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BY GEOGRPHIC LOCATION

Antarctica and Subantarctic Islands
161. Heatwole, H. 1983. Community structure of the organisms in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic soils. Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions Field Report, 1982-83 Season. ANARE News, Supplement 1 (1983): 81.

199. Miller, J.D., P. Horne, H. Heatwole, W.R. Miller and L. Bridges 1987 A survey of the terrestrial Tardigrada of the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica. Hydrobiologica. Chapter (pp.197-208) in: Biology of the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica (eds. J. M. Ferris, H. R. Burton, G. W. Johnstone and I. A. E. Bayly), Kluwer Academic Publishers [also Hydrobiologica 165: 197-208]

206. Heatwole, H., P. Saenger, A. Spain, E. Kerry and J. Donelan. 1989. Biotic and chemical characteristics of some soils from Wilkes Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 1: 225-234.

207. Ryan, P.G., B.P. Watkins, R. I. Lewis Smith, H. Dastych, A. Eicker, W. Foissner, H. Heatwole, W. R. Miller, and G. Thompson. 1989. Biological survey of Robertskollen, Western Dronning Maud Land: area description and preliminary species lists. S. Afr. T. Antarkt. 19: 10-20.

215. Heatwole, H. 1990. "Riding On" in Antarctica. Riding On. No. 29: 17.

224. Heatwole, H., M. Betts, J. Webb and P. 1991. Crosthwaite Birds of the northern Prince Charles Mountains Antarctica. Corella 15: 120-122.

246. Miller, W. R., H. Heatwole, R. W. J. Pidgeon and G. R. Gardiner. 1994. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the Larsemann Hills, East Antarctica. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 113: 142-160.

247. Miller, W. R., J. D. Miller and H. F. Heatwole 1994. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: assessing diversity within a sample. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 36: 137-145.

260. Miller, W.R., J. D. Miller and H. Heatwole. 1996. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 116: 175-184.

261. Miller, W. R. and H. Heatwole 1996. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 116: 245-260.

277. Heatwole, H., D. Alter, J. Charley, N. C. N. Stephenson, J. Bedford, P. O’Donoghue, W. R. Miller and F. Reay. 1999. From bedrock to biota: weathering, physico-chemical properties, protozoans and micrometazoans of some soils of East Antarctica. ANARE Reports, No. 140: 1-91.

280. Miller, W. R., S. K. Claxon and H. F. Heatwole 1999. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: Males in the genus Echinsicus (Tardigrada: Heterotardigrada). Zoologischer Anzeiger 238: 303-309.

287, Miller, W. R., D. S. Horning and H. F. Heatwole Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic: Macquarie Island, sub-Antarctica. Zoologischer Anzeiger 240: 475-491.
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Australia
64. Heatwole, H. 1968. Two records of Australian land-birds at sea. The Emu 68: 132.

69. Veron, J. and H.Heatwole. 1970. Temperature relations of the water skink, Sphenomorphus quoyii. Journal of Herpetology 4: 141-153.

70. Heatwole, H. 1970. Thermal ecology of the desert dragon, Amphibolurus inermis. Ecological Monographs 40: 425-457.

72. Webb, G. and H. Heatwole. 1971. Patterns of heat distribution within the bodies of some Australian pythons. Copeia 1971: 209-220.

74. Heatwole, H. 1971. Marine-dependent terrestrial biotic communities on some cays in the Coral Sea. Ecology 52: 363-366.

75. Heatwole, H., E. Cameron and G. Webb. 1971. Studies on anuran water balance. II. Evaporative loss, vital limit and behavioral responses to desiccation in Notaden bennetti. Herpetologica 27: 365-378.

77. Heatwole, H. and R. C. Newby. 1972. Interaction of internal rhythm and loss of body water in influencing activity levels of amphibians. Herpetologica 28: 156-162.

79. Heatwole, H., B. T. Firth and G. J. W. Webb. 1973. Panting thresholds of lizards. I. Some methodological and internal influences on the panting threshold of an agamid, Amphibolurus muricatus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 46A: 799-826.

80. Chong, G., H. Heatwole and B. T. Firth. 1973. Panting thresholds of lizards. II. Diel variation in the panting threshold of Amphibolurus muricatus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 46A: 827-829.

81. Heatwole, H., S. A. Minton Jr., G. Witten, M. Dick, J. Parmenter, R. Shine and C. Parmenter. 1973. Arboreal habits in Australian elapid snakes. HISS News-Journal 1: 113.

88. Heatwole, H., E. Heatwole and C. R. Johnson. 1974. Shark predation on sea snakes. Copeia 1974: 780-781.

89. Heatwole, H. and R. Seymour. 1975. Pulmonary and cutaneous oxygen uptake in sea snakes and a file snake. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 51: 399-405.

90. Heatwole, H., B. T. Firth and H. Stoddart. 1975. Influence of season, photoperiod and thermal acclimation on the panting threshold of Amphibolurus muricatus. Journal of Experimental Zoology 191: 183-192.

91. Parmenter, C. J. and H. Heatwole. 1975. Panting thresholds of lizards. IV. The effect of dehydration on the panting threshold of Amphibolurus barbatus and A. muricatus. Journal of Experimental Zoology 191: 327-332.

93. Heatwole, H. 1975. Voluntary submergence times of marine snakes. Marine Biology 32: 205-213.

94. Minton, S. and H. Heatwole. 1975. Sea snakes from three reefs of the Sahul Shelf. Chapter 5 (pp. 141-144) in: The Biology of Sea Snakes (ed. W. A Dunson), University Park Press, Baltimore, 530 pp.

