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Metatranscriptomics yields new genomic resources and sensitive detection of infections for diverse blood parasites
SC Galen, J Borner, JL Williamson, CC Witt, SL Perkins
Molecular Ecology Resources 20, 14-28, 2020
292020
Contrasting drivers of diversity in hosts and parasites across the tropical Andes
SM McNew, LN Barrow, JL Williamson, SC Galen, HR Skeen, SG DuBay, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (12), e2010714118, 2021
252021
Ecology, not distance, explains community composition in parasites of sky-island Audubon’s Warblers
JL Williamson, CJ Wolf, LN Barrow, MJ Baumann, SC Galen, CJ Schmitt, ...
International Journal for Parasitology 49 (6), 437-448, 2019
242019
Elevational niche-shift migration: Why the degree of elevational change matters for the ecology, evolution, and physiology of migratory birds
JL Williamson, CC Witt
Ornithology 138 (2), 1-26, 2021
172021
Diversity, abundance, and host relationships of avian malaria and related haemosporidians in New Mexico pine forests
RA Marroquin-Flores, JL Williamson, AN Chavez, SM Bauernfeind, ...
PeerJ 5, e3700, 2017
172017
A lightweight backpack harness for tracking hummingbirds
JL Williamson, CC Witt
Journal of Avian Biology 52 (9), e02802, 2021
122021
Detecting turnover among complex communities using null models: A case study with sky-island haemosporidian parasites
LN Barrow, SM Bauernfeind, PA Cruz, JL Williamson, DL Wiley, JE Ford, ...
Oecologia 195, 435-451, 2021
102021
Hummingbird blood traits track oxygen availability across space and time
JL Williamson, EB Linck, E Bautista, JA Smiley, Ashley, McGuire, ...
Ecology Letters, 1-14, 2023
8*2023
Blood variation implicates respiratory limits on elevational ranges of Andean birds
EB Linck, JL  Williamson, E Bautista, EJ Beckman, PM Benham, ...
The American Naturalist 201 (5), 741-754, 2023
72023
Predator playback, foraging height, and phylogeny affect gap crossing behavior in tropical forest birds
JL Williamson, ME Fagan
Ornitología Neotropical 28, 163-174, 2017
62017
Predictable outcomes of warbler hybridization: Synthesis and an exceptional Yellow x Black-throated Blue Warbler (Setophaga petechia x S. caerulescens) pairing
JL Williamson, EF Gyllenhaal, KD Oliver, SS Brady, AB Johnson, ...
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 133 (1), 82-102, 2021
22021
Freshwater parasites as potential barriers to seabird dispersal: Evidence from vagrant booby specimens in western North America
MJ Baumann, SV Brant, SM Bauernfeind, CRB Gerhart, JL Williamson, ...
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 135 (3), 327-344, 2023
12023
Intra- and interspecific nest stacking in marsh-dwelling songbirds
CR Gadek, JL Williamson, CC Witt
Biotropica, 1-6, 2022
12022
Extraordinary levels of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in vertebrate animals at a New Mexico desert oasis: multiple pathways for wildlife and human exposure
CC Witt, CR Gadek, JLE Cartron, MJ Andersen, ML Campbell, ...
Environmental Research, 118229, 2024
2024
THE ROLE OF ELEVATION IN THE MIGRATION, PHYSIOLOGY, AND GENOMIC DIVERSIFICATION OF BIRDS
JL Williamson
2024
Genetic confirmation of a hybrid between two highly divergent cardinalid species: A rose-breasted grosbeak (Pheucticus ludovicianus) and a scarlet tanager (Piranga olivacea)
DPL Toews, TA Rhinehart, R Mulvihill, S Galen, SM Gosser, T Johnson, ...
Ecology and Evolution 12 (8), e9512, 2022
2022
Evidence of brood parasitism and quantification of rangewide overlap between the Olive Warbler and Brown-headed Cowbird
JL Williamson, MJ Baumann
Western Birds 52, 68-75, 2021
2021
The paradoxical Giant Hummingbird: Comparison of Andean and coastal subspecies with respect to blood, migration, and genes
JL Williamson
2018
Golden-plumed Parakeet (Leptosittaca branickii)
JL Williamson
https://neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/Species-Account/nb/species/goppar1 …, 2016
2016
Reproductive behavior and habitat use of threatened Golden-plumed Parakeets (Leptosittaca branickii) at Tapichalaca Reserve, Ecuador
JL Williamson
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