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Florida Program for Shark Research logoFlorida Program for Shark Research Publication List (2018-2020)

  • Santana-Morales, O., Abadía-Cardoso, A., Hoyos-Padilla, M., Naylor, G.J., Corrigan, S., Malpica-Cruz, L., Aquino-Baleytó, M., Beas-Luna, R., Sepúlveda, C.A. and Castillo-Géniz, J.L., 2020. The Smallest Known Free-Living White Shark Carcharodon carcharias (Lamniformes: Lamnidae): Ecological and Management Implications. Copeia, 108(1), pp.39-46.
  • Marramà, G., Carnevale, G., Naylor, G.J. and Kriwet, J., 2019. Mosaic of plesiomorphic and derived characters in an Eocene myliobatiform batomorph (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from Italy defines a new, basal body plan in pelagic stingrays. Zoological letters, 5(1), p.13.
  • Marramà, G., Carnevale, G., Giusberti, L., Naylor, G.J. and Kriwet, J., 2019. A bizarre Eocene dasyatoid batomorph (Elasmobranchii, Myliobatiformes) from the Bolca Lagerstätte (Italy) reveals a new, extinct body plan for stingrays. Scientific reports, 9(1), pp.1-12.
  • Yang, L., Denton, J.S., Corrigan, S., Bowling, T.B. and Naylor, G.J., 2019. DNA from Tooth Embedded in Man’s Foot Resolves Quarter-Century-Old Shark Bite Mystery. Wilderness & environmental medicine, 30(3), pp.335-337.
  • White, W.T., Baje, L., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Appleyard, S.A., Chin, A., Sabub, B., Rochel, E. and Naylor, G.J.P., 2019. Elasmobranch bycatch in the demersal prawn trawl fishery in the Gulf of Papua, Papua New Guinea. Scientific reports, 9(1), pp.1-16.
  • Grace, M.A., Doosey, M.H., Denton, J.S., Naylor, G.J., L Jr, H.E.N.R.Y. and Maisey, J.G., 2019. A new Western North Atlantic Ocean kitefin shark (Squaliformes: Dalatiidae) from the Gulf of Mexico. Zootaxa, 4619(1), pp.109-120.
  • Marrama, G., Carnevale, G., Naylor, G.J.P. and Kriwet, J., 2019, June. An Eocene Myliobatiform (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from Monte Bolca (Italy) Defines a New, Basal Body Plan for Pelagic Stingrays. In JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY (Vol. 280, pp. S174-S174). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY.
  • Delser, P.M., Corrigan, S., Duckett, D., Suwalski, A., Veuille, M., Planes, S., Naylor, G.J. and Mona, S., 2019. Demographic inferences after a range expansion can be biased: the test case of the blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus). Heredity, 122(6), pp.759-769.
  • Last, P.R., Seret, B. and Naylor, G.J., 2019. Description of Rhinobatos ranongensis sp. nov.(Rhinopristiformes: Rhinobatidae) from the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal with a review of its northern Indian Ocean congeners. Zootaxa, 4576(2), pp.zootaxa-4576.
  • Marramà, G., Carnevale, G., Naylor, G.J. and Kriwet, J., 2019. Reappraisal of the Eocene whiptail stingrays (Myliobatiformes, Dasyatidae) of the Bolca Lagerstätte, Italy. Zoologica scripta, 48(2), pp.168-184.
  • Dudgeon, C.L., Corrigan, S., Yang, L., Allen, G.R., Erdmann, M.V., Sugeha, H.Y., White, W.T. and Naylor, G.J., 2019. Walking, swimming or hitching a ride? Phylogenetics and biogeography of the walking shark genus Hemiscyllium. Marine and Freshwater Research.
  • Midway, S.R., Wagner, T. and Burgess, G.H., 2019. Trends in global shark attacks. PloS one, 14(2).
  • Garcia, M.J., Cronin, A., Bowling, T., Bushera, H., Hunter, K.L. and Taylor, R.C., 2019. Dueling frogs: do male green tree frogs (Hyla cinerea) eavesdrop on and assess nearby calling competitors?. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology, 73(2), p.21.
  • Stuckert, A.M., Drury, S., Anderson, C.M., Bowling, T.B. and Mckinnon, J.S., 2019. Evolution and assessment of colour patterns in stream‐resident and anadromous male threespine stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatus from three regions. Journal of fish biology, 94(3), pp.520-525.
  • Corrigan, S., Lowther, A.D., Beheregaray, L.B., Bruce, B.D., Cliff, G., Duffy, C.A., Foulis, A., Francis, M.P., Goldsworthy, S.D., Hyde, J.R. and Jabado, R.W., 2018. Population connectivity of the highly migratory shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque 1810) and implications for management in the Southern Hemisphere. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 6, p.187.
  • Kuang, T., Tornabene, L., Li, J., Jiang, J., Chakrabarty, P., Sparks, J.S., Naylor, G.J. and Li, C., 2018. Phylogenomic analysis on the exceptionally diverse fish clade Gobioidei (Actinopterygii: Gobiiformes) and data-filtering based on molecular clocklikeness. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 128, pp.192-202.
  • Denton, J.S., Maisey, J.G., Grace, M., Pradel, A., Doosey, M.H., Bart Jr, H.L. and Naylor, G.J., 2018. Cranial morphology in Mollisquama sp.(Squaliformes; Dalatiidae) and patterns of cranial evolution in dalatiid sharks. Journal of anatomy, 233(1), pp.15-32.
  • Finucci, B., White, W.T., Kemper, J.M. and Naylor, G.J., 2018. Redescription of Chimaera ogilbyi (Chimaeriformes; Chimaeridae) from the Indo-Australian region. Zootaxa, 4375(2), pp.191-210.
  • Li, C. and Naylor, G.J., 2018. Targeted Gene Capture for Phylogenetic Systematics and Population Genetics. CRC Press.
  • Naylor, G.J., 2018. New York shark bites: DNA result should calm the waters. Nature, 561(7721), pp.33-34.