Publications

Muñoz Lab Grad Student; Muñoz Lab Undergraduate, Muñoz Lab Postdoc

24. Muñoz MM, Price SA. The future is bright for evolutionary morphology and biomechanics in the era of big data. Integrative and Comparative Biology (In Review)

23. Muñoz MM. The evolutionary dynamics of mechanically complex systems. Integrative and Comparative Biology (In Review)

22. 3Farallo VR, Muñoz MM, Uyeda JC, Miles DB. Spatial scale modulates patterns of niche evolution in plethodontid salamanders. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (In Revision)

21. Salazar JC2, Castañeda MR, Londoño GA, Bodensteiner BL1Muñoz MM. 2019. Physiological evolution during adaptive radiation: A test of the island effect in Anolis lizards. Evolution [pdf]

20. Muñoz MM, Bodensteiner BL1. 2019. Janzen’s Hypothesis meets the Bogert effect: Connecting climate and behavior to predict physiological evolution. Integrative Organismal Biology 1:1-12. [pdf] (Invited Contribution for Inaugural Issue)

19. Kuo C-Y, Muñoz MM, Irschick DJ. 2019. Lizard foraging: A perspective integrating sensory ecology and life histories. Pp. 87-106 in Behavior of Lizards: Evolutionary and Mechanistic Perspectives (V Bels & A Russell, Eds.) Taylor and Francis Publishing; Abingdon, UK. [link]

18. Domínguez–Guerrero SF, Muñoz MM, Pasten–Téllez DJ, Arenas-Moreno DM, Rodríguez-Miranda LA, Manríquez–Morán NI, Méndez–de la Cruz FR. 2019. Interactions between thermoregulatory behavior and physiological acclimatization in a wild lizard population. Journal of Thermal Biology 79:135-143. [pdf]

17. Muñoz MM, Hu Y, Anderson PSL, Patek SN. 2018. Strong biomechanical relationships bias the tempo and mode of morphological evolution. eLife 7:e37621. [pdf]

16. Boronow KE, Shields IH, Muñoz MM. 2018. Parallel behavioral divergence with macrohabitat in Anolis (Squamata: Dactyloidae) lizards from the Dominican Republic. Breviora 561:1-17. [pdf]

15. Muñoz MM, Losos JB. 2018. Thermoregulatory behavior simultaneously promotes and forestalls evolution in a
tropical lizard. American Naturalist 191: E15-E26. [pdf]

14.  Muñoz MM, Anderson PSL, Patek SN. 2017. Mechanical sensitivity and the dynamics of evolutionary rate shifts
in biomechanical systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 284:20162325. [pdf]

13. Muñoz MM, Langham GM, Brandley MC, Rosauer D, Williams SE, Moritz C. 2016. Basking behavior predicts the evolution of heat tolerance in Australian rainforest lizards. Evolution 70:2537-2549. [pdf]
Featured at Outside JEB

12. Muñoz MM, Moritz C. 2016. Adaptation to a changing world: Evolutionary resilience to climate change. Pp. 238-252 in How Evolution Shapes Our Lives: Essays on Biology and Society. (JB Losos & RE Lenski, Eds.) Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ. [link]

11. Phillips BL, Muñoz MM, Hatcher A, Macdonald S, Llewelyn J, Lucy V, Moritz C. 2016.  Heat hardening in a tropical lizard: Geographic variation explained by the predictability and variance in environmental temperatures. Functional Ecology 30:1161–1168. [pdf]

10. Conover AE, Cook EG, Boronow KE, Muñoz MM. 2015. Effects of ectoparasitism on behavioral thermoregulation in the tropical lizards, Anolis cybotes (Squamata: Dactyloidae) and A. armouri (Squamata: Dactyloidae). Breviora 545:1—13. [pdf]

9. Muñoz MM, Crandell KE, Campbell-Staton S, Fenstermacher K, Kim-Frank H, Van Middlesworth P, Sasa M, Losos  JB, Herrel A. 2015. Multiple paths to aquatic specialization in four species of Central American Anolis lizards.  Journal of Natural History49:1717—1730. [pdf]

8. Muñoz MM. 2015. The London Baedeker for the Darwin enthusiast. Evolution: Education and Outreach 8:1 [pdf]

7.  Muñoz MM, Wegener JE, Algar AC. 2014. Untangling intra- and interspecific effects on body size clines reveals divergent processes structuring convergent patterns in Anolis lizards. American Naturalist 184[pdf]
Featured at Science DailyScience World ReportHeritage Daily, and Phys.org

6.  Muñoz MM, Stimola MA, Algar AC, Conover A, Rodriguez A, Landestoy MA, Bakken GS, Losos JB. 2014. >Evolutionary stasis and lability in thermal physiology in a group of tropical lizards. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 281:20132433. [pdf]

5.  Muñoz MM, Crawford NG, McGreevy TJ, Messana NJ, Tarvin RD, Revell LJ, Zandvliet RM, Hopwood JM, Mock E, Schneider AL, Schneider CJ. 2013. Divergence in coloration and ecological speciation in the Anoles marmoratus species complex. Molecular Ecology 22:2668—2682. [pdf]

4.  Muñoz MM, Hewlett J. 2011. Ecological consequences of continual volcanic activity on the lizard, Anolis lividus, from Montserrat. Herpetological Review 42:160—165. [pdf]

3.  Yamaguchi A, Muñoz MM, Bose TO, Oberlander JG, Smith, S. 2010. Sexually distinct development of vocal pathways in Xenopus laevis. Developmental Neurobiology 70:862—874. [pdf]

2.  Crandall ED, Jones EM, Muñoz MM, Akinronbi B, Erdmann MV, Barber PH. 2008. Comparative phytogeography of two seastars and their ectosymbionts within the Coral Triangle. Molecular Ecology 17:5276—5290. [pdf]

1.  Reitzel AM, Sullivan JC, Brown BK, Chin, DW, Cira EK, Edquist SK, Genco BM, Joseph OC, Kaufman CA, Kovitvongsa K, Muñoz MM, Negri TL, Taffel JR, Zuehike RT, Finnerty JR. 2007. Ecological and developmentaldynamics of a host-parasite system involving a sea anemone and two ctenophores. Journal of Parasitology 93:1392—1402. [pdf]