Jonathan B. Losos
Museum of Comparative Zoology and
Department of Organismal and Evolutionary Biology
26 Oxford Street
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138

       8/84 - 12/89 University of California, Berkeley (Ph.D., Ecomorphological Adaptation in the Genus Anolis, Zoology)
       9/80 -  6/84  Harvard University (A.B., Biology)

       1987-1989              Teaching Assistant, University of California, Berkeley
       1990-1992              Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for Population Biology, University of California, Davis
       1992-1997              Assistant Professor, Washington University
       1997-2001              Associate Professor, Washington University
       2000-2003, &
       2004-2006              Director, Tyson Research Center
       2001-2006              Professor, Washington University
       2003-2005              Chair, Environmental Studies Program
       2006-                      Monique and Philip Lehner Professor for the Study of Latin America, Harvard University
       2006-                      Curator of Herpetology, Museum of Comparative Zoology

       1981, 1982 Harvard College Scholarship
       1983, 1984 John Harvard Scholarship
       1984-1987 Berkeley Fellowship
       1989  Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, Dept. Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
       1991  Theodosius Dobzhansky Prize, Society for the Study of Evolution
       1994-1999 Fellowship in Science and Engineering, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, $500,000
       1998  David Starr Jordan Prize
       1999  Forty Under Forty Award, St. Louis Business Journal
       2001  Innovation Award, Academy of Science of St. Louis
       2001  Walton Lecturer, Mountain Lakes Biological Station, University of Virginia
       2002  Featured speaker, Ecological Integration Symposium, Texas A&M University
       2002  Distinguished Speaker, Department of Zoology, Michigan State University
       2003  Keynote Speaker, Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles of New Zealand
       2003  Eminent Biologist, Pittsburgh EcoForum
       2003, 2004  Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring, Graduate School Senate, Washington University
       2004  Helen Mangelsdorf Lecturer, University of North Carolina
       2004  Chancellor's Distinguished Lecture, Louisiana State University
       2005  John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship
       2007  Juanita Greer White Distinguished Lecturer, University of Nevada-Las Vegas

       1985  Ecology of Arboreal Malagasy Lizards.  World Wildlife Fund-U.S.
       1987  Adaptation of Jamaican Anolis Lizards.  Sigma Xi (National).
       1987  Adaptation of Florida Anolis Lizards.  American Museum of Natural History (Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund).
       1987  Adaptation of Jamaican Anolis Lizards.  Explorer's Club.
       1987  Adaptation of Jamaican Anolis Lizards.  Center for Latin American Studies (Tinker Foundation).
       1987  Ecomorphology of Puerto Rican Anolis Lizards. University of California, Berkeley (Patent Fund).
       1988  Immunological Study of Phylogeny of Anolis Lizards. Sigma Xi (National).
       1988  Relationships Within the Lizard Genus Anolis: an Immunological Approach. Sigma Xi (Berkeley Chapter).
       1988  Anolis Phylogeny: an Immunological Study.  American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (Gaige Fund).
       1989  Evolutionary Ecomorphology of West Indian Anolis Lizards.  National Science Foundation (Dissertation Improvement Grant).  $9000.
       1989  Ecology and Behavior of Anolis lizards in the Dominican Republic.  Center for Latin American Studies (Tinker Foundation).  $2500.
       1991-1993  Intraspecific Adaptation in Anolis Lizards. National Geographic Society. $12,889.
       1994-1999  An integrative study of adaptive radiation in West Indian Anolis lizards. National Science Foundation, $300,000 (co-P.I.s: K. de Queiroz and A. Larson) plus $27,000 in REU supplements, a $14,750 supplement to initiate a collaborative research program in South Africa, and a $32,600 supplement to initiate collaborative research in Australia).
       1994-1999  Ecological and evolutionary consequences of interspecific competition: an experimental analysis with Anolis lizards. National Science Foundation, $203,193 (co-P.I.: D.A. Spiller), plus $20,000 in supplemental funding to examine the effects of Hurricane Lili and $25,000 in REU supplements.
       1995-1997  The relative roles of intersexual and interspecific differentiation in the adaptive radiation of Greater Antillean Anolis lizards.  National Science Foundation, $8,000 (dissertation improvement grant for Marguerite Butler).
       1995  Symposium: Phylogenies and comparative biology stage II: Testing hypotheses derived from phylogenies with data from extant taxa.  National Science Foundation, $9,000.
       1996-1997  Adaptive radiation of Cuban Anolis lizards. National Geographic Society, $19,085 (co-P.I.s: Kevin de Queiroz and Lourdes Rodríguez Schettino).
       1997-1999  Phylogeny, morphology and life history: Effects of dramatic size variation in monitor lizards. National Science Foundation, $10,000 (dissertation improvement grant for David Pepin).
       1999-2001  Phylogenetic relationships, ontogenetic color change, and antipredator adaptation in the Colubrinae (Serpentes).  National Science Foundation, $10,485 (dissertation improvement grant for Doug Creer).
