Chapin KJ, Reed-Guy S. 2017. Territoriality mediates atypical size-symmetric cannibalism in the Amblypygi Phrynus longipes. Ethology. Link

Chapin KJ, Nonacs P, Hayes L. 2017. Evaluating an Open-Exam Approach to Engaging Students in Evolutionary Paradoxes: Cheating to Learn. American Biology Teacher 79:140–144. Link

Chapin KJ. 2017. Arthropod life history. In Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. Springer International Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-319-47829-6. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-47829-6_820-1. Link

Chapin KJ, Hebets EA. 2016. Invited Review: Behavioral Ecology of Amblypygi. Journal of Arachnology 44:1–14 (cover photo) Link

Winkler DE, Chapin KJ, Kueppers LM. 2016. Soil moisture mediates alpine life form and community productivity responses to warming. Ecology doi: 10.1890/15-1197.1 Link

Chapin KJ, Hill-Lindsay S. 2015. Territoriality evidenced by asymmetric intruder-holder motivation in an amblypygid. Behavioural Processes 122:110–115 Link

Chapin KJ. 2015. Cave-epigean behavioral variation of the whip spider Phrynus longipes (Arachnida: Amblypygi) evidenced by activity, vigilance, and aggression. Journal of Arachnology. 43:214–219. (cover photo) Link

Chapin KJ. 2014. Microhabitat and spatial complexity predict group size of the whip spider Heterophrynus batesii in Amazonian Ecuador. Journal of Tropical Ecology 30(2):173–177. Link

Chapin KJ. 2011. Ecology and natural history of the tree-inhabiting social amblypygid Heterophrynus batesii (Amblypygi: Phrynidae) in Eastern Amazonian Ecuador. Master Thesis, Biology. West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas Link

Chapin KJ. 2011. A subcuticular permanent marking technique (Visual Implant Elastomer) for Scorpions. Journal of Arachnology 39(1):194–6 Link

Chapin KJ, Meylan PA. 2011. Turtle populations at a heavily used recreational site: Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Columbia and Suwannee Counties, Florida. Herpetological Conservation & Biology 6(1):51–60 Link

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