Publications

  • Bold indicates members of my research group (post-2016), or staff on my Wetlands and Reptiles Project (pre-2016)

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2021

66. A. Hjort*, L. Browning*, S.Y.J. Angoh, J.E. Paterson, and C.M. Davy. (Accepted) Night moves: Nocturnal movements of endangered spotted turtles and Blanding’s turtles. Journal of Zoology.

65. Markle, C.E., T. Law, H. Freeman, B. Caverhill, C.M. Davy, J. Hathaway, J. McNeill, K. Moxley, S. Richer, P. Yannuzzi, and P. Chow-Fraser. (Accepted) Using the Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) plastron as a fingerprint: Non-invasive image identification for an at-risk species. Canadian Journal of Wildlife Biology and Management.

64. Davy, C.M., L. Shirose, L. Sigler, D. Campbell, R. Dillon, C. Mackenzie, N.M. Nemeth, T. Braithwaite, H. Cai, T. Degazio, T. Dobbie, S. Egan, H. Fotherby, J. Litzgus, P. Manarome, S. Marks, J.E. Paterson, D. Slavic, E. Slavik, J. Urquhart, and C. Jardine. (2021) Revisiting ophidiomycosis (snake fungal disease) after a decade of targeted research. Frontiers in Veterinary Sciences.

63. Sesin, V., C.M. Davy, and J. Freeland. (2021) Review of Typha spp. (cattails) as toxicity test species for the risk assessment of environmental contaminants on emergent macrophytes. Environmental Pollution.

62. Angoh, S.Y.J., J. Freeland, J. Paterson, P.A. Rupasinghe, and C.M. Davy. (2021) Effects of invasive wetland macrophytes on habitat selection and movement by freshwater turtles. Biological Invasions.

61. J.E. Paterson, S. Carstairs, and C.M. Davy. (2021) Population-level effects of wildlife rehabilitation and release vary with life-history strategy. Journal for Nature Conservation, 61: 125983.

60. Brown, L., and C.M. Davy. (2021) Evaluation of potential information available from spot patterns and carapace abnormalities of an endangered freshwater turtle, Clemmys guttata. Endangered Species Research.

59. Sesin, V., C.M. Davy, M.E. Dorken, J.M. Gilbert, and J.R. Freeland. (2021) Variation in glyphosate effects and accumulation in emergent macrophytes. Management of Biological Invasions, 12(1): 66-84.

2020

58. McKenzie, C.M, P.T. Oesterle, B. Stevens, L. Shirose, G. Mastromonaco, B.N. Lillie, C.M. Davy, C.M. Jardine, and N.M. Nemeth. (2020) Ophidiomycosis in red cornsnakes (Pantherophis guttatus): Potential roles of brumation and temperature on pathogenesis and transmission. Veterinary Pathology, 57(6), DOI: 10.1177/0300985820953423

57. Davy, C.M., K.A. Squires, and J.R. Zimmerling. (2020) Estimation of spatio-temporal trends in bat abundance from mortality data collected at wind turbines. Conservation Biology, 35(1): 227–238.

56. Davy, C.M.*, M.E. Donaldson*, H. Bandouchova, A.M. Breit, N.A.S. Dorville, Y.A. Dzal, V. Kovacova, E.L. Kunkel, N. Martínková, K.J.O. Norquay, J.E. Paterson, J. Zukal, J. Pikula, C.K.R. Willis, and C.J. Kyle. (2020) Transcriptional host-pathogen responses of Pseudogymnoascus destructans and three species of bats during white-nose syndrome. Virulence, 11:1,781-794.

55. Sesin, V., C.M. Davy, K. Stevens, R. Hamp, and J. Freeland. (2020) Glyphosate toxicity to native non-target macrophytes following three different routes of incidental exposure. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management.

54. McKenzie, C.M, P.T. Oesterle, B. Stevens, L. Shirose, B.N. Lillie, C.M. Davy, C.M. Jardine, N.M. Nemeth. (2020) Pathology associated with Ophidiomycosis in snakes in Ontario, Canada. The Canadian Veterinary Journal, 61(9): 957-962..

53. Riley, J., Hudson, S., Frenette-Ling, C., and C.M. Davy. (2020) All together now! Disentangling mechanisms of hatching synchrony in freshwater turtles. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 74: 58.

52. Langer, S., C. Kapron, and C.M. Davy. (2020) Abnormal persistence of the chorio-allantois is associated with severe developmental abnormalities in freshwater turtles. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 98(3): 229-235.

51. Rooney, R., C.M. Davy, J. Gilbert, R. Prosser, C. Robichaud, and C. Sheedy. (2020) Periphyton bioconcentrates pesticides downstream of catchment dominated by agricultural land use. Science of the Total Environment 702(1): 134472.

