Woodman N, Timm RM (2017) A new species of small-eared shrew in the Cryptotis thomasi species group from Costa Rica (Eulipotyphla: Soricidae). Mammal Research 62(2):89-101. DOI:


Bennett D, Campbell G, Timm RM (2016) The dogs of Roman Vindolanda: Morphometric techniques useful in differentiating domestic and wild canids. Archaeofauna 26:79–106. []

Bennett D, Timm RM (2016) The dogs of Roman Vindolanda, Part II: Time-stratigraphic occurrence, ethnographic comparisons, and biotype reconstruction. Archaeofauna 26:107–126. []

Ceríacol LMP, Gutiérrez EE, Dubois A (2016) Photography-based taxonomy is inadequate, unnecessary, and potentially harmful for biological sciences. Zootaxa 4196(3):435–445. DOI:

Eifler D, Eifler M, Malela K, Childers J (2016) Social networks in the Little Scrub Island ground lizard (Ameiva corax). Journal of Ethology 34(3):343-348. DOI:

Garrison G, Phillips M, Eifler M, Eifler D (2016) Intraspecific variation in opportunistic use of trophic resources by the lizard Ameiva corax (Squamata: Teiidae). Amphibia-Reptilia 37:331-334. DOI:

Jacobson F, Garrison G, Penner J, Zecchini Gebin J, Eifler M, Eifler D (2016) Escape behaviour in the leopard lizard (Gambelia wislizenii): effects of starting distance and sex. Amphibia-Reptilia 37:320-324. DOI:

McClearn D et al. (2016) The Caribbean lowland evergreen moist and wet forests. Pp. 527–587, in Costa Rica ecosystems. M. Kappelle (ed.). University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 744 pp.

Melin AD, Wells K, Moritz GL, Kistler L, Orkin JD, Timm RM, Bernard H, Lakim MB, Perry GH, Kawamura S, Dominy NJ (2016) Euarchontan opsin variation brings new focus to Primate origins. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(4):1029–1041. []

Pavan AC, Marroig G (2016) Integrating multiple evidences in taxonomy: species diversity and phylogeny of mustached bats (Mormoopidae: Pteronotus). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 103:184-198.

Pavan SE, Jansa SA, Voss RS (2016) Spatiotemporal diversification of a low-vagility Neotropical vertebrate clade (short-tailed opossums, Didelphidae: Monodelphis). Journal of Biogeography 43:1299-1309. DOI:

Romero A, Timm RM, Gerow KG, McClearn D (2016) Non-volant mammalian populations in primary and secondary Neotropical rainforests as revealed by transect surveys. Journal of Mammalogy 97(2):331–346 (+ cover image). DOI:

Sikes RS, Bryan JA, Byman D, Danielson BJ, Eggleston J, Gannon MR, Gannon WL, Hale DW, Jesmer B, Odell DK, Olson LE, Stevens RD, Timm RM, Trewhitt SA, Willoughby JR (2016) 2016 Guidelines of the American Society of Mammalogists for the use of wild mammals in research. Journal of Mammalogy 97(3):663–688. DOI:

Spradley JP, Glander KE, Kay RF (2016) Dust in the wind: how climate variables and volcanic dust affect rates of tooth wear in Central American howling monkeys. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 159:210-222.

Tague RG (2016) Pelvic sexual dimorphism among species monomorphic in body size: relationship to relative newborn body mass. Journal of Mammalogy 97(2):503-517. DOI:

Timm RM, Weijola V, Aplin KP, Donnellan SC, Flannery TF, Thomson V, Pine RH (2016) A new species of Rattus (Rodentia: Muridae) from Manus Island, Papua New Guinea. Journal of Mammalogy 97(3):861–878. DOI:


Cudworth NL, Grenier MB (2015) Thomomys clusius (Rodentia: Geomyidae). Mammalian Species 47(923):57-62.

Dittmer DE, Eifler MA, Eifler DA (2015) Reptiles, rarely seen amphibians and rainfall: the trifecta of optimal herping in the Outback. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians 22(3):111–125 (

Escudero Duch C, Williams RAJ, Timm RM, Perez-Tris J, Benitez L (2015) A Century of Shope Papillomavirus in Museum Rabbit Specimens. PLoS ONE 10(7):e0132172. DOI:

Frey JK (2015) Variation in phenology of hibernation and reproduction in the endangered New Mexico meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius luteus). PeerJ 3:e1138. DOI:

Giarla TC, Esselstyn JA (2015) The challenges of resolving a rapid, recent radiation: empirical and simulated phylogenomics of Philippine shrews. Systematic Biology 64(5):727-740. DOI:

Pavan SE (2015) A new species of Monodelphis (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. American Museum Novitates 3832, 15 pp.

Quiroga-Carmona M, Woodman N (2015) A new species of Cryptotis (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla, Soricidae) from the Sierra de Perijá, Venezuelan-Colombian Andes. Journal of Mammalogy 96(4):800-809. DOI:

Woodman N (2015). Morphological variation among broad-clawed shrews (Mammalia: Eulipotyphla: Soricidae: Cryptotis Pomel, 1848) from highlands of western Honduras, with descriptions of three new cryptic species. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 83(2):95-119.


Brown RM, Weghorst JA, Olson KV, Duya MRM, Barley AJ, et al. (2014) Conservation genetics of the Philippine tarsier: cryptic genetic variation restructures conservation priorities for an island archipelago primate. PLoS ONE 9(8):e104340. DOI:

Guevara L, Sanchez-Cordero V, León-Paniagua L, Woodman N (2014) A new species of small-eared shrew (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla, Cryptotis) from the Lacandona rain forest, Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy 95(4):739-753. DOI:

LaVal RK, Timm RM (2014) Mamíferos de Monteverde—2014. In Monteverde: Ecology and conservation of a tropical cloud forest (N. M. Nadkarni and N. T. Wheelwright, eds.). Oxford University Press, New York.

Maher SP, Timm, RM (2014) Patterns of host and flea communities along an elevational gradient. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92(5). [pdf:]

Parlos JA, Timm RM, Swier VJ, Zeballos H, Baker RJ (2014) Evaluation of the paraphyletic assemblage within Lonchophyllinae, with description of a new tribe and genus. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University 320:i + 1–23. [pdf:]

Pavan SE, Jansa SA, Voss RS (2014) Molecular phylogeny of short-tailed opossums (Didelphidae: Monodelphis): Taxonomic implications and tests of evolutionary hypotheses. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 79:199-214.


Hafner DJ, Smith AT (2010) Revision of the subspecies of the American pika, Ochotona princeps (Lagomorpha: Ochotonidae). Journal of Mammalogy 91(2):401-471. DOI:

Timm RM (2013) Bibliography of publications from research based on mammal specimens in the University of Kansas Natural History Museum.