PUBLICATIONS

2022
 

25. Hileman, E. T., R. Powell, and M. E. Gifford. In press. Senescence and differential size-based survival in the Puerto Rican Giant Groundlizard, Philodiscelis exsul (Squamata: Teiidae), on Guana Island, British Virgin Islands. Herpetologica 78.

 

2021

 

24. Yackel Adams, A. A., P. D. Barnhart, G. H. Rodda, E. T. Hileman, M. G. Nafus, and R. N. Reed. 2021. Can we prove that an invasive species is absent? Evaluating whether Brown Treesnakes are established on the island of Saipan using surveillance and expert opinion. Management of Biological Invasions 12: 901–926. PDF

23. Xiong, P. X., F.T. Erickson, and E. T. Hileman. 2021. Natural history: Rhinella marina (Cane toad). Predation. Herpetological Review 52: 621–622. PDF

22. Goetz, S. M.* E. T. Hileman*, M. G. Nafus, A. A. Yackel Adams, A. Bryant, R. N. Reed, and S. R. Siers. 2021. Brown treesnake mortality after aerial application of toxic baits. Journal of Wildlife Management 85:1507–1514 *Joint-lead authors PDF

 

21. Henderson, R. W., E. T. Hileman, R. A. Sajdak, R. Powell, B. C. Harrison, and D. R. Bradke. 2021. Effects of body size, diet, and transience on the demography of the arboreal boid snake Corallus grenadensis on Carriacou (Grenada Grenadines, West Indies). Population Ecology 63:177–188. PDF

20. Hileman, E. T., D. R. Bradke, M. G. Nafus, A. A. Yackel Adams, and R. N. Reed. 2021. Surface material and snout-vent length predict vertical scaling ability in brown treesnakes: an evaluation of multispecies barriers for invasive species control on Guam. Management of Biological Invasions 12:457–475. PDF

 

2020
 

19. Kabat, K. L.  D. V. Young, P. X. Xiong, N. Van Ee, D. R. Bradke, E. T. Hileman, S. W. Gotte, D. G. Mulcahy, and M. G. Nafus. 2020. Geographic distribution: Hemidactylus cf. platyurus (Asian Flat-Tailed House Gecko). Herpetological Review 51:540–541. PDF

18. Hileman, E. T., B. A. Eichelberger, J. Liske-Clark, P. D. Barnhart, R. N. Reed, A. A. Yackel Adams, and M. G. Nafus. 2020. Landscape dominance of introduced herpetofauna on an oceanic island. Global Ecology and Conservation 22:e00984.
doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2020.e00984

17. Siers, S. R., J. D. Eisemann, W. C. Pitt, L. Clark, R. J. Gosnell, A. F. Collins, S. M. Goetz, E. T. Hileman, M. G. Nafus, A. A. Yackel Adams, M. C. Messaros, and W. G. N. Coon. 2020. Automated aerial baiting for invasive brown treesnake control: system overview and program status. in Proceedings of the 29th Vertebrate Pest Conference. 2-5 March 2020, Santa Barbara, California, USA. PDF

 

16. Van Ee, N. B., P. X. Xiong, D. V. Young, K. L. Kabat, D. R. Bradke, E. T. Hileman, S. W. Gotte, D. G. Mulcahy, and M. G. Nafus. 2020. Geographic distribution: Hemidactylus tenkatei (=H. murrayi = H. cf. brookii) (Spotted House Gecko). Herpetological Review 51:540–541. PDF

 

2018

 

15. Bradke, D. R., R. L. Bailey, J. F. Bartman, H. Campa III, E. T. Hileman, C. Krueger, N. Kudla, Y. M. Lee, A. J. Thacker, and J. A. Moore. 2018. Sensitivity analysis using site-specific demographic parameters to guide research and management of threatened eastern massasaugas. Copeia 106:600–610. PDF

 

14. Bradke, D. R., E. T. Hileman, J. F. Bartman, L. J. Faust, R. B. King, N. Kudla, and J. A. Moore. 2018. Implications of small population size in a threatened pitviper. Journal of Herpetology 52:387–397. PDF

 

13. Cramer, K. L. and E. T. Hileman. 2018. Survival, movement, and abundance of a synanthropic population of the brown recluse spider, Loxosceles reclusa (Araneae: Sicariidae). Journal of Arachnology 46:420–427. PDF