2019

50. McCune, J.L., S. Colla, L. Coristine, C.M. Davy, D.T. Flockhart, R. Schuster, D. Orihel. (2019) Are we accurately estimating the potential role of pollution in the decline of species at risk in Canada? FACETS, https://www.facetsjournal.com/doi/10.1139/facets-2019-0025

49. Paterson, J.E., J. Baxter-Gilbert, F. Beaudry, S. Carstairs, P. Chow-Fraser, C.B. Edge, A.M. Lentini, J.D. Litzgus, C.E. Markle, K. McKeown, J.A. Moore, J.M. Refsnider, J.L. Riley, J.D. Rouse, D.C. Seburn, J.R. Zimmerling, and C.M. Davy. (2019) Road avoidance and its energetic consequences on reptiles. Ecology and Evolution.

Blog post: https://ecologyandevolution.blog/2019/08/14/avoiding-roads-reptiles-take-paths-less-travelled/

48. Korpach, A., A. Mills, C. Heidenreich, C.M. Davy, and K. Fraser (2019) Blinded by the light? Circadian partitioning of migratory flights in a nightjar. Journal of Ornithology, DOI: 10.1007/s10336-019-01668-5.

47. Carstairs, S.*, J.E. Paterson,* K. Jaeger, A. Mui, D. Gasbarrini, and C.M. Davy. (2019) Population reinforcement accelerates subadult recruitment rates in an endangered freshwater turtle. Animal Conservation, https://doi.org/10.1111/acv.12503 

46. Massey, M. Congdon, J.C., Davy, C.M., Rollinson N. (2019) First evidence of metabolic heating in a freshwater turtle (Chelydra serpentina). Chelonian Biology and Conservation 18(2): 154-152.

45. Carstairs, S., M. Dupuis-Desmoreaux, and C.M. Davy. (2019) Revisiting the hypothesis of sex-biased turtle road mortality. Canadian Field Naturalist, http://dx.doi.org/10.22621/cfn.v132i3.1908

44. Coristine, L., S. Colla, N. Bennett, A. Carrlsson, C.M. Davy, K. Davies, B. Favaro, T. Flockhart, K. Fraser, D. Orihel, S. Otto, W. Palen, J. Polfus, O. Venter, and A.T. Ford. (2019) National contributions to global ecosystem values. Conservation Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13284

2018

43. Davy, C.M.*, M.E. Donaldson*, S. Subudhi*, N. Rapin*, L. Warnecke, J.M. Turner, T.K. Bollinger, C.J. Kyle, C.K.R. Willis, and V. Misra. (2018) White-nose syndrome is associated with increased replication of naturally persisting coronaviruses in bats. Scientific Reports

42. Fraser, K.C., K.T.A. Davies, C.M. Davy, A.T. Ford, D.T. Flockhart, and E.G. Martins. (2018) Tracking the conservation promise of movement ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2018.00150

41. Dupuis-Desmoreaux, M., C.M. Davy, A. Lathrop, E. Followes, A. Ramesbottom, A. Cheston and S. Macdonald. (2018) Colonization and usage of an artificial urban wetland complex by freshwater turtles. PeerJ. https://peerj.com/articles/5423/

40. Angoh, S.Y.J., L. Hooton and C.M. Davy. (2018) Can you Tell the Turtle by its Eggshell? Canadian Journal of Wildlife Biology and Management. http://cwbm.name/can-you-tell-the-turtle-by-its-eggshell/

39. Karson, A., S.Y.J. Angoh, and C.M. Davy. (2018) Depredation of Gravid Freshwater Turtles by Raccoons (Procyon lotor). Canadian Field Naturalist.

38. Davy, C.M., J. Skuza, and A. Whitear. (2018) Spiny Softshell Turtles (Apalone spinifera) Exhibit Scarring Consistent With Attempted Lamprey Bites. Canadian Field Naturalist.

37. Davy, C.M.,* M.E. Donaldson,* C.K.R. Willis, B. Saville, L. McGuire, H. Mayberry, A.E. Wilcox, G. Wibbelt, V. Misra, & C.J. Kyle. (2018) Environmentally persistent pathogens present unique challenges for studies of host–pathogen interactions: Reply to Field (2018), Ecology and Evolution, doi:10.1002/ece3.4035.

36. Donaldson, M.E., C.M. Davy, K.J. Vanderwolf, C.K.R. Willis, B. Saville, and C.J. Kyle. (2018) Growth media and incubation temperature alter the Pseudogymnoascus destructans transcriptome: implications in identifying virulence factors. Mycologia,  doi:10.1080/00275514.2018.1438223.

