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Copeia has a number of papers that have been made open access. Below is a list of open-access papers in chronological order. Authors interested in making their articles open access should contact the editor. Recent papers (2017–current) cost $500 each for open access for ASIH members and older papers (2000–2016) cost $200 each for open access for ASIH members.

2004

Michael J. Ghedotti, Andrew M. Simons, and Matthew P. Davis. 2004. Morphology and Phylogeny of the Studfish Clade, Subgenus Xenisma (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes). Copeia 2004:53-61.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-2004/issue-1/CI-02-184R2/Morphology-and-Phylogeny-of-the-Studfish-Clade-Subgenus-span-classgenus/10.1643/CI-02-184R2.short

2015

Matthew P. Davis. 2015. Evolutionary Relationships of the Deep-Sea Pearleyes (Aulopiformes: Scopelarchidae) and a New Genus of Pearleye from Antarctic Waters. Copeia 103:64-71.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-2015/issue-1/CI-14-139/Evolutionary-Relationships-of-the-Deep-Sea-Pearleyes-Aulopiformes--Scopelarchidae/10.1643/CI-14-139.full

William J. Matthews. 2015. Basic Biology, Good Field Notes, and Synthesizing Across your Career. Copeia 103:495–501.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-103/issue-3/OT-15-296/Basic-Biology-Good-Field-Notes-and-Synthesizing-across-Your-Career/10.1643/OT-15-296.full

2016

Rene P. Martin and Matthew P. Davis. 2016. Patterns of Phenotypic Variation in the Mouth Size of Lanternfishes (Teleostei: Myctophiformes). Copeia 104:795-807.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-104/issue-4/CI-15-345/Patterns-of-Phenotypic-Variation-in-the-Mouth-Size-of-Lanternfishes/10.1643/CI-15-345.full

2017

Michael J. Lannoo, Rochelle M. Stiles, Michael A. Sisson, Jonathan W. Swan, Vanessa C. K. Terrell, and Kelly E. Robinson. 2017. Patch Dynamics Inform Management Decisions in a Threatened Frog Species. Copeia 105:53–63.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-105/issue-1/CH-16-499/Patch-Dynamics-Inform-Management-Decisions-in-a-Threatened-Frog-Species/10.1643/CH-16-499.full

Tiago P. Carvalho, Roberto E. Reis, and Mark H. Sabaj. 2017. Description of a New Blind and Rare Species of Xyliphius (Siluriformes: Aspredinidae) from the Amazon Basin Using High-Resolution Computed Tomography. Copeia 105:14–28.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-105/issue-1/CI-16-456/Description-of-a-New-Blind-and-Rare-Species-of-Xyliphius/10.1643/CI-16-456.full

Edward Fernandez, Frances Irish, and David Cundall. 2017. How a Frog, Pipa pipa, Succeeds or Fails in Catching Fish. Copeia 105:108–119.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-105/issue-1/CH-16-510/How-a-Frog-Pipa-pipa-Succeeds-or-Fails-in-Catching/10.1643/CH-16-510.full

Jennifer Y. Lamb. 2017. Sexual Isolation between Two Sympatric Desmognathus in the Gulf Coastal Plain. Copeia 105:261–268.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-105/issue-2/CE-16-565/Sexual-Isolation-between-Two-Sympatric-Desmognathus-in-the-Gulf-Coastal/10.1643/CE-16-565.full

Jacqueline F. Webb and Jason B. Ramsay. 2017. New Interpretation of the 3-D Configuration of Lateral Line Scales and the Lateral Line Canal Contained within Them. Copeia 105:339–347.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-105/issue-2/CG-17-601/New-Interpretation-of-the-3-D-Configuration-of-Lateral-Line/10.1643/CG-17-601.full

Holly K. Kindsvater and Eric P. Palkovacs. 2017. Predicting Eco-evolutionary Impacts of Fishing on Body Size and Trophic Role of Atlantic Cod. Copeia 105:475–482.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-105/issue-3/OT-16-533/Predicting-Eco-evolutionary-Impacts-of-Fishing-on-Body-Size-and/10.1643/OT-16-533.full

David C. Fryxell and Eric P. Palkovacs. 2017. Warming Strengthens the Ecological Role of Intraspecific Variation in a Predator. Copeia 105:523–532.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-105/issue-3/CE-16-527/Warming-Strengthens-the-Ecological-Role-of-Intraspecific-Variation-in-a/10.1643/CE-16-527.full

Clint L. Bush, Jacquelyn C. Guzy, Kelly M. Halloran, Meredith C. Swartwout, Chelsea S. Kross, and John D. Willson. 2017. Distribution and Abundance of Introduced Seal Salamanders (Desmognathus monticola) in Northwest Arkansas, USA. Copeia 105:678–688.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-105/issue-4/CH-17-579/Distribution-and-Abundance-of-Introduced-Seal-Salamanders-iDesmognathus-monticola-i/10.1643/CH-17-579.full

