Publications of Michael R. Willig

Currently, publications are separated into three sections (Books and Monographs, Scientific Journals, and Reviews). Within each section publications are sorted by year of publication and by alphabetical order within years. Some of the publications (those with active links) are available to read in a PDF format.

Books and Monographs

1. Willig, M. R. 1983. Composition, microgeographic variation, and sexual dimorphism in Caatingas and Cerrado bat communities from northeast Brazil. Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 23:1-131.

2. Morris, D. W., Z. Abramsky, B. J. Fox, and M. R. Willig, editors. 1989. Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities. Special Publications, The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

3. Walker, L. R., W. L. Silver, M. R. Willig, and J. K. Zimmerman, editors. 1996. Special issue: Long term responses of Caribbean ecosystems to disturbance. Biotropica 28:414-614.

4. Gannon, M. R., M. R. Duran, A. Kurta, and M. R. Willig. 2005. Bats of Puerto Rico: An Island Focus and Caribbean Perspective. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, Texas.

5. Scheiner, S. M., and M. R. Willig, editors. 2011. Theory of Ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

6. Brokaw, N. , T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. 2012. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

7. González, G., M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide, editors. 2013. Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape. Ecological Bulletins 54:1-250.

Scientific Journals

1. Mares, M. A., R. Adams, T. E. Lacher, Jr., and M. R. Willig. 1980. Home range dynamics in chipmunks: Responses to experimental manipulation of population density and distribution. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 49:193-201.

2. Mares, M. A., M. R. Willig, and N. A. Bitar. 1980. Home range size in eastern chipmunks, Tamias striatus, as a function of number of captures: Statistical biases of inadequate sampling. Journal of Mammalogy 61:661-669.

3. Mares, M. A., K. E. Streilein, and M. R. Willig. 1981. Experimental assessment of several population estimation techniques on an introduced population of eastern chipmunks. Journal of Mammalogy 62:315-328.

4. Mares, M. A., M. R. Willig, K. E. Streilein, and T. E. Lacher, Jr. 1981. The mammals of northeastern Brazil: A preliminary assessment. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 50:81-137.

5. Coleman, B. D., M. A. Mares, M. R. Willig, and Y. H. Hsieh. 1982. Randomness, area and species richness. Ecology 63:1121-1133.

6. Lacher, T. E., Jr., M. R. Willig, and M. A. Mares. 1982. Food preference as a function of resource abundance with multiple prey types: An experimental analysis of optimal foraging theory. American Naturalist 120:297-316.

7. Mares, M. A., T. E. Lacher, Jr., M. R. Willig, N. A. Bitar, R. Adams, A. Klinger, and D. Tazik. 1982. An experimental analysis of social spacing in Tamias striatus. Ecology 63:267-273.

8. Willig, M. R., and A. Bauman. 1984. Notes on bats from the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico. Pages 1-12. CEER-T-194.

9. Mares, M. A., M. R. Willig, and T. E. Lacher, Jr. 1985. The Brazilian Caatinga in South American zoogeography: Tropical mammals in a dry region. Journal of Biogeography 12:57-69.

10. Willig, M. R. 1985. Reproductive patterns of bats from Caatingas and Cerrado biomes in northeast Brazil. Journal of Mammalogy 66:668-681.

11. Willig, M. R. 1985. Reproductive activity of female bats from northeast Brazil. Bat Research News 26:17-20.

12. Willig, M. R. 1985. Ecology, reproductive biology, and systematics of Neoplatymops mattogrossensis (Chiroptera: Molossidae). Journal of Mammalogy 66:618-628.

13. Willig, M. R., and J. K. Jones, Jr. 1985. Neoplatymops mattogrossensis. Mammalian Species 244:1-3.

14. Willig, M. R. 1986. Bat community structure in South America: A tenacious chimera. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 59:151-168.

15. Willig, M. R., R. W. Garrison, and A. J. Bauman. 1986. Population dynamics and natural history of a Neotropical walking stick, Lamponius portoricensis Rehn (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae). Texas Journal of Science 38:121-137.

16. Willig, M. R., R. D. Owen, and R. L. Colbert. 1986. Assessment of morphometric variation in natural populations: The inadequacy of the univariate approach. Systematic Zoology 35:195-203.

17. Willig, M. R., and R. R. Hollander. 1987. Vampyrops lineatus. Mammalian Species 275:1-4.

18. Willig, M. R., and R. D. Owen. 1987. Fluctuating asymmetry in the cheetah: Methodological and interpretive concerns. Evolution 41:225-227.

19. Willig, M. R., and R. D. Owen. 1987. Univariate analyses of morphometric variation do not emulate the results of multivariate analyses. Systematic Zoology 36:398-400.

20. Van Den Bussche, R. A., M. R. Willig, R. K. Chesser, and R. B. Waide. 1988. Genetic variation and systematics of four taxa of Neotropical walking sticks (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 90:422-427.

21. Gannon, M. R., M. R. Willig, and J. K. Jones, Jr. 1989. Sturnira lilium. Mammalian Species 333:1-5.

22. Morris, D. W., Z. Abramsky, B. J. Fox, and M. R. Willig. 1989. Introduction. Pages 1-2 in D. W. Morris, Z. Abramsky, B. J. Fox, and M. R. Willig, editors. Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities Special Publications, The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

23. Willig, M. R., and M. A. Mares. 1989. Mammals from the Caatinga: An updated list and summary of recent research. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 49:361-367.

24. Willig, M. R., and M. A. Mares. 1989. A comparison of bat assemblages from phytogeographic zones of Venezuela. Pages 59-67 in D. W. Morris, Z. Abramsky, B. J. Fox, and M. R. Willig, editors. Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities. Special Publications, The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

25. Willig, M. R., and M. P. Moulton. 1989. The role of stochastic and deterministic processes in structuring Neotropical bat communities. Journal of Mammalogy 70:323-329.