95. Heatwole, H. 1975. Sea snakes of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Chapter 6 (pp. 145-149) in: The Biology of Sea Snakes (ed. W. A. Dunson), University Park Press, Baltimore, 530 pp.

96. Heatwole, H. 1975. Sea snakes found on reefs in the southern Coral Sea (Saumarez, Swains, Cato Island). Chapter 8 (pp. 163-171) in: The Biology of Sea Snakes (ed. W. A. Dunson), University Park Press, Baltimore, 530 pp.

97. Heatwole, H. 1975. Predation on sea snakes. Chapter 12 (pp. 233-249) in: The Biology of Sea Snakes (ed. W. A. Dunson), University Park Press, Basltimore, 530 pp.

99. Heatwole, H. 1975. Attacks by sea snakes on divers. Chapter 22 (pp. 503-516) in: The Biology of Sea Snakes (ed. W. A. Dunson), University Park Press, Baltimore, 530 pp.

100. Heatwole, H. 1976. The ecology and biogeography of coral cays. Chapter 11 (pp. 369-387) in: Biology and Geology of Coral Reefs (eds. O. A. Jones and R. Endean), Academic Press, New York, Vol. III, Biology 2, 435 pp.

104. Heatwole, H. and R. Shine. 1976. Mosquitoes feeding on ectothermic vertebrates: A review and new data. Australian Zoologist 19: 68-74.
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106. Firth, B. T. and H. Heatwole. 1976. Panting thresholds of lizards: The role of the pineal complex in panting responses in an agamid, Amphibolurus muricatus. General and Comparative Endocrinology 29: 388-401.

107. Heatwole, H. 1977. Heart rate during breathing and apnea in marine snakes (Reptilia, Serpentes). Journal of Herpetology 11: 67-76.

108. Done, B. S. and H. Heatwole. 1977. Effects of hormones on the aggressive behaviour and social organization of the scincid lizard, Sphenomorphus kosciuskoi. Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie 44: 1-12.

109. Heatwole, H. and J. E. N. Veron. 1977. Vital limit and evaporative water loss in lizards (Reptilia, Lacertilia): A critique and new data. Journal of Herpetology 11: 341-348.

110. Heatwole, H. 1977. Voluntary submergence time and breathing rhythm in the homalopsine snake, Cerberus rhynchops. Australian Zoologist 19: 155-167.

111. Done, B. S. and H. Heatwole. 1977. Social behavior of some Australian skinks. Copeia 1977: 419-429.

112. Heatwole, H. 1977. The Great Barrier Reef. Pp. 1-14 in: The Great Barrier Reef, A Diver's Guide (ed. P. Saenger), Poly-Graphics, Brisbane, 206 pp.

113. Heatwole, H. 1977. Cheloniidae (sea turtles). Pp. 147-149 in: The Great Barrier Reef, A Diver's Guide (ed. P. Saenger), Poly-Graphics, Brisbane, 206 pp.

114. Heatwole, H. 1977. Serpentes (sea snakes). Pp. 149-154 in: The Great Barrier Reef, A Diver's Guide (ed. P. Saenger), Poly-Graphics, Brisbane, 206 pp.

118. Heatwole, H. 1977. Sea snakes. Australia's Oceans 1: 126-131.

123. Heatwole, H. 1978. Sea snake attack: Myth or menace? Skindiving in Australia and New Zealand 8: 40-45.

124. Witten, G. J. and H. Heatwole. 1978. Preferred temperature of the agamid lizard Amphibolurus nobbi nobbi. Copeia 1978: 362-364.

127. Cameron, E., H. Cogger and H. Heatwole. 1978. A natural laboratory. Australian Natural History 19: 190-197.

128. Heatwole, H. and R. Seymour. 1978. Cutaneous oxygen uptake in three groups of aquatic snakes. Australian Journal of Zoology 26: 481-486.

130. Heatwole, H., S. A. Minton Jr, R. Taylor and V. Taylor. 1978. Underwater observations on sea snake behaviour. Records of the Australian Museum 31: 737-761.

131. Cogger, H. and H. Heatwole. 1978. Serpents of Australian seas. Australian Natural History 19: 260-265.

132. Powell, H. P., H. Heatwole and M. Heatwole. 1978. Winter aggregation of Leiolopisma guichenoti. British Journal of Herpetology 5: 789-791.

133. Cogger, H., H. Heatwole and C. Limpus. 1978. Reptiles. Pp 77-80 in: A Coral Reef Handbook (eds. P. Mather and I. Bennett). Great Barrier Reef Committee, Brisbane, 92 pp.

134. Heatwole, H., R. S. Seymour and M. E. D. Webster. 1979. Heart rates of sea snakes diving in the sea. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 62A: 453-456.

137. Heatwole, H. and C. R. Johnson. 1979. Thermoregulation in the red-bellied blacksnake, Pseudechis porphyriacus (Elapidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 63: 83-101.

139. Heatwole, H. and E. P. Finnie. 1980. Seal predation on a sea snake. Herpetofauna 11: 24.

140. Hicks, J. and H. Heatwole. 1980. Accidental commercial transport of a frog to Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. Herpetofauna 12: 24-25.

145. Heatwole, H. 1981. A Coral Island. William Collins Pty. Ltd., Sydney, 200 pp.

146. Heatwole, H., T. Done and E. Cameron. 1981. Community Ecology of a Coral Cay, A Study of One-Tree Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Dr. W. Junk, The Hague. Monographiae Biologicae 43: 1-379.

