Research Group Publications

only while members of the Bowie Lab

    1. Jedlicka, J.A., Vo, A.-T. E. and Almeida, R.P.P. (2017). Molecular scatology and high-throughput sequencing reveal predominately herbivorous insects in the diet of adult and nestling Western Bluebirds (Sialia mexicana) in California vineyards. The Auk. 134: 116-127.
    2. Matysiokoba, B., Friedman, N., Turcokova, L. and Remes, V. (2017). The evolution of feather coloration and song in Old World orioles (genus Oriolus). Journal of Avian Biology. 48: 1-10.
    3. Smith, M.G., Dickinson, J.L., Rush, A.G., Wade, A.L., and D.-S. Yang. (2017). Western bluebird parents preferentially feed hungrier nestlings in a design that balances location in the nest. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71: 1-7..
    4. Holmes, M.W., Hammond, T.T., Wogan, G.O.U., Walsh, R.E., LaBarbera, K., Wommack, E.A., Crawford, J.C., Martins, F.M., Mack, K.L., Bloch, L.M. and Nachman, M.W. (2016). Natural history collections as windows on evolutionary processes. Molecular Ecology. 25: 864-881.
    5. Rowley, J.J.L., Shepherd, C.R., Stuart, B.L., Nguyen, T.Q., Hoang, H.D., Cutajar, T.P., Wogan, G.O.U. and Phimmachak, S. (2016). Estimating the global trade in Southeast Asian newts. Biological Conservation. 199: 96-100.
    6. Rudolph, K.P. and McEntee, J.P. (2016). Spoils of war and peace: enemy adoption and queen-right colony fusion follow costly intraspecific conflict in acacia ants. Behavioral Ecology. 27: 793-802.
    7. Wogan, G.O.U. (2016). Life history traits and niche instability impact accuracy and temporal transferability for historically calibrated distribution models of North American birds. PloS ONE. 11: e0151024.
    8. Wogan, G.O.U., Stuart, B.L., Iskandar, D.T. and McGuire, J.A. (2016). Deep genetic structure and ecological divergence in a widespread human commensal toad. Biology Letters. 12: e20150807.
    9. Bouzid, N.M.Rovito, S.M. and Sanchez-Solís, J.F. (2015). Discovery of the critically endangered Finca Chiblac Salamander (Bradytriton silus) in Northern Chiapas, Mexico. Herpetological Review. 46: 186
    10. Rovito, S.M. & Parra-Olea, G. (2015). Two new species of Chiropterotriton (Caudata: Plethodontidae) from northern Mexico. Zootaxa. 4048 57-74.
    11. Rovito, S.M., Parra-Olea, G., Recuero, E. & Wake, D.B. (2015). Diversification and biogeographical history of Neotropical plethodontid salamanders. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 175 167-188.
    12. Rovito, S.M., Vásquez-Almazán, C.R., Papenfuss, T.J., Parra-Olea, G. & Wake, D.B. (2015). Biogeography and evolution of Central American cloud forest salamanders (Caudata: Plethodontidae: Cryptotriton), with the description of a new species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 175 150-166.
    13. Wogan, G.O.U. and Richmond, J.Q. (2015). Niche divergence builds the case for ecological speciation in skinks of the Plestiodon skiltonianus species complex. Ecology & Evolution. 5: 4683-4695.
    14. McCranie, J.R. and Rovito, S.M. (2014). New species of salamander (Caudata: Plethodontidae: Cryptotriton) from Quebrada Cataguana, Francisco Morazán, Honduras, with comments on the taxonomic status of Cryptotriton wakei. Zootaxa. 3795: 61-78.
    15. McEntee, J.P. (2014). Reciprocal territorial responses of parapatric African sunbirds: species-level asymmetry and intraspecific geographic variation. Behavioral Ecology. 25: 1380-1394.
    16. Ruano-Fajardo, E.G., Rovito, S.M. and Ladle, R.J. (2014). Bromeliad selection by two salamander species in a harsh environment. PLoS ONE. 9 (6), e98474.
    17. Vásquez-Almazán, C.R. and Rovito, S.M. (2014). A new species of black Bolitoglossa (Caudata: Plethodontidae) from Guatemala. Journal of Herpetology. 48 518-524.
    18. Vo, A.-T. E. and Jedlicka, J.A. (2014). Protocols for metagenomic DNA extraction and Illumina amplicon library preparation for faecal and swab samples. Molecular Ecology Resources. 14: 1183-1197.
    19. Vo, A.-T. E., Ashley, M.C., Dikou, A. and Newman, S.P. (2014). Fishery exploitation and stock assessment of the endangered Nassau Grouper, Epinephelus striatus (Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Serranidae), the Turks and Caicos Islands. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria. 44: 117-122.