(revised October 27, 2004)
Harry W. Greene
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Ithaca, NY 14853-2701
Office phone: 607-254-4265; FAX: 607-255-8088; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Born: September 26, 1945, Detroit, Michigan
Texas Wesleyan College, B.S. (Biology, 1968)
The University of Texas at Arlington, M.A. (Biology, 1973)
The University of Tennessee, Ph.D. (Zoology, 1977)
1968-1971: U. S. Army medic
1977-1978: Assistant Professor of Anatomy, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
1978-1983: Assistant Professor of Zoology, Assistant Curator of Herpetology, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
1982-1991: Visiting Faculty, Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS)
1983-1992: Associate Professor of Zoology, Associate Curator of Herpetology, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UCB
1986-present: Research Associate, Department of Herpetology, California Academy of Sciences (CAS)
1992-1998: Professor of Integrative Biology, Curator of Herpetology, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UCB
1996-present: Consulting Editor for Organisms and Environments, University of California Press
1999-present: Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Faculty Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles, Cornell University
1974: Outstanding Graduate Student Award, University of Tennessee (UT)
1974: Best Student Paper Award, Journal of Herpetology (for Greene1973b)
1976: Honors Fellowship, UT
1977: Chancellor's Citation for Extraordinary Academic Achievement, UT
1977: Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellowship (declined)
1980: Class of 1936 Teaching Excellence Award, UCB
1981: Outstanding Publication Award, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (for Greene and McDiarmid 1981)
1983: Frontiers in the Natural Sciences Lecturer in Biology, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1983: Fellow, AAAS
1984: Fellow, CAS
1987: Hathaway Lecture in Ecology, Tulane University
1993: Distinguished Teaching Award, UCB (campus wide)
1995: George M. Sutton Memorial Lecture, University of Oklahoma
1996: Distinguished Herpetologist Lecture, Herpetologists' League
1996: Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Texas at Arlington
1997: New York Timesf List of 100 Noteworthy Books (for Greene 1997b)
1998: Silver Medal, Commonwealth Club of California (for Greene 1997b)
1998: Josef Laszlo Memorial Award, International Herpetological Symposium
1998: PEN Center USA West Literary Award (for Greene 1997b)
2000: Edward Osborne Wilson Award, American Society of Naturalists
2000: Donald W. Tinkle Memorial Lecture, University of Michigan
2001: Pittsburgh Eminent Biologist Lecture
2001: Hayes Memorial Lecture, Buffalo Museum of Science
2001: Keynote Address, Animal Behavior Society
2002: Walton Memorial Lectureship, University of Virginia
2003: Carl Atwood Memorial Lecture, University of Toronto
2003: Merrill Scholarsf Most Influential Advisor Award, Cornell University
2003: W. T. Edmondson Memorial Lecture, University of Washington
2004: Presidentfs Lecture, Old Dominion University
2004: Henry S. Fitch Award for Excellence in Herpetology, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (ASIH)
Other professional activities (selected, last 10 years only):
1996-2000: Board of Governors, ASIH
1989-1998: Board of Directors, OTS
1993-1995: Scientific Advisory Committee, Southwestern Research Station, American Museum of Natural History
1994-1995: National Research Council panel on scientific collecting
1994-1999: Editorial Board, Herpetological Natural History
1995-present: Editorial Board, Revista de Biologia Tropical
1997-1999: Associate Editor, Integrative Biology
1999-2003: Biological Sciences Steering Group, AAAS
2000: President, ASIH
2001-present: Education Committee, American Institute of Biological Sciences
2001-2003: Editorial Board, BioScience
2002-present: Associate Editor, American Naturalist
2003-present: Science Advisory Panel, Malpai Borderlands Group
Foreign field work:
Germany, Spain, France, Mexico, Guatemala, Panama, West Indies, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Kenya, Uganda, Brazil, Vietnam.
Research and teaching interests:
Evolutionary biology, behavioral and community ecology; herpetology; feeding and defense in tetrapods, especially lizards and snakes; conservation of vertebrates, especially in deserts and tropical rainforests.
1. Greene, H. W. 1961. Additional instances of tail-waving in salamanders. Bulletin of the Philadelphia Herpetological Society 9:19.
2. Greene, H. W., and M. J. Wakeman. 1962. Ozark herpetozoa in Johnson County, Missouri. Herpetologica 18:127.
3. Fitch, H. S., and H. W. Greene. 1965a. Breeding cycle in the ground skink, Lygosoma laterale. Publications of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas 15:565-575.
