Peng, L.Q., M. Tang, J.H. Liao, H.F. Qing, Z.K. Zhao, D.A. Pike, and W. Chen. 2020. Potential effects of climate change on the distribution of invasive bullfrogs Lithobates catesbeianus in China. Acta Herpetologica 15:87-94.
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 235-236.
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.
Pike, D.A., E.A. Roznik, J.K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2019. Life history and ecology of the elegant snake-eyed skink, Cryptoblepharus pulcher, in southeastern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 67:51-58.
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!