26. Willig, M. R., and K. W. Selcer. 1989. Bat species density gradients in the New World: A statistical assessment. Journal of Biogeography 16:189-195.

27. Gannon, M. R., M. R. Willig, K. B. Willis, and M. P. Moulton. 1990. Intraspecific comparisons of diet of Cnemidophorous gularis (Sauria: Teiidae) in Central Texas. Texas Journal of Science 42:263-272.

28. Jusino-Atresino, R., S. A. Phillips, Jr., and M. R. Willig. 1990. Modification of temporal foraging activity of two Texas native ants in response to the red imported fire ant. Pages 2-11 in M. E. Mispagel, editor. Proceedings of the 1990 Red Imported Fire Ant Conference. Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas.

29. Willis, K. B., M. R. Willig, and J. K. Jones, Jr. 1990. Vampyrodes caraccioli. Mammalian Species 359:1-4.

30. Alvarez, J., M. R. Willig, J. K. Jones, Jr., and W. D. Webster. 1991. Glossophaga soricina.Mammalian Species 379:1-7.

31. Sites, R. W., and M. R. Willig. 1991. Microhabitat associations of three sympatric species of Naucoridae (Insecta: Hemiptera). Environmental Entomology 20:127-134.

32. Willig, M. R., and G. R. Camilo. 1991. The effect of Hurricane Hugo on six invertebrate species in the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico. Biotropica 23:455-461.

33. Willig, M. R., and T. E. Lacher, Jr. 1991. Food selection of a tropical mammalian folivore in relation to leaf-nutrient content. Journal of Mammalogy 72:314-321.

34. Willig, M. R., and E. A. Sandlin. 1991. Gradients of species density and species turnover in New World bats: A comparison of quadrat and band methodologies. Pages 81-96 in M. A. Mares and D. J. Schimdly, editors. Latin American Mammalogy: History, Biodiversity, and Conservation. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma.

35. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 1992. Bat reproduction in the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico. Southwestern Naturalist 37:414-419.

36. Gannon, M. R., M. R. Willig, and J. K. Jones, Jr. 1992. Morphometric variation, measurement error, and fluctuating asymmetry in the red fig-eating bat (Stenoderma rufum). Texas Journal of Science 44:389-404.

37. Herrmann, D. P., R. W. Sites, and M. R. Willig. 1992. A laboratory flow tank with variable current and depths for replicating riffles and shallow streams. Texas Journal of Science 44:89-94.

38. Hollander, R. R., and M. R. Willig. 1992. Description of a new subspecies of the southern grasshopper mouse, Onychomys torridus, from western Mexico. Occasional Papers, The Museum, Texas Tech University 148:1-4.

39. Alvarez, J., and M. R. Willig. 1993. Effects of treefall gaps on the density of land snails in the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico. Biotropica 25:100-110.

40. Camilo, G. R., and M. R. Willig. 1993. Diet of some common insects in the South Llano River. Texas Journal of Science 45:100-104.

41. Gannon, M. R., K. Pardieck, M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide. 1993. Movement and home range of the Puerto Rican Screech-Owl (Otus nudipes) in the Luquillo Experimental Forest. Caribbean Journal of Science 29:174-178.

42. Grantham, O. K., D. L. Moorhead, and M. R. Willig. 1993. Feeding preference of an aquatic gastropod, Marisa cornuarietis: Effects of pre-exposure. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12:431-437.

43. Herrmann, D. P., R. W. Sites, and M. R. Willig. 1993. Influence of current velocity on substratum selection by Naucoridae (Hemiptera): An experimental approach via stream simulation. Environmental Entomology 22:571-576.

44. Sandlin, E. A., and M. R. Willig. 1993. Effects of age, sex, prior experience, and intraspecific food variation on diet composition of a tropical folivore (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae). Environmental Entomology 22:625-633.

45. Willig, M. R., G. R. Camilo, and S. J. Noble. 1993. Dietary overlap in frugivorous and insectivorous bats from edaphic Cerrado habitats of Brazil. Journal of Mammalogy 74:117-128.

46. Willig, M. R., R. L. Colbert, R. D. Pettit, and R. D. Stevens. 1993. Response of small mammals to conversion of a sand shinnery oak woodland into a mixed mid-grass prairie. Texas Journal of Science 45:29-43.

47. Willig, M. R., E. A. Sandlin, and M. R. Gannon. 1993. Structural and taxonomic components of habitat selection in the Neotropical folivore Lamponius portoricensis (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae). Environmental Entomology 22:634-641.

48. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 1994. The effects of Hurricane Hugo on bats of the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto-Rico. Biotropica 26:320-331.

49. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 1994. Records of bat ectoparasites from the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 30:281-283.

50. Hall, D. L., and M. R. Willig. 1994. Mammalian species composition, diversity, and succession in conservation reserve program grasslands. Southwestern Naturalist 39:1-10.

51. Lacher, T. E., Jr., and M. R. Willig. 1994. Univariate and multivariate approaches to the analysis of ecotoxicological data. Pages 425-437 in R. J. Kendall and T. E. Lacher, Jr., editors. Wildlife Toxicology and Population Modeling: Integrated Studies of Agroecosystems. Special Publications Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and Lewis Press, Chelsea, Mississippi.

52. Mares, M. A., and M. R. Willig. 1994. Inferring biome associations of recent mammals from samples of temperate and tropical faunas: Paleoecological considerations. Historical Biology 8:31-48.