2017

35. Bennett, A., Steiner, J., Carstairs, S., Gielens, A., and C. Davy. (2017) A question of scale: Replication and the effective evaluation of conservation interventions. FACETS,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2017-0010

34. Subudhi, S., Rapin, N., Bollinger, T., Hill, J.E., Donaldson, M.E., Davy, C.M., Warenecke, L., Turner, J.M., Kyle, C.J.K., Willis, C.K.R., and Misra, M. (2017) A persistently infecting coronavirus in hibernating Myotis lucifugus, the North American little brown bat. Journal of General Virology, 98(9): 2297-2309, DOI: 10.1099/jgv.0.000898.

33. Donaldson, M.E.,* C.M. Davy*, C.K.R. Willis, S. McBurney, A. Park, & C.J. Kyle. (2017) Profiling the immunome of little brown myotis provides a yardstick for measuring the genetic response to white-nose syndrome. Evolutionary Applications, 10: 1076–1090, DOI: 10.1111/eva.12514.

32. Davy, C.M.,* M.E. Donaldson,* C.K.R. Willis, B. Saville, L. McGuire, H. Mayberry, A.E. Wilcox, G. Wibbelt, V. Misra, T. Bollinger, & C.J. Kyle. (2017) The Other White-nose Syndrome: Tolerant and susceptible hosts respond differently to the pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans. Ecology and Evolution, 7(18): 7161–7170, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3234

31. Davy, C.M., M.E. Donaldson, Y. Rico, C.L. Lausen, K. Dogantzis, K. Ritchie, C.K.R. Willis, D.W. Burles, T.S. Jung, S. McBurney, A. Park, D.J. McAlpine, K.F. Vanderwolf, & C.J. Kyle. (2017) Prelude to a panzootic: gene flow and immunogenetic variation in northern little brown myotis vulnerable to bat white-nose syndrome. FACETS, https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2017-0022

30. Davy, C.M., A.T. Ford, & K.C. Fraser. (2017) Aeroconservation for the fragmented skies. Conservation Letters, 10(6): 773–780, doi: 10.1111/conl.12347

29. McCune, J.L., A. Carlsson, S. Colla, C.M. Davy, B. Favaro, A.T. Ford, K.C. Fraser, & E.G. Martins. (2017) Assessing public commitment to endangered species protection: a Canadian case study. FACETS, doi: 10.1139/facets-2016-0054

2016

28. Davy, C.M., G.F. Mastromonaco, J.L. Riley, J.H. Baxter-Gilbert, H. Mayberry, & C.K.R. Willis. (2016) Physiological carry-over effects in bats exposed to an emerging pathogen implicate an overlooked potential driver of the extinction vortex. Conservation Biology,
31, 615-624. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12841

27. Rico, Y., D.M. Ethier, C.M. Davy, J. Sayers, R.D. Weir, B.J. Swanson, J.J. Nocera, & C.J. Kyle. (2016) Spatial patterns of immunogenetic and neutral variation underscore the conservation value of small, isolated American badger populations. Evolutionary Applications, 9: 1271-1284. doi: 10.1111/eva.12410

26. Whitear, A.K., Wang, X., Catling, P., McLennan, D. & Davy, C.M. (2016) The Scent of a Hatchling: inter-species variation in the use of chemosensory cues by hatchling freshwater turtles. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, doi: 10.1111/bij.12855

25. Davy, C.M. & A.K. Whitear. (2016) Feasibility and pitfalls of ex situ management to mitigate the effects of an environmentally persistent pathogen. Animal Conservation, 19:539-547. doi: 10.1111/acv.12274

2015

24. Davy, C., Kidd, A. & Wilson, C.C. (2015) Development and validation of environmental DNA (eDNA) for detection of freshwater turtles. PLoS ONE, 10(7): e0130965. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0130965

23. Davy, C.M.*, Martinez-Nuñez*, F., Willis, C.K., & Good, S.V. (2015) Spatial genetic structure among winter aggregations of bats along the leading edge of a rapidly spreading pathogen. Conservation Genetics, DOI: 10.1007/s10592-015-0719-z

22. Oddie, M., S.C. Coombes & C.M. Davy. (2015) Investigation of cues used by predators to detect snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) nests. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 93(4): 299-304.

21. Catrysse, J., E. Slavik, A. Leifso, J. Choquette & C.M. Davy. (2015) Mass mortality of mature female Northern Map Turtles (Graptemys geographica). Canadian Field Naturalist, 129(1): 80-83.

