Listed below are Schall references on subjects other than parasites, such as lizard ecology, diet selection, physiological ecology, and the geography of species richness. For each publication, a pdf is available (click the link). For the parasite papers, go to the "Publications" link above.

Martinsen, E. S. and J. J. Schall. 2014. Reuse of nest sites by Pelagic Cormorants in northern California. Western Birds 45:183-189. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 2014. Malaria Parasites. Comparative Genomics, Evolution, and Molecular Biology. M. Carlton, S. L. Perkins, and K. W. Deitsch (eds.). (Book Review) Journal of Wildlife Diseases 50:423-425. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 2000. Learning in free-ranging populations of the whiptail lizard, Cnemidophrous murinus. Herpetologica 56:38-45. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1999. Evolution flies (Letter to Editor). Science 286:411. [PDF]

Staats, C. M., T. Bartolotta, and J. J. Schall. 1997. Body size and perching behavior of Anolis sabanus, the solitary anole of Saba, Netherlands Antilles. Herpetological Natural History 5:157-163. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1996. Cnemidophorus murinus ruthveni (Bonaire whiptail lizard), seeds in diet. Herpetological Review 27:142-143. [PDF]

Staats, C. M. and J. J. Schall. 1996. The Saban Anole. Saba Conservation Foundation, Netherlands Antilles, 19 pp. (Not peer reviewed)

Schall, J. J. and M. D. Dearing. 1995. Body temperature of the herbivorous Bonaire island whiptail lizard (Cnemidophorus murinus). Journal of Herpetology 28:526-528. [PDF]

Dearing, M. D. and J. J. Schall. 1994. Atypical reproduction and sexual dimorphism of the tropical Bonaire Island whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus murinus. Copeia 1994:761-766. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1993. Community ecology of Cnemidophorus lizards in southwestern Texas: A test of the weed hypothesis. pp 319-343 in J. W. Wright and L. J. Vitt (eds) Biology of Whiptail Lizards (Genus Cnemidophorus), University of Oklahoma Press. [PDF]

Dearing, M. D. and J. J. Schall. 1992. Testing models of optimal diet assembly by the generalist herbivorous lizard Cnemidophorus murinus. Ecology 73:845-858. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. and S. Ressel. 1991. Toxic plant compounds and the diet of the predominantly herbivorous whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus arubensis. Copeia 1991:111-119. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1991. Ecology of Reptiles (book review). American Scientist 79:80 [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1990. Aversion of whiptail lizards (Cnemidophorus) to a model alkaloid. Herpetologica 46:34-39. [PDF]

Schall, J. J., C. R. Bromwich, J. L. Werner, and J. Midlege. 1989. Clubbed regenerated tails in Agama agama and their possible use in social interactions. Journal of Herpetology 23:303-305. [PDF].

Schall, J. J. 1983. Small clutch size in a tropical whiptail lizard (Cnemidophorus arubensis). Journal of Herpetology 17:406-408. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1981. Parthenogenetic lizards: r-selected reproductive characteristics? American Naturalist 117:212-216. [PDF]

Pianka, E. R. and J. J. Schall. 1981. Species densities of Australian vertebrates. In A. Keast (ed.) Ecological Biogeography of Australia, Junk, Netherlands. (Reprinted 1983, 1985 [Second Edition] In Archer, M. (ed.) Vertebrate Zoogeography and Evolution in Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Kinsington, Australia.) [PDF]

Schall, J. J. and E. R. Pianka. 1980. Evolution of escape behavior diversity. American Naturalist 115:551-566. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. and E. R. Pianka. 1978. Geographic trends in numbers of species. Science 201:679-686. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1978. Reproductive strategies in sympatric whiptail lizards, Cnemidophorus: two parthenogenetic and three bisexual species. Copeia 1978:108-116. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. and E. R. Pianka. 1977. Species densities of reptiles and amphibians in the Iberian Peninsula. Donana Acta Vertebrata 4:27-34. [PDF]

Schall, J. J. 1977. Thermal ecology of five sympatric Cnemidophorus. Herpetologica 33:261-272. [PDF]