53. Secrest, M. F., and M. R. Willig. 1994. A modified flow tank design that facilitates choices of current velocity (riffle versus pool). Texas Journal of Science 46:237-240.

54. Sites, R. W., and M. R. Willig. 1994. Efficacy of mensural characters in discriminating among species of Naucoridae (Insecta: Hemiptera): Multivariate approaches and ontogenic perspectives. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87:803-814.

55. Sites, R. W., and M. R. Willig. 1994. Interspecific morphometric affinities in Ambrysus (Hemiptera: Naucoridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 96:527-532.

56. Willig, M. R. 1994. Experimental design, statistical analysis and demographic models. Pages 421-423 in R. J. Kendall and T. E. Lacher, Jr., editors. Wildlife Toxicology and Population Modeling: Integrated Studies of Agroecosystems. Special Publications Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and Lewis Press, Chelsea, Mississippi.

57. Willig, M. R. 1994. Statistical approaches to data analysis in wildlife ecotoxicology. Pages 489-495 in R. J. Kendall and T. E. Lacher, Jr., editors. Wildlife Toxicology and Population Modeling: Integrated Studies of Agroecosystems Special Publications Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and Lewis Press, Chelsea, Mississippi.

58. Zak, J. C., M. R. Willig, D. L. Moorhead, and H. G. Wildman. 1994. Functional diversity of microbial communities: A quantitative approach. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 26:1101-1108.

59. Camilo, G. R., and M. R. Willig. 1995. Dynamics of a food-chain model from an arthropod-dominated lotic community. Ecological Modelling 79:121-129.

60. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 1995. Ecology of ectoparasites from tropical bats. Environmental Entomology 24:1495-1503.

61. Grantham, O. K., D. L. Moorhead, and M. R. Willig. 1995. Foraging strategy of the giant rams-horn snail, Marisa cornuarietis: An interpretive model. Oikos 72:333-342.

62. Williams, S. L., M. R. Willig, and F. A. Reid. 1995. Review of the Tonatia bidens complex (Mammalia: Chiroptera), with descriptions of two new subspecies. Journal of Mammalogy 76:612-626.

63. Willig, M. R., and R. R. Hollander. 1995. Secondary sexual dimorphism and phylogenetic constraints in bats: A multivariate approach. Journal of Mammalogy 76:981-992.

64. Garrison, R. W., and M. R. Willig. 1996. Arboreal invertebrates. Pages 183-245 in D. P. Reagan and R. B. Waide, editors. The Food Web of a Tropical Rain Forest. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

65. Secrest, M. F., M. R. Willig, and L. L. Peppers. 1996. The legacy of disturbance on habitat associations of terrestrial snails in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Biotropica 28:502-514.

66. Sites, R. W., M. R. Willig, and R. S. Zack. 1996. Morphology, ontogeny, and adaptation of Ambrysus mormon (Hemiptera: Naucoridae): Quantitative comparisons among populations in different thermal environments. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 89:12-19.

67. Willig, M. R., and M. R. Gannon. 1996. Mammals. Pages 399-431 in D. P. Reagan and R. B. Waide, editors. The Food Web of a Tropical Rain Forest. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

68. Willig, M. R., D. L. Moorhead, S. B. Cox, and J. C. Zak. 1996. Functional diversity of soil bacterial communities in the tabonuco forest: Interaction of anthropogenic and natural disturbance. Biotropica 28:471-483.

69. Zimmerman, J. K., M. R. Willig, L. R. Walker, and W. L. Silver. 1996. Introduction: Disturbance and Caribbean ecosystems. Biotropica 28:414-423.

70. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 1997. The effect of lunar illumination on movement and activity of the red fig-eating bat (Stenoderma rufum). Biotropica 29:525-529.

71. Lyons, S. K., and M. R. Willig. 1997. Latitudinal patterns of range size: Methodological concerns and empirical evaluations for New World bats and marsupials. Oikos 79:568-580.

72. Willig, M. R., and M. R. Gannon. 1997. Gradients of species density and turnover in marsupials: A hemispheric perspective. Journal of Mammalogy 78:756-765.

73. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 1998. Long-term monitoring protocol for bats: Lessons from the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico. Pages 271-291 in F. Dallmeier and J. Comisky, editors. Forest Biodiversity in North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean: Research and Monitoring. The Parthenon Press, Cranforth, Lancashire, UK.

74. Kaufman, D. M., and M. R. Willig. 1998. Latitudinal patterns of mammalian species richness in the New World: The effects of sampling method and faunal group. Journal of Biogeography 25:795-805.

75. Lopez-Gonzalez, C., S. J. Presley, R. D. Owen, M. R. Willig, and I. Gamarra de Fox. 1998. Noteworthy records of bats (Chiroptera) from Paraguay. Mastozoologia Neotropical 5:41-45.

76. Moorhead, D. L., D. L. Hall, and M. R. Willig. 1998. Succession of macroinvertebrates in playas of the Southern High Plains, USA. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 17:430-442.

77. Willig, M. R., and S. K. Lyons. 1998. An analytical model of latitudinal gradients of species richness with an empirical test for marsupials and bats in the New World. Oikos 81:93-98.

78. Willig, M. R., E. A. Sandlin, and M. R. Gannon. 1998. Structural and taxonomic correlates of habitat selection by a Puerto Rican land snail. Southwestern Naturalist 43:70-79.

79. Willig, M. R., M. F. Secrest, S. B. Cox, G. R. Camilo, J. F. Cary, J. Alvarez, and M. R. Gannon. 1998. Long-term monitoring of snails in the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico: Heterogeneity, scale, disturbance, and recovery. Pages 293-322 in F. Dallmeier and J. Comisky, editors. Forest Biodiversity in North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean: Research and Monitoring. The Parthenon Press, Cranforth, Lancashire, UK.

