Publications


*Indicates undergraduate coathor

  1. C.N. Keiser, S.J. Ingley, B.J. Toscano, I. Scharf and J.N. Pruitt. 2018. Habitat complexity dampens selection of prey personality. Ethology 124: 25-32. PDF

  2. B.J. Toscano, V. Hin and V.H.W. Rudolf. 2017. Cannibalism and intraguild predation community dynamics: coexistence, competitive exclusion, and the loss of alternative states. American Naturalist 190: 617-630. PDF

  3. B.J. Toscano. 2017. Prey behavioral reaction norms: response to threat predicts susceptibility to predation. Animal Behaviour 132: 147-153. PDF

  4. C.T. Kremer, A.K. Williams, M. Finiguerra, A.A. Fong, A. Kellerman, S.F. Paver, B.B. Tolar and B.J. Toscano. 2017. Realizing the potential of trait-based ecology: new tools and collaborative approaches. Limnology and Oceanography 62: 253-271. PDF

  5. B.J. Toscano, B.R. Rombado* and V.H.W. Rudolf. 2016. Deadly competition and life-saving predation: the potential for alternative stable states in a stage-structured predator-prey system. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283: 20161546. PDF

  6.  B.J. Toscano, N.J. Gownaris, S.M. Heerhartz and C.J. Monaco. 2016. Personality, foraging behavior and specialization: integrating behavioral and food web ecology at the individual level. Oecologia 182: 55-69. PDF

  7. B.J. Toscano and C.J. Monaco. 2015. Testing for relationships between individual crab behavior and metabolic rate across ecological contexts. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69: 1343-1351. PDF

  8. J.N. Griffin, B.J. Toscano, B.D. Griffen and B.R. Silliman. 2015. Does relative abundance modify multiple predator effects? Basic and Applied Ecology 16: 641-651. PDF

  9.  B.J. Toscano and B.D. Griffen. 2014. Trait-mediated functional responses: predator behavioral type mediates prey consumption. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 1469-1477. PDF Article highlighted by G. Kalinkat. 2014. Bringing animal personality into the food web arena. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 1245-1247.

  10. B.J. Toscano, B. Newsome* and B.D. Griffen. 2014. Parasite modification of predator functional response. Oecologia 175: 345-352. PDF

  11.  B.J. Toscano, J. Gatto* and B.D. Griffen. 2014. Effect of predation threat on repeatability of individual crab behavior revealed by mark-recapture. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68: 519-527. PDF

  12. B.J. Toscano and B.D. Griffen. 2013. Predator size interacts with habitat structure to determine the allometric scaling of the functional response. Oikos 122: 454-462. PDF

  13. B.D. Griffen, B.J. Toscano and J. Gatto*. 2012. The role of individual behavioral type in mediating indirect interactions. Ecology 93: 1935-1943. PDF

  14. F.J. Fodrie, M.C. Brodeur, B.J. Toscano and S.P. Powers. 2012. Friend or foe: kleptoparasitism, conflicting demands for prey, and the conditional dependence of risk taking. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 422: 114-121. PDF

  15. B.J. Toscano and B.D. Griffen. 2012. Predatory crab size diversity and bivalve consumption in oyster reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 445: 65-74. PDF

  16. B.J. Toscano, D. Pulcini, B. Hayden, T. Russo, M. Kelly-Quinn and S. Mariani. 2010. An ecomorphological framework for the coexistence of two cyprinid fish and their hybrids in a novel environment. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99: 768-783. PDF

  17. B.J. Toscano, F.J. Fodrie, S.L. Madsen and S.P. Powers. 2010. Multiple prey effects: agonistic behaviors between prey species enhances consumption by their shared predator. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 385: 59-64. PDF