Shawn Vincent, Ph.D.
Shawn Vincent, Ph.D.
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TitleCited byYear
Sexual dimorphism in head shape and diet in the cottonmouth snake (Agkistrodon piscivorus)
SE Vincent, A Herrel, DJ Irschick
Journal of Zoology 264 (1), 53-59, 2004
1252004
Functional and ecological correlates of ecologically-based dimorphisms in squamate reptiles
SE Vincent, A Herrel
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (2), 172-188, 2007
752007
Ontogeny of intersexual head shape and prey selection in the pitviper Agkistrodon piscivorus
SE Vincent, A Herrel, DJ Irschick
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 81 (1), 151-159, 2004
582004
Morphological convergence as a consequence of extreme functional demands: examples from the feeding system of natricine snakes
A Herrel, SE Vincent, ME Alfaro, S Van Wassenbergh, B Vanhooydonck, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (5), 1438-1448, 2008
522008
Morphological integration and adaptation in the snake feeding system: a comparative phylogenetic study
SE Vincent, PD Dang, A Herrel, NJ Kley
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19 (5), 1545-1554, 2006
522006
The functional meaning of “prey size” in water snakes (Nerodia fasciata, Colubridae)
SE Vincent, BR Moon, R Shine, A Herrel
Oecologia 147 (2), 204-211, 2006
472006
Convergence in trophic morphology and feeding performance among piscivorous natricine snakes
SE Vincent, MC Brandley, A Herrel, ME Alfaro
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (6), 1203-1211, 2009
452009
Are ontogenetic shifts in diet linked to shifts in feeding mechanics? Scaling of the feeding apparatus in the banded watersnake Nerodia fasciata
SE Vincent, BR Moon, A Herrel, NJ Kley
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (12), 2057-2069, 2007
432007
An integrative approach to specialization: relationships among feeding morphology, mechanics, behaviour, performance and diet in two syntopic snakes
A Mori, SE Vincent
Journal of Zoology 275 (1), 47-56, 2008
422008
Comparisons of aquatic versus terrestrial predatory strikes in the pitviper, Agkistrodon piscivorus
SE Vincent, A Herrel, DJ Irschick
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Comparative Experimental Biology 303 …, 2005
362005
Large size as an antipredator defense in an insect
DW Whitman, S Vincent
Journal of Orthoptera Research, 353-371, 2008
342008
Do juvenile gape‐limited predators compensate for their small size when feeding?
SE Vincent, PD Vincent, DJ Irschick, JM Rossell
Journal of Zoology 268 (3), 279-284, 2006
342006
Induced ovulation and egg deposition in the direct developing anuran Eleutherodactylus coqui
SF Michael, C Buckley, E Toro, AR Estrada, S Vincent
Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2 (1), 6, 2004
312004
Determinants of feeding performance in free-ranging pit-vipers (Viperidae: Ovophis okinavensis): key roles for head size and body temperature
SE Vincent, A Mori
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 93 (1), 53-62, 2007
272007
Does foraging mode influence sensory modalities for prey detection in male and female filesnakes, Acrochordus arafurae?
SE Vincent, R Shine, GP Brown
Animal Behaviour 70 (3), 715-721, 2005
212005
Sex-based divergence in head shape and diet in the Eastern lubber grasshopper (Romalea microptera)
SE Vincent
Zoology 109 (4), 331-338, 2006
172006
Female morphology, web design, and the potential for multiple mating in Nephila clavipes: do fat-bottomed girls make the spider world go round?
SE Vincent, SP Lailvaux
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 87 (1), 95-102, 2006
152006
Does phenotypic integration constrain sexual size dimorphism in eastern lubber grasshoppers (Romalea microptera)
SE Vincent, SP Lailvaux
Journal of Orthoptera Research 17 (2), 219-226, 2008
72008
Ecological dimorphisms: an introduction to the symposium
SP Lailvaux, SE Vincent
Integrative and comparative biology 47 (2), 169-171, 2007
72007
Insular gigantism and dwarfism in a snake, adaptive response or spandrel to selection on gape size
S Vincent, M Brandley, T Kuriyama, A Mori, A Herrel, M Hasegawa
Nature Preced. hdl 10101, 2009
32009
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