147. Cogger, H. G. and H. Heatwole. 1981. The Australian reptiles: origins, biogeography, distribution patterns and island evolution. Chapter 49 (pp. 1332-1373) in: Ecological Biogeography of Australia (ed. A. Keast), vol. 2 (pp. 809-1434), Dr. W. Junk, The Hague.

150. Heatwole, H. 1981. Temperature relationships of some sea snakes. The Snake 13: 53-57.

152. Heatwole, H. and H. Butler. 1981. Structure of an assemblage of lizards on Barrow Island, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Herpetology 1: 37-44.

155. Heatwole, H. and B. T. Firth. 1982. Voluntary maximum temperature of the Jackie Lizard, Amphibolurus muricatus. Copeia 1982: 824-829.

160. Heatwole, H. 1983. Interaction of plants and animals in development of coral cays. Proceedings of the Great Barrier Reef Conference, Townsville, Qld., 1983, pp. 385-390.

162. Heatwole, H. 1984. The cays of the Capricornia Section, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, and a history of research on their terrestrial biota. Pp 25-44 in: The Capricornia Section of the Great Barrier Reef, Past, Present and Future (eds. W. T. Ward and P. Saenger). Royal Society of Queensland and Australian Coral Reef Society Symposium, Brisbane, 181 pp.

163. Heatwole, H. 1984. Terrestrial vegetation of the coral cays, Capricornia Section, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Pp. 87-139 in: The Capricornia Section of the Great Barrier Reef, Past, Present and Future (eds. W. T. Ward and P. Saenger). Royal Society of Queensland and Australian Coral Reef Society Symposium, Brisbane, 181 pp.

165. Heatwole, H. and C. Limpus. 1984. Class Reptilia, sea snakes, turtles and lizards. Pp. 121-124 in: A Coral Reef Handbook, A Guide to the Fauna, Flora and Geology of Heron Island and Adjacent Reefs and Cays (eds. P. Mather and I. Bennett). Second Edition. The Australian Coral Reef Society, Brisbane, 144 pp.
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166. Cribb, A. B., V. T. Davies, H. Heatwole and D. M. Reeves. 1984. Terrestrial plants and arthropods. Pp. 131-137 in: A Coral Reef Handbook, A Guide to the Fauna, Flora and Geology of Heron Island and Adjacent Reefs and Cays (eds. P. Mather and I. Bennett). Second Edition. The Australian Coral Reef Society, Brisbane, 144 pp.

167. Heatwole, H. F. 1984. Island plant and animal life: biological microcosms. Pp. 324-353 in: Readers Digest Book of the Great Barrier Reef (eds. F. Talbot and R. Steene). Reader's Digest, Sydney, 384 pp.

168. Cogger, H. and H. Heatwole. 1984. Australian reptiles: origins, biogeography, distribution patterns and island evolution. Chapter 4.4 (pp. 343-360) in: Vertebrate Zoogeography and Evolution in Australasia, Animals in space and Time (eds. M. Archer and G. Clayton), Hesperian Press, Carlisle.

169. Cameron, E., H. Cogger and H. Heatwole. 1984. Torres Strait: a natural laboratory. Chapter 7.1 (pp. 1151-1155) in: Vertebrate Zoogeography and Evolution in Australasia, Animals in space and Time (eds. M. Archer and G. Clayton), Hesperian Press, Carlisle.

170. Heatwole, H. 1985. Brown noddy attacks mouse. Wilson Bulletin 97: 571-572.

173. Smith, J. M. B. and H. Heatwole. 1985. Notes on the changing flora of Heron Island and some other coral cays of the Capricornia Group, Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Naturalist 25: 126-133.

174. Daniels, C. and H. Heatwole. 1985. Predators of the water skink, Sphenomorphus quoyii. Herpetofauna 16: 6-15.

177. Heatwole, H. and M. Lowman. 1986. Dieback, Death of an Australian Landscape. Reed Books Pty. Ltd., Frenchs Forest, 150 pp.

178. Heatwole, H. and P. Saenger. 1986. Islands and birds. Oceanus 29: 94-97, 99.

180. Flood, P. G. and H. Heatwole. 1986. Coral cay instability and species-turnover of plants at Swain Reefs, southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Coastal Research 2: 479-496.

182. Heatwole, H. and R. Simpson. 1986. Faunal survey of New England. I. Introduction and general description of the area. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 22: 107-113.

184. Heatwole, H. F. 1986. Some Aspects of Phytogeography and Vegetation Dynamics of Islands of the Great Barrier Reef. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, 367 pp.

185. Heatwole, H. and S. Greathead. 1987. Bottle express to Santa. Australian Geographic. 1987, No. 5: 19.

186. Zimmerman, S. E. and H. Heatwole. 1987. Olive sea snake venom. Pp. 204-213 in: Toxic Plants and Animals, A Guide for Australia (eds. J. Covacevich, P. Davie and J. Pearn). Queensland Museum, South Brisbane, 504 pp.

188. Lowman, M. D. and H. Heatwole. 1987. The impact of defoliating insects on the growth of eucalypt saplings. Australian Journal of Ecology 12: 175-181.

190. Daniels, C. B., H. Heatwole and N. Oakes. 1987. Heating and cooling rates in air and during diving of the Australian water skink, Sphenomorphus quoyii. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 87A: 487-492.

191. Daniels, C. B., N. Oakes and H. Heatwole. 1987. Physiological diving adaptations of the Australian water skink, Sphenomorphus quoyii. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 88A: 187-199.