4. Greene, H. W., and G. V. Oliver, Jr. 1965b. Notes on the natural history of the western massasauga. Herpetologica 21:225-228.
5. Greene, H. W., and B. E. Dial. 1966. Brooding behavior by female Texas alligator lizards. Herpetologica 22:303.
6. Turner, E. H., and H. W. Greene. 1968. A note on the eggs of Leptodeira annulata rhombifera Gunther [sic]. Journal of Herpetology 2:162.
7. Greene, H. W. 1969a. Reproduction in a Middle American skink, Leiolopisma cherriei (Cope). Herpetologica 25:55-56.
8. Greene, H. W. 1969b. Unusual pattern and coloration in snakes of the genus Pliocercus from Veracruz. Journal of Herpetology 3:27-31.
9. Greene, H. W. 1969c. Fat storage in females of an introduced lizard, Hemidactylus turcicus, in Texas. Texas Journal of Science 21:233-235.
10. Greene, H. W. 1970a. Reproduction in a Mexican xantusiid lizard, Lepidophyma tuxtlae. Journal of Herpetology 4:85-87.
11. Greene, H. W. 1970b. Beobachtungen zur Fortphlanzung von Sceloporus poinsettii. Salamandra 6:48-50.
12. Greene, H. W. 1970c. Mode of reproduction in lizards and snakes of the Gomez Farias region, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Copeia 1970:565-569.
13. Greene, H. W. 1970d. What you should do when bitten by a snake. Stars and Stripes August, 1970.
14. Greene, H. W. 1970e. Poisonous snakes in western Europe. Medcom Examiner 2(14):8-9.
15. Greene, H. W. 1971a. Identification of South Vietnamese snakes--a book review. Medical Bulletin U. S. Army Europe 28:202.
16. Greene, H. W. 1971b. Herpetology on the Main. Herpetological Review 3:31-33.
17. Greene, H. W. 1971c. Mexican reptiles in the Senckenberg Museum. Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Section of Amphibians and Reptiles, 15 pp.
18. Greene, H. W., and J. A. Campbell. 1972. Notes on the use of caudal lures by arboreal green pit vipers. Herpetologica 28:32-34.
19. Greene, H. W. 1973a. (Review of) Echsen im Terrarium, by W. KaNstle. HISS Titles and Reviews 1:37.
20. Greene, H. W. 1973b. Defensive tail display by snakes and amphisbaenians. Journal of Herpetology 7:143-161.
21. Greene, H. W., and W. F. Pyburn. 1973c. Comments on aposematism and mimicry among coral snakes. The Biologist 55:144-148.
22. Greene, H. W. 1975. Ecological observations on the red coffee snake, Ninia sebae, in southern Veracruz, Mexico. American Midland Naturalist 93:478-484.
23. Greene, H. W. 1976a. Coral snake mimicry: does it occur? Herpetological Review 7:85 (abstract).
24. Dixon, J. R., R. A. Thomas, and H. W. Greene. 1976b. Status of the neotropical snake Rhabdophis poeppigi Jan, with notes on variation in Atractus elaps (GuNnther). Herpetologica 32:221-227.
25. Greene, H. W. 1976c. Scale overlap, a directional sign stimulus for prey ingestion by ophiophagous snakes. Zeitschrift fuNr Tierpsychologie 41:113-120.
26. Burghardt, G. M., H. W. Greene, and A. S. Rand. 1977a. Social behavior in hatchling green iguanas: life at a reptile rookery. Science 195:689-691.
27. Greene, H. W. 1977b. Behavior, ecology, and the adaptive zone of African mole vipers. Herpetological Review 8(3, supplement):9 (abstract).
28. Greene, H. W. 1977c. The aardwolf as hyaena mimic: an open question. Animal Behaviour 25:245-246.
29. Greene, H. W. 1977d. Lizards of the genus Uracentron (Iguanidae) in east-central Colombia. Herpetologica 33:256-260.
30. Greene, H. W., G. M. Burghardt, B. A. Dugan, and A. S. Rand. 1978a. Predation and the defensive behavior of green iguanas (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae). Journal of Herpetology 12:169-176.