80. Hall, D. L., R. W. Sites, E. B. Fish, T. R. Mollhagen, D. L. Moorhead, and M. R. Willig. 1999. Playas of the Southern High Plains: The macroinvertebrate fauna. Pages 635-665 in D. Batzer, R. B. Rader, and S. A. Wissinger, editors. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands of North America: Ecology and Management John Wiley and Sons, New York, New York.

81. Lyons, S. K., and M. R. Willig. 1999. A hemispheric assessment of scale dependence in latitudinal gradients of species richness. Ecology 80:2483-2491.

82. Stevens, R. D., and M. R. Willig. 1999. Size assortment in New World bat communities. Journal of Mammalogy 80:644-658.

83. Waide, R. B., M. R. Willig, C. F. Steiner, G. Mittelbach, L. Gough, S. I. Dodson, G. P. Juday, and R. Parmenter. 1999. The relationship between productivity and species richness. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30:257-300.

84. Walker, L. R., and M. R. Willig. 1999. An introduction to terrestrial disturbances. Pages 1-15 in L. R. Walker, editor. Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

85. Willig, M. R., and M. A. McGinley. 1999. The response of animals to disturbance and their roles in patch generation. Pages 633-657 in L. R. Walker, editor. Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

86. Willig, M. R., and L. R. Walker. 1999. Disturbance in terrestrial ecosystems: Salient themes, synthesis, and future directions. Pages 747-767 in L. R. Walker, editor. Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

87. Wolf, C. F., D. L. Moorhead, and M. R. Willig. 1999. Urban playas of the Southern High Plains: The influence of water quality on macroinvertebrate diversity and community structure. Pages 667-689 in D. Batzer, R. B. Rader, and S. A. Wissinger, editors. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands of North America: Ecology and Management John Wiley and Sons, New York, New York.

88. Gross, K. L., M. R. Willig, L. Gough, R. Inouye, and S. B. Cox. 2000. Patterns of species density and productivity at different spatial scales in herbaceous plant communities. Oikos 89:417-427.

89. Parmesan, C., T. L. Root, and M. R. Willig. 2000. Impacts of extreme weather and climate on terrestrial biota. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81:443-450.

90. Scheiner, S. M., S. B. Cox, M. R. Willig, G. G. Mittelbach, C. Osenberg, and M. Kaspari. 2000. Species richness, species-area curves and Simpson's paradox. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2:791-802.

91. Sites, R. W., and M. R. Willig. 2000. Morphometric variation among populations of Ambrysus mormon Montandon (Heteroptera: Naucoridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 102:533-541.

92. Stevens, R. D., and M. R. Willig. 2000. Density compensation in New World bat communities. Oikos 89:367-377.

93. Stevens, R. D., and M. R. Willig. 2000. Community structure, abundance, and morphology. Oikos 88:48-56.

94. Willig, M. R. 2000. Latitude, common trends within. Pages 701-714 in S. Levin, editor. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. Academic Press, San Diego, California.

95. Willig, M. R., S. J. Presley, P. D. Owen, and C. Lopez-Gonzalez. 2000. Composition and structure of bat assemblages in Paraguay: A subtropical-temperate interface. Journal of Mammalogy 81:386-401.

96. Cramer, M. J., M. R. Willig, and C. Jones. 2001. Trachops cirrhosis. Mammalian Species 656:1-6.

97. Lopez-Gonzalez, C., S. J. Presley, R. D. Owen, and M. R. Willig. 2001. Taxonomic status of Myotis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in Paraguay. Journal of Mammalogy 82:138-160.

98. Mittelbach, G. G., C. F. Steiner, S. M. Scheiner, K. L. Gross, H. L. Reynolds, R. B. Waide, M. R. Willig, S. I. Dodson, and L. Gough. 2001. What is the observed relationship between species richness and productivity? Ecology 82:2381-2396.

99. Willig, M. R. 2001. Exploring biodiversity in time and space: Profitable directions for mammalogy in the 21st Century. Mastozoologia Neotropical 8:107-109.

100. Andelman, S. J., and M. R. Willig. 2002. Alternative configurations of conservation reserves for Paraguayan bats: Considerations of spatial scale. Conservation Biology 16:1352-1363.

101. Cox, S. B., M. R. Willig, and F. N. Scatena. 2002. Variation in nutrient characteristics of surface soils from the Luquillo Experimental Forest of Puerto Rico: A multivariate perspective. Plant and Soil 247:189-198.

102. Cramer, M. J., and M. R. Willig. 2002. Habitat heterogeneity, habitat associations, and rodent species diversity in a sand-shinnery-oak landscape. Journal of Mammalogy 83:743-753.

103. Lyons, S. K., and M. R. Willig. 2002. Species richness, latitude, and scale-sensitivity. Ecology 83:47-58.

104. Rosenthal, J., F. Katz, G. Cragg, Y. Hallock, G. Johnson, L. Brady, M. Gottlieb, C. Tseng, R. Hawks, J. Biswas, J. Roskoski, J. Rodman, E. Lyons, M. R. Willig, C. Kramer-LeBlanc, and A. Bertinuson. 2002. Curtain has fallen on hopes of legal bioprospecting: local communities, too, could have benefited from better health care and conservation. Nature (Correspondence) 416:15.

105. Stevens, R. D., and M. R. Willig. 2002. Geographical ecology at the community level: Perspectives on the diversity of New World bats. Ecology 83:545-560.

106. Andelman, S. J., and M. R. Willig. 2003. Present patterns and future prospects for biodiversity in the Western Hemisphere. Ecology Letters 6:818-824.

