8. Tye, SP, and K Geluso. 2019. Day roosts of Myotis (Mammalia: Chiroptera) in an arid riparian corridor in southwestern New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist. Accepted.
7. Tye, SP, and K Geluso. 2019. Natural history: Thamnophis radix. Herpetological Review. Accepted.
6. Tye, SP, IR Gomez, EM Brinley Buckley, and MJ Harner. 2019. Natural history: Phrynosoma hernandesi. Herpetological Review 50(1):143-144.
5. Geluso, K, EC Keele, IR Gomez, NM Pauley, and SP Tye. 2018. Night-roosting behaviors for the northern long-eared myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) under a bridge revealed by time-lapse photography. American Midland Naturalist 179(2):287-293.
4. Tye, SP, and K Geluso. 2017. Geographic distribution: Tropidoclonion lineatum. Herpetological Review 48(4):817.
3. Tye, SP, K Geluso, and MJ Harner. 2017. Geographic distribution: Hyla chrysocelis. Herpetological Review 48(2):382-383.
2. Tye, SP, K Geluso, and MJ Harner. 2017. Early emergence and seasonality of the red-bellied snake (Storeria occipitomaculata) along the Platte River in south-central Nebraska, USA. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences and Affiliated Societies 37:11-17.
1. Tye, SP, K Geluso, and MR Fugagli. 2016. Merriam’s shrew (Sorex merriami) in the diet of a Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) from Grant County, New Mexico. Museum of Texas Tech Occasional Papers 341:1-5.
9. Tye, SP, BK Blaske, and AM Siepielski. 2019. Population density influences the digestive physiology costs of mounting an immune response in damselflies. Functional Ecology.
10. Tye, SP, ML Forsberg, EM Brinley Buckley, K Geluso, JS Dale, and MJ Harner. 2019. Phenology of a North American beaver (Castor canadensis) lodge near the Platte River, Nebraska. Great Plains Research.
11. Geluso, K, and SP Tye. 2019. Distribution of mammals in eastern Colorado. Texas Tech Occassional Papers.