31. Greene, H. W., and G. M. Burghardt. 1978b. Behavior and phylogeny: constriction in ancient and modern snakes. Science 200:74-77.
32. Greene, H. W. 1978c. Phylogeny, convergence, and snake behavior. Dissertation Abstracts International (B) 38:4107-4108.
33. Greene, H. W. 1979a. (Review of) Systematics and natural history of the American milksnake, Lampropeltis triangulum, by K. L. Williams. Copeia 1979:180-181.
34. Greene, H. W. 1979b. Snakebite controversy. Texas Parks and Wildlife 37(8):32.
35. Greene, H. W. 1979c. Behavioral convergence in the defensive displays of snakes. Experientia 35:747-748.
36. Greene, H. W. 1980a. (Review of) Behavioural ecology: an evolutionary approach, by J. R. Krebs and N. B. Davies. Journal of Mammalogy 61:168-169.
37. Greene, H. W. 1980b. Evolutionary biology of the dwarf boas (Serpentes: Tropidophiidae). American Philosophical Society Yearbook 1979:206-207.
38. Jaksic, F. M., H. W. Greene, and J. L. Yanez. 1981a. The guild structure of a community of predatory vertebrates in central Chile. Oecologia 49:21-28.
39. Greene, H. W., and R. W. McDiarmid. 1981b. Coral snake mimicry: does it occur? Science 213:1207-1212.
40. Greene, H. W. 1981c. Prey characteristics and the origin and adaptive radiation of early snakes. American Zoologist 21:923 (abstract).
41. Jaksic, F. M., H. W. Greene, K. Schwenk, and R. L. Seib. 1982a. Predation upon reptiles in Mediterranean habitats of Chile, Spain, and California: a comparative analysis. Oecologia 53:153-159.
42. Cundall, D., and H. W. Greene. 1982b. Evolution of the feeding apparatus in alethinophidian snakes. American Zoologist 22:924 (abstract).
43. Greene, H. W. 1982c. Dietary and phenotypic diversity in lizards: why are some organisms specialized? Pp. 107-128 in D. Mossakowski and G. Roth (eds.), Environmental adaptation and evolution: a theoretical and empirical approach. G. Fischer-Verlag, Stuttgart.
44. Rand, A. S., and H. W. Greene. 1982d. A latitudinal trend in the timing of iguana nesting. Pp. 142-149 in G. M. Burghardt and A. S. Rand (eds.), Iguanas of the world: behavior, ecology and evolution. Noyes Publications, Park Ridge, New Jersey.
45. Greene, H. W., and F. M. Jaksic. 1983a. Food niche relationships among sympatric predators: effects of level of prey identification. Oikos 40:151-154.
46. Greene, H. W. 1983b. Dietary correlates of the origin and radiation of snakes. American Zoologist 23:431-441.
47. Greene, H. W. 1983c. Boa constrictor (Boa, Bequer, Boa Constrictor). Pp. 380-382 in D. H. Janzen (ed.), Costa Rican natural history. Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago.
48. Greene, H. W., and R. L. Seib. 1983d. Micrurus nigrocinctus (Coral, Coral Snake, Corallilo). Pp. 406-408 in D. H. Janzen (ed.), Costa Rican natural history. Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago.
49. Greene, H. W., and M. A. Santana. 1983e. Field studies of hunting behavior by bushmasters. American Zoologist 23:897 (abstract).
50. Greene, H. W. 1984a. Feeding and the evolution of snakes [synopsis of American Zoologist 23:431-441]. BioScience 34:41-42.
51. Greene, H. W. 1984b. Feeding behavior and diet of the eastern coral snake, Micrurus fulvius. Pp. 147-162 in R. A. Seigel, L. E. Hunt, J. L. Knight, L. Maleret, and N. L. Zuschlag (eds.), Vertebrate ecology and systematics: a tribute to Henry S. Fitch. Special Publications of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas (10).
52. Greene, H. W. 1984c. Taxonomic status of the western racer, Coluber constrictor mormon. Journal of Herpetology 18:210-211.
53. Jaksic, F. M., and H. W. Greene. 1984d. Empirical evidence of non-correlation between tail loss frequency and predation intensity on lizards. Oikos 42:407-411.
54. Pringle, C. M., I. Chacon, M. H. Grayum, H. W. Greene, G. S. Hartshorn, G. E. Schatz, F. G. Stiles, C. Gomez, and M. Rodriguez. 1984e. Natural history observations and ecological evaluation of the La Selva Protection Zone, Costa Rica. Brenesia 22:189-206.
