Publications

Peer-reviewed | Presentations and Abstracts | Unreviewed


Peer-reviewed contributions

  1. Russell AP, Bergmann PJ, and Barbadillo LJ. 2001. Maximal caudal autotomy in Podarcis hispanica (Lacertidae): The caudofemoralis muscle is not sundered. Copeia 2001: 154-163. PDF
  2. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2001. Growth of the original tail in Anolis grahami: isometry of the whole is a product of regional differences. Journal of Herpetology 35: 232-238. PDF
  3. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2003. Lamellar and scansor numbers in lizards: patterns revealed through correlational analysis. Amphibia-Reptilia 24: 379-385. PDF
  4. Bergmann PJ, Lessard S, and Russell AP. 2003. Tail growth in Chamaeleo dilepis (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae): functional implications of segmental patterns. Journal of Zoology, London 261: 417-425. PDF
  5. Bergmann PJ, Hobbs AM, Kavalench ML, and Russell AP. 2004. Modulated but conserved segmental growth of the original tail in Callisaurus draconoides (Phrynosomatidae) and Calotes versicolor (Agamidae). Herpetologica 60: 62-74. PDF
  6. Kronauer DJC, Bergmann PJ, Mercer JM, and Russell AP. 2005. A phylogeographically distinct and deep divergence in the widespread Neotropical turnip-tailed gecko, Thecadactylus rapicauda. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 34: 431-437. PDF
  7. Melin AD, Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2005. Mammalian postnatal growth estimates: the influence of weaning on the choice of a comparative metric. Journal of Mammalogy 86: 1042-1049. PDF
  8. Bergmann PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2005. Effects of temperature on maximum clinging ability in a diurnal gecko: evidence for a passive clinging mechanism? Journal of Experimental Zoology 303A: 785-791. PDF
  9. Bergmann PJ, Melin AD, and Russell AP. 2006. Differential segmental growth of the vertebral column of the rat (Rattus norvegicus). Zoology 109: 54-65. PDF
  10. Bergmann PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2006. Effects of temperature on maximum acceleration, deceleration, and power output during vertical running in geckos. Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 1404-1412. PDF
  11. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2007. Systematics and biogeography of the widespread Neotropical gekkonid genus Thecadactylus (Squamata), with the description of a new cryptic species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 149: 339-370. PDF
  12. Lahr DJG, Bergmann PJ, and Lopes SBGC. 2008. The taxonomic identity in microbial eukaryotes: a practical approach using the testate amoeba Centropyxis to resolve conflicts between old and new taxonomic descriptions. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 55: 409-416. PDF
  13. Bergmann PJ, Meyers JJ, and Irschick DJ. 2009. Directional evolution of stockiness co-evolves with ecology and locomotion in lizards. Evolution 62: 215-227. PDF
  14. Bergmann, PJ, Irschick, DJ. 2010. Alternate pathways of body shape evolution translate into common patterns of locomotor evolution in two clades of lizards. Evolution 64: 1569-1582. PDF
  15. Frost, CL, Bergmann, PJ. 2012. Spatial Distribution and Habitat Utilization of The Zebra Tailed Lizard (Callisaurus draconoides). Journal of Herpetology 46: 203-208. PDF
  16. Bergmann, PJ, Irschick, DJ. 2012. Vertebral evolution and the diversification of squamate reptiles. Evolution 66: 1044-1058. PDF
  17. Bergmann, PJ, Berk, CP. 2012. The evolution of positive allometry of weaponry in horned lizards (Phrynosoma). Evolutionary Biology 39: 311-323. PDF
  18. McElroy, EJ, Bergmann, PJ. 2013. Tail autotomy, tail size and locomotor performance in lizards. Physiological & Biochemical Zoology 86: 669-679. PDF
  19. Bergmann, PJ. 2014. Convergent evolution of body shape in squamate reptiles. Accepted peer-reviewed book chapter, book title TBA.

Presentations and Abstracts

(All are oral presentations unless otherwise stated)

