Michael David Collins

2006 The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
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Daniel Simberloff grad student 2006 University of Tennessee
 (Avian community ecology: Patterns of co-occurrence, nestedness, and morphology.)
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Fecchio A, Collins MD, Bell JA, et al. (2019) Bird Tissues from Museum Collections Are Reliable for Assessing Avian Haemosporidian Diversity. The Journal of Parasitology. 105: 446-453
Fecchio A, Bell JA, Pinheiro RBP, et al. (2019) Avian host composition, local speciation, and dispersal drive the regional assembly of avian malaria parasites in South American birds. Molecular Ecology
Fecchio A, Bell JA, Collins MD, et al. (2018) Diversification by host switching and dispersal shaped the diversity and distribution of avian malaria parasites in Amazonia Oikos. 127: 1233-1242
Fecchio A, Pinheiro R, Felix G, et al. (2018) Host community similarity and geography shape the diversity and distribution of haemosporidian parasites in Amazonian birds Ecography. 41: 505-515
Ellis VA, Collins MD. (2018) Temporal changes in abundance exhibit less spatial structure than abundance itself in North American birds Journal of Ornithology. 160: 37-47
Collins MD, Relyea GE, Blustein EC, et al. (2017) Neotropical Migrants Exhibit Variable Body-Size Changes Over Time and Space Northeastern Naturalist. 24: 82-96
Ellis VA, Medeiros MC, Collins MD, et al. (2016) Prevalence of avian haemosporidian parasites is positively related to the abundance of host species at multiple sites within a region. Parasitology Research
Collins MD, Relyea GE, Blustein EC, et al. (2016) Heterogeneous changes in avian body size across and within species Journal of Ornithology. 158: 39-52
Connor EF, Collins MD, Simberloff D. (2015) The checkered history of checkerboard distributions: reply. Ecology. 96: 3388-9
Trout Fryxell RT, Moore JE, Collins MD, et al. (2015) Habitat and Vegetation Variables Are Not Enough When Predicting Tick Populations in the Southeastern United States. Plos One. 10: e0144092
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