55. Greene, H. W. 1986a. Natural history and evolutionary biology. Pp. 99-108 in M. E. Feder and G. V. Lauder (eds.), Predator-prey relationships: perspectives and approaches from the study of lower vertebrates. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
56. Greene, H. W. 1986b. Salamanders now and then. Pacific Discovery 39(3):31-35.
57. Greene, H. W. 1986c. Diet and arboreality in the emerald monitor, Varanus prasinus, with comments on the study of adapation. Fieldiana, Zoology (New Series) 31:1-12.
58. Pregill, G. K., J. A. Gauthier, and H. W. Greene. 1986d. The evolution of helodermatid squamates, with description of a new taxon and an overview of Varanoidea. Transactions of the San Diego Natural History Museum 21:167-202.
59. Schwenk, K., and H. W. Greene. 1987a. Water-collection and drinking in Phrynocephalus helioscopus (Agamidae): a possible condensation mechanism. Journal of Herpetology 21:134-139.
60. Greene, H. W. 1987b. (Review of) R. A. Seigel, J. T. Collins, and S. S. Novak (eds.), Snakes: ecology and evolutionary biology. Copeia 1987:833-835.
61. Greene, H. W. 1988a. Antipredator mechanisms in reptiles. Pp. 1-152 in C. Gans and R. B. Huey (eds.), Biology of the Reptilia, Vol. 16, Ecology B, Defense and life history. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.
62. Greene, H. W., and J. B. Losos. 1988b. Systematics, natural history, and conservation. BioScience 38:458-462.
63. Greene, H. W. 1988c. Species richness in tropical predators. Pp. 259-280 in F. Almeda and C. M. Pringle (eds.), Tropical rainforests: diversity and conservation. California Academy of Sciences and Pacific Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco.
64. Greene, H. W. 1988d. Frugivorous reptiles [review of Gray's monitor lizard, by W. Auffenberg]. Science 241:1368-1369.
65. Burghardt, G. M., and H. W. Greene. 1988e. Predator stimulation and duration of death feigning in neonate hognose snakes. Animal Behaviour 36:1842-1844.
66. Greene, H. W. 1988f. Observations on the bridge. OTS Liana (fall):11-12.
67. Greene, H. W. 1988g. The evolution of feeding mechanisms in snakes. Tucson Herpetological Society Newsletter 1:65-69, 75-78.
68. Losos, J. B., and H. W. Greene. 1988h. Ecological and evolutionary implications of diet in monitor lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 35:379-407.
69. Greene, H. W. 1989a. Defensive behavior and feeding biology of the Asian mock viper, Psammodynastes pulverulentus (Colubridae), a specialized predator on scincid lizards. Chinese Herpetological Research 2:21-32.
70. Greene, H. W. 1989b. (Review of) The behavioural biology of aggression, by J. Archer. Quarterly Review of Biology 64:225.
71. Greene, H. W., and C. M. Rojas. "1988" c. Orthogeomys underwoodi (Rodentia, Goemyidae) on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, with comments on the biological significance of pelage markings in tropical pocket gophers. Brenesia 29:95-99.
72. Greene, H. W. 1989d. Ecological, evolutionary, and conservation implications of feeding biology in Old World cat snakes, genus Boiga (Colubridae). Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 46:193-207.
73. Greene, H. W., and D. L. Hardy. 1989e. Natural death associated with skeletal injury in the terciopelo, Bothrops asper (Viperidae). Copeia 1989:1036-1037.
74. Greene, H. W. 1989f. Agonistic behavior by three-toed sloths, Bradypus variegatus. Biotropica 21:369-372.
75. Greene, H. W. 1990. A sound defense of the rattlesnake. Pacific Discovery 43(4):10-19.
76. Greene, H. W. 1991a. Commentary: Scientific selection and sacrifice of species. Pacific Discovery 44(2):3.
77. Greene, H. W. 1991b. "Concluding remarks" for the 1989 Anolis symposium. Pp. 59-62 in J. B. Losos and G. C. Mayer (eds.), Anolis Newsletter IV, Division of Amphibians and Reptiles, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D. C.