       1999-2001  Survival of the gutsiest: a study on function and quality of signals given to an incoming predator by Anolis lizards.  National Science Foundation, $9,693 (dissertation improvement grant for Manuel Leal).
       1999-2004  Redevelopment of insular communities following a catasrophic hurricane.  National Science Foundation, $350,000, plus $28,000 in REU supplements (jointly funded collaborative research grants with D.A. Spiller).
       2000-2005  Comparative study of adaptive radiation in iguanian lizards. National Science Foundation, $450,000, plus $31,687 in REU and RET supplements (co-PIs: Kevin de Queiroz, Allan Larson).
       2000-2002  Evolutionary ecology and molecular phylogenetics of the lizard genus Liolaemus. National Science Foundation, $10,000 (dissertation improvement grant for Jim Schulte).
       2000-2001  The effects of predators on lizard behavior and evolution.  National Geographic Society, $20,300 (co-PI: Thomas Schoener).
       2001-2002  Comparative study of adaptive radiation, working group.  National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $76,408.
       2001-2006  A multidisciplinary approach to the study of the evolution of biological form and diversity. Packard Foundation, $1,000,000 (co-PIs: Jim Cheverud, Jeremy Gibson-Brown, Kerry Kornfeld, Alan Templeton).
       2003-2005  Testing hypotheses of morphological differentiation in the introduced lizard, Anolis sagrei. National Science Foundation, $11,172 (dissertation improvement grant for Jason Kolbe).
       2003-2005  Community structure in day geckos (Phelsuma): Testing for convergence. National Science Foundation, $10,800 (dissertation improvement grant for Luke Harmon).
       2005-2009  Species diversity and abundance in insular systems.  National Science Foundation, $680,000, plus $6,000 in REU supplements (jointly funded collaborative grants; co-P.I. on this grant, M. Leal; collaborative grant P.I.s T.W. Schoener and D.A. Spiller).
       2005-2009  Phylogenetic analysis of G-matrix evolution in the repeated adaptive radiations of Anolis lizards.  National Science Foundation, $725,000, plus $6,000 in REU supplements (jointly funded collaborative grant with E.D. Brodie, III).
       2005-2008 Origins of diversity in animal communication: habitat-dependent adaptive change in lizard visual displays. National Science Foundation, $347,155, plus $6,000 in REU supplements (jointly funded grant with J.A. Stamps and T. Ord).
       2006-2008 Did predation Drive Micro- and Macroevolutionary Diversification in Mosquitofish? National Science Foundation, $11,975 (dissertation improvement grant for Brian Langerhans).
       2006-2008 The Evolution and Importance of Genetic Constraint in Anolis Cristatellus. National Science Foundation, $11,690 (dissertation improvement grant for Liam Revell).
       2006-2009 Convergent evolution of desert lizards: phylogenomic and morphological analyses of limb Development. Australian Research Council, AUS$263,000 (PI: Jane Melville).

PUBLICATIONS (Peer-Reviewed):
       Losos, J.B.  1985.  Male aggressive behavior in a pair of sympatric sibling species.  Breviora 484: 1-30. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1985.  An experimental demonstration of the species-recognition role of Anolis dewlap color. Copeia 1985: 905-910. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1986.  Island biogeography of day geckos (Phelsuma) in the Indian Ocean.  Oecologia 68: 338-343. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1987.  Postures of the Military Dragon (Ctenophorus isolepis) in relation to substrate temperature. Amphibia-Reptilia 8: 419-423.
       Greene, H.W., and J.B. Losos.  1988.  Systematics, natural history, and conservation.  Bioscience 38: 458-462. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1988.  Thermoregulatory correlates of escape behavior by a desert lizard, Ctenophorus isolepis. Journal of Herpetology 22: 353-356.
       Losos, J.B., and H.W. Greene.  1988.  Ecological and evolutionary implications of diet in monitor lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 35: 379-407. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., T. Papenfuss, and J.R. Macey.  1989.  Correlates of running, jumping, and parachuting performance in the butterfly lizard, Leiolepis bellianiJournal of Zoology 217: 559-568. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and B. Sinervo.  1989.  The effects of morphology and perch diameter on sprint performance in Anolis lizards. Journal of Experimental Biology 145: 23-30.
       Losos, J.B., S. Naeem, and R.K. Colwell. 1989.  Hutchinsonian ratios and statistical power.  Evolution 43: 1820-1826. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1990.  Thermal sensitivity of sprinting and clinging performance in the Tokay gecko (Gekko gecko). Asiatic Herpetological Research 3: 54-59.
       Losos, J.B.  1990.  Concordant evolution of locomotor behavior, display rate, and morphology in West Indian Anolis lizards. Animal Behaviour 39: 879-890. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1990.  A phylogenetic analysis of character displacement in Caribbean Anolis lizards. Evolution 44: 558-569. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1990.  Ecomorphology, performance capability, and scaling of West Indian Anolis lizards: an evolutionary analysis. Ecological Monographs 60: 369-388. PDF
       Losos, J.B.  1990.  The evolution of form and function: morphology and locomotor performance ability in West Indian Anolis lizards. Evolution 44: 1189-1203. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., M.R. Gannon, W.J. Pfeiffer, and R.B. Waide.  1990. Notes on the ecology and behavior of the lagarto verde, Anolis cuvieri, in Puerto Rico.  Caribbean Journal of Science 26: 65-66. PDF.
