10. Gaieck, W., J.P. Lawrence, M. Montchal, W. Pandori, and E. Valdez-Ward. 2020. Opinion: Science policy for scientists: A simple task for great effect. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (35): 20977–20981.
9. Lawrence, J.P.*, B. Rojas*, A. Fouquet, J. Mappes, A. Blanchette, R.A. Saporito, R.J. Bosque, E.A. Courtois, and
B.P. Noonan. 2019. Weak warning signals can persist in absence of gene flow. Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences 116 (38): 19037-19045. *Equal contribution
8. Umbers, K.D.L., J.L. Riley, M.B.J. Kelly, G. Taylor-Dalton, J.P. Lawrence, and P.G. Byrne. 2020.
Educating the enemy: Harnessing learned avoidance behaviour in wild predators to increase survival of reintroduced
Southern Corroboree Frogs. Conservation Science and Practice. 2: e139.
7. Lawrence, J.P. 2018. Differential responses to forest edges among populations of Oophaga pumilio
(Anura: Dendrobatidae) from Panama. Phyllomedusa 17: 247-253.
6. Bosque R.J., J.P. Lawrence, R. Buchholz, G.R.N. Colli, J. Heppard, and B.P. Noonan. 2018. Diversity of warning
signals and social interaction influences the evolution of imperfect mimicry. Ecology and
Evolution. 8: 7490–7499.
5. Lawrence, J.P., M. Mahony, and B.P. Noonan. 2018. Differential responses of avian and mammalian predators to
phenotypic variation in Australian Brood Frogs. PLoS ONE 13 (4) e0195446.
4. Lawrence. J.P. and B.P. Noonan. 2018. Avian learning favors colorful, not bright, signals. PLoS ONE 13 (3):
Lawrence, J.P. and G.R. Urquhart. 2021. Demographic responses in a population of the Strawberry Poison Dart Frog (Oophaga pumilio) after the addition of artificial rearing sites. Herpetologica. In review.
Lawrence, J.P. 2021. Variable conservation of morphological features in a polytypic frog (Oophaga pumilio). PeerJ. In review.
Lawrence, J.P., B. Rojas, J. Mappes, J, Yeager, and J. Endler. Polymorphism and polytypism revisited: when phenotype varies across a landscape but terminology does not. Anticipated submission in spring 2021.
Rojas, B., J.P. Lawrence, and R. Márquez. "The evolution of coloration in amphibians: crypsis, aposematism and sexual selection." Evolutionary Ecology in Amphibians. Anticipated chapter submission in Summer 2021.