Carlos A. Botero
Carlos A. Botero
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Washington University in Saint Louis
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Evolutionary tipping points in the capacity to adapt to environmental change
CA Botero, FJ Weissing, J Wright, DR Rubenstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (1), 184-189, 2015
2842015
The ecology of religious beliefs
CA Botero, B Gardner, KR Kirby, J Bulbulia, MC Gavin, RD Gray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (47), 16784-16789, 2014
1992014
Sexual selection accelerates signal evolution during speciation in birds
N Seddon, CA Botero, JA Tobias, PO Dunn, HEA MacGregor, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1766), 20131065, 2013
1712013
Syllable type consistency is related to age, social status and reproductive success in the tropical mockingbird
CA Botero, RJ Rossman, LM Caro, LM Stenzler, IJ Lovette, SR De Kort, ...
Animal Behaviour 77 (3), 701-706, 2009
1432009
D-PLACE: A global database of cultural, linguistic and environmental diversity
KR Kirby, RD Gray, SJ Greenhill, FM Jordan, S Gomes-Ng, HJ Bibiko, ...
PloS one 11 (7), e0158391, 2016
1282016
Trill consistency is an age-related assessment signal in banded wrens
SR de Kort, ERB Eldermire, S Valderrama, CA Botero, SL Vehrencamp
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1665), 2315-2321, 2009
1162009
Fluctuating environments, sexual selection and the evolution of flexible mate choice in birds
CA Botero, DR Rubenstein
PloS one 7 (2), e32311, 2012
972012
Climatic patterns predict the elaboration of song displays in mockingbirds
CA Botero, NJ Boogert, SL Vehrencamp, IJ Lovette
Current Biology 19 (13), 1151-1155, 2009
842009
Family living sets the stage for cooperative breeding and ecological resilience in birds
M Griesser, SM Drobniak, S Nakagawa, CA Botero
PLoS biology 15 (6), e2000483, 2017
832017
Environmental harshness is positively correlated with intraspecific divergence in mammals and birds
CA Botero, R Dor, CM McCain, RJ Safran
Molecular ecology 23 (2), 259-268, 2014
792014
Cooperation facilitates the colonization of harsh environments
CK Cornwallis, CA Botero, DR Rubenstein, PA Downing, SA West, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (3), 1-10, 2017
782017
High resource valuation fuels “desperado” fighting tactics in female jumping spiders
DO Elias, CA Botero, MCB Andrade, AC Mason, MM Kasumovic
Behavioral Ecology 21 (4), 868-875, 2010
752010
Toward a mechanistic understanding of linguistic diversity
MC Gavin, CA Botero, C Bowern, RK Colwell, M Dunn, RR Dunn, ...
BioScience 63 (7), 524-535, 2013
612013
How reliable are the methods for estimating repertoire size?
CA Botero, AE Mudge, AM Koltz, WM Hochachka, SL Vehrencamp
Ethology 114 (12), 1227-1238, 2008
552008
The evolution of individual variation in communication strategies
CA Botero, I Pen, J Komdeur, FJ Weissing
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (11), 3123-3133, 2010
492010
Different axes of environmental variation explain the presence vs. extent of cooperative nest founding associations in Polistes paper wasps
MJ Sheehan, CA Botero, TA Hendry, BE Sedio, JM Jandt, S Weiner, ...
Ecology letters 18 (10), 1057-1067, 2015
452015
Phylogenetic relationships of the mockingbirds and thrashers (Aves: Mimidae)
IJ Lovette, BS Arbogast, RL Curry, RM Zink, CA Botero, JP Sullivan, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63 (2), 219-229, 2012
392012
Big brains stabilize populations and facilitate colonization of variable habitats in birds
TS Fristoe, AN Iwaniuk, CA Botero
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (11), 1706-1715, 2017
352017
Sexual selection, speciation and constraints on geographical range overlap in birds
CR Cooney, JA Tobias, JT Weir, CA Botero, N Seddon
Ecology Letters 20 (7), 863-871, 2017
342017
Relative threat and recognition ability in the responses of tropical mockingbirds to song playback
CA Botero, JM Riveros, SL Vehrencamp
Animal behaviour 73 (4), 661-669, 2007
322007
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