2014

20. Davy, C.M., J.E. Paterson & A.E. Leifso. (2014) When righting is wrong: performance measures require rank repeatability for estimates of individual fitness. Animal Behaviour, 93C:15-23. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.04.013

19. Davy, C.M. & R.W. Murphy. (2014) Conservation genetics of the endangered spotted turtle (Clemmys guttata) illustrates the risks of “bottleneck tests”. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 92(2): 149 – 162.

2013

18. Davy, C.M., P.H. Bernardo & R.W. Murphy. (2013) A Bayesian approach to conservation genetics of Blanding’s turtle (Emys blandingii) in Ontario, Canada. Conservation Genetics, DOI: 10.1007/s10592-013-0540-5.

17. Liu, Y., C.M. Davy, H.T. Shi & R.W. Murphy (2013) Sex in the half-shell: a review of the history, signal-function, and evolution of courtship behavior in freshwater turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1): 84 – 100

2012

16. Davy, C.M., D.M.R. Storisteanu, I.M. Conflitti & R.W. Murphy (2012) Isolation and characterization of eleven novel polymorphic microsatellite loci in the spiny softshell turtle (Apalone spinifera). Conservation Genetics Resources, 4(3): 759–761. DOI: 10.1007/s12686-012-9638-1.

15. Davy, C.M., A.E. Leifso, I.M. Conflitti & R.W. Murphy (2012) Characterization of 10 novel microsatellite loci and cross-amplification of two loci in the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina). Conservation Genetics Resources, 4(3): 695–698. DOI: 10.1007/s12686-012-9624-7.

14. Davy, C.M. & M.B. Fenton. (2012) Side-scan sonar enables rapid detection of aquatic reptiles in turbid lotic systems. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 59(1): 123-127. DOI 10.1007/s10344-012-0680-9

13. Blair, C.*, C.M. Davy*, A. Ngo, N.L. Orlov, H. Shi, S. Lu, L. Gao, D. Rao & R.W. Murphy. (2012) Genealogy and demographic history of a widespread amphibian throughout Indochina. Journal of Heredity, 104(1): 72-85. DOI:10.1093/jhered/ess079

2011

12. Davy, C.M., T. Edwards, A. Lathrop, M. Bratton, M. Hagan, K. Nagy, J. Stone, L.S. Hillard & R.W. Murphy. (2011) Polyandry and multiple paternities in the threatened Agassiz’s desert tortoise, Gopherus agassizii: conservation implications. Conservation Genetics, 12: 1313 – 1322.

11. Davy, C.M., F.R. Mendez-de la Cruz, A. Lathrop & R.W. Murphy. (2011) Traditional knowledge and molecular biology agree: No express train for island-hopping spiny-tailed iguanas in the Sea of Cortés. Journal of Biogeography, 38: 272 – 284.

2010

10. Davy, C.M., S.M. Coombes, A.K. Whitear & A.S. Mackenzie. (2010) Visible Implant Elastomer: A simple, non-harmful method for marking hatchling turtles. Herpetological Review, 41: 442 – 445.

9. Coombes, S.M. & C.M. Davy. (2010) Chelydra serpentina – Deformity. Herpetological Review, 41: 213.

2009

8. Davy, C.M., K.C. Shim & S.M. Coombes. (2009) Leech (Annelida: Hirudinea) infestations on Canadian turtles, including the first Canadian record of Helobdella modesta from freshwater turtles. Canadian Field Naturalist, 123: 44 – 47.

7. Spironello, M., L. Rizvi, D. Currie, C. Davy & R. Murphy. (2009) Isolation and characterization of eleven microsatellite loci from the black fly, Simulium negativum (Diptera: Simuliidae). Molecular Ecology Resources, 9: 969 – 971.

6. Davy, C.M. & R.W. Murphy. (2009) Explaining patterns of deformity in freshwater turtles using MacCulloch’s Hypothesis. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 87: 433 – 439.

5. Murray, K., E.E. Fraser, C.M. Davy, T.H. Fleming & M.B. Fenton. (2009) Variation in the echolocation calls of bats from Exuma, Bahamas. Acta Chiropterologica, 11: 514 – 524.

2007

4. Davy, C.M., D. Russo & M.B. Fenton. (2007) Use of native woodlands and traditional olive groves by foraging bats on a Mediterranean island: consequences for conservation. Journal of Zoology, 273: 397 – 405.

3. Davy, C.M.*, E. Crispo* & P.T.K. Woo. (2007) Use of a live Cryptobia vaccine to modulate Cryptobia salmositica infections in Salmo salar L. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 76: 45 – 48.

2. Zbinden J.A., C. Davy, D. Margaritoulis & R. Arlettaz. (2007) Large spatial variation and female-bias in the estimated sex ratio of loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings of a Mediterranean rookery. Endangered Species Research, 3: 305 – 312

1. Davy, C.M. & E.E. Fraser. (2007) Novel roosting behaviour in the Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus). Canadian Field Naturalist, 121: 420.

