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
1302004
Functional and ecological correlates of ecologically-based dimorphisms in squamate reptiles
SE Vincent, A Herrel
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (2), 172-188, 2007
742007
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
532008
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
532006
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
492006
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
482009
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
462007
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
432008
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
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
Large size as an antipredator defense in an insect
DW Whitman, S Vincent
Journal of Orthoptera Research, 353-371, 2008
322008
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, 2008
292008
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), 219-225, 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 Precedings, 1-1, 2009
32009
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