Rokyta, D. R., K. P. Wray, A. R. Lemmon, E. Moriarty Lemmon, S. B. Caudle. 2011. A high-throughput venom-gland transcriptome for the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) and evidence for pervasive positive selection across toxin classes. Toxicon 57:657–671. PDF

E. Moriarty Lemmon, M. Murphy, T. E. Juenger. 2011. Identification and characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci for multiple species of chorus frogs (Pseudacris) for population genetic analyses. Conservation Genetics Resources 3:233–237. PDF

E. Moriarty Lemmon, A. R. Lemmon. 2010. Reinforcement in chorus frogs: lifetime fitness estimates including intrinsic natural selection and sexual selection against hybrids. Evolution 64:1748–1761. PDF

J. M. Brown, A. R. Lemmon, S. M. Hedke, E. Moriarty Lemmon. 2010. When trees grow too long: investigating the causes of highly inaccurate Bayesian branch length estimates. Systematic Biology 59:145–161. PDF

E. Moriarty Lemmon. 2009. Diversification of conspecific signals in sympatry: geographic overlap drives multi-dimensional reproductive character displacement in frogs. Evolution 63:1155–1170. PDF

A. R. Lemmon, J. M. Brown, K. Stanger-Hall, and E. Moriarty Lemmon. 2009. The effect of missing data on phylogenetic estimates obtained by maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference. Systematic Biology 58:130–145. PDF

A. R. Lemmon and E. Moriarty Lemmon. 2008. A likelihood framework for estimating phylogeographic history on a continuous landscape. Systematic Biology 57:544–561. PDF

E. Moriarty Lemmon, A. R. Lemmon, J. T. Collins, and D. C. Cannatella. 2008. A new North American chorus frog species (Amphibia: Hylidae: Pseudacris) from the south-central United States. Zootaxa 1675:1–30. PDF

E. Moriarty Lemmon, A. R. Lemmon, and D. C. Cannatella. 2007b. Geological and climatic forces driving speciation in the continentally distributed trilling chorus frogs (Pseudacris). Evolution 61:2086–2103. PDF

E. Moriarty Lemmon, A. R. Lemmon, J. A. Lee-Yaw, J. T. Collins, and D. C. Cannatella. 2007a. Phylogeny-based delimitation of species boundaries and contact zones in the trilling chorus frogs (Pseudacris). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44:1068–1082. PDF

E. C. Moriarty and D. C. Cannatella. 2004. Phylogenetic relationships of North American chorus frogs (Pseudacris). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30:409–420. PDF

A. R. Lemmon and E. C. Moriarty. 2004. The importance of proper model assumption in Bayesian phylogenetics. Systematic Biology 53:265–277. PDF

D. M. Sever, T. R. Halliday, E. C. Moriarty, and B. Arano. 2001. Sperm storage in the smooth newt (Triturus v. vulgaris) II. Ultrastructure of the spermathecae after the breeding season. Acta Zoologica 82:49–56. PDF

D. M. Sever, E. C. Moriarty, L.C. Rania, and W.C. Hamlett. 2001. Sperm storage in the oviduct of an internally fertilizing frog, Ascaphus truei. Journal of Morphology 248:1–21. PDF

D. M. Sever, T. R. Halliday, V. Waights, J. Brown, H. Davies, and E. C. Moriarty. 1999. Sperm storage in females of the Smooth Newt (Triturus v. vulgaris) I. Ultrastructure of the spermathecae during the breeding season. Journal of Experimental Zoology 283:51–70. PDF


Book Chapter Contributions

E. C. Moriarty Lemmon. 2008. Pseudacris feriarum, P. crucifer, P. brimleyi, and P. brachyphona species accounts. In J. B. Jensen, C. D. Camp, W. Gibbons, and M. J. Elliot (Eds). Field Guide to Georgia Amphibians and Reptiles. University of Georgia Press, Athens.

E. C. Moriarty. 2005. Pseudacris triseriata species complex. In: M. Lannoo (Ed.). Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of United States Species. University of California Press, Berkley, California.