12. Hileman, E. T. R. B. King, and L. J. Faust. 2018. Eastern massasauga demography and extinction risk under prescribed-fire scenarios. Journal of Wildlife Management 82:977–990. PDF

 

11. Hileman, E. T., M. C. Allender, D. R. Bradke, L. J. Faust, J. A. Moore, M. J. Ravesi, and S. J. Tetzlaff. 2018. Estimation of Ophidiomyces prevalence to evaluate snake fungal disease risk. Journal of Wildlife Management 82:173–181. PDF

2017

10. Hileman, E. T., R. B. King, J. M. Adamski, T. G. Anton, R. L. Bailey, S. J. Baker, N. D. Bieser, T. A. Bell, Jr., K. M. Bissell, D. R. Bradke, H. Campa, III, G. S. Casper, K. Cedar, M. D. Cross, B. A. DeGregorio, M. J. Dreslik, L. J. Faust, D. S. Harvey, R. W. Hay, B. C. Jellen, B. D. Johnson, G. Johnson, B. D. Kiel, B. A. Kingsbury, M. J. Kowalski, Y. M. Lee, A. M. Lentini, J. C. Marshall, D. Mauger, J. A. Moore, R. A. Paloski, C. A. Phillips, P. D. Pratt, T. Preney, K. A. Prior, A. Promaine, M. Redmer, H. K. Reinert, J. D. Rouse, K. T. Shoemaker, S. Sutton, T. J. VanDeWalle, P. J. Weatherhead, D. Wynn, and A. Yagi. 2017. Climatic and geographic predictors of life history variation in eastern massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus): a range-wide synthesis. Plos One 12:e0172011. PDF

 

 9. Hileman, E. T., R. Powell, G. Perry, K. Mougey, R. Thomas, and R. W. Henderson. 2017. Demography of the Puerto Rican racer, Borikenophis portoricensis (Squamata: Dipsadidae), on Guana Island, British Virgin Islands. Journal of Herpetology 51:454–460. PDF

 

 8. Hileman, E. T., J. Vechiet, and R. B. King. 2017. Natural history: Sistrurus catenatus (eastern massasauga). Dicephalism. Herpetological Review 48:585–586. PDF

 

 7. Polaski, R. A., E. T. Hileman, G. C, Mayer, G. W. Schuurman, and J. M. Kapfer. 2017. Geographic distribution: Thamnophis radix (plains gartersnake). Herpetological Review 48:591–592. PDF

 

 6. Slater, O. M., L. J. Faust, E. T. Hileman, and S. R. Lavin. 2017. Plasma vitamin, mineral and biochemistry concentrations in free-ranging, adult eastern massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) during spring egress. Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery 27:29‒35. PDF

 

 2016

5. Allender, M. C., E. T. Hileman, J. Moore, and S. Tetzlaff. 2016. Detection of Ophidiomyces, the causative agent of snake fungal disease, in the eastern massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) in Michigan, USA, 2014. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 52:694‒698. PDF

 

 4. Stedman, A. L., C. P. Jaeger, E. T. Hileman, B. C. Jellen, C. A. Phillips, B. J. Swanson, and R. B. King. 2016. Multiple paternity in three wild populations of eastern massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 11:160‒167. PDF

2015

 

 3. Allender, M. C., R. E. Junge, S. Baker-Wylie, E. T. Hileman, L. J. Faust, and C. Cray. 2015. Plasma electrophoretic profiles in the eastern massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) and influences of age, sex, year, location, and snake fungal disease. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 46:767‒773. PDF

 

 2. Hileman, E. T., D. R. Bradke, D. M. Delaney, and R. B. King. 2015. Protection by association: implications of scent trailing in neonate eastern massasaugas (Sistrurus catenatus). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 10:654‒660. PDF

 

 1. Hileman, E. T., J. M. Kapfer, T. C. Muehlfeld, and J. H. Giovanni. 2015. Recouping lost information when mark-recapture data are pooled: a case study of milksnakes (Lampropeltis triangulum) in the upper midwestern United States. Journal of Herpetology 49:428‒436. PDF

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Hileman, E. T. and D. R. Bradke. In press. Butler’s gartersnake species account in J. Kapfer and D. Brown, editors. Amphibians and Reptiles of Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, USA.

 

King, R. S., R. W. Hay, B. C. Harrison, E. T. Hileman, and C. S. Berg. In press. Eastern massasauga species account in J. Kapfer and D. Brown, editors. Amphibians and Reptiles of Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, USA.