Pike, D.A., E.A. Roznik, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2020. Life history and ecology of the elegant snake-eyed skink, Cryptoblepharus pulcher, in southeastern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 67:51-58.
Stevenson, L.A., E.A. Roznik, S.E. Greenspan, R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2020. Host thermoregulatory constraints predict growth of an amphibian chytrid pathogen (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis). Journal of Thermal Biology 87:102472.
Muller, B., L. Schwarzkopf, R.M. Andrews, and D.A. Pike. 2020. Social context alters microhabitat and nest-site selection in a globally invasive gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129:388-397.
Edwards, L., R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2020. Unusual mating calls made by an individual male southern ornate nursery-frog, Cophixalus australis. Herpetological Review, in press.
Pike, D.A., E.A. Roznik, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2020. Life history of the coppertail skink, Ctenotus taeniolatus, in southeastern Australia. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 15:409-415.
Lee, C.-Y., D.A. Pike, H.-Y. Tseng, J.-Y. Hsu, S.-L. Huang, S.P. Lee, and W.-S. Huang. 2019. When males live longer: Resource-driven territorial behavior drives sex-specific survival in snakes. Science Advances 5:eaar5478.
Cisterne, A., L. Schwarzkopf, and D.A. Pike. 2019. Australian house geckos are more aggressive than a globally successful invasive Asian house gecko. Behavioral Ecology 30:107-113.
Edwards, L., R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2019. Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in male southern ornate nursery-frogs, Cophixalus australis. Herpetological Review. Accepted March 2019.
Chen, W., L. Peng, L. Jiang, D.A. Pike, C.R. Friesen, and G. Brown. 2018. High-altitude frogs (Rana kukonoris) adapt a diversified bet-hedging strategy in the face of environmental unpredictability. Asiatic Herpetological Research 9:43-49.
Greenspan, S.E., D.S. Bower, E.A. Roznik, D.A. Pike, G. Marantelli, R.A. Alford, L. Schwarzkopf, and B.R. Scheffers. 2017. Infection increases vulnerability to climate change via effects on host thermal tolerance. Scientific Reports 7:9347.
Greenspan, S.E., D.S. Bower, R. Webb, E.A. Roznik, L. Berger, G. Marantelli, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2017. Realistic heat pulses protect frogs from disease under simulated rainforest frog thermal regimes. Functional Ecology 31:2274-2286.
Mainwaring, M.C., I. Barber, D.C. Deeming, D.A. Pike, E.A. Roznik, and I.R. Hartley. 2017. Climate change and nesting behavior in vertebrates: a review of the ecological threats and potential for adaptive responses. Biological Reviews, 92:1991-2002.
Muller, B.J., D.A. Pike, and L. Schwarzkopf. 2016. Defining the active space of cane toad (Rhinella marina) advertisement calls: males respond from greater distances than females. Behaviour 153:1951-1969.
Greenspan, S.E., W. Morris, R. Warburton, L. Edwards, R. Duffy, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2016. Low-cost fluctuating-temperature chamber for experimental ecology. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6:1567-1574.
Greenspan, S.E., E.A. Roznik, L. Schwarzkopf, R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2016. Robust calling performance in frogs infected by a deadly fungal pathogen. Ecology and Evolution 6:5964-5972.
Pike, D.A., R.W. Clark, A. Manica, H.-Y. Tseng, J.-Y. Hsu, and W.-S. Huang. 2016. Surf and turf: predation by egg-eating snakes has led to the evolution of parental care in a terrestrial lizard. Scientific Reports 6:22207.
Dayananda, B., S. Gray, D.A. Pike, and J.K. Webb. 2016. Incubation temperatures affect the long-term survival of hatchling geckos. Global Change Biology 22:2405-2414.
Pike, D.A. 2016. Conservation management. In: Reptile Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques, edited by C.K. Dodd Jr. Pages 419-435, Oxford University Press.
Howard, R., I. Bell, and D.A. Pike. 2015. Tropical flatback turtle embryos (Natator depressus) can withstand the heat of climate change. Journal of Experimental Biology 218:3330-3335.
Baker, L.K., W. Edwards, and D.A. Pike. 2015. Sea turtle rehabilitation success increases with body size and differs among species. Endangered Species Research 29:13-21.
Pike, D.A., E.A. Roznik, and I. Bell. 2015. Nest inundation from sea level rise threatens sea turtle egg viability. Royal Society Open Science 2:150127.
