; SHEPARD, D. B. . Calling site fidelity and call structure of a Neotropical toad, Rhinella ocellata (Anura: Bufonidae). Journal of Herpetology, v. 41, p. 611-621, 2007.

14.
Jellen, B.C.2007Jellen, B.C. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; Phillips, C.A. . Male movement and body size affect mate acquisition in the Eastern Massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus). Journal of Herpetology, v. 41, p. 451-457, 2007.

15.
Petzing, J.E.2007Petzing, J.E. ; Mui, J.M. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; Kuhns, A.R. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Phillips, C.A. ; Tucker, J.K. ; Warner, J.K. ; Mauger, D. ; Anton, T.G. ; Gittinger, E.J. ; Hunkapiller, T.R. ; Jellen, B.C. ; Cosgriff, R.J. . Filling in the gaps II: New Illinois amphibian and reptile county records from 2000 2005. Herpetological Review, v. 38, p. 240-243, 2007.

16.
Jellen, B.C.2007Jellen, B.C. ; Phillips, C.A. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; SHEPARD, D. B. . Sistrurus catenatus. Reproduction. Herpetological Review, v. 38, p. 343-344, 2007.

17.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2005SHEPARD, D. B.; Caldwell, J.P. . From foam to free-living: Ecology of larval Leptodactylus labyrinthicus. Copeia, v. 2005, p. 803-811, 2005.

18.
Leary, C.J.2005Leary, C.J. ; Fox, D.J. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Garcia, A.M. . Body size, age, growth and alternative mating tactics in toads: satellite males are smaller but not younger than calling males. Animal Behaviour, v. 70, p. 663-671, 2005.

19.
Vitt, L.J.2005Vitt, L.J. ; Caldwell, J.P. ; Colli, G.R. ; Garda, A.A. ; Mesquita, D.O. ; França, F.G.R. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Costa, G.C. ; Vasconcellos, M.M. ; De Novaes e Silva, V. . Uma atualização do guia fotográfico dos répteis e anfíbios da região do Jalapão no Cerrado Brasileiro. Occasional Papers (Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History), v. 2, p. 1-24, 2005.

20.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2005SHEPARD, D. B.. Eumeces fasciatus. Predation. Herpetological Review, v. 36, p. 177, 2005.

21.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2004SHEPARD, D. B.; Phillips, C.A. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; Jellen, B.C. . Prey preference and diet of neonate eastern massasaugas (Sistrurus c. catenatus). American Midl and Naturalist, v. 152, p. 360-368, 2004.

22.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2004SHEPARD, D. B.. Seasonal differences in aggression and site tenacity in male green frogs, Rana clamitans. Copeia, v. 2004, p. 159-164, 2004.

23.
Richter, S.C.2004Richter, S.C. ; SHEPARD, D. B. . Rana areolata. Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review, v. 35, p. 283, 2004.

24.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2003SHEPARD, D. B.; Dreslik, M.J. ; Phillips, C.A. ; Jellen, B.C. . Sistrurus catenatus catenatus. Male-male aggression. Herpetological Review, v. 34, p. 155-156, 2003.

25.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2002SHEPARD, D. B.. Spatial relationships of male green frogs (Rana clamitans) throughout the activity season. American Midl and Naturalist, v. 148, p. 394-400, 2002.

26.
Petzing, J.E.2002Petzing, J.E. ; Mui, J.M. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; Phillips, C.A. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Crawford, J.A. ; Kuhns, A.R. ; Mayer, M.J. ; Anton, T.G. ; Moll, E.O. ; Palis, J.G. ; Mauger, D. . Filling in the gaps I: New county records for amphibians and reptiles in Illinois. Herpetological Review, v. 33, p. 327-330, 2002.

27.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2000SHEPARD, D. B.; Kuhns, A.R. . Pseudacris triseriata. Calling sites after drought. Herpetological Review, v. 31, p. 235-236, 2000.

28.
Petzing, J.E.2000Petzing, J.E. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; Phillips, C.A. ; Smith, C.D. ; Kuhns, A.R. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Palis, J.G. ; Moll, E.O. ; Olson, D.J. ; Anton, T.G. ; Mauger, D. ; Kingsbury, B.A. . New amphibian and reptile county records in Illinois. Herpetological Review, v. 31, p. 189-194, 2000.

29.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Shepard, Donald B.; Shepard, D. B.2000SHEPARD, D. B.; Burdett, H.M. . Pseudacris clarkii. Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review, v. 31, p. 50, 2000.

Capítulos de livros publicados
1.
Aldridge, R.D. ; Jellen, B.C. ; Allender, M.C. ; Dreslik, M.J. ; SHEPARD, D. B. ; Cox, J.M. ; Phillips, C.A. . Reproductive biology of the massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) from south-central Illinois. In: W.K. Hayes, K.R. Beaman, M.D. Cardwell, and S.P. Bush. (Org.). The Biology of Rattlesnakes. Loma LInda, CA: Loma Linda University Press, 2008, v. , p. 403-412.

2.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Brown, L.E. . Bufo houstonensis Houston toad. In: M. Lannoo. (Org.). Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of United States Species. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005, v. , p. 415-417.

3.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Brown, L.E. ; Butterfield, B.P. . Pseudacris streckeri Strecker s Chorus Frog. In: M. Lannoo. (Org.). Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of United States Species. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2005, v. , p. 484-485.

Apresentações de Trabalho
1.
SHEPARD, D. B.; K. Hall ; T.A. Castoe ; D. Pollock ; R.L. Mueller . Repeat element dynamics in the giant genomes of plethodontid salamanders. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

2.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Burbrink, F.T. . Lineage diversification and historical demography in a sky island salamander. 2008. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

3.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Burbrink, F.T. ; Irwin, K.J. . A new perspective on the morphological and genetic variation among Plethodon ouachitae from different mountains in the Ouachita Range. 2007. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

4.
SHEPARD, D. B.. Habitat but not body shape affects predator attack frequency on lizards in the Brazilian Cerrado. 2006. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

5.
SHEPARD, D. B.; Dreslik, M.J. ; Jellen, B.C. ; Phillips, C.A. . Reptile road mortality around an oasis in the Illinois corn desert, with emphasis on the endangered Eastern Massasauga. 2005. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

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SHEPARD, D. B.; Dreslik, M.J. ; Jellen, B.C. ; Phillips, C.A. . Reptile road mortality around an oasis in the Illinois corn desert, with emphasis on the endangered eastern massasauga (Sistrurus c. catenatus). 2005. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).



Eventos



Participação em eventos, congressos, exposições e feiras
1.
Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Naturalists, Society of the Study of Evolution, and the Society of Systematic Biologists. Lineage diversification and historical demography in a sky island salamander. 2008. (Congresso).

2.
Joint Meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, and Herpetologists League. A new perspective on the morphological and genetic variation among Plethodon ouachitae from different mountains in the Ouachita Range. 2007. (Congresso).

3.
Joint Meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, and Herpetologists League. Habitat but not body shape affects predator attack frequency on lizards in the Brazilian Cerrado. 2006. (Congresso).

4.
19th Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology. Reptile road mortality around an oasis in the Illinois corn desert, with emphasis on the endangered eastern massasauga (Sistrurus c. catenatus). 2005. (Congresso).

5.
Joint Meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, and Herpetologists League. Reptile road mortality around an oasis in the Illinois corn desert, with emphasis on the endangered Eastern Massasauga. 2005. (Congresso).




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