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59. Lopez, N. & Stankowich, T. 2023. Sizing up swords: Correlated evolution of antlers and tusks in ruminants. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 30, 231-244. ReprintWeapon Allometry

58. Gallo, T., Fidino, M., Gerber, B., Ahlers, A.A., Angstmann, J.L., Amaya, M., Concilio, A.L., Drake, D., Gay, D., Lehrer, E.W., Murray, M.H. Ryan, T.J., St. Clair, C.C., Salsbury, C.M., Sander, H.A., Stankowich, T., Williamson, J., Belaire, J.A., Simon, K., Magle, S.B. 2022. Mammals adjust diel activity across gradients of urbanization. eLife, 11, e74756. ReprintDiel Urbanization

57. Caro, T., Brockelsbury, K., Ferrari, A., Koneru, M., Ono, K., Rowe, Z.W., Touche, E., Walker, H., Stankowich, T. 2022. On the evolution of distinctive natal coat coloration in primates. American Journal of Biological Anthropology, 177(3), 530-539.  ReprintNatal Primates

56. Kay, C.M., Rohnke, A., Sander, H., Stankowich, T., Fidino, M., Murray, M., Lewis, J., Taves, I., Lehrer, E., Zellmer, A., Schell, C., Magle, S. 2022. Barriers to building wildlife-inclusive cities: Insights from the deliberations of urban ecologists, urban planners, and landscape designers. People and NatureReprintUWIN Summit.

55. Magle, S., Fidino, M., Sander, H.A., Rohnke, A.T., Larson, K.L., Gallo, T., Kay, C.A.M., Lehrer, L., Murray, M.H., Adalsteinsson, S.A., Ahlers, A.A., Anthonysamy, W.J.B., Gramza, A.R., Green, A.M., Jordan, M.J., Lewis, J.S., Long, R.A., MacDougall, B., Pendergast, M.E., Remine, K., Simon, K.C., St. Clair, C.C., Stankowich, T., Zellmer, A.J., Schell, C.J. 2021. Wealth and urbanization shape medium and large terrestrial mammal communities. Global Change Biology, 17(21), 5446-5459. Reprint Luxury effect

54. Crofts, S.B. & Stankowich, T. 2021. Stabbing Spines: A review of the biomechanics and evolution of defensive spines. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 61(2), 655–667Reprint Spines review

53. Caro, T. & Stankowich, T. 2021. A roadmap for comparative primate coloration research: a response to comments on Caro et al. Behavioral Ecology, 32(4), 572–573. Reprint Primate coloration response

52. Caro, T., Brockelsby, K., Ferrari, A., Koneru, M., Ono, K., Touche, E., Stankowich, T. 2021. The evolution of primate coloration revisited. Behavioral Ecology, 32(4), 555–567. INVITED REVIEW WITH COMMENTARIES Reprint Adult primate coloration

51. Fidino, M., Gallo, T., ... Stankowich, T., Amaya, M., ... Magle, S. 2020. Landscape-scale differences among cities alter common species' responses to urbanization. Ecological Applications, 27(21), 5446-5459. Reprint Wildlife responses to urbanization

50. Caro, T., Raees, H. & Stankowich, T. 2020. Flash behavior in mammals? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 74, article 44. Reprint Flash behavior in mammals

49. Cabrera, D. & Stankowich, T. 2020. Stabbing slinkers: Tusk evolution among terrestrial artiodactyls. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 27(2), 265-272. Reprint Stabbing slinkers: Tusk evolution among terrestrial artiodactyls

48. Stankowich, T. & Stensrud, C. 2019. Small but spiny: the evolution of antipredator defenses in Madagascar tenrecs. Journal of Mammalogy, 100(1), 13-20. Reprint Small but spiny: the evolution of antipredator defenses in Madagascar tenrecs


Spines and smarts in Madagascar tenrecs. Description immedia