Peer-Reviewed Publications

(U = undergraduate student; * = Co-first authorship)
  1. Huie JM*, Wainwright DK*, Summers AP, Cohen KE. 2022. Sticky, stickier, and stickiest - a comparison of adhesive performance in clingfish, lumpsuckers, and snailfish. Journal of Experimental Biology, 225(22), jeb244821. Data & Code
  2. Brodnick OB*, Hansen CE*, Huie JM, Brandl SJ, Worsaae K. 2022. Functional impact and trophic morphology of small, sand-sifting fishes on coral reefs. Functional Ecology, 36, 1936-1948. Data
  3. Huie JM, Summers AP. 2022. The effects of soft and rough substrates on suction-based adhesion. Journal of Experimental Biology, 225(9), jeb243773. Data & Code
  4. Huie JM, Summers AP, Kawano SM. 2022. SegmentGeometry: a tool for measuring second moment of area in 3D Slicer. Integrative Organismal Biology, 4(1), obac009. Data
  5. Woodruff ECU, Huie JM, Summers AP, Cohen KE. 2022. Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker armor - development, damage, and defense in the intertidal. Journal of Morphology, 283(2), 164-173. Data
  6. 2021
  7. Huie JM, Prates I, Bell RC, de Queiroz K. 2021. Convergent patterns of adaptive radiation between island and mainland Anolis lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 134(1), 95-110. Data & Code
  8. 2020
  9. Huie JM, Thacker CE, Tornabene L. 2020. Co-evolution of cleaning and feeding morphology in western Atlantic and eastern Pacific gobies. Evolution, 74(2), 419-433. Data & Code
  10. 2019
  11. George MN, Andino J, Huie JM, Carrington E. 2019. Microscale pH and dissolved oxygen fluctuations within mussel aggregations and their implications for mussel attachment and raft aquaculture. Journal of Shellfish Research, 38(3), 795-809.
  12. Huie JM, Summers AP, and Kolmann MA. 2019. Body shape separates guilds of rheophilic herbivores (Myleinae: Serrasalmidae) better than feeding morphology. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 166(1), 1-15.
  13. 2018
  14. Kolmann MA, Huie JM, Evans K, and Summers AP. 2018. Specialized specialists and the narrow niche fallacy: a tale of scale-feeding fishes. Royal Society open science, 5(1), 171581. Data & Code