Hernández-Pacheco, R., C. Sutherland, L.M. Thompson, and K.L. Grayson. 2019. Unexpected spatial population ecology of widespread salamander near its southern range edge. Royal Society Open Science 6: 182192.
Thompson, L.M., B. Pugh, L.A. McDonald, A. Estrada, K. Horn, B.L.C. Gilman, L.K. Belden, J.C. Mitchell, and K.L. Grayson. 2019. Persistence of Eastern Lesser Siren populations at their Northeastern range edge. Northeastern Naturalist 26(2):410 – 419.
Friedline, C.J., T.M. Faske, B.M. Lind, E.M. Hobson, D. Parry, R.J. Dyer, D.M. Johnson, L.M. Thompson, K.L. Grayson, and A.J. Eckert. 2019. Evolutionary genomics of gypsy moth populations sampled along a latitudinal gradient. Molecular Ecology 208: 2206–2223.
Faske, T.M., L.M. Thompson, N. Banahene, A. Levorse, M. Quiroga Herrera, K. Sherman, S. Timko, B. Yang, D. R. Gray, D. Parry, P.C. Tobin, A.J. Eckert, D.M. Johnson, and K.L. Grayson. 2019. Can gypsy moth stand the heat? A reciprocal transplant experiment with an invasive forest pest across its southern range margin. Biological Invasions 21: 1365–1378.
Banahene, N., S. Salem., T.M. Faske, H. Byrne, M. Glackin, S.J. Agosta, A.J. Eckert, K.L. Grayson, and L.M. Thompson. 2018. Thermal sensitivity of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Erebidae) during larval and pupal development. Environmental Entomology 47(6): 1623 – 1631.
Price, S.J., K.L. Grayson, B.D. Gartrell, and N.J. Nelson. 2018. Survival and growth of tuatara Sphenodon punctatus following translocation from the Cook Strait to warmer locations in their historic range. Oryx 1-12. doi:10.1017/S003060531800008X
McDonald, L., K.L. Grayson, H.A. Lin, and J.R. Vonesh. 2018. Stage specific effects of fire: Effects of prescribed burning on adult abundance, oviposition habitat selection, and larval performance of Cope’s Gray Treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis). Forest Ecology and Management 430: 394 – 402.
Novarro, A.J., C.R. Gabor, C.B. Goff, T.D. Mezebish, L.M. Thompson, and K.L. Grayson. 2018. Physiological responses to elevated temperature across the geographic range of a terrestrial salamander. Journal of Experimental Biology 221(18): jeb.178236.
Charbonnier, J.F., J. Pearlmutter, J.R. Vonesh, C.R. Gabor, Z.R. Forsburg, and K.L. Grayson. 2018. Cross-life stage effects of aquatic larval density and terrestrial moisture on growth and corticosterone in the spotted salamander. Diversity 10(3): 68.
Sibilia, C.D., K.A. Brosko, C.H. Hickling, L.M. Thompson, K.L. Grayson, and J.R. Olson. 2018. Thermal Physiology and Developmental Plasticity of Pigmentation in the Harlequin Bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of Insect Science 18(4): 4.
May, C., N. Hillerbrand, L.M. Thompson, T.M. Faske, E. Martinez, D. Parry, S.J. Agosta, and K.L. Grayson. 2018. Geographic variation in larval metabolic rate between northern and southern populations of the invasive gypsy moth. Journal of Insect Science 18(4): 5.
Grayson, K.L., and D.M. Johnson. 2018. Novel insights on population and range edge dynamics using an unparalleled spatiotemporal record of species invasion. Journal of Animal Ecology 87: 581 – 593. Shortlisted for the Sidnie Manton Award (for an outstanding synthesis paper by an early career author).
Thompson, L.M., T.M. Faske, N. Banahene, D. Grim, S.J. Agosta, D. Parry, P.C. Tobin, D.M. Johnson, and K.L. Grayson. 2017. Variation in growth and developmental responses to supraoptimal temperatures near latitudinal range limits of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar (L.)), an expanding invasive species. Physiological Entomology 42: 181 – 190.
Johnson, E.R., B. L. Bowerman, M.A. Thomas, L. M. Thompson, and K.L. Grayson. 2017. The influence of environmental factors on pond activity of aquatic red-spotted newts Notophthalmus viridescens. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 32: 711 – 720.
Walter, J.A., K.L. Grayson, and D.M. Johnson. 2017. Variation in Allee effects: Evidence, unknowns, and directions forward. Population Ecology 59: 99 – 107.
Aspbury, A.A., K.L. Grayson, S. Fantayeb, I. Nichols, M. Myers-Burton, X. Ortiz-Mangual, C.R. Gabor. 2017. The association between male-biased sex ratio and indicators of stress in red-spotted newts. Physiology & Behavior 173: 156 – 162.
