WILEY AND COLLEAGUES: RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

TROPICAL BIOLOGY

Wiley, R. H. 2010. Alfonso Olalla and the ornithological exploration of Peru. American Museum of Natural History Bulletin 343: 1-68.
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Luther, D., and R. H. Wiley. 2009. Production and perception of communicatory signals in a noisy environment.   Biology Letters 5: 183-187.
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Luther, D. 2008. Signaller:receiver coordination and the timing of communication in Amazonian birds. Biology Letters 4: 651-654.
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Price, J., and R. H. Wiley. 2000. Duets and drawls. Natural History 109 (March): 50-53.
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Price, J. J. 1999. Recognition of family-specific calls in stripe-backed wrens. Animal Behaviour 57: 483-492.
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Price, J. J. 1998. Family- and sex-specific vocal traditions in a cooperatively breeding songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265: 497-502.
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Stevens, E. E., and R. H. Wiley.   1995.   Genetic consequences of restricted dispersal and incest avoidance in a cooperatively breeding wren.   Journal of Theoretical Biology 175:   423-436.
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Rabenold, K. N. 1985. Cooperation in breeding by nonreproductive wrens: kinship, reciprocity, and demography. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 17: 1-17.
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Rabenold, K. N. 1984. Cooperative enhancement of reproductive success in tropical wren societies. Ecology 65: 871-885.
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Wiley, R. H., and K. N. Rabenold. 1984. The evolution of cooperative breeding by delayed reciprocity and queuing for favorable social positions. Evolution 38: 609-621.
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Wiley, R. H.   1980.   Multispecies antbird societies in lowland forests of Surinam and Ecuador: stable membership and foraging differences.   Journal of Zoology, London, 191:   127-145.
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Wiley, R. H., and M. S. Wiley. 1980. Territorial behavior of a blackbird: mechanisms of site-dependent dominance. Behaviour 73: 130-154.
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Wiley, R. H., and M. S. Wiley. 1980. Spacing and timing in the nesting ecology of a tropical blackbird: comparison of populations in different environments. Ecological Monographs 50: 153-178.
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Wiley, R. H., and A. Cruz. 1980. The Jamaican blackbird: a "natural experiment" in socioecology. In M. K. Hecht, W. C. Steere, and B. Wallace (editors). Evolutionary Biology, vol. 13. Plenum Press, New York. Pp. 261-293.
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Wiley, R. H. 1971. Song groups in a singing assembly of little hermits. Condor 73: 28-35.
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Wiley, R. H. 1971. Cooperative roles in mixed flocks of antwrens (Formicariidae). Auk 88: 881-892.
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