Reinke Lab
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Reinke, Beth A., Luke Hoekstra, Anne Bronikowski, Frederic Janzen, and David Miller. 2019. Joint estimation of growth and survival from mark-recapture data to

improve estimates of senescence in the wild. In press at Ecology.

Reinke, Beth A., David Miller, and Fredric Janzen. 2019. What have long-term studies taught us about population dynamics? In press at Annual Review of Ecology,

Evolution, and Systematics.

Erritouni*, Yasmeen, Beth A. Reinke, and Ryan Calsbeek. 2018. Novel coloration in Anolis sagrei: implications for physiology, fitness, and predation. PloS One

13(12): e0209261. PDF

Urbanowicz, Christine and Beth A. Reinke. 2018. Commentary. Publication overlap: building an academic house with salami shingles. The Bulletin of the

Ecological Society of America 99(4). DOI: 10.1002/bes2.1425. PDF

Reinke, Beth A., Steven Pearson, and Will Selman. 2018. Plastron pigmentation variation in a coastal turtle species of conservation concern (Malaclemys

terrapin).  Herpetologica 74(2): 141-145. PDF

Reinke, Beth A., Yasmeen Erritouni*, and Ryan Calsbeek. 2018. Maternal allocation of carotenoids to eggs in an Anolis lizard. Comparative Biochemistry and

Physiology, Part A 218:56-62. DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2018.01.014. PDF

Reinke, Beth A., Ryan Calsbeek, Devi M. Stuart-Fox. 2017. A test of an antipredatory function for conspicuous coloration in freshwater turtles. Evolutionary

Ecology 31(4):463-473. DOI: 10.1007/s10682-017-9892-5. PDF

Reinke, Beth A. and David Klinges III*. 2017. Snapping Turtle Natural History Note. Herpetological Review 48(2): 423. PDF

Ruiz, Mayte, Danfeng Wang, Beth A. Reinke, Gregory E. Demas, and Emilia P. Martins. 2011. Supplemental feedings eliminate trade-offs between reproductive

investment and innate immunity in a natural population of female sagebrush lizards. The Herpetological Journal 21:131-134.