Thompson, L.M., K.L. Grayson, and D.M. Johnson. 2016. Forest edges enhance mate-finding in the invasive European gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 158: 295 – 303.
Grayson, K.L., D. Parry, T. Faske, A. Hamilton, P.C. Tobin, S.J. Agosta, and D.M. Johnson. 2015. Performance of wild and laboratory-reared gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Erebidae): A comparison between foliage and artificial diet. Environmental Entomology 44: 864 – 873.
Grayson, K.L., L. Bulluck, C. Viverette, and J. Vonesh. 2016. Baseline surveys for amphibians and prothonotary warblers at Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia 2015 – 2016. Final Technical Report for Cooperative Agreement No. W9126G-14-2-0077. United States Army Corps of Engineers.
Grayson, K.L., N.J. Mitchell, and N.J. Nelson. 2016. When a species can’t stand the heat. Data Nugget Teaching Case Study.
Price, S.J., K.L. Grayson, and N.J. Nelson. 2016. Re-introduction of tuatara to a mainland sanctuary within the species historic range in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Global Re-Introduction Perspectives: 2016. Case Studies from Around the Globe. Soorae, P. S. (ed.) Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Reintroduction Specialist Group.
Wimsatt, J., S.H. Feldman, M. Heffron, M. Hammond, M.P.R. Ruehling, K.L. Grayson, and J.C. Mitchell. 2014. Detection of pathogenic Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis using water filtration, animal and bait testing. Zoo Biology 33: 577-585.
Grayson, K.L., N.J. Mitchell, J.M. Monks, S.N. Keall, J. Wilson, and N.J. Nelson. 2014. Sex ratio bias and extinction risk in an isolated population of tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus). PLoS ONE 9: e94214.
Grayson, K.L., S.P. De Lisle, J.E. Jackson, S.J. Black, and E.J. Crespi. 2012. Behavioral and physiological female responses to male harassment in a pond-breeding amphibian. Frontiers in Zoology 9: 24.
Grayson, K.L., L.L. Bailey, and H.M. Wilbur. 2011. Life history benefits of residency in a partially migrating pond-breeding amphibian. Ecology 92: 1236-1246.
De Lisle, S.P. and K.L. Grayson. 2011. Survival, breeding frequency, and migratory orientation in Ambystoma jeffersonianum. Herpetological Conservation Biology 6: 215-227.
Nalepa, C.A. and K.L. Grayson. 2011. Surface activity of the xylophagous cockroach Cryptocercus punctulatus (Dictyoptera: Cryptocercidae) based on collections from pitfall traps. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104: 364-368.
Bloch, A.M. and K.L. Grayson. 2010. Reproductive costs of migration for males in a partially migrating pond-breeding amphibian. Canadian Journal of Zoology 88: 1113-1120.
Grayson, K.L. and H.M. Wilbur. 2009. Sex- and context-dependent migration in a pond-breeding amphibian. Ecology 90: 306-312.
Grayson, K.L. and H.D. McLeod. 2009. Evaluating the reproductive cost of migration for females in a partially migrating pond-breeding amphibian. Journal of Zoology 279: 71-77.
Orlofske, S.A., K.L. Grayson, and W.A. Hopkins. 2009. The effects of fluorescent powder on oxygen consumption in salamanders using either cutaneous or bimodal respiration. Copeia 2009: 623-627.
Roe, A.W. and K.L. Grayson. 2009. Repeated exposure to fluorescent powder does not affect survival or mass in eastern red-spotted newts, Notophthalmus viridescens. Applied Herpetology 6: 295-299.
Grayson, K.L. and A.M. Bloch. 2009. Ambystoma maculatum (Spotted Salamander) Occurrence. Herpetological Review 40: 195.
Davis, A.K. and K.L. Grayson. 2008. Spots of adult male red-spotted newts are redder and brighter than females: evidence for a role in mate selection? Herpetological Journal 18: 83-89.
Roe, A.W. and K.L. Grayson. 2008. Terrestrial movements and habitat use of eastern red-spotted newts, Notophthalmus viridescens. Journal of Herpetology 42: 22-30.
Grayson, K.L. and A.W. Roe. 2007. Glow sticks as effective bait for capturing aquatic amphibians in funnel traps. Herpetological Review 38: 168-170.
Davis, A.K. and K.L. Grayson. 2007. Improving natural history research with image analysis: the relationship between skin color, sex, size and stage in red-spotted newts (Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 2: 65-70.
Grayson, K.L., L.W. Cook, M.J. Todd, D. Pierce, W.A. Hopkins, R.E. Gatten Jr., and M.E. Dorcas. 2005. Effect of prey type on specific dynamic action, growth, and mass conversion efficiencies in the horned frog, Ceratophrys cranwelli. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 141: 298-304.
Grayson, K.L. and M.E. Dorcas. 2004. Seasonal temperature variation in the painted turtle (Chrysemys picta). Herpetologica 60: 325-336.