24) Whitfield, S., E. Geerdes, I. Chacon, E. Ballestero Rodriguez, R. Jimenez, M.A. Donnelly, and J. L. Kerby. Infection and co-infection by the amphibian chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) and ranavirus in wild Costa Rican frogs. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. (In press)

23) Kerby, J.L., A. Schieffer, J. Brown, and S. Whitfield. 2013Comparison of quantitative PCR methodologies for BD analyses.  Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4: 162-166.

22) Hanlon, S. M., Kerby J. L., and M.J. Parris. 2012Unlikely remedy: Fungicide clears infection from pathogenic fungus in larval southern leopard frogs (Lithobates sphenocephalus). PLoSONE 7: e43573.

21) Hoverman, J., Richgels, K, Mihhaljevic, J. Kerby, J.L., and P.T.J. Johnson. 2012.Widespread co-occurrence of virulent pathogens within California amphibian communities.  EcoHealth.  9: 288-292.

20) Whitfield, S. M., M. Donnelly, E. Geerdes and J. L. Kerby.  2012Ranavirus infection in native amphibians at La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica: the first report of ranavirus in Central America.  Herpetological Review 43(3): 425-427.

19) Whitfield, S.M., J.L. Kerby, L.R. Gentry, and M.A. Donnelly.  2012Temporal variation in the prevalence of chytridiomycosis in three species of frogs at La Selva, Costa Rica.  Biotropica 44: 779-784.

18) Lesberres, D., A. Balseiro, J. Brunner, V. Chinchar, A. Duffus, J. Kerby, D. Miller, J. Robert, D. Schock, T. Waltzek, and M. Gray.  2012.  Ranavirus: past, present and future.  Biology Letters 8: 481-483.

17) Venesky, M. D., M. J. Parris, J. L. Kerby, and A. Storfer.  2012Dietary protein restriction impairs growth, immunity, and disease resistance in Southern leopard frog tadpoles.  Oecologia169(1): 23-31.

16) Kerby, J. L., A. Wehrmann, and A. Sih.  2012. Impacts of the insecticide diazinon on the behavior of predatory fish and amphibian prey. Journal of Herpetology 46(2): 171-176.

15) Kerby, J. L., A. Hart, A. Storfer. 2011. Combined effects of virus, pesticide, and predator cue on the larval Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum). Ecohealth 8(1): 46-54.

14) Venesky, M.D, J.L. Kerby, A. Storfer, and M. J. Parris. 2011.  Can differences in host behavior drive patterns of disease prevalence in tadpoles?  PLoS ONE 6(9): e24991. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024991.

13) Johnson, P.T.J, V. J. McKenzie, A.C. Peterson, J.L. Kerby, J. Brown, A.R. Blaustein, and T. Jackson.   2011Regional decline of an iconic amphibian species: understanding multi-scale patterns of leopard frog declines in Colorado.  Conservation Biology 25(3): p. 556-566

12) Kerby, J. L., K. Richards-Hrdlicka, A. Storfer, D. Skelly.  2010.  An examination of amphibian sensitivity to environmental contaminants:  Are amphibians poor canaries? Ecology Letters.  13(1): 60-67.  (Available online- Featured on Nature News 10/29/2009)

11) Kerby, J. L., and A. Storfer.  2009. Combined effects of atrazine and chlorpyrifos on susceptibility of the Tiger Salamander to Ambystoma tigrinum virus.  Ecohealth. 6:91-98.

10) Pintor, L. M., A. Sih, and J. L. Kerby.  2009.  Behavioral correlations provide a mechanism for explaining high invader densities and increased impacts on native prey.  Ecology. 90(3): 581-587.

9) Baumsteiger, J., and J. L. Kerby.  2009.  Effectiveness of Chinook salmon carcass tissue for use in DNA extraction and amplification in conservation genetic studies.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 29: 40-49.

8) Ajie, B. A., L. M. Pintor, J. Watters, J. L. Kerby, J. Hammond, and A. Sih.  2007.  A framework for determining the fitness consequences of antipredator behavior. Behavioral Ecology. 18(1): 267-270.

7) Rohr, J., J. Kerby, and A. Sih.  2006.  Community ecology as a framework for predicting contaminant effectsTrends in Ecology and Evolution.  21(11): 607-613.

6) Riley, S., G. T. Busteed, L. B. Kats, T. L. Vandergon, L. Lee, R. Dagit, J. L. Kerby, R. N. Fisher, and R. M. Sauvajot.  2005.  Effects of urbanization on the distribution and abundance of amphibians and invasive species in southern California streams. Conservation Biology. 19(6): 1894-1907.

5) Kerby, J., S. Riley, P. Wilson, and L. B. Kats.  2005.  Barriers and flow as limiting factors in the spread of an invasive crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) in southern California streams. Biological Conservation. 126: 402-409.  

4) Luttbeg, B., and J. L. Kerby. Are scared prey as good as dead?  2005. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 20(8): 416-418.

3) Sih, A., J. Kerby, A. Bell and R. Relyea. 2004.  Response to Schmidt. Pesticides, mortality and population growth rate. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 19(9): 460-461.

2) Sih, A., A. M. Bell, and J. L. Kerby. 2004. Two stressors are far deadlier than one. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 19(6): 274-276.

1) Kerby, J. L., and L. B. Kats. 1998. Modified interactions between salamander life stages caused by wildfire-induced sedimentation. Ecology. 79(2): 740-745.