Peer Reviewed Publications

[4] Janecka, J.E., M.J. Janecka, K.M. Helgen, W.J. Murphy. 2018. The validity of three snow leopard subspecies: response to Senn et al. Heredity. 120:586–590. Doi: 10.1038/s41437-018-0052-7.

[3] Janecka, J.E., Zhang, Y., Li, D., Munkhtsog, B., Bayaraa, M., Galsandorj, N., Wangchuk, T.R., Karmacharya, D., Li, J., Lu, Z., Uulu, K.Z., Gaur, A., Kumar, S., Kumar, K., Hussain, S., Muhammad, G., Jevit, M., Hacker, C., Burger, P., Wultsch, C., Janecka, M.J., Helgen, K., Murphy, W.J., Jackson, R.  2017. Range-wide snow leopard phylogeography supports three subspecies. Journal of Heredity. 108(6):597–607.

[2] Gorton, M.J. and T. Brush. 2014. Differential response by Bronzed Cowbirds to host vocalizations in south Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist. 59(4):554–559.

[1] Gorton, M.J., E. Kasl, J. Detwiller, and C.D. Criscione. 2012. Testing local scale panmixia provides insights in to the cryptic ecology, evolution, and epidemiology of metazoan animal parasites. Parasitology.139 (8):981–97. (Invited Review)

Academic Publications 

PUBLICATIONS

[2] Janecka, J.E and M.J. Janecka. 2018. Cynocephalidae. Family and Species Accounts. 14 pgs. in D.E. Wilson, and R.A. Mittermeier eds. Handbook of the mammals of the world. Volume 8: Insectivores, Sloths and Colugos. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona, Spain. Galley proof corrections submitted 23 April 2018. (Invited book chapter).

[1] Janecka, M.J. and C. Criscione. 2016. Post-delisting demographic and genetic monitoring of the Concho watersnake (Nerodia paucimaculata): Final Report.  Section Six Grant E-145: Endangered Species Monitoring.  Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.