107. Bharti, A. R., J. E. Nally, J. N. Ricaldi, M. A. Matthias, M. M. Diaz, M. A. Lovett, P. N. Levett, R. H. Gilman, M. R. Willig, E. Gotuzzo, and J. M. Vinetz. 2003. Leptospirosis: A zoonotic disease of global importance. Lancet Infectious Diseases 3:757-771.

108. Henriques, L. M. P., J. M. Wunderle, Jr., and M. R. Willig. 2003. Birds of the Tapajos National Forest, Brazilian Amazon: A preliminary assessment. Ornithologia Neotropical 14:307-338.

109. Patterson, B. D., M. R. Willig, and R. D. Stevens. 2003. Trophic strategies, niche partitioning, and patterns of ecological organization. Pages 536-579 in T. H. Kunz and M. B. Fenton, editors. Bat Ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

110. Sites, R. W., M. R. Willig, and M. J. Linit. 2003. Macroecology of aquatic insects: A quantitative analysis of taxonomic richness and composition in the Andes Mountains of northern Ecuador. Biotropica 35:226-239.

111. Stevens, R. D., S. B. Cox, R. E. Strauss, and M. R. Willig. 2003. Patterns of functional diversity across an extensive environmental gradient: Vertebrate consumers, hidden treatments and latitudinal trends. Ecology Letters 6:1099-1108.

112. Willig, M. R. 2003. Challenges to understanding dynamics of biodiversity in time and space. Paleobiology 29:30-33.

113. Willig, M. R., D. M. Kaufman, and R. D. Stevens. 2003. Latitudinal gradients of biodiversity: Pattern, process, scale, and synthesis. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 34:273-309.

114. Willig, M. R., B. D. Patterson, and R. D. Stevens. 2003. Patterns of range size, richness, and body size in the Chiroptera. Pages 580-621 in T. H. Kunz and M. B. Fenton, editors. Bat Ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

115. Andelman, S. J., C. M. Bowles, M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide. 2004. Understanding environmental complexity through a distributed knowledge network. Bioscience 54:240-246.

116. Andelman, S. J., and M. R. Willig. 2004. Networks by design: A revolution in ecology. Science 305:1565-1566.

117. Chalcraft, D. R., J. W. Williams, M. D. Smith, and M. R. Willig. 2004. Scale dependence in the species-richness-productivity relationship: The role of species turnover. Ecology 85:2701-2708.

118. Gorresen, P. M., and M. R. Willig. 2004. Landscape responses of bats to habitat fragmentation in Atlantic forest of Paraguay. Journal of Mammalogy 85:688-697.

119. Hall, D. L., M. R. Willig, D. L. Moorhead, R. W. Sites, E. B. Fish, and T. R. Mollhagen. 2004. Aquatic macroinvertebrate diversity of playa wetlands: The role of landscape and island biogeographic characteristics. Wetlands 24:77-91.

120. Hice, C. L., P. M. Velazco, and M. R. Willig. 2004. Bats of the Reserva Nacional Allpahuayo-Misliana, northeastern Peru, with notes on community structure. Acta Chiropterologica 6:319-334.

121. Maurer, B. A., J. H. Brown, T. Dayan, B. J. Enquist, S. K. M. Ernest, E. A. Hadly, J. P. Haskell, D. Jablonski, K. E. Jones, D. M. Kaufman, S. K. Lyons, K. J. Niklas, W. P. Porter, K. Roy, F. A. Smith, B. Tiffney, and M. R. Willig. 2004. Similarities in body size distributions of small-bodied flying vertebrates. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:783-797.

122. Smith, F. A., J. H. Brown, J. P. Haskell, S. K. Lyons, J. Alroy, E. L. Charnov, T. Dayan, B. J. Enquist, S. K. M. Ernest, E. A. Hadly, K. E. Jones, D. M. Kaufman, P. A. Marquet, B. A. Maurer, K. J. Niklas, W. P. Porter, B. Tiffney, and M. R. Willig. 2004. Similarity of mammalian body size across the taxonomic hierarchy and across space and time. American Naturalist 163:672-691.

123. Stevens, R. D., M. R. Willig, and I. Gamarra de Fox. 2004. Comparative community ecology of bats from eastern Paraguay: Taxonomic, ecological, and biogeographic perspectives. Journal of Mammalogy 85:698-707.

124. Zak, J. C., and M. R. Willig. 2004. Analysis and interpretation of fungal biodiversity patterns. Pages 59-76 in G. M. Mueller, G. F. Bills, and M. S. Foster, editors. Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and Monitoring Methods. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington, Massachusetts.

125. Cramer, M. J., and M. R. Willig. 2005. Habitat heterogeneity, species diversity, and null models. Oikos 108:209-218.

126. Diaz, M. M., and M. R. Willig. 2005. Nuevos registros de Glironia venusta y Didelphis albiventris (Didelphimorphia) para Peru [New records of Glironia venusta y Didephis albiventris (Didelphimorphia) from Peru] Mastozoologia Neotropical 11:185-192.

127. Gorresen, P. M., M. R. Willig, and R. E. Strauss. 2005. Multivariate analysis of scale-dependent associations between bats and landscape structure. Ecological Applications 15:2126-2136.

128. Matthias, M. A., M. M. Diaz, K. J. Campos, M. Calderon, M. R. Willig, V. Pacheco, E. Gotuzzo, R. H. Gilman, and J. M. Vinetz. 2005. Diversity of bat-associated Leptospira in the Peruvian Amazon inferred by Bayesian phylogenetic analysis of 16S ribosomal DNA sequences. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 73:964-974.

129. Scheiner, S. M., and M. R. Willig. 2005. Developing unified theories in ecology as exemplified with diversity gradients. American Naturalist 166:458-469.