       Dryden, G., B. Green, D. King, and J. Losos.  1990.  Water and energy turnover in a small monitor lizard, Varanus acanthurusAustralian Wildlife Research  17: 641-646.
       Hess, N.E., and J.B. Losos.  1991.  Interspecific aggression between Anolis cristatellus and A. gundlachi: comparisons of sympatric and allopatric populations.  Journal of Herpetology 25: 256-259.
       Sinervo, B., and J.B. Losos.  1991.  Walking the tight rope: arboreal sprint performance among Sceloporus occidentalis lizard populations.  Ecology 72: 1225-1233. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., R.M. Andrews, O.J. Sexton, and A. Schuler.  1991. Behavior, ecology, and locomotor performance of the giant anole, Anolis frenatusCaribbean Journal of Science 27: 173-179. PDF.
       James, C.D., and J.B. Losos.  1991.  Diet and reproductive biology of the Australian sand-swimming lizards, Eremiascincus (Scincidae). Australian Wildlife Research 18: 641-654.
       Losos, J.B.  1992.  A critical comparison of the taxon cycle and character displacement models for size evolution of Anolis lizards in the Lesser Antilles.  Copeia 1992: 279-288. PDF.
       James, C.D., J.B. Losos, and D.R. King.  1992.  Reproductive biology and diets of goannas (Reptilia: Varanidae) from Australia. Journal of Herpetology 26: 128-136.
       Losos, J.B.  1992.  The evolution of convergent community structure in Caribbean Anolis communities. Systematic Biology 41: 403-420. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., B.M. Walton, and A.F. Bennett.  1993.  Trade-offs between sprinting and clinging ability in Kenyan chameleons. Functional Ecology 7:281-286. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., J.C. Marks, and T.W. Schoener.  1993.  Habitat use and ecological interactions of an introduced and a native species of Anolis lizard on Grand Cayman.  Oecologia 95: 525-532. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1994.  An approach to the analysis of comparative data when a phylogeny is unavailable or incomplete. Systematic Biology 43:117-123. 
       Losos, J.B., and D.B. Miles.  1994.  Adaptation, constraint, and the comparative method: phylogenetic issues and methods. Pp. 60-98 in P.C. Wainwright and S. Reilly, Eds., Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal Biology. University of Chicago Press: Chicago. PDF.
       Garland, T., Jr., and J.B. Losos.  1994.  Ecological morphology of locomotor performance in squamate reptiles. Pp. 240-302 in P.C. Wainwright and S. Reilly, Eds., Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal Biology.  University of Chicago Press: Chicago. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1994.  Historical contingency and lizard community ecology. Pp. 319-333 in L.J. Vitt and E.R. Pianka, Eds., Lizard Ecology: Historical and Experimental Perspectives.  Princeton Univ. Press: Princeton. PDF.
       Macedonia, J.M., C.S. Evans, and J.B. Losos.  1994.  Male Anolis lizards discriminate video-recorded conspecific and heterospecific displays.  Animal Behaviour 47:1220-1223. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1994.  Integrative approaches to evolutionary ecology: Anolis lizards as model systems. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 25:467-493. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., D.J. Irschick, and T.W. Schoener.  1994. Adaptation and constraint in the evolution of specialization of Bahamian Anolis lizards.  Evolution 48:1786-1798. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and F.R. Adler.  1995.  Stumped by trees?  A generalized null model for patterns of organismal diversity. American Naturalist 145:329-342. PDF.
       Losos, J.B. 1995.  Community evolution in Greater Antillean Anolis lizards: Phylogenetic patterns and experimental tests. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B 349:69-75.  Reprinted in P.H. Harvey, A.J.L. Brown, J.M. Smith, and S. Nee, Eds.  1996. New Uses for New Phylogenies, pp. 308-321, Oxford Univ. Press: Oxford. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and D.J. Irschick. 1996. The effect of perch diameter on escape behaviour of Anolis lizards: Laboratory-based predictions and field tests. Animal Behaviour 51:593-602. PDF.
       Irschick, D.J., and J.B. Losos. 1996.  Morphology, ecology, and behavior of the twig anole, Anolis angusticeps. Pp. 291-301 in R. Powell and R.W. Henderson, Eds., Contributions to West Indian Herpetology: A Tribute to Albert Schwartz.  Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca, NY.
       Losos, J.B.  1996. Dynamics of range expansion by three introduced species of Anolis lizards on Bermuda. Journal of Herpetology 30:204-210.
       Losos, J.B. 1996. Phylogenetic perspectives on community ecology. Ecology 77:1344-1354. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1996 Ecological and evolutionary determinants of the species-area relation in Caribbean anoline lizards. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B 351:847-854. Reprinted in P.R. Grant. 1998. Evolution on Islands, pp. 210-224, Oxford University Press: Oxford. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  1996. Phylogenies and comparative biology, Stage II: Testing causal hypotheses derived from phylogenies with data from extant taxa.  Systematic Biology 45:259-260. PDF.