65. Markle, C.E., T. Law, H. Freeman, B. Caverhill, C.M. Davy, J. Hathaway, J. McNeill, K. Moxley, S. Richer, P. Yannuzzi, and P. Chow-Fraser. (Accepted pending minor revision) Using the Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) plastron as a fingerprint: Non-invasive image identification for an at-risk species. Canadian Journal of Wildlife Biology and Management

64. Davy, C.M., L. Shirose, L. Sigler, D. Campbell, R. Dillon, C. Mackenzie, N.M. Nemeth, T. Braithwaite, H. Cai, T. Degazio, T. Dobbie, S. Egan, H. Fotherby, J. Litzgus, P. Manarome, S. Marks, J.E. Paterson, D. Slavic, E. Slavik, J. Urquhart, and C. Jardine. (2021) Revisiting ophidiomycosis (snake fungal disease) after a decade of targeted research. Frontiers in Veterinary Sciences.

63. Sesin, V., C.M. Davy, and J. Freeland. (2021) Review of Typha spp. (cattails) as toxicity test species for the risk assessment of environmental contaminants on emergent macrophytes. Environmental Pollution.

62. Angoh, S.Y.J., J. Freeland, J. Paterson, P.A. Rupasinghe, and C.M. Davy. (2021) Effects of invasive wetland macrophytes on habitat selection and movement by freshwater turtles. Biological Invasions.

61. J.E. Paterson, S. Carstairs, and C.M. Davy. (2021) Population-level effects of wildlife rehabilitation and release vary with life-history strategy. Journal for Nature Conservation, 61: 125983.

60. Brown, L., and C.M. Davy. (2021) Evaluation of potential information available from spot patterns and carapace abnormalities of an endangered freshwater turtle, Clemmys guttata. Endangered Species Research.

59. Sesin, V., C.M. Davy, M.E. Dorken, J.M. Gilbert, and J.R. Freeland. (2021) Variation in glyphosate effects and accumulation in emergent macrophytes. Management of Biological Invasions, 12(1): 66-84.

2020

58. McKenzie, C.M, P.T. Oesterle, B. Stevens, L. Shirose, G. Mastromonaco, B.N. Lillie, C.M. Davy, C.M. Jardine, and N.M. Nemeth. (2020) Ophidiomycosis in red cornsnakes (Pantherophis guttatus): Potential roles of brumation and temperature on pathogenesis and transmission. Veterinary Pathology, 57(6), DOI: 10.1177/0300985820953423

57. Davy, C.M., K.A. Squires, and J.R. Zimmerling. (2020) Estimation of spatio-temporal trends in bat abundance from mortality data collected at wind turbines. Conservation Biology, 35(1): 227–238.

56. Davy, C.M.*, M.E. Donaldson*, H. Bandouchova, A.M. Breit, N.A.S. Dorville, Y.A. Dzal, V. Kovacova, E.L. Kunkel, N. Martínková, K.J.O. Norquay, J.E. Paterson, J. Zukal, J. Pikula, C.K.R. Willis, and C.J. Kyle. (2020) Transcriptional host-pathogen responses of Pseudogymnoascus destructans and three species of bats during white-nose syndrome. Virulence, 11:1,781-794.

55. Sesin, V., C.M. Davy, K. Stevens, R. Hamp, and J. Freeland. (2020) Glyphosate toxicity to native non-target macrophytes following three different routes of incidental exposure. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management.

54. McKenzie, C.M, P.T. Oesterle, B. Stevens, L. Shirose, B.N. Lillie, C.M. Davy, C.M. Jardine, N.M. Nemeth. (2020) Pathology associated with Ophidiomycosis in snakes in Ontario, Canada. The Canadian Veterinary Journal, 61(9): 957-962..

53. Riley, J., Hudson, S., Frenette-Ling, C., and C.M. Davy. (2020) All together now! Disentangling mechanisms of hatching synchrony in freshwater turtles. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 74: 58.

52. Langer, S., C. Kapron, and C.M. Davy. (2020) Abnormal persistence of the chorio-allantois is associated with severe developmental abnormalities in freshwater turtles. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 98(3): 229-235.

51. Rooney, R., C.M. Davy, J. Gilbert, R. Prosser, C. Robichaud, and C. Sheedy. (2020) Periphyton bioconcentrates pesticides downstream of catchment dominated by agricultural land use. Science of the Total Environment 702(1): 134472.