78. Greene, H. W. 1991c. Manhandling science. Image Magazine (September 22):3.
79. Greene, H. W. 1992a. Snakes--one more time. Bird Watcher's Digest 14(4):11.
80. Greene, H. W. 1992b. The behavioral and ecological context for pitviper evolution. Pp. 107-117 in J. A. Campbell and E. D. Brodie, Jr. (eds.), Biology of the pitvipers. Selva, Tyler, Texas.
81. Greene, H. W., and J. A. Campbell. 1992c. The future of pitvipers. Pp. 421-427 in J. A. Campbell and E. D. Brodie, Jr. (eds.), Biology of the pitivipers. Selva, Tyler, Texas.
82. Greene, H. W. 1992d. (Review of) Neotropical wildlife use and conservation, edited by John G. Robinson and Kent H. Redford. Herpetological Review 23:94-95.
83. Greene, H. W., and F. M. Jaksic. "1992" a. The feeding behavior and natural history of two Chilean snakes, Philodryas chamissonis and Tachymenis chilensis (Colubridae). Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 65:485-493.
84. Greene, H. W. 1993b. What's good about good natural history? Herpetological Natural History 1:3.
85. Greene, H. W. 1993c. Unelevated vertebrates [review of Snakes: ecology and behavior, edited by R. A. Seigel and J. T. Collins]. Science 262:1282.
86. Cadle, J. E., and H. W. Greene. 1993d. Phylogenetic patterns, biogeography, and the ecological structure of neotropical snake assemblages. Pp. 281-293 in R. E. Ricklefs and D. Schluter (eds.), Species diversity in ecological communities: historical and geographical perspectives. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
87. Braker, H. E., and H. W. Greene. 1994a. Population biology of animals at La Selva: life histories, distributions, demography, and predator-prey interactions. Pp. 244-255 in K. Bawa, G. S. Hartshorn, H. A. Hespenheide, and L. McDade (eds.), La Selva: ecology and natural history of a neotropical rainforest. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
88. Greene, H. W. 1994b. Homology and behavioral repertoires. Pp. 369-391 in B. K. Hall (ed.), Homology: the hierarchical basis of comparative biology. Academic Press, San Diego.
89. Greene, H. W. 1994c. Systematics and natural history, foundations for understanding and conserving biodiversity. American Zoologist 34:48-56.
90. Emerson, S. B., H. W. Greene, and E. L. Charnov. 1994d. Allometric aspects of predator-prey interactions. Pp. 123-139 in P. C. Wainwright and S. M. Reilly (eds.), Ecological morphology: integrative organismal biology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
91. Greene, H. W. 1994e. (Review of) The venomous sea snakes: a comprehensive bibliography, by W. A. Culotta and G. V. Pickwell. Quarterly Review of Biology 69:286.
92. Greene, H. W. 1994f. The right stuff [review of Naturalist, by E. O. Wilson]. Science 266:1261-1262.
93. Schwenk, K., and H. W. Greene. 1995a. No electrostatic sense in snakes. Nature 373:26.
94. Hardy, D. L., Sr., and H. W. Greene. 1995b. Crotalus molossus molossus (Blacktail Rattlesnake). Maximum length. Herpetological Review 26:101.
95. RodriLguez-Robles, J. A., and H. W. Greene. 1996a Ecological patterns in Greater Antillean macrostomatan snake assemblages, with comments on body-size evolution in Epicrates (Boidae). PP. 339-357 in R. Powell and R. W. Henderson (eds.), Contributions to West Indian herpetology: a tribute to Albert Schwartz. Contributions to Herpetology 12. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca, New York.
96. Greene, H. W., and C. A. Luke. 1996b. Reptile and amphibian diversity. Pp. 53-58 in C. Luke, J. AndreL, and M. Herring (eds.), Proceedings of the East Mojave Desert Symposium, 7-8 November 1992, University of California, Riverside. Technical Reports, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 10.
97. Greene, H. W. 1996c. Non-avian reptiles as laboratory animals. Institute for Laboratory Animal Research Journal 37(4):25-29.
98. Lutterschmidt, W. I., R. L. Nydam, and H. W. Greene. 1996d. County record for the woodland vole, Microtus pinetorum (Rodentia: Cricetidae), LeFlore County, OK, with natural history notes on a predatory snake. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 76:93-94.
99. Greene, H. W. 1997a. Forword to the 1997 printing. Pp. xi-xxiii in L. M. Klauber, Rattlesnakes, their habits, life histories and influence on mankind. University of California Press, Berkeley.