       Larson, A., and J.B. Losos. 1996. Phylogenetic systematics of adaptation.  In M.R. Rose G.V. Lauder, Eds., Adaptation. Pp. 187-220. Academic Press: San Diego. PDF.
       Irschick, D.J., C.C. Austin, K. Petren, R.N. Fisher, J.B. Losos, and O. Ellers. 1996. A comparative analysis of clinging ability among pad-bearing lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 59:21-35. PDF.
       Stamps, J.A., J.B. Losos, and R.M. Andrews. 1997. A comparative study of population density and sexual size dimorphism in lizards. American Naturalist 149:64-90. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., K.I. Warheit, and T.W. Schoener. 1997. Adaptive differentiation following experimental island colonization in Anolis lizards. Nature 387:70-73. PDF.
       Glossip, D., and J.B. Losos. 1997 Ecological correlates of number of subdigital lamellae in anoles. Herpetologica 53:192-199. PDF.
       Jackman, T., J.B. Losos, A. Larson and K. de Queiroz. 1997. Phylogenetic studies of convergent adaptive radiations in Caribbean Anolis lizards.  Pp. 535-557 in T. Givnish and K. Systma, Eds., Molecular Evolution and Adaptive Radiation. Cambridge Univ. Press. PDF.
       Autumn, K., and J.B. Losos. 1997. Notes on jumping ability and thermal biology of the enigmatic anole Chamaelinorops barbouri. Journal of Herpetology. 31:442-444. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and K. de Queiroz. 1997. Evolutionary consequences of ecological release in Caribbean Anolis lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 61:459-483. PDF.
       Irschick, D.J., L.J. Vitt, P.A. Zani, and J.B. Losos. 1997. A comparison of evolutionary radiations in mainland and West Indian Anolis lizards. Ecology 78:2191-2203. PDF.
       Butler, M.A., and J.B. Losos. 1997 Testing for unequal amounts of evolution in a continuous character on different branches of a phylogenetic tree using linear and squared-change parsimony: an example using Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards. Evolution 51:1623-1635. PDF.
       Irschick, D.J., and J.B. Losos. 1998. A comparative analysis of the ecological significance of maximal locomotor performance in Caribbean Anolis lizards. Evolution 52:219-226. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., T.R. Jackman, A. Larson, K. de Queiroz, and L. Rodríguez-Schettino. 1998. Historical Contingency and determinism in replicated adaptive radiations of island lizards.  Science 279:2115-2118. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and L.-R. Chu. 1998. Examination of factors affecting dewlap size in Caribbean anoles.  Copeia 1998:430-438. PDF.
       Spiller, D.A., J.B. Losos, and T.W. Schoener. 1998. Impact of a catastrophic hurricane on island populations.  Science 281: 695-697. PDF.
       Leal, M., J.A. Rodríguez-Robles, and J.B. Losos.  1998. An experimental study of interspecific interactions between two Puerto Rican Anolis lizards.  Oecologia 117: 273-278. PDF.
       de Queiroz, K., L.-R. Chu, and J.B. Losos. 1998. A second Anolis lizard in Dominican amber and the systematics and ecological morphology of Dominican amber anoles. American Museum of Natural History Novitates 3249:1-23. PDF. Low resolution PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and D. Spiller. 1999.  Differential colonization success and asymmetrical interactions between two lizard species. Ecology 80: 252-258. PDF.
       Jackman, T.R., A. Larson, K. de Queiroz, and J.B. Losos. 1999 Phylogenetic relationships and the tempo of early diversification in Anolis lizards.  Systematic Biology 48: 254-285. PDF.
       Beuttell, K., and J.B. Losos. 1999 Ecological morphology of Caribbean anoles. Herpetological Monographs 13:1-28PDF.
       Warheit, K.I., J.D. Forman, J.B. Losos, and D.B. Miles. 1999. Morphological diversification and adaptive radiation: a comparison of two diverse lizard clades. Evolution 53:1226-1234. PDF.
       Irschick, D.J., and J.B. Losos. 1999 Do lizards avoid habitats in which performance is submaximal?: The relationship between sprinting capabilities and structural habitat use in Caribbean anoles. American Naturalist 154:293-305. PDF.
       Losos, J.B. 1999. Uncertainty in the reconstruction of ancestral character states and limitations on the use of phylogenetic comparative methods. Animal Behaviour 58:1319-1324. PDF.
       Butler, M.A., T.W. Schoener, and J.B. Losos. 2000. The relationship between sexual size dimorphism and habitat use in Greater Antillean Anolis lizards. Evolution 54:259-272. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., D.A. Creer, D. Glossip, R. Goellner, A. Hampton, G. Roberts, N. Haskell, P. Taylor, and J. Etling. 2000.  Evolutionary Implications of Phenotypic Plasticity in the Hindlimb of the Lizard Anolis sagrei. Evolution 54:301-305. PDF.