  1. Bergmann PJ. 1997. Multi-species enclosures: a practical solution using a quasi-ecological approach. Canadian Herpetological Symposium, Drumheller, Canada.
  2. Bergmann PJ. 1999. Hybridization, domestication, and conservation – Biological implications of inadvertent actions. Canadian Herpetological Symposium, Drumheller, Canada.
  3. Bergmann PJ. 2000. The effect of human-facilitated hybridization on conservation and biodiversity in herpetoculture. International Herpetological Symposium, New Orleans, USA.
  4. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2001. Unusual systematic and biogeographic characteristics of Thecadactylus rapicauda (Squamata: Gekkonidae): a proposed program of study with comments on some methodological problems. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and the Herpetologists' League. Indianapolis, USA. Poster.
  5. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2001. A test of the assumption of isometric tail growth and possible implications for morphometrics and functional ecology. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and the Herpetologists' League. Indianapolis, USA.
  6. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2001. Patterns of hindlimb segment growth in various lizards and their relation to lizard ecology. American Zoologist 41: 1390-1391.
  7. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2001. Differential tail growth in the lizard Anolis grahami. Prairie Universities Biological Symposium, Calgary, Canada.
  8. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2002. Phylogenetic and ecological aspects of hindlimb segment growth patterns in various lizards. Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists 33: 41.
  9. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2002. Growth of the original tail in iguanian lizards: Are segmental patterns of growth conserved? Integrative and Comparative Biology 42: 1195.
  10. Russell AP, and Bergmann PJ. 2003. Telling tails: Patterns of caudal growth among iguanian lizards. Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists 34(2): 91.
  11. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2003. As patterns breakdown: Conservatism in segmental tail growth of lizards. Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists 34(2): 28.
  12. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2003. Application of Bayesian inference in the phylogenetic analysis of multiple data sources: intraspecific systematics of the turnip-tailed gecko. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43: 830.
  13. Russell AP, Bergmann PJ, and Melin A. 2004. Segmental and regional growth in the rat vertebral column. Journal of Morphology 260: 324.
  14. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2004. Use of principal component analysis in modeling growth of segmental structures. Journal of Morphology 260: 278.
  15. Bergmann PJ, and Russell AP. 2004. Patterns of variation in relation to tail morphology, vertebral number and tail length in lizards. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44: 524.
  16. Bergmann PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2005. The temperature-dependence of clinging and sprinting ability in day geckos. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45: 964.
  17. Bergmann PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2005. The temperature-dependence of sprinting performance in day geckos (Phelsuma dubia). Annual Joint meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologies. New Orleans, USA.
  18. Bergmann PJ, Meyer JJ, and Irschick DJ. 2006. Evolving to be short and stubby: orthogenesis and grades of evolution in body plan in lizards. Annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Phoenix, USA.
  19. Bergmann PJ, Meyer JJ, and Irschick DJ. 2007. Tests of directional evolution in body proportions in lizards. Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists 38(2): 65.
  20. Bergmann PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2008. Conservatism in lizard vertebral number evolution is widespread but not universal. Annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. San Antonio, USA.

  21. Bergmann, PJ. 2008. Reduced constraint on vertebral number facilitates the diversification of lizards. Bull. Canadian Soc. Zool. 29(2): 79.
  22. Bergmann, PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2009. Alternate pathways in the evolution of body shape and locomotion in lizards. Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Boston, USA.
  23. Bergmann, PJ, and Irschick DJ. 2010. Tempo and mode of axial evolution: Is body elongation a key innovation? Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Seattle, USA.
  24. Bergmann, PJ. 2010. Characterizing macroevolution: The degree of clustering in phylomorphospace. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution. Portland, USA.
  25. Bergmann, PJ, and Berk, CP. 2011. The evolution of defensive horn allometry in horned lizards (Phrynosoma). Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution. Norman, USA.
  26. Bergmann, PJ, and Berk, CP. 2012. Evolution and integration of weapons in horned lizards (Phrynosoma). Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Charleston, USA.
  27. McElroy, EJ, and Bergmann, PJ. 2012 The impact of tail loss on locomotor performance. 7th World Congress of Herpetology. Vancouver, Canada.
  28. Gaudreau, MG, and Bergmann, PJ. 2013. Patterns of abiotic niche evolution in salamanders along different niche axis spatial scales. Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, San Francisco, USA. Poster.
  29. McElroy, EJ, and Bergmann, PJ. 2013. The evolution of tail size, tail autotomy, and locomotor performance in lizards. Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, San Francisco, USA.
  30. Bergmann, PJ, and McElroy, EJ. 2013. Many-to-many mapping of phenotype on function, and the F-array. Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, San Francisco, USA.
  31. Bergmann, PJ, and Hare-Drubka, M. 2014. Hindlimb muscle lever systems differ among joints and stride phases in basilisk lizards. Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, Austin, USA.
  32. McElroy, EJ, and Bergmann, PJ. 2014. Many-to-many mappingof phenotype to performance: An extension of the F-matrix for studying functional complexity. Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, Austin, USA.
  33. Morinaga, G, and Bergmann, PJ. 2014. Biogeography and body shape evolution in parallel radiations in the Australian skink genus, Lerista. Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, Austin, USA.
  34. Mitchell, A, and Bergmann, PJ. 2014. The effects of environmental temperature and moisture on temperature and moisture preferences in green frogs (Lithobates clamitans). Annual Meeting of Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology, Austin, USA.

Unreviewed contributions

  1. Bergmann PJ. 1996. The serpent’s tail. The OphidioFile 1: 38.
  2. Bergmann PJ. 1996. The serpent’s tail: Tooth talk. The OphidioFile 1: 38,29.
  3. Bergmann PJ. 1997. The natural history of the Central Asian Tortoise. Reptile Life 1: 20-23.
  4. Bergmann PJ. 1997. Multi-species enclosures: A practical solution using a quasi-ecological approach. Proceedings of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Canadian Herpetological Symposia: 127-135.
  5. Bergmann PJ. 2001. The effect of human-facilitated hybridization on conservation and biodiversity in herpetoculture. Proceedings of the 24th International Herpetological Symposium: 15-37.
  6. Bergmann PJ. 2013. Book Review of “Convergent Evolution: Limited Forms Most Beautiful” by G McGhee. Quarterly Review of Biology 87: 386.

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