Jesse Ray
Jesse Ray
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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Comparative biogeography reveals differences in population genetic structure of five species of stream fishes
M Husemann, JW Ray, RS King, EA Hooser, PD Danley
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107 (4), 867-885, 2012
Genetic Analysis and Captive Breeding Program Design for the Eastern Massasauga Sistrurus catenatus catenatus
JW Ray, RB King, MR Duvall, JW Robinson, CP Jaeger, MJ Dreslik, ...
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4 (1), 104-113, 2013
Genetic analysis reveals dispersal of Florida bass haplotypes from reservoirs to rivers in central Texas
JW Ray, M Husemann, RS King, PD Danley
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (5), 1269-1273, 2012
A revision of the subgenus Parasphingonotus Benediktov & Husemann, 2009 (Orthoptera: Oedipodinae: Sphingonotini)
M Husemann, J Ray, A Hochkirch
Zootaxa 2916 (1), 51-61, 2011
Conservation genetics and ecological niche modeling of Kirtland's snake, Clonophis kirtlandii, and the Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake, Sistrurus catenatus catenatus
JW Ray
Northern Illinois University, 2009
Life at the leading edge: genetic impoverishment of the spotted bass, Micropterus punctulatus, at its Western edge
JW Ray, M Husemann, DJ Lutz-Carrillo, RS King, PD Danley
Environmental Biology of Fishes 98, 1823-1832, 2015
Hybridization and genetic structure in phenotypic Spotted Bass in Texas
DJ Lutz‐Carrillo, M Husemann, PT Bean, JC Williamson, MJ De Jesús, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (5), 891-905, 2018
Thermal tolerance, survival, and recruitment of cyprinids exposed to competition and chronic heat stress in experimental streams
MP Dekar, C McCauley, JW Ray, RS King
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143 (4), 1028-1036, 2014
A new melanistic variant of the caterpillar hunter Calosoma wilcoxi LeConte, 1848 from Texas, United States of America and a preliminary phylogeny of the genus Calosoma Weber …
JW Ray, M Seidel, M Husemann
The Canadian Entomologist 149 (1), 1-7, 2017
Opheodrys vernalis (Smooth Green Snake). Geographic Distribution.
JW Robinson, JW Ray
Herpetological Review 39, 2008
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