Emily Naylor

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Title:
Postdoctoral Scientist
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
Naylor Website

Current Research

Locomotor morphology, function, and biomechanics of the tetrapod land invasion.

Education

B.S., Biological Sciences, Ohio University, U.S.A., 2013.
Ph.D., Evolution, Ecology, & Organismal Biology, University of California, Riverside, U.S.A., 2020.

Publications

Naylor, E.R., and T.E. Higham. (2019) "Attachment beyond the adhesive system: the contribution of claws in gecko clinging and locomotion." Integrative & Comparative Biology 59.1: 168-181.

Müller, J., E. Roberts, E. Naylor, and N. Stevens. (2018) "A fossil gekkotan (Squamata) from the late Oligocene Nsungwe Formation, Rukwa Rift Basin, Tanzania." Journal of Herpetology 52.2: 223-227.

Reilly, S.M., S.J. Montuelle, A. Schmidt, C. Krause, E. Naylor, M.E. Jorgensen, and R.L. Essner, Jr. (2016) "Pelvic function in anuran jumping: Interspecific differences in the kinematics and motor control of the iliosacral articulation during take‐off and landing." Journal of Morphology 277.12: 1539-1558.

Reilly, S.M., S.J. Montuelle, A. Schmidt, C. Krause, E. Naylor, L. Halsey, and R.L. Essner, Jr. (2016) "Functional evolution of jumping in frogs: Interspecific differences in take‐off and landing." Journal of Morphology 277.3: 379–393.

Reilly, S.M., S.J. Montuelle, A. Schmidt, E. Naylor, L. Halsey, and R.L. Essner, Jr. (2015) "Conquering the world in leaps and bounds: hopping locomotion in toads is actually bounding." Functional Ecology 29.10: 1308-1316.
 

Laboratory

Kawano Lab