2019

50. McCune, J.L., S. Colla, L. Coristine, C.M. Davy, D.T. Flockhart, R. Schuster, D. Orihel. (2019) Are we accurately estimating the potential role of pollution in the decline of species at risk in Canada? FACETS, https://www.facetsjournal.com/doi/10.1139/facets-2019-0025

49. Paterson, J.E., J. Baxter-Gilbert, F. Beaudry, S. Carstairs, P. Chow-Fraser, C.B. Edge, A.M. Lentini, J.D. Litzgus, C.E. Markle, K. McKeown, J.A. Moore, J.M. Refsnider, J.L. Riley, J.D. Rouse, D.C. Seburn, J.R. Zimmerling, and C.M. Davy. (2019) Road avoidance and its energetic consequences on reptiles. Ecology and Evolution.

Blog post: https://ecologyandevolution.blog/2019/08/14/avoiding-roads-reptiles-take-paths-less-travelled/

48. Korpach, A., A. Mills, C. Heidenreich, C.M. Davy, and K. Fraser (2019) Blinded by the light? Circadian partitioning of migratory flights in a nightjar. Journal of Ornithology, DOI: 10.1007/s10336-019-01668-5.

47. Carstairs, S.*, J.E. Paterson,* K. Jaeger, A. Mui, D. Gasbarrini, and C.M. Davy. (2019) Population reinforcement accelerates subadult recruitment rates in an endangered freshwater turtle. Animal Conservation, https://doi.org/10.1111/acv.12503 

46. Massey, M. Congdon, J.C., Davy, C.M., Rollinson N. (2019) First evidence of metabolic heating in a freshwater turtle (Chelydra serpentina). Chelonian Biology and Conservation 18(2): 154-152.

45. Carstairs, S., M. Dupuis-Desmoreaux, and C.M. Davy. (2019) Revisiting the hypothesis of sex-biased turtle road mortality. Canadian Field Naturalist, http://dx.doi.org/10.22621/cfn.v132i3.1908

44. Coristine, L., S. Colla, N. Bennett, A. Carrlsson, C.M. Davy, K. Davies, B. Favaro, T. Flockhart, K. Fraser, D. Orihel, S. Otto, W. Palen, J. Polfus, O. Venter, and A.T. Ford. (2019) National contributions to global ecosystem values. Conservation Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13284

2018

43. Davy, C.M.*, M.E. Donaldson*, S. Subudhi*, N. Rapin*, L. Warnecke, J.M. Turner, T.K. Bollinger, C.J. Kyle, C.K.R. Willis, and V. Misra. (2018) White-nose syndrome is associated with increased replication of naturally persisting coronaviruses in bats. Scientific Reports

42. Fraser, K.C., K.T.A. Davies, C.M. Davy, A.T. Ford, D.T. Flockhart, and E.G. Martins. (2018) Tracking the conservation promise of movement ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2018.00150

41. Dupuis-Desmoreaux, M., C.M. Davy, A. Lathrop, E. Followes, A. Ramesbottom, A. Cheston and S. Macdonald. (2018) Colonization and usage of an artificial urban wetland complex by freshwater turtles. PeerJ. https://peerj.com/articles/5423/

40. Angoh, S.Y.J., L. Hooton and C.M. Davy. (2018) Can you Tell the Turtle by its Eggshell? Canadian Journal of Wildlife Biology and Management. http://cwbm.name/can-you-tell-the-turtle-by-its-eggshell/

39. Karson, A., S.Y.J. Angoh, and C.M. Davy. (2018) Depredation of Gravid Freshwater Turtles by Raccoons (Procyon lotor). Canadian Field Naturalist.

38. Davy, C.M., J. Skuza, and A. Whitear. (2018) Spiny Softshell Turtles (Apalone spinifera) Exhibit Scarring Consistent With Attempted Lamprey Bites. Canadian Field Naturalist.

37. Davy, C.M.,* M.E. Donaldson,* C.K.R. Willis, B. Saville, L. McGuire, H. Mayberry, A.E. Wilcox, G. Wibbelt, V. Misra, & C.J. Kyle. (2018) Environmentally persistent pathogens present unique challenges for studies of host–pathogen interactions: Reply to Field (2018), Ecology and Evolution, doi:10.1002/ece3.4035.

36. Donaldson, M.E., C.M. Davy, K.J. Vanderwolf, C.K.R. Willis, B. Saville, and C.J. Kyle. (2018) Growth media and incubation temperature alter the Pseudogymnoascus destructans transcriptome: implications in identifying virulence factors. Mycologia,  doi:10.1080/00275514.2018.1438223.