       Leal, M., and J.B. Losos. 2000.  Natural history of the Cuban lizard Chamaeleolis barbatus. J. Herp. 34:318-322. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and D. Schluter. 2000. Analysis of an evolutionary species-area relationship. Nature 408:847-850. PDF.
       Schneider, C.J., J.B. Losos, and K. de Queiroz. 2001. Evolutionary relationships of the Anolis bimaculatus group from the Northern Lesser Antilles.  Journal of Herpetology 35:1-12.
       Schoener, T.W., D.A. Spiller, and J.B. Losos. 2001. Predators increase the risk of catastrophic extinction of prey populations. Nature 412:183-186. PDF.
       Creer, D.A., K. de Queiroz, T.R. Jackman, J.B. Losos, and A. Larson. 2001. Systematics of the Anolis roquet series of the southern Lesser Antilles. Journal of Herpetology 35: 428-441.
       Schoener, T.W., D.A. Spiller, and J.B. Losos. 2001. Natural restoration of the species-area relation for a lizard after a hurricane. Science 294:1525-1528. PDF.
       Knox, A.K., J.B. Losos, and C.J. Schneider. 2001. Adaptive radiation versus intraspecific differentiation: morphological variation in Caribbean Anolis lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14:904-909. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., T.W. Schoener, K.I. Warheit, and D.A. Creer. 2001. Experimental studies of adaptive differentiation in Bahamian Anolis lizards. Genetica 112-113:399-415.  (Reprinted in A.P. Hendry and M.T. Kinnison, Eds., Microevolution: Rate, Pattern, and Process, pp. 399-415.  Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht.PDF.
       Angert, A.L., D. Hutchison, D. Glossip, and J.B. Losos. 2002. Microhabitat use and thermal biology of the collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris collaris) and the fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus hyacinthinus) in Missouri glades. Journal of Herpetology 36:23-29.  PDF
       Jackman, T.R., D.J. Irschick, K. de Queiroz, J.B. Losos, and A. Larson. 2002. Molecular phylogenetic perspective on evolution of lizards of the Anolis grahami series. Journal of Experimental Zoology: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 294:1-16. PDF.
       Leal, M., A. K. Knox, and J. B. Losos. 2002. Lack of convergence in aquatic Anolis lizards. Evolution 56:785-791. PDF.
       Bickel, R., and J. B. Losos. 2002. Patterns of morphological variation and correlates of habitat use in chameleons. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76:91-103. PDF.
       Losos, J. B., and D. B. Miles. 2002. Testing the hypothesis that a clade has adaptively radiated: iguanid lizard clades as a case study. American Naturalist 160: 147-157. PDF.
       Schoener, T.W., D.A. Spiller, and J.B. Losos. 2002. Predation on a common Anolis lizard: Can the food-web effects of a devastating predator be reversed? Ecological Monographs 72: 383-408. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., D.A. Creer, and J. Schulte, II. 2002.  Cautionary comments on the measurement of maximum locomotor capabilities. Journal of Zoology 258: 57-61. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., P.L.N. Mouton, R. Bickel, I. Cornelius, and L. Ruddock. 2002. The effect of body armature on escape behaviour in cordylid lizards. Animal Behaviour 64: 313-321. PDF.
       Butler, M.A., and J.B. Losos. 2002. Multivariate sexual dimorphism, sexual selection, and adaptation in Greater Antillean Anolis lizards. Ecological Monographs 72:541-559.  PDF.
       Macrini, T. E., D. J. Irschick, and J. B. Losos. 2003. Ecomorphological differences in toepad characteristics between mainland and island anoles. Journal of Herpetology 37:52-58.  PDF
       Losos, J.B., M. Butler, and T.W. Schoener. 2003. Sexual dimorphism in body size and shape in relation to habitat use among species of Caribbean Anolis lizards. Pp. 356-380 in S. F. Fox, J. K. McCoy and T. A. Baird, Eds., Lizard Social Behavior. Johns Hopkins Press: Baltimore. PDF.
       Losos, J. B., and R. E. Glor. 2003. Phylogenetic comparative methods and the geography of speciation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:220-227.  PDF.
       Losos, J. B., M. Leal, R. E. Glor, K. de Queiroz, P. E. Hertz, L. Rodríguez Schettino, A. Chamizo Lara, T. R. Jackman, and A. Larson. 2003. Niche lability in the evolution of a Caribbean lizard community. Nature 424:542-5450. PDF. Supplemental Material.
       Harmon, L. J., J. A. Schulte II, A. Larson and J. B. Losos. 2003. Tempo and mode of evolutionary radiation in iguanian lizards. Science 301: 961-964.  PDF. Supplemental Material.
       Losos, J. B., T. W. Schoener, and D. A. Spiller. 2003. Effect of immersion in seawater on egg survival in the lizard Anolis sagrei. Oecologia 137:360-362. PDF.
       Glor, R. E., J. J. Kolbe, R. Powell, A. Larson and J. B. Losos. 2003. Phylogenetic analysis of ecological and morphological diversification in Hispaniolan trunk-ground anoles (Anolis cybotes group). Evolution 57:2383-2397. PDF.
