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Circuit theory to estimate natal dispersal routes and functional landscape connectivity for an endangered small mammal

Journal Article published 24 Apr 2017 in Landscape Ecology volume 32 issue 6 on pages 1163 to 1179

Research funded by Joint Fire Sciences Program (3005940) | University of Arizona NASA Space Grant Consortium | Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service | Southwestern Association of Naturalists | American Society of Mammalogists | University of Arizona Institute of the Environment | American Museum of Natural History | Arizona Game and Fish Department | United States Forest Service

Authors: Melissa J. Merrick, John L. Koprowski

Forecasting the combined effects of climate and land use change on Mexican bats

Journal Article published 7 Dec 2017 in Diversity and Distributions volume 24 issue 3 on pages 363 to 374

Research funded by American Society of Mammalogists | Bat Conservation International | Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust (301879989) | Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (310731) | Hitchcock Foundation | Idea Wild (12059-1) | Whitmore Trust Cambridge | Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/K015664/1)

Authors: Veronica Zamora-Gutierrez, Richard G. Pearson, Rhys E. Green, Kate E. Jones

Editors: Lluís Brotons

Consistent individual variation across interaction networks indicates social personalities in lemurs

Journal Article published Feb 2018 in Animal Behaviour volume 136 on pages 217 to 226

Research funded by Animal Behavior Society | American Society of Mammalogists | American Society of Primatologists | Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University

Authors: Ipek G. Kulahci, Asif A. Ghazanfar, Daniel I. Rubenstein

The forgotten link between northern and southern Tanzania

Journal Article published 15 Jul 2018 in African Journal of Ecology volume 56 issue 4 on pages 1012 to 1016

Research funded by Explorers Club | University of California, Davis | American Society of Mammalogists | American Philosophical Society

Authors: Jason Riggio, Furaha Mbwilo, Frederik Van de Perre, Tim Caro

Modelling the potential geographic distribution of an endangered pollination corridor in Mexico and the United States

Journal Article published 28 Oct 2016 in Diversity and Distributions volume 23 issue 1 on pages 67 to 78

Research funded by Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (242009/215206) | Mohammed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund | Bat Conservation International | National Park Service | Cleveland Metroparks Zoo | Cleveland Zoological Society | American Society of Mammalogists | Global Biodiversity Information Facility

Authors: Emma P. Gómez-Ruiz, Thomas E. Lacher

Editors: Mark van Kleunen

Sexual imprinting and speciation between two Peromyscus species

Journal Article published 5 Jan 2018 in Evolution volume 72 issue 2 on pages 274 to 287

Research funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute | Harvard University Mind, Brain, Behavior Initiative | National Science Foundation (DDIG #1110450, GRFP) | Animal Behavior Society | American Society of Mammalogists

Authors: Emily K. Delaney, Hopi E. Hoekstra

Maternal stress and plural breeding with communal care affect development of the endocrine stress response in a wild rodent

Journal Article published Sep 2015 in Hormones and Behavior volume 75 on pages 18 to 24

Research funded by Sigma Xi | Tufts University | American Society of Mammalogists | Animal Behavior Society | National Science Foundation (IOS-1210492, IOS-1048529, OISE-0853719) | Tufts Institute of the Environment | FONDECTY (1090302) | Center for the Advanced Studies in Ecology and Biodiversity (CASEB)

Authors: Carolyn M. Bauer, Loren D. Hayes, Luis A. Ebensperger, Juan Ramírez-Estrada, Cecilia León, Garrett T. Davis, L. Michael Romero

Phylogeography and demographic history of the Andean degu,Octodontomys gliroides(Rodentia: Octodontidae)

Journal Article published 20 Apr 2016 in Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society volume 178 issue 2 on pages 410 to 430

Research funded by Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) | Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica | Vicerrectoría de Investigación | Dirección de Investigación y Postgrado-PUC (VRI-UC and DIP-UC) | Animal Behaviour Society (Student Research Awards and Developing Nations Research Grant) | American Society of Mammalogists | Program 1 of Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Ecología y Biodiversidad | Fondo Nacional de Ciencias y Tecnología (3140395) | Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico (1090302, 1100558, 1130467)

Authors: Daniela S. Rivera, Juliana A. Vianna, Luis A. Ebensperger, R. Eduardo Palma

GENETIC DIVERSITY AND CAPILLARIA HEPATICA (NEMATODA) PREVALENCE IN MICHIGAN DEER MOUSE POPULATIONS

Journal Article published Aug 1999 in Evolution volume 53 issue 4 on pages 1318 to 1324

Research funded by Rackham School of Graduate Studies | Michigan Polar-Equator Club | University of Michigan Biological Station | American Society of Mammalogists | National Science Foundation

Authors: Shawn Meagher

Dietary composition, breadth, and overlap between seasonally sympatric Himalayan musk deer and livestock: Conservation implications

Journal Article published Jul 2017 in Journal for Nature Conservation volume 38 on pages 30 to 36

