"Prima sapientiae clavis definitur, assidua scilicet seu frequens interrogatio … Dubitando enim ad inquisitionem venimus; inquirendo veritatem percipimus" - "Constant and frequent questioning is the first key to wisdom...For through doubting we are led to inquire, and by inquiry we perceive the truth." - Peter Abelard
Publications listed in chronological order (newest first)
Burroughs, R. W. In Review. Modeling tooth morphogenesis reveals constraints on rodent tooth evolution.
Bell, C. J., Jass, C. N., Burroughs, R. W. In Review. Dental variation in a collection of Lemmiscus curtatus from the northern plains of southern Saskatchewan: implications for morphological evolution.
Angielczyk, K. D., Burroughs, R. W., Feldman, C. F. 2015. Do Turtles Follow Rules? Latitudinal Gradients in Species Richness, Body Size, and Geographic Range Area of the World’s Turtles. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B 324(3): 270-294.
Burroughs, R. W., Morris, Z. S., Marsh, A. D. 2014. Trachemys scripta, Red-Eared Slider, Pseudemys texana, Texas River Cooter, Chelydra serpentina, Common Snapping Turtle, Feeding Behavior and Scavenging. Herpetological Review 45(2): 321-322.
Burroughs, R. W., Bell, C. J., LaDuc, T. J., and Hendrickson, D. A. 2013. Morphological Variation in the Carapace and Plastron of Terrapene coahuila Schmidt and Owens, 1944. D. B. Brinkman, P. A. Holroyd, and J. D. Gardner (editors), “Morphology and Evolution of Turtles: Origin and Early Diversification.” Springer, Dordrecht: 535-566. [Published Online in 2012]