Roznik, E.A., S.J. Sapsford, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2015. Natural disturbance reduces disease risk in endangered rainforest frog populations. Scientific Reports 5:13472.
Chen, W., L. Ren, D. He, Y. Wang, and D.A. Pike. 2015. Reproductive ecology of Sichuan digging frogs (Microhylidae: Kaloula rugifera). Acta Herpetologica 10:17-21.
Roznik, E.A., S.J. Sapsford, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2015. Condition-dependent reproductive effort in frogs infected by a widespread pathogen. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282:20150694.
Webb, J.K., P.S. Harlow, and D.A. Pike. 2015. Australian reptiles and their conservation. In: Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand (ed. by A. Stow, N. Maclean, and G.I. Holwell), Cambridge University Press, pages 354-381.
Zeng, Z.-G., J.-H. Bi, S.-R. Li, S.-Y. Chen, D.A. Pike, Y. Gao, and and W.-G. Du. 2014. Habitat alteration modifies invertebrate-lizard biodiversity and food web structure in a desert steppe ecosystem. Biological Conservation 179:86-92.
Stevenson, L., E.A. Roznik, R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2014. Host-specific thermal profiles alter fitness of a widespread pathogen. Ecology and Evolution 4:4053-4064.
Howard, R., I. Bell, and D.A. Pike. 2014. Thermal tolerances of sea turtle embryos: current understanding and future directions. Endangered Species Research 26:75-86.
Phongkangsananan, N., L. Schwarzkopf, and D.A. Pike. 2014. Chatty females and quiet males: complex vocal communication in the northern dtella, Gehyra dubia. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 9:285-296.
Tseng, H.-Y., C.-P. Lin, J.-Y. Hsu, D.A. Pike, and W.-S. Huang. 2014. The functional significance of aposematic signals: geographic variation in the responses of widespread lizard predators to colourful invertebrate prey. PLoS One 9:e91777.
Yu, T.L., M. Busam, and D.A. Pike. 2014. A tradeoff between mate-quality recognition and species recognition in male Bufo gargarizans that co-occur with Rana catesbeiana. Animal Biology 64:49-58.
Chen, W., D.A. Pike, D. He, Y. Wang, L. Ren, X. Wang, X. Fan, and X. Lu. 2014. Altitude decreases testis weight of a frog (Rana kukunoris) endemic to the Tibetan plateau. Herpetological Journal 24:183-188.
Cisterne, A., E.P. Vanderduys, D.A. Pike, and L. Schwarzkopf. 2014. Wary invaders and clever natives: sympatric house geckos show disparate responses to predator scent cues. Behavioral Ecology 25:604-611.
Sun, B.-J., T.-T. Wang, L. Liang, D.A. Pike, and W.-G. Du. 2014. Increased oxygen availability during embryonic development enhances learning ability in hatchling lizards, Eremias argus (Lacertidae). Frontiers in Zoology 11:21.
Pike, D.A. 2014. Forecasting the viability of sea turtle eggs in a warming world. Global Change Biology 20:7-15.
Dewald, J., and D.A. Pike. 2014. Geographical variation in hurricane impacts among sea turtle populations. Journal of Biogeography 41:307-316.
Pike, D.A., and J.C. Mitchell. 2013. Burrow-dwelling ecosystem engineers provide thermal refugia throughout the landscape. Animal Conservation 16:694-703.
Chen, W., Z. Tang, Z. Fan, Y. Wang, and D.A. Pike. 2013. Maternal investment increases with altitude in a frog on the Tibetan plateau. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:2710-2715.
Pike, D.A. 2013. Forecasting range expansion into ecological traps: climate-mediated shifts in sea turtle nesting beaches and human development. Global Change Biology 19:3082-3092.
Pike, D.A. 2013. Climate influences the global distribution of sea turtle nesting. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22:555-556. Access interactive maps of sea turtle nesting distributions
Stevenson, L.A., R.A. Alford, S.C. Bell, E.A. Roznik, L. Berger, and D.A. Pike. 2013. Variation in thermal performance of a widespread pathogen, the amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. PLoS One 8:e73830.
Elphick, M.J., D.A. Pike, C. Bezzina, and R. Shine. 2013. Cues for communal egg-laying in lizards (Bassiana duperreyi, Scincidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110:839-842.