Research funded by American Society of Mammalogists

Authors: Kapil K. Khadka, Nitesh Singh, Kiran Thapa Magar, Douglas A. James

Carnivory maintains cranial dimorphism between males and females: Evidence for niche divergence in extant Musteloidea

Journal Article published 1 Aug 2018 in Evolution volume 72 issue 9 on pages 1950 to 1961

Research funded by American Museum of Natural History | Field Museum | Division of Environmental Biology | American Society of Mammalogists | Society of Integrative & Comparative Biology | Society for the Study of Evolution

Authors: Chris J. Law, Rita S. Mehta

Acoustic identification of Mexican bats based on taxonomic and ecological constraints on call design

Journal Article published 14 Apr 2016 in Methods in Ecology and Evolution volume 7 issue 9 on pages 1082 to 1091

Research funded by Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (310731) | Cambridge Commonwealth European and International Trust (301879989) | Rufford Foundation (12059-1) | American Society of Mammalogists | Bat Conservation International | Idea Wild | The Whitmore Trust | Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/K015664/1)

Authors: Veronica Zamora-Gutierrez, Celia Lopez-Gonzalez, M. Cristina MacSwiney Gonzalez, Brock Fenton, Gareth Jones, Elisabeth K. V. Kalko, Sebastien J. Puechmaille, Vassilios Stathopoulos, Kate E. Jones

Editors: Robert Freckleton

Senescence impacts reproduction and maternal investment in bottlenose dolphins

Journal Article published 18 Jul 2018 in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences volume 285 issue 1883 on page 20181123

Research funded by National Geographic Society (CRE) | Office of Naval Research (10230702) | American Society of Mammalogists (Grant-in-Aid of Research) | National Science Foundation (0316800, 0820722, 0847922, 0918308, 0941487, 1559380, 9753044, GRFP DGE-1444316)

Authors: Caitlin Karniski, Ewa Krzyszczyk, Janet Mann

Environmental and spatial drivers of taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic characteristics of bat communities in human-modified landscapes

Journal Article published 13 Oct 2016 in PeerJ volume 4 on page e2551

Research funded by Bat Conservation International | Organization for Tropical Studies | American Society of Mammalogists | Center for Environmental Sciences and Engineering | Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Center for Conservation and Biodiversity | UCONN Graduate School | National Science Foundation (DEB-1050680)

Authors: Laura M. Cisneros, Matthew E. Fagan, Michael R. Willig

PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF PHENOTYPIC COVARIANCE STRUCTURE. I. CONTRASTING RESULTS FROM MATRIX CORRELATION AND COMMON PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSES

Journal Article published Apr 1997 in Evolution volume 51 issue 2 on pages 571 to 586

Research funded by Center for Latin American Studies | American Society of Mammalogists | Sigma Xi | Scientific Research Society | American Museum of Natural History | University of Chicago

Authors: Scott J. Steppan

GENETIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HYBRIDIZING CYTOTYPES OF THE TENT-MAKING BAT (URODERMA BILOBATUM )

Journal Article published Mar 1981 in Evolution volume 35 issue 2 on pages 306 to 321

Research funded by American Society of Mammalogists | National Science Foundation (DEB-76-20580) | Institute for Museum Research | Texas Tech University

Authors: Ira F. Greenbaum

DIFFERENT SPATIAL SCALES OF ADAPTATION IN THE CLIMBING BEHAVIOR OF PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS : GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION, NATURAL SELECTION, AND GENE FLOW

Journal Article published Jul 1990 in Evolution volume 44 issue 4 on pages 952 to 965

Research funded by American Society of Mammalogists | University of Arizona Graduate Student Development

Authors: Daniel B. Thompson

Wild capuchin monkeys anticipate the amount of ripe fruit in natural trees

Journal Article published 20 Jun 2017 in Animal Cognition volume 20 issue 5 on pages 841 to 853

Research funded by American Society of Mammalogists | Idea Wild

Authors: María Paula Tujague, Charles H. Janson

Optimal foraging behavior and the thermal neutral zone of Peromyscus leucopus during winter: A test using natural and controlled ambient temperatures

Journal Article published Feb 2016 in Journal of Thermal Biology volume 56 on pages 109 to 112

Research funded by Indiana Academy of Science | American Society of Mammalogists | Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional

Authors: Justin R. St. Juliana, William A. Mitchell

Plastic pikas: Behavioural flexibility in low-elevation pikas ( Ochotona princeps )

Journal Article published Apr 2016 in Behavioural Processes volume 125 on pages 63 to 71

Research funded by National Science Foundation (0750758, 1111533) | University of Utah | Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology | The Oregon Zoo Future for Wildlife Fund | The Wilderness Society Gloria Barron Scholarship | American Society of Mammalogists

Authors: Johanna Varner, Joshua J. Horns, Mallory S. Lambert, Elizabeth Westberg, James S. Ruff, Katelyn Wolfenberger, Erik A. Beever, M. Denise Dearing