PUBLICATIONS

Tumulty JP & Sheehan MJ. In Review. What drives diversity in social recognition systems? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Tumulty JP, Fouilloux C, Goyes Vallejos J, Bee MA. In Revision. Predicting and measuring decision rules for social recognition in a Neotropical frog. The American Naturalist.

Walton A, Tumulty JP, Toth AL, Sheehan MJ. In Press. Hormonal modulation of reproduction in Polistes fuscatus social wasps: dual functions in both ovary development and sexual receptivity. Journal of Insect Physiology.

Engelbrecht-Wiggans E* & Tumulty JP. 2019. “Reverse” sexual dichromatism in a Neotropical frog. Ethology. 125: 957–964

*undergraduate mentee

Narins PM, Meenderink SWF, Tumulty JP, Cobo-Cuan A, Márquez R. 2018. Plant-borne vibrations modulate calling behaviour in a tropical amphibian. Current Biology. 28: R1333-R1334 link

Tumulty JP, Pašukonis A, Ringler M, Forester JD, Hödl W, Bee MA. 2018Brilliant-thighed poison frogs do not use acoustic identity information to treat territorial neighbours as dear enemies. Animal Behaviour. 141: 203-220 pdf

Tumulty JP. 2018. Dear Enemy Effect. in J. Vonk and T. Shackelford, eds. Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer International Publishing, Cham. pdf

Bee MA, Reichert MS & Tumulty J. 2016. Assessment and recognition of rivals in anuran contests. Advances in the Study of Behavior. 48. pdf

Tumulty J, Morales V & Summers K. 2014. The biparental care hypothesis for the evolution of monogamy: experimental evidence in an amphibian. Behavioral Ecology. 25(2): 262-270. (Editor’s choice) pdf

Summers K & Tumulty J. 2013. Parental care, sexual selection, and mating systems in Neotropical poison frogs. In: RH. Macedo & G. Machado. Sexual Selection: Perspectives and Models from the Neotropics. Waltham (MA): Elsevier Academic Press.

Not Peer-Reviewed

Tumulty J. 2005. A Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of BFREE. Belize Foundation for Research and Environmental Education. Toledo, Belize.