Nancy B. Simmons, PhD

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Mammalogy American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, United States 
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Mammalogy
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Ingala MR, Simmons NB, Dunbar M, et al. (2021) You are more than what you eat: potentially adaptive enrichment of microbiome functions across bat dietary niches. Animal Microbiome. 3: 82
Sandoval-Herrera NI, Mastromonaco GF, Becker DJ, et al. (2021) Inter- and intra-specific variation in hair cortisol concentrations of Neotropical bats. Conservation Physiology. 9: coab053
Sandoval-Herrera NI, Mastromonaco GF, Becker DJ, et al. (2021) Inter- and intra-specific variation in hair cortisol concentrations of Neotropical bats. Conservation Physiology. 9: coab053
Ingala MR, Simmons NB, Wultsch C, et al. (2021) Molecular diet analysis of neotropical bats based on fecal DNA metabarcoding. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 7474-7491
Nesi N, Tsagkogeorga G, Tsang SM, et al. (2021) Interrogating Phylogenetic Discordance Resolves Deep Splits in the Rapid Radiation of Old World Fruit Bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Systematic Biology
Tsang SM, Wiantoro S, Veluz MJ, et al. (2020) Dispersal out of Wallacea spurs diversification of flying foxes, the world's largest bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera). Journal of Biogeography. 47: 527-537
Becker DJ, Speer KA, Brown AM, et al. (2020) Ecological and evolutionary drivers of hemoplasma infection and bacterial genotype sharing in a Neotropical bat community. Molecular Ecology
Almeida FC, Simmons NB, Giannini NP. (2020) A Species-Level Phylogeny of Old World Fruit Bats with a New Higher-Level Classification of the Family Pteropodidae American Museum Novitates. 2020: 1
Walker FM, Tobin A, Simmons NB, et al. (2019) A fecal sequel: Testing the limits of a genetic assay for bat species identification. Plos One. 14: e0224969
Yohe LR, Davies KTJ, Simmons NB, et al. (2019) Evaluating the performance of targeted sequence capture, RNA-Seq, and degenerate-primer PCR cloning for sequencing the largest mammalian multigene family. Molecular Ecology Resources
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