Publications

Submitted

Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Kelley, J.P., Case, S.B., Gleditsch, J.M., Hruska, A.M., Wilcox, R.C., Sperry, J., Foster, J.T., Drake, D.R., and C.E. Tarwater. Mechanisms underlying interaction frequencies and robustness in a novel seed dispersal network: lessons for restoration. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (submitted Sept. 2021)

Wilcox, R.C., Kelley, J.P., and C.E. Tarwater. Mechanistic underpinnings of variation in movement within an assemblage of frugivores. Oikos (submitted Aug. 2021)

Accepted and in revision

Tagestad, J., Kelley, J.P., Alfonso, C., and C.E. Tarwater. Males of a suboscine lekking bird (Ceratopipra mentalis) exhibit neighbor-stranger discrimination. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.

Tagestad, J., Kelley, J.P., and C.E. Tarwater. Males of a suboscine bird (Ceratopipra mentalis) exhibit individual distinctiveness in their contact call. Journal of Field Ornithology

Case. S., Postelli, K., Drake, D.R., Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Foster, J.T., Sperry, J., Kelley, J.P., and C.E. Tarwater. Introduced galliforms as seed predators and dispersers in Hawaiian forests. Biological Invasions (Accepted, April 2022)

Published

Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Sperry, J.H., Kelley, J.P., Gleditsch, J.M., Foster, J.T., Drake, D.R., Hruska, A.M., Wilcox, R.C., Case, S.B., and C.E. Tarwater. 2021. Ecological correlates of species’ roles in highly invaded seed dispersal networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (4) e2009532118.

Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Tarwater, C.E., Foster, J.T., Drake, D.R., Gleditsch, J.M., Hruska, A.M., Kelley, J.P., and J. H. Sperry. 2019. Structure, spatial dynamics, and stability of novel mutualistic networks. Science 364: 78-82.

Brandt, E., Kelley, J.P., and D.O. Elias. 2018. Effects of temperature on complex sexual behaviors in a jumping spider. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72:191

Martinez, A., Pollock, H., Kelley, J.P., and C.E. Tarwater. 2018. Social information cascades influences the formation of mixed species flocks of ant-following birds in the Neotropics. Animal Behaviour 135: 25-35.

Pollock, H., Martinez, A., Kelley, J.P., Touchton, J.M., and C.E. Tarwater. 2017. Heterospecific eavesdropping in ant-following birds of the Neotropics is a learned behavior. Proc. Royal Society-B. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.1785

Vanderbilt, C., Kelley, J.P., and E. H. DuVal. 2015. Variation in the performance of cross-contextual displays suggests selection on dual-male phenotypes in the lance-tailed manakin (Chiroxiphia lanceolata) Animal Behaviour 107: 213-219.

Wingfield,J.C., Kelley, J.P., Angelier, F., Chastel, O., Fumin, L., Lynn, S., Miner, B., Davis, J.E., & G. Wang. 2011. Organism-environment interactions in a changing world: a mechanistic approach.  Journal of Ornithology 152: S279-S288.

Wingfield, J.C., Kelley, J.P., & F. Angelier. 2011. What are extreme environmental conditions and how do organisms cope with them?  Current Zoology 57(3):363-374.

Tarwater, C.E., Kelley, J.P., & J.D. Brawn. 2009. Parental response to elevated begging in a high predation, tropical environment.  Animal Behaviour 78: 1239-1245.

Steiger, S.S., Kelley, J.P., Cochran, W.W., & M. Wikelski. 2009. Hypometabolism and inactive life style of a tropical rainforest bird is consistent with its high longevity. Physiological & Biochemical Zoology 82: 580-589.

Gil da Costa, R., Palleroni, A., Hauser, M.D., Touchton, J., & J.P. Kelley. 2003. Rapid acquisition of an alarm response by a Neotropical primate to a newly introduced avian predator. Proc. of the Royal Soc. of London: Biological Sciences203(1515): 605-610.

Fitch, W., and J.P. Kelley. 1999. Perception of vocal tract resonances by whooping cranes Grus americana. Ethology 106: 559-574