130. Wilsey, B. J., D. R. Chalcraft, C. M. Bowles, and M. R. Willig. 2005. Relationships among indices suggest that richness is an incomplete surrogate for grassland biodiversity. Ecology 86:1178-1184.

131. Wunderle, J. M., M. R. Willig, and L. M. P. Henriques. 2005. Avian distribution in treefall gaps and understorey of terra firme forest in the lowland Amazon. Ibis 147:109-129.

132. Yee, S. H., M. R. Willig, and D. L. Moorhead. 2005. Tadpole shrimp structure macroinvertebrate communities in playa lake microcosms. Hydrobiologia 541:139-148.

133. Bloch, C. P., and M. R. Willig. 2006. Context-dependence of long-term responses of terrestrial gastropod populations to large-scale disturbance. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22:111-122.

134. Higgins, C. L., M. R. Willig, and R. E. Strauss. 2006. The role of stochastic processes in producing nested patterns of species distributions. Oikos 114:159-167.

135. Stevens, R. D., M. R. Willig, and R. E. Strauss. 2006. Latitudinal gradients in the phenetic diversity of New World bat communities. Oikos 112:41-50.

136. Willig, M. R., and C. P. Bloch. 2006. Latitudinal gradients of species richness: A test of the geographic area hypothesis at two ecological scales. Oikos 112:163-173.

137. Wunderle, J. M., L. M. P. Henriques, and M. R. Willig. 2006. Short-term responses of birds to reduced-impact logging in a lowland Amazon forest: Can reduced-impact methods help to retain avian biodiversity in tropical timber production forests? Journal of Ornithology 147:114-115.

138. Wunderle, J. M., L. M. P. Henriques, and M. R. Willig. 2006. Short-term responses of birds to forest gaps and understory: An assessment of reduced-impact logging in a lowland Amazon forest. Biotropica 38:235-255.

139. Bloch, C. P., C. L. Higgins, and M. R. Willig. 2007. Effects of large-scale disturbance on metacommunity structure of terrestrial gastropods: Temporal trends in nestedness. Oikos 116:395-406.

140. Castro-Arellano, I., S. J. Presley, L. N. Saldanha, M. R. Willig, and J. M. Wunderle. 2007. Effects of reduced impact logging on bat biodiversity in terra firme forest of lowland Amazonia. Biological Conservation 138:269-285.

141. Grace, J. B., T. M. Anderson, M. D. Smith, E. Seabloom, S. J. Andelman, G. Meche, E. Weiher, L. K. Allain, H. Jutila, M. Sankaran, J. Knops, M. Ritchie, and M. R. Willig. 2007. Does species diversity limit productivity in natural grassland communities? Ecology Letters 10:680-689.

142. Willig, M. R., C. P. Bloch, N. Brokaw, C. Higgins, J. Thompson, and C. R. Zimmermann. 2007. Cross-scale responses of biodiversity to hurricane and anthropogenic disturbance in a tropical forest. Ecosystems 10:824-838.

143. Willig, M. R., S. J. Presley, C. P. Bloch, C. L. Hice, S. P. Yanoviak, M. M. Diaz, L. A. Chauca, V. Pacheco, and S. C. Weaver. 2007. Phyllostomid bats of lowland Amazonia: Effects of habitat alteration on abundance. Biotropica 39:737-746.

144. Yee, D. A., and M. R. Willig. 2007. Colonisation of Heliconia caribaea by aquatic invertebrates: Resource and microsite characteristics. Ecological Entomology 32:603-612.

145. Henriques, L. M. P., J. M. Wunderle, Jr., D. C. Oren, and M. R. Willig. 2008. Efeitos da exploração madeireira de baixo impacto sobre uma comunidade de aves de sub-bosque na Floresta Nacional do Tapajós, Pará, Brasil [Effects of low impact selective logging on an understory bird community in the Tapajós National Forest, Pará, Bazil]. Acta Amazonica 38:267-290.

146. Presley, S. J., and M. R. Willig. 2008. Composition and structure of Caribbean bat (Chiroptera) assemblages: Effects of inter-island distance, area, elevation and hurricane-induced disturbance. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17:747-757.

147. Presley, S. J., and M. R. Willig. 2008. Intraspecific patterns of ectoparasite abundances on Paraguayan bats: Effects of host sex and body size. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:75-83.

148. Presley, S. J., M. R. Willig, J. M. Wunderle, and L. N. Saldanha. 2008. Effects of reduced-impact logging and forest physiognomy on bat populations of lowland Amazonian forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 45:14-25.

149. Scheiner, S. M., and M. R. Willig. 2008. A general theory of ecology. Theoretical Ecology 1:21-28.

150. Bloch, C. P., and M. R. Willig. 2009. Effects of competition on size and growth rates of Caracolus caracolla (L.) in Puerto Rico. Journal of Molluscan Studies 75:133-138.

151. Castro-Arellano, I., S. J. Presley, M. R. Willig, J. M. Wunderle, and L. N. Saldanha. 2009. Reduced-impact logging and temporal activity of understorey bats in lowland Amazonia. Biological Conservation 142:2131-2139.

152. Chalcraft, D. R., B. J. Wilsey, C. Bowles, and M. R. Willig. 2009. The relationship between productivity and multiple aspects of biodiversity in six grassland communities. Biodiversity and Conservation 18:91-104.

