Publications

 

In Review or In Prep

A.A. Curtis, J.H. Arbour and S.E. Santana. Mind the gap: Naturally occurring orofacial clefts reduce biting performance in bats. Journal of Experimental Biology (In Review, Revisions Requested)

Published or In Press

18. S.E. Santana, J.H. Arbour, A.A. Curtis, K.E. Stanchak. 3D digitization in functional morphology: Where is the point of diminishing returns? Integrative and Comparative Biology icz101. (link)

17. K.E. Stanchak, J.H. Arbour and S.E. Santana. 2019. Anatomical diversification of a skeletal novelty in bat feet. Evolution 73: 1591-1603.(link

16. Arbour, J.H., A.A. Curtis and S.E. Santana. 2019. Signatures of echolocation and dietary ecology in the adaptive evolution of skull shape in bats.. Nature Communications 10: 2036 (link)

15. Arbour, J.H. & López-Fernández, H. 2018. Intrinsic constraints on the diversification of Neotropical cichlid adductor mandibulae size. The  Anatomical Record 301(2): 216-226 (link)

14. Lee, W., Falk, B., Chiu, C., Krishnan, A., Arbour, J.H., Moss, C.F. 2017. Tongue-driven sonar beam steering by a lingual-echolocating fruit bat. PLoSBiology 15(12): e2003148 (link)

13. Arbour, J.H. & Santana, S.E.. 2017. A major shift in diversification rate helps explain macroevolutionary patterns in primate species diversity. Evolution 71(6): 1600-1613. (link)

12. Arbour, J.H., & López-Fernández, H. 2016. Continental cichlid radiations: functional diversity reveals the role of changing ecological opportunity in the Neotropics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 238: 20160556. (link)

11. Astudillo-Clavijo, V., Arbour, J.H. & López-Fernández, H. 2015. Selection towards different adaptive optima drove the early diversification of locomotor phenotypes in the radiation of Neotropical geophagine cichlids. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15: 77. (link)

10. Arbour, J.H. & López-Fernández, H.  2014. Adaptive landscape and functional diversity of Neotropical cichlids: implications for the ecology and evolution of Cichlinae (Cichlidae; Cichliformes). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(11): 2431-42. (link)

9. López-Fernández*, H., Arbour*, J.H., Willis, S., Watkins, C., Honeycutt, R., & Winemiller, K. 2014. Morphology and efficiency of a specialized foraging behavior, substrate sifting, in Neotropical cichlid fishes. PLoS ONE9(3): e89832 [* joint first authors] (link)

8. Arbour, J.H., Barriga Salazar, R.E., López-Fernández, H. 2014. A new species of Bujurquina (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from the Río Danta, Ecuador, with a key to all species in genus. Copeia 2014(1): 79-86. (link)

7. Arbour, J.H. and Brown, C.M.. 2014Incomplete specimens in geometric morphometric analyses. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5(1): 16-26. (link)

6. Arbour, J.H. & López-Fernández, H.. 2013. Ecological variation in South American geophagine cichlids arose during an early burst of adaptive morphological and functional evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20130849. (link)

5. López-Fernández, H., Arbour, J.H., Winemiller, K. O. & Honeycutt, R. L. 2013. Testing for ancient adaptive radiations in Neotropical cichlid fishes. Evolution 67: 1321-37. [cover feature] (link)

4. Brown, C. M., Arbour, J.H. & Jackson, D. 2012. Testing of the effect of missing data estimation and distribution in morphometric multivariate data analyses. Systematic Biology 61: 941-954. (link)

3. Arbour, J.H., Hardie, D. C.& Hutchings, J. A. 2011 Morphometric and genetic analyses of two sympatric morphs of Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) in the Canadian High Arctic. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89:19–30. (link)

2. Arbour, J.H. & López-Fernández, H. 2011. Guianacara dacrya, a new species from the rio Branco and Essequibo River drainages of the Guiana Shield (Perciformes: Cichlidae). Neotropical Ichthyology 9: 87–96. (link)

1. Arbour, J.H., Avendaño, P. & Hutchings, J. A. 2010. Aspects of the ecology and life history of AlligatorfishAspidophoroides monopterygius. Environmental Biology of Fishes 87: 353–362.