Peer Reviewed Publications


Reedy, A.M., Evans, W.J., and R.M. Cox. 2019. Sexual dimorphism explains residual variance around the survival-reproduction tradeoff in lizards: implications for sexual conflict over life-history evolution. Evolution. In Press.

De Lisle, S.P., Goedert, D., Reedy, A.M., and E.I. Svensson. 2018. Climatic factors and species range position predict sexually antagonistic selection across taxa. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 373 (1757): 20170415.

Reedy, A.M., Pope, B.D., Kiriazis, N., Giordano, C., Sams, C., Warner, D.A, and R.M. Cox. 2017. Female brown anoles (Anolis sagrei) display less and attack more quickly than males when challenged with a same-sex territorial intruder. Behavioral Ecology. 28: 1323-1328.


Reedy, A.M., Cox, C.L, Evans, W.J., Chung, A.K., and R.M. Cox. 2016. Both sexes suffer increased parasitism and reduced energy storage as costs of reproduction in the brown anole, Anolis sagrei. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 117: 516-527.


Refsnider, J.M., Reedy, A.M., Warner, D.A., and F. J. Janzen. 2015. Do trade-offs between predation pressures on females versus nests drive nest-site choices in painted turtles? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 116: 847-855.


Cox, C.L., Hanninen, A.F., Reedy, A.M., and R.M. Cox. 2014. Female anoles retain responsiveness to testosterone despite the evolution of androgen-mediated sexual dimorphism. Functional Ecology. 29: 758-767.


Reedy, A.M., Edwards, A., Pendlebury, C., Murdaugh, L., Avery, R., Seidenberg, J., Aspbury, A.S., and C. Gabor. 2014. An acute increase in the stress hormone corticosterone is associated with mating behavior in both male and female red-spotted newts, Notopthalamus viridecens. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 208: 57-63.


Reedy, A.M., Zaragoza, D., and D.A. Warner. 2013. Maternally-chosen nest sites positively affect multiple components of fitness in offspring lizards. Behavioral Ecology. 24(1): 39-46.



Natural History Notes and Popular Science Publications  


Reedy, A.M., "The Lizard Project: Why scientists and teachers should work together for science outreach," Scientific American. August 31 2012. Web.


Neel, L.K., Durden, L.A., Cox, C.L., Reedy, A.M., and R.M. Cox. 2017. Anolis sagrei (Brown Anole) and Leiocephalus carinatus (Northern Curlytail Lizard). Ectoparasites. Herpetological Review. 48(4):842.


Cates, C.D., Delaney,D.M., Buckelew,A.M., Durso, A.M., French, S.S., Reedy,A.M., and D.A. Warner. 2014. Anolis sagrei. Cannibalism. Herpetological Review. 45(3):491-492.


Cates C.D., Delaney,D.M., Buckelew, A.M., Durso, A.M., French, S.S., Reedy,A.M., and D.A. Warner. 2014. Anolis sagrei. Egg Predation. Herpetological Review. 45(3):491-492.


Delaney, D.M., Durso, A.M., French, S.S., Reedy, A.M., and D.A.Warner. 2014. Anolis sagrei (Brown anole). Prey Stealing Behavior. Herpetological Review.45 (2): 324-325.


Reedy, A.M., Cox,C.L., Cox, R.M. and R. Calsbeek. 2013. Anolis sagrei (Brown anole). Sexual Cannibalism. Herpetological Review.44 (4): 661-662.


Durso, A.M., Mitchell, T.S., Reedy, A.M., and D.A. Warner. 2013. Ophisaurus compressus (Island Glass Lizard) Swimming. Herpetological Review. 44: 146.


Delaney, D.M., Reedy,A.M., Mitchell,T.S., Durso, A.M., Durso, K.P. ,Morrison, A.J., and D.A. Warner. 2013. Anolis sagrei (Brown Anole). Nest-Site Choice. Herpetological Review. 44: 314.


 Durso, A.M., Warner, D.A., Mitchell, T.S., and A.M. Reedy. 2011. Heterodon nasicus (Western Hog-nosed Snake).  Diet. Herpetological Review42 (3): 439-440.