       Schoener, T.W., D.A. Spiller, and J.B. Losos. 2004. Variable ecological effects of hurricanes: the importance of timing for survival of lizards on Bahamian islands.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States 101:177-181. PDF.
       Schulte, J.A., II, J.B. Losos, F.B. Cruz, and H. Núñez. 2004.  The relationship between morphology, escape behaviour and microhabitat occupation in the lizard clade Liolaemus (Iguanidae: Tropidurinae*: Liolaemini).  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 408-420. PDF.
       Kolbe, J.J., R.E. Glor, L. Rodríguez Schettino, A. Chamizo Lara, A. Larson, and J. B. Losos.  2004. Genetic variation increases during biological invasion by a Cuban lizard. Nature 431:177-181. PDF. Supplementary Material.
       Losos, J.B. 2004. Adaptation and speciation in Greater Antillean anoles.  Pp. 335-343 in U. Dieckmann, M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz, and D. Tautz, eds. Adaptive Speciation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and R.S. Thorpe. 2004. Evolutionary diversification of Caribbean Anolis lizards: Introduction. Pp. 343-344 in U. Dieckmann, M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz, and D. Tautz, eds. Adaptive Speciation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. PDF.
       Thorpe, R.S., and J.B. Losos. 2004. Evolutionary diversification of Caribbean Anolis lizards: Concluding comments. Pp. 322-324 in U. Dieckmann, M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz, and D. Tautz, eds. Adaptive Speciation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., T.W. Schoener, and D.A. Spiller. 2004. Predator-induced behaviour shifts and natural selection in field-experimental lizard populations. Nature 432:505-508. PDF. Supplementary Material.
       Glor, R.E., M.E. Gifford, A. Larson, J.B. Losos, L. Rodríguez Schettino, A.R. Chamizo Lara, and T.R. Jackman. 2004. Partial island submergence and speciation in an adaptive radiation: a multilocus analysis of the Cuban green anoles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 271:2257-2265. PDFSupplementary Material.
       Harmon, L.J., J.J. Kolbe, J.M. Cheverud, and J.B. Losos. 2005. Convergence and the multidimensional niche. Evolution 59:409-421. PDF.
       Van Zandt, P.A., E. Collins, J.B. Losos, and J.M. Chase. 2005. Implications of food web interactions for restoration of Missouri Ozark glade habitats. Restoration Ecology 13:312-317. PDF.
       Glor, R.E., J.B. Losos, and A. Larson. 2005. Out of Cuba: overwater dispersal and speciation among lizards in the Anolis carolinensis subgroup. Molecular Ecology 14:2419-2432. PDF.
       Nicholson, K.E., R.E. Glor, J. J. Kolbe, A. Larson, S.B. Hedges, and J.B. Losos. 2005. Mainland colonization by island lizards. Journal of Biogeography 32:929-938. PDF.
       Harmon, L.J., K. Bauman, M. McCloud, J. Parks, S. Howell, and J.B. Losos. 2005. What the free-ranging animals do at the zoo: a study of the behavior and habitat use of opossums (Didelphis virginiana) on the grounds of the St. Louis Zoo. Zoo Biology 24:197-213. PDF.
       Rodríguez-Robles, J.A., M. Leal, and J.B. Losos. 2005. Habitat selection by the Puerto Rican yellow-chinned anole, Anolis gundlachi. Can. J. Zool. 83:983-988. PDF.
       Losos, J. B., and D. A. Spiller. 2005. Natural History Notes. Anolis smaragdinus (Bahamian green anole). Dispersal. Herpetological Review 36:315-316. PDF.
       Schoener, T.W., J.B. Losos, and D.A. Spiller. 2005. Island biogeography of populations: an introduced species transforms survival patterns. Science 310:1807-1809. PDF.
       Kolbe, J.J., and J.B. Losos. 2005. Hind-limb length plasticity in Anolis carolinensis. Journal of Herpetology 39:674-678. PDF.
       Melville, J., L.J. Harmon, and J.B. Losos. 2006. Intercontinental community convergence of ecology and morphology in desert lizards. Proc. Royal Soc. Lond. B. 273:557-563. PDF.
       Harmon, L.J., and J.B. Losos. 2005. The effect of intraspecfic sample size on Type I and Type II error rates in comparative studies. Evolution 59:2705-2710. PDF.
       Langerhans, R.B., J.H. Knouft, and J.B. Losos. 2006. Shared and unique features of diversification in Greater Antillean Anolis ecomorphs. Evolution 60:362-369. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., R.E. Glor, J.J. Kolbe, and K. Nicholson. 2006. Adaptation, speciation, and convergence: a hierarchical analysis of adaptive radiation in Caribbean Anolis lizards. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 93:24-33. PDF.
       Webb, C.O., J.B. Losos, and A.A. Agrawal. 2006. Integrating phylogenies into community ecology. Ecology 87: S1-S2. PDF.
       Knouft, J.H., J.B. Losos, R.E. Glor, and J.J. Kolbe. 2006. Phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of the niche in lizards of the Anolis sagrei group. Ecology 87:S29-S38. PDF.