192. Heatwole, H. and M. Lowman. 1987. Dieback: Death of an Australian landscape. Pp. 42-49 in: If Atoms could Talk, Search and Serendipity in Australian Science (ed. R. Love). Greenhouse Publications, Richmone, Victoria, 249 pp.

194. Heatwole, H. 1987. Major components and distributions of the terrestrial fauna. Chapter 5 (pp. 101-135) in: Fauna of Australia, vol. 1A General Articles (ed. G. R. Dyne). Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 339 pp.

197. Heatwole, H. 1987. Some aspects of phytogeography and vegetation dynamics of islands of the Great Barrier Reef. Ph.D. thesis abstract. Australian Journal of Ecology 12: 440.

204. Heatwole, H. and T. A. Walker. 1989. Dispersal of alien plants to coral cays. Ecology 70: 787-790.
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208. Heatwole, H. 1989. The Life Above. Chapter (pp. 152-181) in: Exploring Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Watermark Press, Surry Hills, 240 pp.

210. Smith, J. M. B., H. Heatwole, M. Jones and B. M. Waterhouse. 1990. Drift disseminules on cays of the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Biogeography 17: 5-17.

211. Heatwole, H., P. Abbott and M. Jones. 1990. Egg-size and clutch-size of the Brown Booby, Sula leucogaster , at Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef. Corella 14: 51-52.

213. Daniels, C. B. and H. Heatwole. 1990. Factors affecting the escape behaviour of a riparian lizard. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 29: 375-387.

214. Zimmerman, K. and H. Heatwole. 1990. Cutaneous photoreception: a new sensory mechanism for reptiles. Copeia 1990: 860-862.

216. Zimmerman, K. D., G. R. Gates and H. Heatwole. 1990. Effects of venom of the Olive Sea Snake, Aipysurus laevis , on the behaviour and ventilation of three species of prey fish. Toxicon 28: 1469-1478.

217. Ménez, A., K. Zimerman, S. Zimmerman and H. Heatwole. 1990. Venom apparatus and toxicity of the centipede Ethmostigmus rubripes (Chilopoda, Scolopendridae). Journal of Morphology 206: 303-312.

218. Heatwole, H. F. 1990. Island plant and animal life: biological microcosms. Pp. 324-353 in: Readers Digest Book of the Great Barrier Reef (eds. F. Talbot and R. Steene). Reader's Digest, Sydney, 384 pp. Amended edition of 1984 version.

222. Heatwole, H. 1991. Factors affecting the number of species of plants on islands of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Biogeography 18: 213-221.

223. Asante, S. K., W. Danthanarayana and H. Heatwole 1991. Bionomics and population growth statistics of apterous virginoparae of woolly apple aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum, at constant temperatures. Entomologica Experimentalis et Applicata 60: 261-270.

225. Lane, S. G. and H. Heatwole 1991. Seabird islands No. 214 Distant Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland. Corella 15: 117-118

227. Lowman, M. D. and H. Heatwole 1992. Spatial and temporal variability in defoliation of Australian eucalypts. Ecology 73: 129-142.

228. Zimmerman, K. D., H. Heatwole and H. I. Davies. 1992. Survival times and resistance to sea snake (Aipysurus laevis) venom by five species of prey fish. Toxicon 30: 259-264.

229. Zimmerman, K. D. and H. Heatwole. 1992. Ventilation rates in three prey fish species treated with venom of the Olive Sea Snake, Aipysurus laevis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 102C: 421-425.

231. Zimmerman, S. E., H. H. [sic.] Heatwole, P. C. Andreopoulos and L. C. J. Yong. 1992. Proliferative glomerulonephritis in mice induced by sea snake (Aipysurus laevis ) venom. Experimental Toxicology and Pathology 44: 294-300.

233. Lowman, M., D. and H. Heatwole. 1993. Rural Dieback in Australia and subsequent landscape amelioration. Chapter (pp. 307-320) in: Forest Decline in the Atlantic and Pacific Region (editors: Huettl, and D. Mueller-Dombois). Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

234. Heatwole, H. and C. Limpus 1993. Class Reptilia, snakes, turtles and lizards. Chapter (pp. 198-204) in: A Coral Reef Handbook (eds P. Mathur and I. Bennett), Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.

235. Heatwole, H., D. M. Reeves, V. T. Davies and A. B. Cribb. 1993. The Biota of the Islands. Chapter (pp. 223-231) in: A Coral Reef Handbook (eds P. Mathur and I. Bennett), Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.

242. Zimmerman, K. D., Watters, D. J., Hawkins, C. J., Heatwole, H. 1993. Effects of fractions isolated from venom of the Olive Sea Snake, Aipysurus laevis, on the behavior and ventilation of a prey species of fish. Journal of Natural Toxins 2: 175-186.

245. King, P. and H. Heatwole 1994. Partitioning of aquatic oxygen uptake among different respiratory surfaces in a freely diving pleurodiran turtle, Elseya latisternum. Copeia 1994: 802-806.

249. King, P. and H. Heatwole 1994. Non-pulmonary respiratory surfaces of the chelid turtle, Elseya latisternum. Herpetologica 50:262-265.

250. Zimmerman, K. D., H. Heatwole and A. Menez 1994. Sea snakes in the Coral Sea: an expedition for the collection of animals and venom. Herpetofauna 24: 25-29.

