Kimberly Hunter
Kimberly Hunter
Professor of Biological Sciences, Salisbury University
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Ploidy race distributions since the Last Glacial Maximum in the North American desert shrub, Larrea tridentata
KL Hunter, JL Betancourt, BR Riddle, TR Van Devender, KL Cole, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 10 (5), 521-533, 2001
‘Crazy love’: nonlinearity and irrationality in mate choice
MJ Ryan, RA Page, KL Hunter, RC Taylor
Animal Behaviour 147, 189-198, 2019
Evidence against a Pleistocene desert refugium in the Lower Colorado River Basin
CA Holmgren, JL Betancourt, MC Peñalba, J Delgadillo, K Zuravnsky, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (9), 1769-1780, 2014
Comparison of morphological variation indicative of ploidy level in Phragmites australis (Poaceae) from eastern North America
K Saltonstall, K Glennon, A Burnett, RB Hunter, KL Hunter
Rhodora 109 (940), 415-429, 2007
Genetic variation in the terrestrial orchid Tipularia discolor
JL Smith, KL Hunter, RB Hunter
Southeastern Naturalist 1 (1), 17-26, 2002
Multimodal signaling improves mating success in the green tree frog (Hyla cinerea), but may not help small males
KL Laird, P Clements, KL Hunter, RC Taylor
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70, 1517-1525, 2016
Elevational shifts of Coleogyne ramossissima in the Mojave Desert during the Little Ice Age
KL Hunter, JR McAuliffe
Quaternary Research 42 (2), 216-221, 1994
Environmental heterogeneity alters mate choice behavior for multimodal signals
AD Cronin, MJ Ryan, RA Page, KL Hunter, RC Taylor
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 73, 1-10, 2019
Dueling frogs: do male green tree frogs (Hyla cinerea) eavesdrop on and assess nearby calling competitors?
MJ Garcia, A Cronin, T Bowling, H Bushera, KL Hunter, RC Taylor
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 73, 1-10, 2019
Inter simple sequence repeats (ISSR) reveal genetic variation among mid-Atlantic populations of threatened Amaranthus pumilus and phylogenetic relationships
C Nolan, A Noyes, A Bennett, R Hunter, KL Hunter
Castanea 75 (4), 506-516, 2010
Empowering Latina scientists
XE Bernal, B Rojas, MA Pinto-E, ÁM Mendoza-Henao, A Herrera-Montes, ...
Science 363 (6429), 825-826, 2019
Complex sensory environments alter mate choice outcomes
RC Taylor, KO Wilhite, RJ Ludovici, KM Mitchell, W Halfwerk, RA Page, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (1), jeb233288, 2021
Perceived synchrony of frog multimodal signal components is influenced by content and order
RC Taylor, RA Page, BA Klein, MJ Ryan, KL Hunter
Integrative and Comparative Biology 57 (4), 902-909, 2017
Silence is sexy: soundscape complexity alters mate choice in túngara frogs
DA Coss, KL Hunter, RC Taylor
Behavioral Ecology 32 (1), 49-59, 2021
Epigenomic changes in the túngara frog (Physalaemus pustulosus): possible effects of introduced fungal pathogen and urbanization
MJ Garcia, S Rodríguez-Brenes, A Kobisk, L Adler, MJ Ryan, RC Taylor, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 33, 671-686, 2019
Incorporating molecular genetics into remote expedition fieldwork
S Bunting, E Burnett, RB Hunter, R Field, KL Hunter
Tropical Conservation Science 7 (2), 260-271, 2014
Evolutionary and allometric insights into anuran auditory sensitivity and morphology
LS James, RC Taylor, KL Hunter, MJ Ryan
Brain Behavior and Evolution 97 (3-4), 140-150, 2022
Covariation among multimodal components in the courtship display of the túngara frog
LS James, W Halfwerk, KL Hunter, RA Page, RC Taylor, PS Wilson, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (12), jeb241661, 2021
Cross-modal facilitation of auditory discrimination in a frog
LS James, AL Baier, RA Page, P Clements, KL Hunter, RC Taylor, ...
Biology letters 18 (6), 20220098, 2022
Genetic Variability of Maryland and West Virginia Populations of the Federally Endangered Plant Harperella nodosa (Rose)(Apiaceae)
WB Smith, CT Frye, E Veliz, S Hiebler, RC Taylor, KL Hunter
Northeastern naturalist 22 (1), 106-119, 2015
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