153. Gannon, M. R., and M. R. Willig. 2009. Island in the storm: Disturbance ecology of plant-visiting bats in the hurricane-prone island of Puerto Rico. Pages 281-301 in T. H. Fleming and P. A. Racey, editors. Island Bats: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

154. Gotelli, N. J., M. J. Anderson, H. T. Arita, A. Chao, R. K. Colwell, S. R. Connolly, D. J. Currie, R. R. Dunn, G. R. Graves, J. L. Green, J. A. Grytnes, Y. H. Jiang, W. Jetz, S. K. Lyons, C. M. McCain, A. E. Magurran, C. Rahbek, T. F. L. V. B. Rangel, J. Soberón, C. O. Webb, and M. R. Willig. 2009. Patterns and causes of species richness: A general simulation model for macroecology. Ecology Letters 12:873-886.

155. Jones, G., D. S. Jacobs, T. H. Kunz, M. R. Willig, and P. A. Racey. 2009. Carpe noctem: The importance of bats as bioindicators. Endangered Species Research 8:93-115.

156. Klingbeil, B. T., and M. R. Willig. 2009. Guild-specific responses of bats to landscape composition and configuration in fragmented Amazonian rainforest. Journal of Applied Ecology 46:203-213.

157. Presley, S. J., M. R. Willig, I. Castro-Arellano, and S. C. Weaver. 2009. Effects of habitat conversion on temporal activity patterns of phyllostomid bats in lowland Amazonian rainforest. Journal of Mammalogy 90:210-221.

158. Presley, S. J., M. R. Willig, L. N. Saldanha, J. M. Wunderle, and I. Castro-Arellano. 2009. Reduced-impact logging has little effect on temporal activity of frugivorous bats (Chiroptera) in lowland Amazonia. Biotropica 41:369-378.

159. Willig, M. R., S. K. Lyons, and R. D. Stevens. 2009. Spatial methods for the macroecological study of bats. Pages 216-245 in T. H. Kunz and S. Parsons, editors. Ecological and Behavioral Methods for the Study of Bats. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.

160. Willig, M. R., S. J. Presley, C. P. Bloch, and H. H. Genoways. 2009. Macroecology of Caribbean bats: Effects of area, elevation, latitude, and hurricane-induced disturbance. Pages 216-264 in T. H. Fleming and P. A. Racey, editors. Island Bats: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

161. Bloch, C. P., R. D. Stevens, and M. R. Willig. 2010. Body size and resource competition in New World bats: A test of spatial scaling laws. Ecography 33:1-9.

162. Castro-Arellano, I., T. E. Lacher, Jr., M. R. Willig, and T. F. L. V. B. Rangel. 2010. Assessment of assemblage-wide temporal niche segregation using null models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1:311-318.

163. Klingbeil, B. T., and M. R. Willig. 2010. Seasonal differences in population-, ensemble- and community-level responses of bats to landscape structure in Amazonia. Oikos 119:1654-1664.

164. Prates, M. O., D. K. Dey, M. R. Willig, and J. Yan. 2010. Intervention analysis of hurricane effects on snail abundance in a tropical forest using long-term spatio-temporal data. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 16:142-156.

165. Presley, S. J., C. L. Higgins, and M. R. Willig. 2010. A comprehensive framework for the evaluation of metacommunity structure. Oikos 119:908-917.

166. Presley, S. J., and M. R. Willig. 2010. Bat metacommunity structure on Caribbean islands and the role of endemics. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19:185-199.

167. Vance-Chalcraft, H. D., M. R. Willig, S. B. Cox, A. E. Lugo, and F. N. Scatena. 2010. Relationship between aboveground biomass and multiple measures of biodiversity in subtropical forest of Puerto Rico. Biotropica 42:290-299.

168. Presley, S. J., M. R. Willig, C. P. Bloch, I. Castro-Arellano, C. Higgins, and B. T. Klingbeil. 2011. A complex metacommunity structure for gastropods along an elevational gradient. Biotropica 43:480-488.

169. Willig, M. R., S. J. Presley, and C. P. Bloch. 2011. Long-term dynamics of tropical walking sticks in response to multiple large-scale and intense disturbances. Oecologia 165:357-368.

170. Willig, M. R., S. J. Presley, C. P. Bloch, I. Castro-Arellano, L. M. Cisneros, C. L. Higgins, and B. T. Klingbeil. 2011. Tropical metacommunities and elevational gradients: effects of forest type and other environmental factors. Oikos 120:1497-1508.

171. Scheiner, S. M., and M. R. Willig. 2011. A general theory of ecology. Pages 3-18 in S. M. Scheiner and M. R. Willig, editors. Theory of Ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

172. Fox, G., S. M. Scheiner, and M. R. Willig. 2011. Theory of ecological gradients. Pages 283-307 in S. M. Scheiner and M. R. Willig, editors. Theory of Ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

173. Willig, M. R., and S. M. Scheiner. 2011. The state of theory in ecology. Pages 333-347 in S. M. Scheiner and M. R. Willig, editors. Theory of Ecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

174. Scheiner, S. M., A. Chiarucci, G. A. Fox, M. R. Helmus, D. J. McGlinn, and M. R. Willig. 2011. The underpinnings of the relationship of species richness with space and time. Ecological Monographs 81:195-213.

175. Willig, M. R. 2011. Biodiversity and Productivity. Science 333:1709-1710.

176. Chau, J. F., A. Bagtzoglou, and M. R. Willig. 2011. The effect of soil texture on richness and diversity of bacterial communities. Evironmental Forensics 12:333.341.

177. Presley, S. J., L. M. Cisneros, B. D. Patterson, and M. R. Willig. 2012. Vertebrate metacommunity structure along an extensive elevational gradient in the tropics: a comparison of bats, rats, and birds. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21:968-976.

