Robert M. Timm, Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Affiliations: 
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Area:
Tropical Ecology, Systematics, Mammalian Ecology, Host/parasite Relationships
Website:
http://www2.ku.edu/~eeb/faculty/timm.shtml
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Melin AD, Wells K, Moritz GL, et al. (2016) Euarchontan Opsin Variation brings New Focus to Primate Origins. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Timm RM, Cartes JL, Ruiz-Díaz M, et al. (2015) Distribution and ecology of squirrels (Rodentia: Sciuridae) in Paraguay, with first country records for Sciurus ignitus Southwestern Naturalist. 60: 121-127
Maher SP, Timm RM. (2014) Patterns of host and flea communities along an elevational gradient in Colorado Canadian Journal of Zoology. 92: 433-442
Holden AR, Harris JM, Timm RM. (2013) Paleoecological and taphonomic implications of insect-damaged pleistocene vertebrate remains from Rancho La Brea, southern California. Plos One. 8: e67119
Romero A, O'Neill BJ, Timm RM, et al. (2013) Group dynamics, behavior, and current and historical abundance of peccaries in Costa Rica's Caribbean lowlands Journal of Mammalogy. 94: 771-791
Romero A, Timm RM. (2013) Reproductive strategies and natural history of the arboreal Neotropical vesper mouse, Nyctomys sumichrasti Mammalia. 77: 363-370
Baldwin RA, Salmon TP, Schmidt RH, et al. (2013) Wildlife pests of California agriculture: Regional variability and subsequent impacts on management Crop Protection. 46: 29-37
Laurance WF, Useche DC, Rendeiro J, et al. (2012) Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas. Nature. 489: 290-4
Pine RH, Timm RM, Weksler M. (2012) A newly recognized clade of trans-Andean Oryzomyini (Rodentia: Cricetidae), with description of a new genus Journal of Mammalogy. 93: 851-870
Esselstyn JA, Timm RM, Brown RM. (2009) Do geological or climatic processes drive speciation in dynamic archipelagos? The tempo and mode of diversification in Southeast Asian shrews. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 63: 2595-610
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