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Jordan Karubian
Jordan Karubian
Associate Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Tulane University
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Genomic and morphological analysis of a semipermeable avian hybrid zone suggests asymmetrical introgression of a sexual signal
DT Baldassarre, TA White, J Karubian, MS Webster
Evolution 68 (9), 2644-2657, 2014
1132014
Costs and benefits of variable breeding plumage in the red‐backed fairy‐wren
J Karubian
Evolution 56 (8), 1673-1682, 2002
1052002
Extrapair paternity and sexual selection in socially monogamous birds: are tropical birds different?
RH Macedo, J Karubian, MS Webster
The Auk 125 (4), 769-777, 2008
992008
Destination‐based seed dispersal homogenizes genetic structure of a tropical palm
J Karubian, VL Sork, T Roorda, R Duraes, TB Smith
Molecular Ecology 19 (8), 1745-1753, 2010
972010
Plumage color and reproduction in the Red-backed Fairy-wren: why be a dull breeder?
MS Webster, CW Varian, J Karubian
Behavioral Ecology 19 (3), 517-524, 2008
932008
The pollen dispersal kernel and mating system of an insect-pollinated tropical palm, Oenocarpus bataua
K Ottewell, E Grey, F Castillo, J Karubian
Heredity 109 (6), 332-339, 2012
732012
Bill coloration, a flexible signal in a tropical passerine bird, is regulated by social environment and androgens
J Karubian, WR Lindsay, H Schwabl, MS Webster
Animal Behaviour 81 (4), 795-800, 2011
642011
A trans-Amazonian screening of mtDNA reveals deep intraspecific divergence in forest birds and suggests a vast underestimation of species diversity
B Milá, ES Tavares, A Munoz Saldana, J Karubian, TB Smith, AJ Baker
PLoS One 7 (7), e40541, 2012
612012
The effects of delayed plumage maturation on aggression and survival in male red-backed fairy-wrens
J Karubian, TS Sillett, MS Webster
Behavioral Ecology 19 (3), 508-516, 2008
612008
Temporal and spatial patterns of macaw abundance in the Ecuadorian Amazon
J Karubian, J Fabara, D Yunes, JP Jorgenson, D Romo, TB Smith
The Condor 107 (3), 617-626, 2005
612005
Selection on females can create ‘larger males’
J Karubian, JP Swaddle
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
602001
Multiple hypotheses explain variation in extra‐pair paternity at different levels in a single bird family
L Brouwer, M van de Pol, NH Aranzamendi, G Bain, DT Baldassarre, ...
Molecular Ecology 26 (23), 6717-6729, 2017
452017
Mating Behavior Drives Seed Dispersal by the Long‐wattled Umbrellabird Cephalopterus penduliger
J Karubian, R Duraes, JL Storey, TB Smith
Biotropica 44 (5), 689-698, 2012
452012
Effects of forest disturbance and habitat loss on avian communities in a Neotropical biodiversity hotspot
R Durães, L Carrasco, TB Smith, J Karubian
Biological conservation 166, 203-211, 2013
432013
Effects of seed disperser social behavior on patterns of seed movement and deposition
J Karubian, R Durães
Oecologia Brasiliensis 13 (1), 45-57, 2009
402009
Amphibian diversity and species composition in relation to habitat type and alteration in the Mache–Chindul Reserve, Northwest Ecuador
GFM Jongsma, RW Hedley, R Durães, J Karubian
Herpetologica 70 (1), 34-46, 2014
372014
Habitat loss and fragmentation reduce effective gene flow by disrupting seed dispersal in a neotropical palm
L Browne, J Karubian
Molecular Ecology 27 (15), 3055-3069, 2018
362018
Changes in breeding status are associated with rapid bill darkening in male red‐backed fairy‐wrens Malurus melanocephalus
J Karubian
Journal of Avian Biology 39 (1), 81-86, 2008
342008
Use of alpha, beta, and gamma diversity measures to characterize seed dispersal by animals
DG Scofield, PE Smouse, J Karubian, VL Sork
The American Naturalist 180 (6), 719-732, 2012
332012
The relative importance of male tail length and nuptial plumage on social dominance and mate choice in the red‐backed fairy‐wren Malurus melanocephalus: Evidence for the …
J Karubian, JP Swaddle, CW Varian‐Ramos, MS Webster
Journal of Avian Biology 40 (5), 559-568, 2009
322009
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