2017

35. Bennett, A., Steiner, J., Carstairs, S., Gielens, A., and C. Davy. (2017) A question of scale: Replication and the effective evaluation of conservation interventions. FACETS,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2017-0010

34. Subudhi, S., Rapin, N., Bollinger, T., Hill, J.E., Donaldson, M.E., Davy, C.M., Warenecke, L., Turner, J.M., Kyle, C.J.K., Willis, C.K.R., and Misra, M. (2017) A persistently infecting coronavirus in hibernating Myotis lucifugus, the North American little brown bat. Journal of General Virology, 98(9): 2297-2309, DOI: 10.1099/jgv.0.000898.

33. Donaldson, M.E.,* C.M. Davy*, C.K.R. Willis, S. McBurney, A. Park, & C.J. Kyle. (2017) Profiling the immunome of little brown myotis provides a yardstick for measuring the genetic response to white-nose syndrome. Evolutionary Applications, 10: 1076–1090, DOI: 10.1111/eva.12514.

32. Davy, C.M.,* M.E. Donaldson,* C.K.R. Willis, B. Saville, L. McGuire, H. Mayberry, A.E. Wilcox, G. Wibbelt, V. Misra, T. Bollinger, & C.J. Kyle. (2017) The Other White-nose Syndrome: Tolerant and susceptible hosts respond differently to the pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans. Ecology and Evolution, 7(18): 7161–7170, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3234

31. Davy, C.M., M.E. Donaldson, Y. Rico, C.L. Lausen, K. Dogantzis, K. Ritchie, C.K.R. Willis, D.W. Burles, T.S. Jung, S. McBurney, A. Park, D.J. McAlpine, K.F. Vanderwolf, & C.J. Kyle. (2017) Prelude to a panzootic: gene flow and immunogenetic variation in northern little brown myotis vulnerable to bat white-nose syndrome. FACETS, https://doi.org/10.1139/facets-2017-0022

30. Davy, C.M., A.T. Ford, & K.C. Fraser. (2017) Aeroconservation for the fragmented skies. Conservation Letters, 10(6): 773–780, doi: 10.1111/conl.12347

29. McCune, J.L., A. Carlsson, S. Colla, C.M. Davy, B. Favaro, A.T. Ford, K.C. Fraser, & E.G. Martins. (2017) Assessing public commitment to endangered species protection: a Canadian case study. FACETS, doi: 10.1139/facets-2016-0054

2016

28. Davy, C.M., G.F. Mastromonaco, J.L. Riley, J.H. Baxter-Gilbert, H. Mayberry, & C.K.R. Willis. (2016) Physiological carry-over effects in bats exposed to an emerging pathogen implicate an overlooked potential driver of the extinction vortex. Conservation Biology,
31, 615-624. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12841

27. Rico, Y., D.M. Ethier, C.M. Davy, J. Sayers, R.D. Weir, B.J. Swanson, J.J. Nocera, & C.J. Kyle. (2016) Spatial patterns of immunogenetic and neutral variation underscore the conservation value of small, isolated American badger populations. Evolutionary Applications, 9: 1271-1284. doi: 10.1111/eva.12410

26. Whitear, A.K., Wang, X., Catling, P., McLennan, D. & Davy, C.M. (2016) The Scent of a Hatchling: inter-species variation in the use of chemosensory cues by hatchling freshwater turtles. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, doi: 10.1111/bij.12855

25. Davy, C.M. & A.K. Whitear. (2016) Feasibility and pitfalls of ex situ management to mitigate the effects of an environmentally persistent pathogen. Animal Conservation, 19:539-547. doi: 10.1111/acv.12274

2015

24. Davy, C., Kidd, A. & Wilson, C.C. (2015) Development and validation of environmental DNA (eDNA) for detection of freshwater turtles. PLoS ONE, 10(7): e0130965. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0130965

23. Davy, C.M.*, Martinez-Nuñez*, F., Willis, C.K., & Good, S.V. (2015) Spatial genetic structure among winter aggregations of bats along the leading edge of a rapidly spreading pathogen. Conservation Genetics, DOI: 10.1007/s10592-015-0719-z

22. Oddie, M., S.C. Coombes & C.M. Davy. (2015) Investigation of cues used by predators to detect snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) nests. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 93(4): 299-304.

21. Catrysse, J., E. Slavik, A. Leifso, J. Choquette & C.M. Davy. (2015) Mass mortality of mature female Northern Map Turtles (Graptemys geographica). Canadian Field Naturalist, 129(1): 80-83.

2014

20. Davy, C.M., J.E. Paterson & A.E. Leifso. (2014) When righting is wrong: performance measures require rank repeatability for estimates of individual fitness. Animal Behaviour, 93C:15-23. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.04.013

19. Davy, C.M. & R.W. Murphy. (2014) Conservation genetics of the endangered spotted turtle (Clemmys guttata) illustrates the risks of “bottleneck tests”. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 92(2): 149 – 162.

