Burying Beetle Identification Guide (southern Ontario) by Kiera Liblik  pdf version  online version

Birds of the Queen's University Biological Station Properties (2009) by Mark Conboy & Paul Martin  pdf





Martin, P.R., H.L. Kenyon and L. Hayes. 2020. Data from: Size‐dependent costs of migration: migrant bird species are subordinate to residents, but only at small body sizes. Dryad Dataset,


Martin, P.R. and F. Bonier, F. 2018, Data from: Species interactions limit the occurrence of urban-adapted birds in cities, v2, Dryad Dataset,

Wettlaufer, J.D., K.W. Burke, A. Schizkoske, D.V. Beresford and P.R. Martin. 2018. Data from: Ecological divergence of burying beetles into the forest canopy.

Rohwer, V.G., A. Pauw, P.R. Martin. 2017, Data from: Fluff-thieving birds sabotage seed dispersal, Dryad Dataset,

Martin, P.R., C. Freshwater and C.K. Ghalambor. 2017. Data from: The outcomes of most aggressive interactions among closely related bird species are asymmetric.

Purves, E.F., M.A. Conboy, R.J. Robertson and P.R. Martin. 2016. Data from: Does white tail patch size indicate quality in male Cerulean Warblers (Setophaga cerulea), Dryad Dataset,

Rohwer, V.G., F. Bonier and P.R. Martin. 2015. Data from: Conflict between biotic and climatic selective pressures acting on an extended phenotype in a subarctic, but not temperate, environment, Dryad Dataset,

Bothwell, E., R. Montgomerie, S.C. Lougheed and P.R. Martin. 2015. Data from: Closely related species of birds differ more in body size when their ranges overlap—in warm, but not cool, climates, Dryad Dataset,

Martin, P.R., R. Montgomerie and S.C. Lougheed. 2015. Data from: Color patterns of closely-related bird species are more divergent at intermediate levels of breeding range sympatry, Dryad Dataset,

Martin, P.R. and C.K. Ghalambor. 2014. Data from: When David beats Goliath: The advantage of large size in interspecific aggressive contests declines over evolutionary time.

Freshwater, C., C.K. Ghalambor and P.R. Martin. 2014. Data from: Repeated patterns of trait divergence between closely related dominant and subordinate bird species.

Bonier, F., C. Eikenaar, P.R. Martin and I.T. Moore. 2013. Data from: Extrapair paternity rates vary with latitude and elevation in Emberizid sparrows, Dryad Dataset,

Danner, R.M. et al. 2011, Data from: Female, but not male, tropical sparrows respond more strongly to the local song dialect: implications for population divergence., Dryad Dataset,

Martin, P.R., R. Montgomerie and S.C. Lougheed. 2010. Data from: Rapid sympatry explains greater color pattern divergence in high latitude birds.

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