Fuentes, M.M.B.P., D.A. Pike, A. Dimatteo, and B.P. Wallace. 2013. Resilience of marine turtle regional management units to climate change. Global Change Biology 19:1399-1406.
Elzer, A.L., D.A. Pike, J.K. Webb, K. Hammill, R.A. Bradstock, and R. Shine. 2013. Forest-fire regimes affect thermoregulatory opportunities for terrestrial ectotherms. Austral Ecology 38:190-198.
Huang, W.-S., S.-M. Lin, S. Dubey, and D.A. Pike. 2013. Predation drives interpopulation differences in parental care expression. Journal of Animal Ecology 82:429-437.
Huang, W.-S., and D.A. Pike. 2013. Testing cost-benefit models of parental care evolution using lizard populations with facultative expression of maternal care. PLoS One 8:e54065.
Dubey, S., D.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2013. Predicting the impacts of climate change on genetic diversity in an endangered lizard species. Climatic Change 117:319-327.
Pike, D.A., J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2012. Reply to comment on "Chainsawing for conservation: ecologically informed tree removal for habitat management”. Ecological Management & Restoration 13:e12-13.
Croak, B.M., D.A. Pike, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2012. Habitat selection in a rocky landscape: experimentally decoupling the influence of retreat-site attributes from that of landscape features. PLoS One 7:e37982.
Dubey, S., B.M. Croak, D.A. Pike, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2012. Phylogeography and dispersal in the velvet gecko (Oedura lesueurii), and potential implications for conservation of an endangered snake (Hoplocephalus bungaroides). BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:67.
Bell, I., and D.A. Pike. 2012. Somatic growth rates of hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata in a northern Great Barrier Reef foraging area. Marine Ecology Progress Series 446:275-283.
Pike, D.A., J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2012. Hot mothers, cool eggs: nest-site selection by egg-guarding spiders accommodates conflicting thermal optima. Functional Ecology 26:469-475.
Pike, D.A., R.M. Andrews, and W.-G. Du. 2012. Eggshell morphology and gekkotan life-history evolution. Evolutionary Ecology 26:847-861.
Huang, W.-S., and D.A. Pike. 2012. Effects of intraguild predators on nest-site selection by prey. Oecologia 168:35-42.
Dubey, S., J. Sumner, D.A. Pike, J.S. Keogh, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. Genetic connectivity among populations of an endangered snake species from southeastern Australia (Hoplocephalus bungaroides, Elapidae). Ecology and Evolution 1:218-227.
Pike, D.A., J.K. Webb, and R.M. Andrews. 2011. Social and thermal cues influence nest-site selection in a nocturnal gecko, Oedura lesueurii. Ethology 117:796-801.
Huang, W.-S., and D.A. Pike. 2011. Does maternal care evolve through egg recognition or directed territoriality? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:1984-1991.
Huang, W.-S., and D.A. Pike. 2011. Determinants of homing in nest-guarding females: balancing risks while travelling through unfamiliar landscapes. Animal Behaviour 82:263-270.
Pike, D.A., J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. Chainsawing for conservation: ecologically-informed tree removal for habitat management. Ecological Management & Restoration 12:110-118.
Huang, W.-S., and D.A. Pike. 2011. Climate change impacts on fitness depend on nesting habitat in lizards. Functional Ecology 25:1125-1136.
Pike, D.A., J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. Removing forest canopy restores a reptile assemblage. Ecological Applications 21:274-280.
Croak, B.M., D.A. Pike, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Using artificial rocks to restore nonrenewable shelter sites in human-degraded systems: colonization by fauna. Restoration Ecology 18:428-438.
Pike, D.A., J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Nesting in a thermally challenging environment: nest-site selection in a rock-dwelling gecko, Oedura lesueurii (Reptilia: Gekkonidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99:250-259.
Penman, T.D., D.A. Pike, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Predicting the impact of climate change on Australia’s most endangered snake, Hoplocephalus bungaroides. Diversity and Distributions 16:109-118.
Webb, J.K., D.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2010. Olfactory recognition of predators by nocturnal lizards: safety outweighs thermal benefits. Behavioral Ecology 21:72-77.
Pike, D.A., B.M. Croak, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Context-dependent avoidance of predatory centipedes by nocturnal geckos ( Oedura lesueurii). Behaviour 147:397-412.