100. Greene, H. W. 1997b. Snakes, the evolution of mystery in nature. University of California Press, Berkeley [351 pp.].
101. Zamudio, K. R., and H. W. Greene. 1997c. Phylogeography of the bushmaster (Lachesis muta: Viperidae): implications for neotropical biogeography, systematics, and conservation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 62: 421-442.
102. Panger, M. A., and H. W. Greene. 1998a. Micrurus nigrocinctus (Coral Snake). Reproduction. Herpetological Review 29:46.
103. Greene, H. W. 1998b. We are primates and we are fish: teaching monophyletic organismal biology. Integrative Biology: Issues, News, and Reviews 1:108-111.
104. RodriLguez-Robles, J. A., D. G. Mulcahy, and H. W. Greene. 1999a. Feeding ecology of the desert nightsnake, Hypsiglena torquata (Colubridae). Copeia 1999:93-100.
105. Greene, H. W. 1999b. Living with snakes. Pp. xv-xix in G. H. Rodda, Y. Sawai, D. Chiszar, and H. Tanaka (eds.), Problem snake management: the habu and brown treesnake. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York.
106. Hardy, D. L. Sr., and H. W. Greene. 1999c. Surgery on rattlesnakes in the field for implantation of transmitters. Sonoran Herpetologist 12:25-27.
107. RodriLguez-Robles, J. A., C. J. Bell, and H. W. Greene. 1999d. Food habits of the glossy snake, Arizona elegans, with comparisons to the diet of sympatric long-nosed snakes, Rhinocheilus lecontei. Journal of Herpetology 33:87-92.
108. Greene, H. W. 1999e. Natural history and behavioural homology. Pp. 173-188 in G. R. Bock and G. Cardew (eds.), Homology (Novartis Foundation Symposium 222). John Wiley and Sons, Chichester.
109. Greene, H. W. 1999f. Benjamin Edward Dial (1944-1998). Herpetological Review 30:6-7.
110. RodriLguez-Robles, J. A., C. J. Bell, and H. W. Greene. 1999g. Gape size and evolution of diet in snakes: feeding ecology of erycine boas. Journal of Zoology (London) 248:49-58.
111. Hardy, D. L. Sr., and H. W. Greene. 1999h. Borderland blacktails: radiotelemetry, natural history, and living with venomous snakes. Pp. 117-121 in G. J. Gottfried, L. Eschew, C. G. Curtin, and C. B. Edminster (eds.) Toward integrated research, land management, and ecosystem protection in the Malpai Borderlands: Conference summary; 6-8 January 1999; Douglas, Arizona. Proceedings RMRS-P-10, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, Colorado.
112. RodriLguez-Robles, J. A., and H. W. Greene. 1999i. Food habits of the long-nosed snake, Rhinocheilus lecontei, a "specialist" predator? Journal of Zoology (London) 248:489-499.
113. Greene, H. W. 1999j. Serpentine researches (Review of Big snake: the hunt for the worldfs longest python, by R. Twigger). Times Literary Supplement (5022):28.
114. Greene, H. W. 1999k. Foreword. Pp. ix-xi in R. W. McDiarmid, J. A. Campbell, and T. ToureL. Snake species of the world: a taxonomic and geographic reference, Vol. 1. Entomological Information Services, Rockville, Maryland.
115. Greene, H. W. 1999l. Schlangen: Faszination einer unbekannten Welt. Birkhauser Verlag, Basle [German edition of Greene 1997b].
116. Zamudio, K. R., D. L. Hardy Sr., M. Martins, and H. W. Greene. 2000a. Fang tip spread, puncture distance, and suction for snake bite. Toxicon 38:723-738.
117. Greene, H. W., and D. Cundall. 2000b. Limbless tetrapods and snakes with legs. Science 287:1939-1941.
118. Greene, H. W. 2000c. Foreword. Pp. vii-ix in C. E. Bock and J. H. Bock. The view from Bald Hill: thirty years in an Arizona grassland. University of California Press, Berkeley.
119. Parkinson, C. L., K. R. Zamudio, and H. W. Greene. 2000d. Phylogeography of the pitviper clade Agkistrodon: historical ecology, species status, and conservation of the cantils. Molecular Ecology 9:411-420.
