* denotes undergraduate co-author
Maginnis TL. 2006. Leg regeneration in a stick insect stunts wing size and hinders flight performance (Sipyloidea sipylus). Proceedings of the Royal Society: B 273(1595): 1811-1814.
Maginnis TL. 2006. Costs of regeneration and autotomy in animals: a review and framework for future research. Behavioral Ecology 17(5): 857-872.
Maginnis TL and LP Maginnis. 2007. Aututomy and regeneration in Didymuria violescens (Phasmatodea) in New South Wales, Australia. The Australian Entomologist 34(1): 27-32.
Maginnis TL, CL Cool* and JL Muniz*. 2008. Some observations on the mating behavior of the giant walking stick Megaphasma dentricus. Texas Journal of Science 60(1): 57-62.
Maginnis TL. 2008. The cause of autotomy in a stick insect: predation versus molting. Florida Entomologist 91(1): 126-127.
Maginnis TL. 2009. New non-fiction: reviews and suggestions for their use in organismal courses. Bioscene 35(2): 46-49.
Maginnis TL and CR Redmond*. 2009. Leg regeneration trade-offs in the two-striped walking stick (Phasmatodea). Annuals of the Entomological Society of America 102(6): 1099-1104.
Ramsey ME, TL Maginnis, RY Wong, C Brock, ME Cummings. 2012. Identifying context-specific gene profiles of social, reproductive and mate preference behavior in a fish with female mate choice. Frontiers in Neurogenomics 6(62): 1-15.
Brady, PC, K Travis, TL Maginnis, and ME Cummings. 2013. The polarocryptic mirror: a biological adaptation for open-ocean camouflage. Proceedings of the National Acadmey of Sciences. 110(24): 9764–9769.
Maginnis TL, M Niederhausen, KS Bates*, TB White-Toney*. 2014. Patterns of Autotomy and Regeneration in Hemigrapsus nudus. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Behavior and Physiology. 47(3): 135-146.
Maginnis, TL, ML Isikbay*, SG Degerstedt*, TJ Luethke*, M Ortman*. 2015. Autotomy, regeneration and aggression in the purple shore crab, Hemigrapsus nudus. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Behavior and Physiology. 48(4): 241-251.
Maginnis, TL and CR Redmond*. 2016. Sexual vs. asexual reproduction in a stick insect (Megaphasma dentricus). The Texas Journal of Science. 65(1): 3-13.
Maginnis, TL. 2016. Expanded Northern Range of Acanthodoris rhodoceras in Oregon. The Dredgings. 56(2): 6-7. (my photograph of the nudibranch A. rhodoceras was featured on the cover of this issue).
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