2018

Michelle E. Thompson and Maureen A. Donnelly. 2018. Effects of Secondary Forest Succession on Amphibians and Reptiles: A Review and Meta-analysis. Copeia 106:10–19.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-106/issue-1/CH-17-654/Effects-of-Secondary-Forest-Succession-on-Amphibians-and-Reptiles/10.1643/CH-17-654.full

Terry C. Grande, W. Calvin Borden, Mark V. H. Wilson, and Lindsay Scarpitta. 2018. Phylogenetic Relationships among Fishes in the Order Zeiformes Based on Molecular and Morphological Data. Copeia 106:20–48.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-106/issue-1/CG-17-594/Phylogenetic-Relationships-among-Fishes-in-the-Order-Zeiformes-Based-on/10.1643/CG-17-594.short

Rhett M. Rautsaw, Scott A. Martin, Bridget A. Vincent, Katelyn Lanctot, M. Rebecca Bolt, Richard A. Seigel, and Christopher L. Parkinson. 2018. Stopped Dead in Their Tracks: The Impact of Railways on Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) Movement and Behavior. Copeia 106:135–143.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-106/issue-1/CE-17-635/Stopped-Dead-in-Their-Tracks--The-Impact-of-Railways/10.1643/CE-17-635.full

Will Selman and Peter V. Lindeman. 2018. Spatial, Seasonal, and Sexual Variation in the Diet of Graptemys flavimaculata, a Threatened Turtle of the Pascagoula River System, Mississippi, USA. Copeia 106:247–254.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-106/issue-2/CH-17-644/Spatial-Seasonal-and-Sexual-Variation-in-the-Diet-of-Graptemys/10.1643/CH-17-644.full

Javier Barrientos-Villalobos, Juan J. Schmitter-Soto, and Alejandro J. Espinosa de los Monteros. 2018. Several Subspecies or Phenotypic Plasticity? A Geometric Morphometric and Molecular Analysis of Variability of the Mayan Cichlid Mayaheros urophthalmus in the Yucatan. Copeia 106:268–278.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-106/issue-2/CI-17-657/Several-Subspecies-or-Phenotypic-Plasticity-A-Geometric-Morphometric-and-Molecular/10.1643/CI-17-657.full

David T. Camak and Kyle R. Piller. 2018. Going with the Flow: Testing the Role of Habitat Isolation among Three Ecologically Divergent Darter Species. Copeia 106:375–387.

https://bioone.org/journals/copeia/volume-106/issue-2/CG-17-623/Going-with-the-Flow--Testing-the-Role-of-Habitat/10.1643/CG-17-623.full

Mark Merchant, Dusty Savage, Amos Cooper, Monique Slaughter, Joshuah S. Perkin, and Christopher M. Murray. 2018. Nest Attendance Patterns in the American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis). Copeia 106:421–426.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-106/issue-3/CH-17-709/Nest-Attendance-Patterns-in-the-American-Alligator-Alligator-mississippiensis/10.1643/CH-17-709.short

W. Leo Smith, Chesney A. Buck, Gregory S. Ornay, Matthew P. Davis, Rene P. Martin, Sarah Z. Gibson, and Matthew G. Girard. 2018. Improving Vertebrate Skeleton Images: Fluorescence and the Non-Permanent Mounting of Cleared-and-Stained Specimens. Copeia 106:427–435.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-106/issue-3/CG-18-047/Improving-Vertebrate-Skeleton-Images--Fluorescence-and-the-Non-Permanent/10.1643/CG-18-047.full

2019

Franz Uiblein, Jørgen G. Nielsen, Carole C. Baldwin, Andrea M. Quattrini, and Ross Robertson. 2019. Discovery of a Distinctive Spotted Color Pattern in the Cuskeel Neobythites unicolor (Teleostei, Ophidiidae) Based on Underwater-Vehicle Dives, with New Records from the Southern and Eastern Caribbean. Copeia 107:277–286.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-107/issue-2/CI-18-148/Discovery-of-a-Distinctive-Spotted-Color-Pattern-in-the-Cuskeel/10.1643/CI-18-148.full

George C. Brooks, Jennifer A. Smith, Thomas A. Gorman, and Carola A. Haas. 2019. Discerning the Environmental Drivers of Annual Migrations in an Endangered Amphibian. Copeia 107:270-276.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-107/issue-2/CH-18-068/Discerning-the-Environmental-Drivers-of-Annual-Migrations-in-an-Endangered/10.1643/CH-18-068.full

G. David Johnson. 2019. Revisions of Anatomical Descriptions of the Pharyngeal Jaw Apparatus in Moray Eels of the Family Muraenidae (Teleostei: Anguilliformes). Copeia 107:341–357.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-107/issue-2/CI-19-211/Revisions-of-Anatomical-Descriptions-of-the-Pharyngeal-Jaw-Apparatus-in/10.1643/CI-19-211.short

Matthew T. McElroy and David A. Donoso. 2019. Ant Morphology Mediates Diet Preference in a Neotropical Toad (Rhinella alata). Copeia 107:430-438.

https://bioone.org/journals/Copeia/volume-107/issue-3/CH-18-162/Ant-Morphology-Mediates-Diet-Preference-in-a-Neotropical-Toad-Rhinella/10.1643/CH-18-162.full