• publications

    Womack, M.C., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Coloma, L.A., Chaparro, J.C., and Hoke, K.L. 2017. Earless toads sense low frequencies but miss the high notes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 284(1864), 20171670.

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    Womack, M.C., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., and Hoke, K.L. 2016. Better late than never: effective air-borne hearing of toads delayed due to late maturation of the tympanic middle ear structures. Journal of Experimental Biology. 219(20), 3246-3252.

    Pereyra, M. O.*, Womack, M.C.* et al. 2016. The complex evolutionary history of the tympanic middle ear in frogs and toads (Anura). Scientific Reports6, 34130.

    * co-first authors

    Babonis, L.S., Womack, M.C., and David, H.E. 2012. Morphology and putative function of the colon and cloaca of marine and freshwater snakes. Journal of Morphology. 273(1), 88-102.

  • in prep

    a subset of first-author manuscripts in revision, review, or prep

    Prolonged middle ear development in Rhinella horribilis

    In revision

    Journal of Morphology

    Remarkable high frequency hearing in earless and partially eared harlequin toads (Atelopus).

    In review

    Journal of Experimental Biology

    Modular evolution of the middle ear primes toads for ear loss

    In prep

    Evolution