Robert B. Payne, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
ornithology, brood parasitism
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Ranjard L, Anderson MG, Rayner MJ, et al. (2010) Bioacoustic distances between the begging calls of brood parasites and their host species: A comparison of metrics and techniques Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 64: 1915-1926
Sefc KM, Payne RB, Sorenson MD. (2007) Single base errors in PCR products from avian museum specimens and their effect on estimates of historical genetic diversity Conservation Genetics. 8: 879-884
Sefc KM, Payne RB, Sorenson MD. (2007) Genetic differentiation after founder events: An evaluation of F ST estimators with empirical and simulated data Evolutionary Ecology Research. 9: 21-39
Payne RB, Sorenson MD. (2006) Song lines Natural History. 115: 41
Sefc KM, Payne RB, Sorenson MD. (2005) Genetic continuity of brood-parasitic indigobird species. Molecular Ecology. 14: 1407-19
Payne RB, Barlow CR, Balakrishnan CN, et al. (2005) Song mimicry of Black-bellied Firefinch Lagonosticta rara and other finches by the brood-parasitic Cameroon Indigobird Vidua camerunensis in West Africa Ibis. 147: 130-143
Payne RB, Barlow CR, Balakrishnan CN, et al. (2005) Song mimicry of Black-bellied Firefinch Lagonosticta rara and other finches by the brood-parasitic Cameroon Indigobird Vidua camerunensis in West Africa Ibis. 147: 130-143
Sorenson MD, Balakrishnan CN, Payne RB. (2004) Clade-limited colonization in brood parasitic finches (Vidua spp.). Systematic Biology. 53: 140-53
Payne RB, Sorenson MD. (2004) Behavioral and genetic identification of a hybrid vidua: Maternal origin and mate choice in a brood-parasitic finch Auk. 121: 156-161
Payne RB, Sorenson MD. (2004) Behavioral and genetic identification of a hybrid vidua: Maternal origin and mate choice in a brood-parasitic finch Auk. 121: 156-161
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