251. Heatwole, H. and H. Cogger 1994. Sea snakes of Australia. Chapter 5 (pp. 167-205) in: Sea Snake Toxinology (edited by P. Gopalakrishnakone). Singapore University Press, Singapore.

257. Heatwole, H., J. de Bavay, P. Webber and G. Webb. 1995. Faunal survey of New England. IV. The frogs. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 38: 229-249.

263. Shelley, R. and H. Heatwole 1996 A second Australian record of the centipede, Asanada brevicornis Meinert (Scolopendromorpha). Entomologists’ Monthly Magazine 132: 280.

264. Heatwole, H, P. O’Neill, M. Jones and M. Preker. 1996 Long-term population trends of seabirds on the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef. Technical Report No. 12 Townsville, Cooperative Research Centre Reef Research Centre. 50 pp.
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265. O’Neill, P., H. Heatwole, M. Preker and M. Jones. 1996 Populations, movements and site fidelity of Brown and Masked Boobies on the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef, as shown by banding recoveries. Townsville, Cooperative Research Centre Reef Research Centre. Technical Report No. 11. 36 pp.

266. O’Neill, P and H. Heatwole 1996 Riptide Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland. Seabird Islands No. 231. Corella 20: 111-112.

267. Heatwole, H., M. D. Lowman, C. Donovan and M. McCoy. 1997 Phenology of leaf-flushing and macroarthropod abundances in canopies of Eucalyptus saplings. Selbyana 18: 200-214.

271. Burns, G. and H. Heatwole. 1998 Home range and habitat use of the olive sea snake, Aipysurus laevis, on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Herpetology 32: 350-358.

281. Heatwole, H., M.D. Lowman, and K. L. Abbott. 1999. Grazing on Australian eucalypt leaves by insects. Selbyana 20: 299-323.

282. Warburg, M. R., M. Rosenberg, J. R. Roberts and H. Heatwole. 2000. Cutaneous glands in the Australian hylid Litoria caerulea (Amphibia, Hylidae). Anatomy and Embryology 201: 341-348.

285. Burns, G. and H. Heatwole. 2000. Growth, sexual dimorphism, and population biology of the olive sea snake, Aipysurus larvis, on the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Amphibia-Reptilia 21: 289-300.

293. Heatwole, H., J. de Bavay, and P. Webber. 2003. Faunal survey of New England. V. The lizards and snakes. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 49: 299-325.

Botswana
286. Heatwole, H. 2001. Realized ant assemblages in the Namib, Kalahari and Kara-Kum deserts. Pp. 301-332 in: "Ecology of Desert Environments", edited by I. Prakash. Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur. Festschrift for John Cloudsley-Thompson.

China
232. Heatwole, H., L-Y. Zhang, Y. Zou, D. Hu and H. Cheng. 1992. The impact of Messor on vegetation in the southern Junggar Basin in summer. [In Chinese] Arid Zone Research 9: 33-38.

281. Cheng, H., G.-H. Yang and H. Heatwole. 2000. Ultrastructure of the skin mechanoreceptors of the Chinese giant salamander, Andrias davidianus. Journal of Morphology 245: 80-85.

284. Collingwood, C. and H. Heatwole. 1999. Ants from northwestern China (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Psyche 103: 1-24.

Finland
209. Heatwole, H. 1989. Changes in ant assemblages across an arctic treeline. Revue d'entomologie du Québec 34: 10-22.

Gough Island
236. Heatwole, H. 1993. Distribution of epiphytes on trunks of the arborescent fern, Blechnum palmiforme, at Gough Island, South Atlantic. Selbyana 14: 12-24.

Laos
294. Shear, W. S., R. M. Shelley, and H. Heatwole. 2003. Occurrence of the milliped, Sinocallipus simplopodicus Zhang, 1993 in Laos, with reviews of the Southeast Asian and global callipodidan faunas, and remarks on the phylogenetic position of the order (Callipodida: Sinocallipodidea: Sinocallipodidae). Zootaxa 365: 1-20.

295. Stuart, B. L. and H. F. Heatwole. 2004. A new Philautus (Amphibia: Rhacophoridae) from northern Laos. Asiatic Herpetological Research 10: 1-5.

302. Stuart, B. L., H. Heatwole and T. F. Lian. 2006. Record of the little-known Rana nigrotympanica Dubois, 1992 (Amphibia: Ranidae) from northern Laos. Hamadryad 30: 108-113.

Namibia
286. Heatwole, H. 2001. Realized ant assemblages in the Namib, Kalahari and Kara-Kum deserts. Pp. 301-332 in: "Ecology of Desert Environments", edited by I. Prakash. Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur. Festschrift for John Cloudsley-Thompson.

New Caledonia
193. Heatwole, H. and W. A. Dunson. 1987. Hematological parameters of some marine snakes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 113: 289-300.

275. Heatwole, H. and P. Abbott. 1998. Evidence for sidewinding in the banded sea krait, Laticauda colubrina. Herpetofauna 28: 14-15.

300. Heatwole, H., S. Busack and H. Cogger 2005 Geographic variation in sea kraits of the Laticauda colubrina complex (Serpentes: Elapidae: Hydrophiinae: Laticaudini). Herpetological Monographs 19: 1-136.

New Guinea
85. Cahill, M., H. Heatwole and B. Goldman. 1973. Ecology of the reefs. Chapter 9, pp. 209-229 in: New Guinea Barrier Reefs; Preliminary results of the 1969 Coral Reef Expedition to the Trobriand Islands and the Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea (Ed. W. Manser). University of Papua New Guinea Geology Department Occasional Papers 1, 356 pp.