120. Greene, H. W., and D. Cundall. 2000e. Snake origins [response to Lee et al.]. Science 288:1344-1345.
121. Cundall, D., and H. W. Greene. 2000f. Feeding in snakes. Pp. 293-333 in K. Schwenk (ed.), Feeding: Form, Function, and Evolution in Tetrapod Vertebrates. Academic Press, San Diego.
122. Hardy, D. L. Sr., and H. W. Greene. 2000g. Inhalation anesthesia of rattlesnakes in the field for processing and transmitter implantation. Sonoran Herpetologist 13:110-114.
123. Greene, H. W. 2000h. Foreword. Pp. xiii-xv in L. H. Emmons. Tupai: a field study of Bornean treeshrews. University of California Press, Berkeley.
124. Hardy, D. L. Sr., H. W. Greene, B. Tomberlin, and M. Webster. 2000i. Relocation of nuisance rattlesnakes: problems using short-distance translocation in a small rural community. Pp. 44-45 in W. L. Halvorson and B. S. Gebow (eds.), Creative cooperation in resource management: third conference on research and resource management in the southwestern deserts, extended abstracts. USGS Sonoran Desert Field Station, University of Arizona, Tucson.
125. Greene, H. W. 2001a. Improved taxonomy for us and the other fishes. Nature 411:738.
126. Schuett, G. W., J. K. OfLeile, D. L. Hardy Sr., H. W. Greene, E. A. Van Kirk, and W. J. Murdoch. 2001b. Rattlesnake species with contrasting breeding systems show differences in seasonal profiles of sex steroids. Hormones and Behavior 39:348 (abstract).
127. Greene, H. W. 2002a. Vertebrates. Pp. 1127-1131 in M. Pagel (ed.), Encyclopedia of Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
128. Greene, H. W. 2002b. Foreword. Pp. in G. P. Nabhan. Singing the turtles ashore: the Seri science and art of reptiles. University of California Press.
129. Greene, H. W. 2002c. Foreword. Pp. ix-x in L. L. Grismer. Amphibians and reptiles of Baja California, its Pacific islands, and the islands in the Sea of CorteLs. University of California Press.
130. K. Adler and H. W. Greene. 2002d. Classification and taxonomy: evolutionary relationships of amphibians and reptiles. Pp. 20-21 in T. Halliday and K. Adler (eds.), The new encyclopedia of reptiles and amphibians. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
131. Greene, H. W. and S. A. Minton. 2002e.Venomous snakes: toxin evolution and delivery mechanisms. Pp. 188-189 in T. Halliday and K. Adler (eds.), The new encyclopedia of reptiles and amphibians. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
132. Greene, H. W.. 2002f. Snake families. Pp. 204-207 in T. Halliday and K. Adler (eds.), The new encyclopedia of reptiles and amphibians. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
133. Schuett, G. W., M. HoNggren, M. E. Douglas, and H. W. Greene (eds.). 2002g. Biology of the vipers. Eagle Mountain Publ., Eagle Mountain, UT.
134. Greene, H. W., P. May, D. L. Hardy Sr., J. Sciturro, and T. Farrell. 2002h. Parental behavior by vipers. Pp. 179-205 in G. W. Schuett, M. HoNggren, M. E. Douglas, and H. W. Greene (eds.), Biology of the vipers, Eagle Mountain Publ., Eagle Mountain, UT.
135. Greene, H. W. and J. A. Rodriguez-Robles. 2003a. Feeding ecology of the California Mountain Kingsnake, Lampropeltis zonata (Colubridae). Copeia 2003:308-314.
136. Greene, H. W. 2003b. Appreciating rattlesnakes. Wild Earth 13(2/3):28-32.
139. Greene, H. W. 2003c. Foreword. Pp. xi-xii in E. R. Pianka and L. J. Vitt. Lizards: windows to the evolution of diversity. University of California Press, Berkeley.
140. Greene, H. W. 2003d. Foreword. Pp. xiii-xv in T. H. Fleming. A bat man in the tropics: chasing el duende. University of California Press.
141. Greene, H. W. 2004a. Foreword. P. 9 in G. McKwy, F. Cooke, S. Hutchinson, R. Vogt, and H. Dingle (eds.), The encyclopedia of Animals: a complete visual guide. University of California Press, Berkeley.
142. Greene, H. W. 2004b. Varanus prasinus. Pp. 225-229 in E. R. Pianka, D. R. King, and R. A. King (eds.), Varanoid lizards of the world. Indiana University Press.
