Cover, Sept 2018
Cover, Sept 2019
Poo S, Kam Y-C, Fuh N-T, Chuang M-F*. (2022) Sex-specific oviposition site selection and hatching success in an arboreal treefrog: implications of a paternal nest-site selection. BMC Zoology, In Review.
Poo S*, Whitfield SM, Shepack A, Watkins-Colwell GJ, Nelson G, Goodwin J, Bogisich A, Brennan PLR, D’Agostino J, Koo MS, Mendelson JR, Snyder R, Wilson S, Aronsen GP, Bentley AC, Balckburn DC, Borths MR, Campbell ML, Conde DA, Cook JA, Daza JD, Dembiec DP, Dunnum JL, Early CM, Ferguson A, Greene A, Guralnick R, Janney C, Johnson D, Knightly F, Poulin S, Rocha L, Soltis PS, Thiers B, Chakrabarty P. (2022) Bridging the research gap between live collections in zoos and preserved collections in natural history museums. BioScience, biab022. PDF | URL
Poo S*, Bogisich A, Mack M, Lynn BK, Devan-Song A. (2022) Post-release comparisons of amphibian growth reveal challenges with sperm cryopreservation as a conservation tool. Conservation Science and Practice, e572. PDF | URL
Santymire RM*, Sacerdote-Velat AB, Gygli A, Keinath DA, Poo S, Hinkson KM, McKeag EM. (2021) Using dermal glucocorticoids to determine the effects of disease and environment on the critically endangered Wyoming toad. Conservation Physiology, 9:coab093. PDF | URL
Watt AM*, Marcec-Greaves R, Hinkson KM, Poo S, Roberts B, Pitcher TE. (2021) Effects of age on sperm quality metrics in endangered Mississippi gopher frogs (Lithobates sevosus) from captive populations used for controlled propagation and reintroduction efforts. Zoo Biology, 40:218-226 PDF | URL
Poo S*, Hinkson KM (2020) Amphibian conservation using assisted reproductive technologies: Cryopreserved sperm affects offspring morphology, but not behavior, in a toad. Global Ecology and Conservation 21:e00809 PDF | URL
Poo S,* Low M-R (2018) Multiple male amplexus in Feihyla hansenae (Family: Rhacophoridae). Herpetological Review 49(3): 516-517 PDF
† This study is featured as the cover story.
Chuang M-F, Kee W-H, Sun J-S, You C-H, Kam Y-C, Poo S* (2018) Effects of predation risk and oviposition site value on male nest guarding behavior and offspring survival in an arboreal-breeding treefrog. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71:122 PDF | URL
Poo S*, Erickson FT, Mason SA, Nissen BD (2017) Predation of Feihyla hansenae (Hansen’s bush frog) eggs by a nursery web spider. The Herpetological Bulletin 139: 36-37 PDF
Poo S*, Low M-R, Devan-Song A (2016) Xenochrophis flavipunctatus (Yellow-spotted keelback water snake): Diet. Herpetological Review 47(2):319 PDF
Poo S*, Ragsdale AB, Jenkins HER, Jacques LL, Tan E, Karraker NE (2016) Rhacophorus kio: Oviposition and nest construction. Herpetological Review 47(1):119-120 PDF
Priyadarshana TS*, Wijewardhane IH, Poo S (2015) Pseudophilautus popularis (Common shrub frog): Male territorial combat and vocal interaction in Sri Lanka. The Herpetological Bulletin 134:29-30 PDF
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Bickford D*, Poo S, Posa MRC (2012) Southeast Asian biodiversity crisis. In Gower D, Johnson K, Richardson J, Rosen B, Rüber L, Williams S (eds) Biotic evolution and environmental change in Southeast Asia. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. PDF |URL
* Corresponding author
Cover, May 2014
Popular Science Magazines & Articles
Poo S (2020). The Magical World of Amphibians. Overton Park Conservancy #NatureZen, 2020. Article
Poo S (2018). Conservation Feature Story: Tis the Season for Hibernation. ExZOOberence, 2018(5):15. PDF
Poo S, Bickford DP (2014) Exceptional parents – A frog that defies the rule. Natural History 2014(5): 12-15 PDF
† This study is featured as the cover story.
Poo S (2022) Zoos, herpetology, and the scientific community: an international perspective. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Symposium. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Spokane, WA, USA. Upcoming.
Poo S (2022) Biology Department Seminar. Rhodes College, TN, USA. Upcoming.
Poo S (2022) Women in Herpetology. Fundación Herpetológica Gustavo Orcés, Quito, ECUADOR.
Poo S (2021) Husbandry and management of amphibians: An example from the Memphis Zoo. The Amphibian Foundation, GA, USA.
Poo S (2020) Amphibian ecology and conservation: From basic science to applied conservation. Arkansas State University, AR, USA.
Poo S. (2020) Amphibian ecology and conservation: From basic science to applied conservation. Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Quito, ECUADOR.
Poo S (2019) Amphibian Conservation: Captive-breeding and sperm cryopreservation. Jambatu Center for Amphibian Research and Conservation, Quito, ECUADOR.
Poo S (2019) Amphibian Research: From natural field observations to ex situ conservation. Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Quito, ECUADOR.
Poo S (2018) Conservation Research in Zoos. Ordos Longsheng Safari Park, Inner Mongolia, CHINA.
Poo S (2017) Keynote: Integrating Research and Conservation: A Lesson from Amphibians. Shanghai International Conservation Festival, Shanghai, CHINA.
Poo S (2017) 融合研究與保護: 兩棲類的啟示. Shanghai Zoo, Shanghai, CHINA. (Talk given in Mandarin)
Poo S (2015) Video Interview: Amphibian Reproduction. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (previously Raffles Museum and National Museum of Singapore), Singapore.
Discovered a new species of Calliphorid fly in Thailand (Caiusa pooae) that preys upon treefrog eggs. This species was described by Prof. Kunt Rognes in 2015, who named the fly after me. Zootaza, 3952 (1): 001-080. PDF | URL
A grasshopper in Thailand (Striatosedulia pooae) was named after me by a student I mentored at the Sakaerat Environmental Research Station. This species was described by Tan et al in 2017. Far Eastern Entomologist, 333:1-9. PDF