86. Mann, E. B. and H. Heatwole. 1973. Ecology of the islands. Chapter 11, pp. 249-274 in: New Guinea Barrier Reefs; Preliminary Results of the 1969 Coral Reef Expedition to the Trobriand Islands and the Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea (Ed. W. Manser). University of Papua New Guinea Geology Department Occasional Papers 1: 356 pp.

92. Heatwole, H. 1975. Biogeography of reptiles on some of the islands and cays of eastern Papua New Guinea. Atoll Research Bulletin No. 80: 1-39.

272. Heatwole, H. and J. Powell. 1998 Resistance of eels (Gymnothorax) to the venom of sea kraits (Laticauda colubrina): a test of coevolution. Toxicon 36: 619-625.
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New Zealannd
157. Heatwole, H. 1982. Panting and other responses to high temperature in the tuatara, Sphenodon punctatus. New Zealand Wildlife Service Occasional Publications No. 2: 251-269.

Panama
22. Sexton, O. J., H. Heatwole and E. Meseth. 1963. Sesonal population changes in the lizard, Anolis limifrons, in Panama. American Midland Naturalist 69: 482-491.

23. Heatwole, H. 1963. The frog genus Pipa in Panama. Copeia 1963: 436-438.

31. Sexton, O. J., H. Heatwole and D. Knight. 1964. Correlation of microdistribution of some Panamanian reptiles and amphibians with structural organization of the habitat. Caribbean Journal of Science 4: 261-295.

41. Sexton, O. J. and H. Heatwole. 1965. Life history notes on some Panamanian snakes. Caribbean Journal of Science 5: 39-43.

42. Ortleb, E. and H. Heatwole. 1965. Comments of some Panamanian lizards with a key to the species from Barro Colorado Island, C. Z. and vicinity. Caribbean Journal of Science 5: 141-147.

43. Heatwole, H. and O. J. Sexton. 1966. Herpetofaunal comparison between two critical zones in Panama. American Midland Naturalist 75: 45-60.

48. Heatwole, H. 1966. Factors affecting orientation and habitat selection in some geckos. Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie 23: 301-314.

60. Sexton, O. J. and H. Heatwole. 1968. An experimental investigation of habitat selection and water loss in some anoline lizards. Ecology 49: 762-767.

Peru
262. Heatwole, H. 1996 Ant assemblages at their dry limits: the northern Atacama Desert, Peru, and the Chott El Djerid, Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 33:449-456.

Philippines
144. Heatwole, H. 1981. Role of the saccular lung in the diving of the sea krait, Laticauda colubrina (Serpentes: Laticaudidae). Australian Journal of Herpetology 1: 11-16.

Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
7. Weaver, J. D., H. Heatwole, J. R. Goreham and F. J. Rolle. 1961. Institute of Caribbean Studies field excursion to Isla Mona (5th-7th November, 1960). Caribbean Journal of Science 1: 30-35.

8. Heatwole, H. 1061. Review of current work in vertebrate zoology exclusive of birds and marine forms). Caribbean Journal of
Science 1: 83-85.

14. Heatwole, H., E. Ortiz, A. M. Diaz-Collazo and A. R. Jiminez-Velez. 1962. Aquatic tendencies in the Puerto Rican Pasture Lizard, Anolis pulchellus. Herpetologica 17: 272-274.

17. Heatwole, H. (editor). 1962. Status of Zoological Research in the Caribbean, No. 3. Institute of Caribbean Studies, Rio Piedras.

18. Heatwole, H. and F. J. Rolle (editors). 1962. Status of Zoological Research in the Caribbean, No. 4. Institute of Caribbean Studies, Rio Piedras.

24. Heatwole, H., D. S. Sade and R. Hildreth. 1963. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico. I. Herpetofauna of Cayo Santiago and Cayo Batata. Caribbean Journal of Science 3: 1-5.

27. Heatwole H. and F. Torres. 1963. Escape of Anolis cristatellus cristatellus by submerging in water. Herpetologica 19: 223.

30. Rolle, F. J., H. Heatwole, R. Levins and F. Torres. 1964. Faunal notes on Monito Island, Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 4: 321-322.

33. Heatwole, H., J. F. Arroyo-Salaman and G. Hernandez. 1964. Albinism in the bat, Molossus fortis. Journal of Mammalogy 45: 476.

35. Heatwole, H., F. Torres and A. Heatwole. 1965. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico. II. Distributional records for some of the outlying islands. Stahlia Miscellaneous Papers No. 4: 1-4.

36. Heatwole, H., N. Mercado and E. Ortiz. 1965. Comparison of critical thermal maxima of two species of Puerto Rican frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus. Physiological Zoology 38: 1-5.

38. Heatwole, H. 1965. Some aspects of the association of cattle egrets with cattle. Animal Behaviour 13: 79-83.

39. Heatwole, H. and P. J. Suarez-Lazu. 1965. Supernumerary legs in Bufo marinus and abnormal regeneration of the tail in Ameiva exsul. Journal of the Ohio Herpetological Society 5: 30-31.

47. Heatwole, H. and I. B. Banuchi. 1966. Envenomation by the colubrid snake, Alsophis portoricensis. Herpetologica 22: 132-134.

49. Daly, J. W. and H. Heatwole. 1966. Occurrence of carnosine in skin of certain leptodactylid frogs. Experientia 22: 1-3.

50. Heatwole, H. and F. Torres. 1967. Distribution and geographic variation of the ameivas of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico III. Studies of the Fauna of Curacao and other Caribbean Islands 92: 63-111.