       Johnson, M.A., R. Kirby, S. Wang, and J.B. Losos. 2006. What drives variation in habitat use by Anolis lizards: habitat availability or selectivity? Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:877-886. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., T.W. Schoener, R.B. Langerhans, and D.A. Spiller. 2006. Rapid temporal reversal in predator-driven natural selection. Science 314:1111. PDF. Supplemental Material.
       Nicholson, K.E., L.J. Harmon, and J.B. Losos. 2007. Evolution of Anolis lizard dewlap diversity. PLoS ONE 2:e274. PDF.
       Butler, M.A., S.A. Sawyer, and J.B. Losos. 2007. Sexual dimorphism and adaptive radiation in Anolis lizards. Nature 447:202-205. PDF. Supplemental Material.
       Kolbe, J.J., A. Larson, and J.B. Losos. 2007. Differential admixture shapes morphological variation among invasive populations of the lizard, Anolis sagrei. Molecular Ecology 16:1579-1591. PDF.
       Miles, D.B., J.B. Losos, and D.J. Irschick. 2007. Morphology, performance, and foraging mode. Pp. 49-93 in S.M. Reilly, L.B. McBrayer, and D.B. Miles, Eds., Lizard Ecology: the Evolutionary Consequences of Foraging Mode. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.
       Losos, J.B. 2007. Detective work in the West Indies: Integrating historical and experimental approaches to study island lizard evolution. Bioscience 57:585-597. PDF.
       Ricklefs, R.E., J.B. Losos, and T.M. Townsend. 2007. Evolutionary diversification of clades of squamate reptiles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1751-1762. PDF.
       Revell, L.J., M.A. Johnson, J.A. Schulte, II, J.J. Kolbe, and J.B. Losos. 2007. A phylogenetic test for adaptive convergence in rock-dwelling lizards. Evolution 61:2898-2912. PDF Supplemental Material.
       Kolbe, J.J., R.E. Glor, L. Rodríguez Schettino, A. Chamizo Lara, A. Larson, and J.B. Losos. 2007. Multiple sources, admixture, and genetic variation in introduced Anolis lizard populations. Conservation Biology 21:1612-1625. PDF.
       Hedtke, S.M., K.R. Zamudio, C.A. Phillips, J. Losos, and P. Brylski. 2007. Conservation genetics of the endangered Coachella Valley fringe-toed lizard (Uma inornata). Herpetologica 63:411-420. PDF.
       Sanger, T.J., J.B. Losos, and J.J. Gibson-Brown. 2008. A developmental staging series for the lizard genus Anolis: a new system for the integration of evolution, development, and ecology. Journal of Morphology 269:129-137. PDF.
       Johnson, M.A., M. Leal, L. Rodríguez Schettino, A. Chamizo Lara, L.J. Revell, and J.B. Losos. 2008. A phylogenetic perspective on foraging mode evolution and habitat use in West Indian Anolis lizards. Animal Behaviour 75:555-563. PDF.
       Sanger, T.J., P.M. Hime, M.A. Johnson, J. Diani, and J.B. Losos. 2008. Laboratory protocols for husbandry and embryo collection of Anolis lizards. Herpetological Review 39:58-63. PDF
       Kolbe, J.J., A. Larson, J.B. Losos, and K. de Queiroz. 2008. Admixture determines genetic diversity and population differentiation in the biological invasion of a lizard. Biology Letters 4:434-437. PDF supplementary material.
       Losos, J.B. 2008. Phylogenetic niche conservatism, phylogenetic signal and the relationship between phylogenetic relatedness and ecological similarity among species. Ecology Letters 11: 995-1007. PDF.
       Losos, J.B. 2008. Rejoinder to Wiens (2008): Phylogenetic niche conservatism, its occurrence and importance. Ecology Letters 11: 1005-1007. PDF.
       Gavrilets, S., and J. B. Losos. 2009. Adaptive radiation: Contrasting theory with data. Science 323: 732-737. PDF.
       Losos, J. B., and R. E. Ricklefs. 2009. Adaptation and diversification on islands. Nature 457: 830-836. PDF.
       Losos, J. B., and C. J. Schneider. 2009. Anolis lizards. Current Biology 19: R316-R318. PDF.