143. Fitch, H. S. , G. R. Pisani, H. W. Greene, A. F. Echelle, and M. Zerwekh. 2004c. A field study of the Timber Rattlesnake in Leavenworth County, Kansas. Journal of the Kansas Herpetological Society (11):18-24.
144. Greene, H. W., and R. W. McDiarmid. 2005a. Wallace and Savage: heroes, theories, and venomous snake mimicry. Pp. 190-208 in M. A. Donnelly, B. I. Crother, C. E. Guyer, M. H. Wake, and M. E. White (eds.), Ecology and evolution in the tropics: a herpetological perspective. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
145. Greene, H. W. 2005b. Organisms in nature as a central focus for biology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20(1):23-27.
146. Rodriguez-Robles, J. A., and H. W. Greene. 2005c. Genes, rats, and sinking boats: a biographical perspective on James L. Patton. Pp. in E. A. Lacey and P. Myers (eds.), Mammalian diversification: from population genetics to biogeography. University of California, Publications in Zoology 133:5-56.
147. Greene, H. W. 2005d. Foreword. P. in O. A. V. Marques, A. Eterovic, and I. Sazima. Snakes of the Brazilian Atlantic Forests. Editora Holos, Sao Paulo.
148. Greene, H. 2005e. Presentacion. P. in A. Solorzano L., Serpientes de Costa Rica. Editorial Universidad de Costa Rica, San Jose.
149. Donlan, C. J., H. W. Greene, J. Berger, C. E. Bock, J. H. Bock, D. A. Burney, J. A. Estes, D. Foreman, P. S. Martin, G. W. Roemer, F. A. Smith, and M. E. Soule. 2005f. Re-wilding North America. Nature 436:913-914.
150. Greene, H. W. 2005g. (Review of) Islands and the Sea: Essays on Herpetological Exploration in the West Indies, R. W. Henderson and R. Powell (eds.). Herpetological Review 36:222.
151. Greene, H. W. 2005h. Are you with the vipers? [review of The Venomous Reptiles of the Western Hemisphere, by J. A. Campbell and W. W. Lamar]. Times Literary Supplement (5326):29.
152. Greene, H. W. 2005i. Historical influences on community ecology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102:8395-8396.
153. Schuett, G. W., D. L. Hardy, Sr., H. W. Greene, R. L. Earley, M. S. Grober, E. A. Van Kirk, and W. J. Murdoch. 2005j. Sympatric rattlesnakes with contrasting mating systems show differences in seasonal patterns of plasma sex steroids. Animal Behaviour 70(2):257-266.
154. Schuett, G. W., D. L. Hardy, Sr., R. L. Earley, and H. W. Greene. 2005k. Does prey size induce head skeleton phenotypic plasticity during early ontogeny in the snake Boa constrictor? Journal of Zoology (London) 267(4):363-369.
155. Donlan, C. J., J. Berger, C. E. Bock, J. H. Bock, D. A. Burney, J. A. Estes, D. Foreman, P. S. Martin, G. W. Roemer, F. A. Smith, M. E. Soule, and H. W. Greene. 2006a. Pleistocene rewilding: An optimistic agenda for 21st century conservation. American Naturalist 168:660-681.
156. DuVal, E. H., H. W. Greene, and K. L. Manno. 2006b. Laughing falcon (Herpetotheres cachinnans) predation on coral snakes (Micrurus nigrocinctus). Biotropica 38(4):566-568.
157. Greene, H. W. 2006c. A timelessly valuable survey: Cusco Amazonico: The lives of amphibians and reptiles in an Amazonian rainforest, by W. E. Duellman. Conservation Biology 20(3):921-923.
158. Greene, H. W., J. J. Sigala- Rodriguez, and B. J. Powell. 2006d. Parental care in anguid lizards. South American Journal of Herpetology 1:9-19.
159. Greene, H. W. 2007a. Letter to the editor: Reply to Zylstra. Sonoran Herpetologist 20:62.
160.Greene, H. W. 2007b. Hy Marx, impish innovator. Herpetological Review 38:136-137.
161. Thome, M. T. C., K. R. Zamudio, and H. W. Greene. 2007c. Itapotihyla langsdorffii (NCN). Diurnal basking. Herpetological Review 38:186-187 .