51. Heatwole, H. Ecology in Puerto Rico. 1967. Revista Anual AMCPR de Ciencias y Matematica l: 13-14.
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52. Heatwole, H. and F. MacKenzie. 1967. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico. IV. Paleogeography, faunal similarity and endemism. Evolution 21: 429-438.

54. Torres, F. and H. Heatwole. 1967. Orientation of some scorpions and tailless whip-scorpions. Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie 24: 546-557.

55. Heatwole, H. 1967. Defensive behavior of some Panamanian scorpions. Caribbean Journal of Science 7: 15-17.

56. Torres, F. and H. Heatwole. 1967. Factors influencing behavioral interaction of female parent and offspring in scorpions. Caribbean Journal of Science 7: 19-22.

58. Heatwole, H. 1968. Relationship of escape behavior and camouflage in anoline lizards. Copeia 1968: 109-113.

59. Heatwole, H. 1968. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico. V. Description of a new species of Sphaerodactylus from Desecheo Island. Breviora of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 292: 1-8.

61. Heatwole, H., S. Blasini de Austin and R. Herrero. 1968. Heat tolerances of tadpoles of two species of tropical anurans. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 27: 807-815.

65. Heatwole, H., F. Torres, S. Blasini de Austin and A. Heatwole. 1969. Studies on anuran water balance. I. Dynamics of evaporative water loss by the Coqui, Eleutherodactylus portoricensis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 28: 245-270.

66. Heatwole, H., T. Lin, E. Villalón, A. Muñiz and A. Matta. 1969. Some aspects of the thermal ecology of Puerto Rican anoline lizards. Journal of Herpetology 3: 65-77.

68. Heatwole, H., A. Rossy, I. Colorado and R. Amadeo. 1970. Effects of radiation on a population of the Puerto Rican tree snail, Caracolus caracolla. Chapter E-1 (pp. E-17 to E-24) in: A Tropical Rain Forest, A Study in Irradiation and Ecology at El Verde, Puerto Rico (eds. H. T. Odum and R. F. Pigeon). Unites States Atomic Energy Commission, Oak Ridge.

76. Heatwole, H. and R. Levins. 1972. Biogeography of the Puerto Rican Bank: Flotsam transport of terrestrial animals. Ecology 53: 112-117.

82. Levins, R., M. L. Pressick and H. Heatwole. 1973. Coexistence patterns in insular ants. American Scientist 61: 463-472.

83. Heatwole, H. and R. Levins. 1973. Biogeography of the Puerto Rican Bank: Species-turnover on a small cay, Cayo Ahogado. Ecology 54: 1042-1055.

84. Levins, R. and H. Heatwole. 1973. Biogeography of the Puerto Rican Bank: Introduction of species onto Palominitos Island. Ecology 54: 1056-1064.

102. Heatwole, H. 1976. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico. VII. Geographic variation in the Anolis cristatellus complex in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History of the University of Kansas No. 46: 1-18.

125. Heatwole, H. and A. Heatwole. 1978. Ecology of the Puerto Rican camaenid tree snails. Malacologia 17: 241-315.

135. Rivero, J. A. and H. Heatwole. 1979. Herpetogeography of Puerto Rico. VI. A bibliography of the herpetology of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Smithsonian Herpetological Information Service No. 43: 1-17.

142. Heatwole, H. and B. Clarke. 1980. Microhabitat selection by color morphs of the snail, Bulimulus guadalupensis (Mollusca: Bulimulidae). Caribbean Journal of Science 16: 99-104.

149. Heatwole, H., R. Levins and M. D. Byer. 1981. Biogeography of the Puerto Rican Bank. Atoll Research Bulletin No. 251: 1-63.

171. Heatwole, H. 1985. Survey of the mangroves of Puerto Rico---a benchmark study. Caribbean Journal of Science 21: 85-99.

278. Heatwole, H., N. Poran and P. King. 1999. Ontogenetic changes in the resistance of bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) to the venom of copperheads (Agkistrodon contortrix contortrix) and cottonmouths (Agkistrodon piscivorus piscivorus). Copeia 1999: 808-814.

279. King, P. and H. Heatwole 1999. Seasonal comparisons of hemoglobins in three species of turtles. Journal of Herpetology 33: 691-694.

Solomon Islands
198. Cogger, H., H. Heatwole, Y. Ishikawa, M. McCoy, N. Tamiya and T. Teruuchi. 1987. The status and natural history of the Rennell Island Sea Krait, Laticauda crockeri (Serpentes: Laticaudidae). Journal of Herpetology 21: 255-266.

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103. Heatwole, H. and E. Davison. 1976. A review of caudal luring in snakes with notes of its occurrence in the Saharan Sand Viper, Cerastes vipera. Herpetologica 32: 332-336.

136. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir. 1979. Thermal microclimates in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 2: 119-136.

156. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir. 1982. Population densities, biomass and trophic relations of birds in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 5: 145-167.

181. Heatwole, H., R. Muir and E. Davison 1986. Oxygen consumption of some terrestrial invertebrates from the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. J. arid Environ. 4: 219-226.

202. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir. 1989. Seasonal and daily activity of ants in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 16: 49-67

203. Heatwole, H. and S. Harrington. 1989. Heat tolerances of some ants and beetles from the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 16: 69-77.

221. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir 1991. Foraging, abundance and biomass of ants in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 21: 337-350.