Pike, D.A., B.M. Croak, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Subtle – but easily reversible – anthropogenic disturbance seriously degrades habitat quality for rock-dwelling reptiles. Animal Conservation 13:411-418.
Webb, J.K., W.-G. Du, D.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2010. Generalization of predator recognition: velvet geckos display anti-predator behaviors in response to chemicals from non-dangerous elapid snakes. Current Zoology 56:337-342.
Shen, J.-W., D.A. Pike, and W.-G. Du. 2010. Movements and microhabitat use of translocated big-headed turtles (Platysternon megacephalum) in southern China. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 9:154-161.
Pike, D.A., and E.A. Roznik. 2009. Drowning in a sea of development: conservation status and distribution of a sand-swimming lizard, Plestiodon reynoldsi. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 4:96-105.
Pike, D.A. 2009. Do green turtles modify their nesting seasons in response to environmental temperatures? Chelonian Conservation and Biology 8:43-47.
Pike, D.A. 2009. Natural beaches produce more hatchling marine turtles than developed beaches, despite regional differences in hatching success. Biology Letters 5:268-269. *Online appendix
Webb, J.K., W.G. Du, D.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2009. Chemical cues from both dangerous and nondangerous snakes elicit antipredator behaviours from a nocturnal lizard. Animal Behaviour 77:1471-1478.
Radder, R.S., D.A. Pike, A.E. Quinn, and R. Shine. 2009. Offspring sex in a lizard depends on egg size. Current Biology 19:1102-1105.
Webb, J.K., D.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2008. Population ecology of the velvet gecko, Oedura lesueurii in south eastern Australia: implications for the persistence of an endangered snake. Austral Ecology 33:839-847.
Radder, R.S., M. Elphick, D.A. Warner, D.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2008. Reproductive modes of lizards: measuring the fitness consequences of prolonged uterine retention of eggs. Functional Ecology 22:332-339.
Pike, D.A., L. Pizzatto, B.A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2008. Estimating survival rates of uncatchable animals: the myth of high juvenile mortality in reptiles. Ecology 89:607-611. *Online Appendices
Pike, D.A., K.S. Peterman, and J.H. Exum. 2008. Habitat structure influences the presence of sand skinks (Plestiodon reynoldsi) in altered habitats. Wildlife Research 35:120-127.
Pike, D.A. 2008. Environmental correlates of nesting in loggerhead turtles, Caretta caretta. Animal Behaviour 76:603-610.
Croak, B.M., D.A. Pike, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2008. Three-dimensional crevice structure beneath rocks influences retreat site selection by nocturnal reptiles. Animal Behaviour 76:1875-1884.
Pike, D.A. 2008. Natural beaches confer fitness benefits to nesting marine turtles. Biology Letters 4:704-706.
Pike, D.A., and J.C. Stiner. 2007. Sea turtle species vary in their susceptibility to tropical cyclones. Oecologia 153:471-478.
Pike, D.A., and J.C. Stiner. 2007. Fluctuating reproductive output and environmental stochasticity: do years with more reproducing females result in more offspring? Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:737-742.
Pike, D.A. 2006. Movement patterns, habitat use, and growth of hatchling gopher tortoises, Gopherus polyphemus. Copeia 2006:68-76.
Pike, D.A., R.L. Antworth, and J.C. Stiner. 2006. Earlier nesting contributes to shorter nesting seasons for the loggerhead seaturtle, Caretta caretta. Journal of Herpetology 40:91-94. *17th highest cited paper in Journal of Herpetology over the last 3 years!
Antworth, R.L., D.A. Pike, and J.C. Stiner. 2006. Nesting ecology, current status, and conservation of sea turtles on an uninhabited beach in Florida, USA. Biological Conservation 130:10-15.
Pike, D.A., and R.A. Seigel. 2006. Variation in survivorship of hatchling tortoises at three geographic localities. Herpetologica 62:125-131.
Pike, D.A., A. Dinsmore, T. Crabill, R.B. Smith, and R.A. Seigel. 2005. Short-term effects of handling and permanently marking gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) on recapture rates and behavior. Applied Herpetology 2:139-147.
Antworth, R.L., D.A. Pike, and, E.E. Stevens. 2005. Hit and run: effects of scavenging on estimates of roadkilled vertebrates. Southeastern Naturalist 4:647-656. *highest cited paper in Southeastern Naturalist over the last 3 years!