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Department of Biological Sciences

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Mickey Ray Parker

Title: Instructional Faculty
Department: Biological Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
Office: Sumwalt, Room 350
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  • BIOL 102 (Biological Principles II)
  • BIOL 301 (Ecology and Evolution)


Parker, M.R., Hibbitts, T., Ryberg, W., Fitzgerald, L.A.  (2023). Lessons Learned from a Conservation Translocation of a Microendemic Habitat Specialist. Restoration Ecology. e13981. [link]

Rogan, J.E. †, Parker, M.R. †, Hancock, Z.B. †, Earl, A.D., Buchholtz, E.K., Chyn, K., Martina, J., & Fitzgerald, L.A. (2023). Genetic and demographic consequences of range contraction patterns during biological annihilation. Scientific Reports, 13(1), 1-13. [link]

Fitzgerald L.A., Ryberg, W.A., Walkup, D.K. Hibbitts, T.J., Hill, M.T., Leavitt, D.J. Chan, L.M., Parker M.R. (2022) Ecology and conservation of the imperiled Dunes Sagebrush Lizard: an ecological specialist in a threatened ecosystem. In: D.A. Dellasala, M.I. Goldstein (Eds.) Imperiled: The Encyclopedia of Conservation, p.494–510. [link]

Goode, M., & Parker M.R. (2020) Crotalus tigris (Tiger Rattlesnake) species account. In Holycross, A. & Mitchell, J. (Eds.) Snakes of Arizona, ECO Wear and Publishing. p. 612–625.

Fitzgerald L.A., Walkup D., Chyn K., Buchholtz E., Angeli N. and Parker M. (2018) The Future for Reptiles: Advances and Challenges in the Anthropocene. In: Dominick A. DellaSala, and Michael I.Goldstein (Eds.) In: The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, vol. 3, p. 163-174. Oxford: Elsevier.

Goode, M., Parker, M.R., Felder, M.J., & Repp, R.A. (2016). Crotalus tigris (Tiger Rattlesnake) species account. In Schuett, G.W., Felder, M.J., Smith, C.F., & Reiserer, R.S. (Eds.). Rattlesnakes of Arizona, ECO Wear and Publishing. p. 607–653.

Goode, M., & Parker, M.R.  (2016).  Golf Courses.  In Jones, L.L.C., Lovich, R., & Halama, K.J. (Eds). Habitat Management Guidelines for Amphibians and Reptiles of the Southwestern United States. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Technical Publication HMG-5.

Goode, M., & Parker, M.R. (2011). Microgeographic variation in Tiger Rattlesnake ecology and life history: The importance of long-term, natural history-based, multiple-population research. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians, 18 (2), 84-91. [link]

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