248. Wassenberg, T. J., J. P. Salini, H. Heatwole and J. D. Kerr 1994. The incidental capture of seasnakes (Hydrophiidae) by prawn trawlers in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 45: 429-443.
262. Heatwole, H. 1996 Ant assemblages at their dry limits: the northern Atacama Desert, Peru, and the Chott El Djerid, Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 33:449-456.

Turkmenistan
286. Heatwole, H. 2001. Realized ant assemblages in the Namib, Kalahari and Kara-Kum deserts. Pp. 301-332 in: "Ecology of Desert Environments", edited by I. Prakash. Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur. Festschrift for John Cloudsley-Thompson.

United Arab Emirates
220. Heatwole, H. 1991. The ant assemblage of a sand-dune desert in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Arid Environments 21: 71-79.

United States
1. Heatwole, H. 1959. The forest floor and its utilization by selected species of terrestrial amphibians. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 407 pp. Also on University Microfilms (L. C. card no. Mic 60-2537), 425 pp.

2. Heatwole, H. 1960. The forest floor and its utilization by selected species of terrestrial amphibians. Dissertation Abstracts 21: 380.

3. Davidson, M. and H. Heatwole. 1960. Late summer oviposition in the salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Herpetologica 16: 141-142.

4. Heatwole, H. 1960. Burrowing ability and behavioral responses to desiccation of the salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Ecology 41: 661-668.

5. Heatwole, H. and L. L. Getz. 1960. Studies on the amphibians and reptiles of Mud Lake Bog in southern Michigan. Jack-Pine Warbler 38: 107-112.

6. Heatwole, H. 1961. Rates of desiccation and rehydration of eggs in a terrestrial salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Copeia 1961: 110-112.

9. Heatwole, H. 1061. Inhibition of digital regeneration of salamanders and its use in marking individuals for field studies. Ecology 42: 593-594.

10. Heatwole, H. 1961. Analysis of the forest floor habitat with a structural classification of the litter or L layer. Ecological Monographs 31: 267-283.

11. Heatwole, H. 1961. Habitat selection and activity of the Wood Frog, Rana sylvatica Le Conte. American Midland Naturalist 66: 301-313.

12. Heatwole, H. and K. Lim. 1061. Relation of substrate moisture to absorption and loss of water by the salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Ecology 42: 814-819.

13. Heatwole, H. and F. H. Test. 1961. Cannibalism in the salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Herpetologica 17: 143.

15. Heatwole, H. and A. Heatwole. 1962. Weight-length curve of the salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Journal of the Ohbio Herpetological Society 3: 37-39.

16. Test, F. H. and H. Heatwole. 1962. Nesting sites of the Red-backed Salamander, Plethodon cinereus, in Michigan. Copeia 1962: 206-207.

20. Heatwole, H. 1962. Environmental factors influencing local distribution and activity of the salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Ecology 43: 460-472.

21. Heatwole, H., D. M. Davis and A. M. Wenner. 1962. The behaviour of Megarhyssa, a genus of parasitic hymenopterans (Ichneumonidae: Ephialtinae). Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie 19: 652-664.

32. Heatwole, H., D. M. Davis and A. M. Wenner. 1964. Detection of mates and hosts by parasitic insects of the genus Megarhyssa (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). American Midland Naturalist 71: 374-381.

37. Heatwole, H. and D. M. Davis. 1965. Ecology of three sympatric species of parasitic insects of the genus Megarhyssa (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Ecology 46: 140-150.

44. Heatwole, H. 1966. Moisture exchange between the atmosphere and some lichens of the genus Cladonia. Mycologia 58: 148-156.

57. Heatwole, H. and A. Heatwole. 1968. Movements, host-fungus preferences and longevity of Bolitotherus cornutus (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 61: 18-23.

62. Heatwole, H. and A. Heatwole. 1968. Motivational aspects of feeding behavior in toads. Copeia 1968: 962-968.

253. Heatwole, H. and N. Poran. 1995. Resistances of sympatric and allopatric eels to sea snake venoms. Copeia 1995: 136-147.

296. Green, J. M., H. Heatwole, B. Black and N. Poran. 2004. Effect of the venoms of two viperid snakes, the copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) and the cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus), on the liver and kidney of the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana). Russian Journal of Herpetology 11: 21-29.

297. Frear, L. A. and H. Heatwole. 2005. Anolis carolinensis: A temperate anole that is a potentially continuous breeder. Russian Journal of Herpetology 12: 98-102.

Venezuela
10. Heatwole, H. 1961. Analysis of the forest floor habitat with a structural classification of the litter or L layer. Ecological Monographs 31: 267-283.

19. Heatwole, H. 1962. Contributions to the natural history of Eleutherodactylus cornutus maussi. Stahlia Miscellaneous Papers 2: 1-11.

25. Heatwole, H. 1963. Ecologic segregation of two species of tropical frogs in the genus Eleutherodactylus. Caribbean Journal of Science 3: 17-23.

29. Heatwole, H. 1963. Contribucion a la historia natural de Eleutherodactylus terraebolivaris (Anura). Acta Biologica Venezuelica 3: 301-313.

40. Heatwole, H., H. Solano de Chacin and A. Heatwole. 1965. Notes on amphibians from the Venezuelan Guayanas with description of two new forms. Acta Biologica Venezuelica 4: 349-364.

46. Test, F. H., O. J. Sexton and H. Heatwole. 1966. Reptiles of Rancho Grande and vicinity, Estado Aragua, Venezuela. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology of the University of Michigan No. 128: 1-63.

 

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