2013

18. Davy, C.M., P.H. Bernardo & R.W. Murphy. (2013) A Bayesian approach to conservation genetics of Blanding’s turtle (Emys blandingii) in Ontario, Canada. Conservation Genetics, DOI: 10.1007/s10592-013-0540-5.

17. Liu, Y., C.M. Davy, H.T. Shi & R.W. Murphy (2013) Sex in the half-shell: a review of the history, signal-function, and evolution of courtship behavior in freshwater turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1): 84 – 100

2012

16. Davy, C.M., D.M.R. Storisteanu, I.M. Conflitti & R.W. Murphy (2012) Isolation and characterization of eleven novel polymorphic microsatellite loci in the spiny softshell turtle (Apalone spinifera). Conservation Genetics Resources, 4(3): 759–761. DOI: 10.1007/s12686-012-9638-1.

15. Davy, C.M., A.E. Leifso, I.M. Conflitti & R.W. Murphy (2012) Characterization of 10 novel microsatellite loci and cross-amplification of two loci in the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina). Conservation Genetics Resources, 4(3): 695–698. DOI: 10.1007/s12686-012-9624-7.

14. Davy, C.M. & M.B. Fenton. (2012) Side-scan sonar enables rapid detection of aquatic reptiles in turbid lotic systems. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 59(1): 123-127. DOI 10.1007/s10344-012-0680-9

13. Blair, C.*, C.M. Davy*, A. Ngo, N.L. Orlov, H. Shi, S. Lu, L. Gao, D. Rao & R.W. Murphy. (2012) Genealogy and demographic history of a widespread amphibian throughout Indochina. Journal of Heredity, 104(1): 72-85. DOI:10.1093/jhered/ess079

2011

12. Davy, C.M., T. Edwards, A. Lathrop, M. Bratton, M. Hagan, K. Nagy, J. Stone, L.S. Hillard & R.W. Murphy. (2011) Polyandry and multiple paternities in the threatened Agassiz’s desert tortoise, Gopherus agassizii: conservation implications. Conservation Genetics, 12: 1313 – 1322.

11. Davy, C.M., F.R. Mendez-de la Cruz, A. Lathrop & R.W. Murphy. (2011) Traditional knowledge and molecular biology agree: No express train for island-hopping spiny-tailed iguanas in the Sea of Cortés. Journal of Biogeography, 38: 272 – 284.

2010

10. Davy, C.M., S.M. Coombes, A.K. Whitear & A.S. Mackenzie. (2010) Visible Implant Elastomer: A simple, non-harmful method for marking hatchling turtles. Herpetological Review, 41: 442 – 445.

9. Coombes, S.M. & C.M. Davy. (2010) Chelydra serpentina – Deformity. Herpetological Review, 41: 213.

2009

8. Davy, C.M., K.C. Shim & S.M. Coombes. (2009) Leech (Annelida: Hirudinea) infestations on Canadian turtles, including the first Canadian record of Helobdella modesta from freshwater turtles. Canadian Field Naturalist, 123: 44 – 47.

7. Spironello, M., L. Rizvi, D. Currie, C. Davy & R. Murphy. (2009) Isolation and characterization of eleven microsatellite loci from the black fly, Simulium negativum (Diptera: Simuliidae). Molecular Ecology Resources, 9: 969 – 971.

6. Davy, C.M. & R.W. Murphy. (2009) Explaining patterns of deformity in freshwater turtles using MacCulloch’s Hypothesis. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 87: 433 – 439.

5. Murray, K., E.E. Fraser, C.M. Davy, T.H. Fleming & M.B. Fenton. (2009) Variation in the echolocation calls of bats from Exuma, Bahamas. Acta Chiropterologica, 11: 514 – 524.

2007

4. Davy, C.M., D. Russo & M.B. Fenton. (2007) Use of native woodlands and traditional olive groves by foraging bats on a Mediterranean island: consequences for conservation. Journal of Zoology, 273: 397 – 405.

3. Davy, C.M.*, E. Crispo* & P.T.K. Woo. (2007) Use of a live Cryptobia vaccine to modulate Cryptobia salmositica infections in Salmo salar L. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 76: 45 – 48.

2. Zbinden J.A., C. Davy, D. Margaritoulis & R. Arlettaz. (2007) Large spatial variation and female-bias in the estimated sex ratio of loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings of a Mediterranean rookery. Endangered Species Research, 3: 305 – 312

1. Davy, C.M. & E.E. Fraser. (2007) Novel roosting behaviour in the Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus). Canadian Field Naturalist, 121: 420.

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