       Collar, D.C., J.A. Schulte II, B.C. O’Meara, and J.B. Losos. 2010. Habitat use affects morphological diversification in dragon lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:1033-1049. PDF
      Hagey, T.J., J.B. Losos, and L.J. Harmon. 2010. Cruise foraging of invasive chameleons (Chamaeleo jacksonii xantholophus) in Hawai’i. Breviora 519. PDF
      Losos, J.B. 2010. Adaptive radiation, ecological opportunity, and evolutionary determinism. The American Naturalist 175:623-639. PDF
      Losos, J.B., and D.L. Mahler. 2010.  Adaptive Radiation: The Interaction of Ecological Opportunity, Adaptation, and Speciation. Pp. 381-420 in M.A. Bell, D.J. Futuyma, W.F. Eanes, and J.S. Levinton, Eds., Evolution Since Darwin: The First 150 Years. Sinauer Assoc.: Sunderland, MA. PDF
       Harmon, L.J., J.B. Losos, T.J. Davies, R.G. Gillespie, J.L. Gittleman, W.B. Jennings, K.H. Kozak, M.A. McPeek, F. Moreno-Roark, T.J. Near, A. Purvis, R.E. Ricklefs, D. Schluter, J.A. Schulte II, O. Seehausen, B.L. Sidlauskas, O. Torres-Carvajal, J.T. Weir, and A.O. Mooers. 2010. Early bursts of body size and shape evolution are rare in comparative data. Evolution 64:2385-2396. PDF
       Johnson, M. A., L. J. Revell, and J. B. Losos. 2010. Behavioral convergence and adaptive radiation: effects of habitat use on territorial behavior in Anolis lizards. Evolution 64:1151-1159. PDF
       Mahler, D. L., L. J. Revell, R. E. Glor, and J. B. Losos. 2010. Ecological opportunity and the rate of morphological evolution in the diversification of Greater Antillean anoles. Evolution 64:2731-2745. PDF, Supplementary Materials, Cover Art
       Rodríguez Schettino, L., J.B. Losos, P.E. Hertz, K. de Queiroz, A.R. Chamizo, M. Leal, and V. Rivalta González. 2010. The anoles of Soroa: Aspects of their ecological relationships. Breviora 520:1-22. PDF, Supplementary Material

       Losos, J., E. Braun, D. Brown, S. Clifton, S. Edwards, J. Gibson-Brown, T. Glenn, L. Guillette, D. Main, P. Minx, W. Modi, M. Pfrender, D. Pollock, D. Ray, A. Shedlock, and W. Warren. 2005. Proposal to sequence the first reptilian genome: the green anole lizard, Anolis carolinensis. Submitted to National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH.

       Losos, J.B., and G.C. Mayer, Editors.  1991.  Anolis Newsletter IV.  Div. Amphibians and Reptiles, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution: Washington, D.C.  144 pp. PDF.
       Losos, J.B., and M. Leal. 1999. Anolis Newsletter V. Washington University, St. Louis.  125 pp. PDF.

       Losos, J.B.  1991.  The phylogenetic perspective (review of D.R. Brooks and D.A. McLennan. 1991. Phylogeny, Ecology, and Behavior).  Science 252: 1002-1003.
       Losos, J.B.  2000. Ecological character displacement and the study of adaptation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 97: 5693-5695. PDF.
       Losos, J.B.  2001. A close-up look at adaptive radiation (review of D. Schluter. 2000. The Ecology of Adaptive Radiation). Trends Ecol. Evol. 16:264-265. PDF.
       Huey, R.B., J.B. Losos, and C. Moritz. Are Lizards Toast? Ecology 328:832-833. PDF
       Leal, M. and J.B. Losos. 2010. Communication and speciation. Nature 467:159-160. PDF

       Losos, J.B., and K. de Queiroz.  1997.  Darwin's lizards.  Natural History 106(11):34-39. PDF
       Losos, J.B. 1999.  Fossil records document macroevolutionary change of species. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Sept. 11, p.31.
       Losos, J.B. 2001. Evolution: A lizard's tale. Scientific American 284(3): 64-69. PDF.
       Spiller, D., T. Schoener, and J. Losos. 2009. Leapin' Lizards! Abaco Life Fall/Holiday: 18-24. PDF.
       Losos, J.B. 2009. Darwin, lizards, and evolution. ReVista 8:11-13. PDF

       Co-organizer, Symposium on Anolis Biology, 1989 meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
       Member, Committee on the Integrative Role of Systematics in Ecology, Systematics Agenda 2000: Integrating Biological Diversity and Societal Needs, jointly sponsored by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists, the Society of Systematic Biologists, and the Willi Hennig Society, 1991-1993
       Member, Board of Governors, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1992-1995
       Organizer, Symposium on phylogeny and comparative biology, meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, 1994
       Co-chair, American Society of Zoologists annual meeting, 1994
       Research Associate, Department of Vertebrate Zoology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, 1995-2007
       Associate Editor, Evolution, 1998-2000
       Associate Editor, American Naturalist, 1998-2002
       Editor, American Naturalist, 2002-2006
       Co-organizer, Symposium on Anolis Biology, 1999 meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
       Director (Washington University), Organization for Tropical Studies, 1999-
       Board of Science Advisors, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, 1999-2002
        Edward Osborne Wilson Naturalist Award Committee, American Society of Naturalists, 1998-2000
           Chair, 1999-2000
       Conservation Science Panel, Sustainable Ecosystems Institute, 2000-
       Conservation Fellow, Conservation Institute, Saint Louis Zoological Park, 2003-
       Co-organizer, 50th annual systematics symposium, Missouri Botanical Garden, "Species reconsidered: Consequences for Biodiversity and Evolution."   October, 2003
       Science Advisory Panel, Soundprint Media, Inc., proposal to the National Science Foundation to create a 13-part public radio series, Science Applied
       Science Advisory Board, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, 2005-

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