Publications

(2020). Phylogenetics and Historical Biogeography. T.H. Fleming, L.M. Dávalos, and M.A.R. Mello (eds.). Phyllostomid bats: A Unique Mammalian Radiation (pp. 87-103). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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(2020). Overview of This Book. T.H. Fleming, L.M. Dávalos, and M.A.R. Mello (eds.). Phyllostomid bats: A Unique Mammalian Radiation (pp. 3-5). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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(2020). Adapt or Live: Adaptation, Convergent Evolution, and Plesiomorphy. T.H. Fleming, L.M. Dávalos, and M.A.R. Mello (eds.). Phyllostomid bats: A Unique Mammalian Radiation (pp. 157-202). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. *Equal contribution.

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(2018). On the Evolution and Diversification of Andean Hummingbirds. In Ecology and Evolution. p. 100. State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York.

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(2018). Protocols for the Molecular Evolutionary Analysis of Membrane Protein Gene Duplicates. T.T. Sikosek (ed.). Computational Methods in Protein Evolution (pp. 49-62). New York: Springer.

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(2018). The Ghosts of Development Past: Deforestation and Coca in Western Amazonia. P. Gootenberg and L.M. Dávalos (eds). The Origins of Cocaine: Colonization and Failed Development in the Amazon Andes. (pp. 19-51). London: Routledge.

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(2017). The Molecular Evolution of Bat Chemosensory Pathways Reveals Sensory Innovation and Loss. In Ecology and Evolution. p. 138. State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York.

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(2012). West Indian Mammals: the Old, the New, and the Recently Extinct. B. Patterson and L.P. Costa (eds.). Bones, Clones and Biomes: the History and Geography of Recent Neotropical Mammals (pp. 157-202). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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(2010). The river-refuge hypothesis and other contributions of Márcio Ayres to conservation science. M. Pinedo Vasquez, M. Ruffino, C.J. Padoch, and E. Brondizio (eds.). The Amazonian Varzea: the Decade Past and the Decade Ahead (pp. 315-322). New York: Springer.

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(2010). Earth history and the evolution of Caribbean bats. Fleming, T.H., and P.A. Racey (eds.). Island bats: ecology, evolution, and conservation (pp. 96-115). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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(2008). Conservation in conflict: illegal drugs versus habitat in the Americas. E. Fearn (ed.). State of the Wild 2008-2009: A global portrait of wildlife, wildlands, and oceans (pp. 218-25). Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

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(2007). Environmental damage from illicit drug crops in Colombia. W. de Jong, D. Donovan, and K.I. Abe (eds.). Extreme conflict and tropical forests (pp. 133-147). Dordecht: Springer.

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(2005). Guerrillas in the midst. Conservation Biology 19(6), 2040-2043.

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(2005). Colombia: the many faces of the war. ETFRN Newsletter 43 / 44, 63-65.

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(2005). Bats of Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 41(4), 882-883.

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(2003). Forests in the Time of Violence: Conservation Implications of the Colombian War. Price, S.V. (ed.). War and tropical forests: conservation in areas of armed conflict. (pp. 49-70). New York: Food Products Press. Cross-published in journal.

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(2001). The birds of Ile-a-Vache, Haiti. Caribbean Journal of Science, 37(1-2), 112-115.

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(2001). Forests under fire. North American Congress on Latin America [NACLA] Report on the Americas 35(1), 29-34.

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(1998). Birds-Aves. Colombian EBA Project Report Series, Colombia 98: expedition to Serranía de los Churumbelos (1), 17-21.

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(1997). Marcadores moleculares asociados a resistencia al virus de la hoja blanca de arroz (Oryza sativa L.). In Departamento de Biología. p. 112. Universidad del Valle, Facultad de Ciencias, Santiago de Cali.

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