178. Brokaw, N., J. K. Zimmerman, M. R. Willig, G. R. Camilo, A. P. Covich, T. A. Crowl, N. Fetcher, B. L. Haines, D. J. Lodge, A. E. Lugo, R. W. Myster, C. M. Pringle, J. M. Sharpe, F. N. Scatena, T. D. Schowalter, W. L. Silver, J. Thompson, D. J. Vogt, K. A. Vogt, R. B. Waide, L. R. Walker, L. L. Woolbright, J. M. Wunderle, Jr., and X. Zou. 2012. Response to disturbance. Pages 201-271 in N. Brokaw, T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

179. Lugo, A. E., F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, E. A. Greathouse, C. M. Pringle, M. R. Willig, K. A. Vogt, L. R. Walker, G. Gonzalez, W. H. McDowell, and J. Thompson. 2012. Management implications and applications of long-term ecological research. Pages 305-360 in N. Brokaw, T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

180. Lugo, A. E., R. B. Waide, M. R. Willig, T. A. Crowl, F. N. Scatena, J. Thompson, W. L. Silver, W. H. McDowell, and N. Brokaw. 2012. Ecological paradigms for the Tropics: Old questions and continuing challenges. Pages 3-41 in N. Brokaw, T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

181. McDowell, W. H., F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, N. Brokaw, G. R. Camilo, A. P. Covich, T. A. Crowl, G. Gonzalez, E. A. Greathouse, P. Klawinski, D. J. Lodge, A. E. Lugo, C. M. Pringle, B. A. Richardson, M. J. Richardson, D. A. Schafer, W. L. Silver, J. Thompson, D. J. Vogt, K. A. Vogt, , M. R. Willig, L. L. Woolbright, X. Zou, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2012. Geographic and ecological setting of the Luquillo Mountains. Pages 72-163 in N. Brokaw, T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

182. Waide, R. B., and M. R. Willig. 2012. Conceptual overview: Disturbance, gradients, and ecological response. Pages 42-71 in N. Brokaw, T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

183. Willig, M. R., C. P. Bloch, A. P. Covich, C. A. S. Hall, D. J. Lodge, A. E. Lugo, W. L. Silver, R. B. Waide, L. R. Walker, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2012. Long-term research in the Luquillo Mountains: Synthesis and foundations for the future. Pages 361-441 in N. Brokaw, T. A. Crowl, A. E. Lugo, W. H. McDowell, F. N. Scatena, R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

184. Willig, M. R. 2012. A bat monitoring network for global change in the Anthropocene: now or never. Pages 20-25 in C. Flaquer and X. Puig-Montserrat, editors. Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Importance of Bats as Bioindicators. Museum of Natural Sciences Edicions, Granollers, Catalonia, Spain.

185. Bloch, C. P., and M. R. Willig. 2012. Density compensation suggests interspecific competition is weak among terrestrial snails in tabonuco forest of Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 46: 159-168.

186. Willig, M. R., and S. J. Presley. Latitudinal gradients of biodiversity. 2013. Pages 612-626 in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd edition, Volume 4 (S. Levin, Ed.). Academic Press, Waltham, Massachusetts. Email author for PDF.

187. Li, W., C. Zhang, D. K. Dey, and M. R. Willig. 2013. Updating categorical soil maps using limited survey data by Bayesian Markov chain co-simulation. The Scientific World Journal, vol. 2013, Article ID 587284, 13 pages. doi:10.1155/2013/587284.

188. Gonzalez, G., M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide. 2013. Ecological gradient analyses in a tropical landscape: multiple perspectives and emerging themes. In: G. González, M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide, editors. Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape. Ecological Bulletins 54:13-20.

189. Willig, M. R., S. J. Presley, C. P. Bloch, and J. Alvarez. 2013. Population, community, and metacommunity dynamics of terrestrial gastropods in the Luquillo Mountains: a gradient perspective. In: González, G., M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide, editors. Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape. Ecological Bulletins 54:117-140.

190. Gonzalez, G., R. B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, . 2013. Advancements in the understanding of spatiotemporal gradients in tropical landscapes: a Luquillo focus and global perspective. In: G. González, M. R. Willig, and R. B. Waide, editors. Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape. Ecological Bulletins 54:245-250.

191. Durant, K. A., R. W. Hall, L. M. Cisneros, R. M. Hyland, and M. R. Willig. 2013. Reproductive phenologies of phyllostomid bats in Costa Rica. Journal of Mammalogy 94:1438-1448.

192. Schowalter, T., M. R Willig, and S. J. Presley. 2014. Canopy Arthropod Responses to Experimental Canopy Opening and Debris Deposition in a Tropical Rainforest Subject to Hurricanes. Forest Ecology and Management http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2013.12.008.

193. Willig, M. R., C. P. Bloch, and S. J. Presley. 2014. Experimental decoupling of canopy opening and debris addition on tropical gastropod populations and communities. Forest Ecology and Management (In Press).

194. Cisneros, L. M., K. R. Burgio, L. M. Dreiss, B. T. Klingbeil, B. D. Patterson, S. J. Presley, and M. R. Willig. 2014. Multiple dimensions of bat biodiversity along an extensive tropical elevational gradient. Journal of Animal Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12201.

195. Pfeifer et al. (67 authors). 2014. BIOFRAG – a new database for analyzing BIOdiversity responses to forest FRAGmentation. Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1002/ece3.1036.

Reviews

1. Willig, M. R. 1982. (Review of) Neoplatymops in J. H. Honacki, K. E. Kinman, and J. W. Koeppl, editors. Mammal Species of the World. American Systematic Collections and Allen Press, Lawrence, Kansas.

2. Willig, M. R., and T. E. Lacher, Jr. 1982. (Review of) Kerodon in J. H. Honacki, K. E. Kinman, and J. W. Koeppl, editors. Mammal Species of the World. American Systematic Collections and Allen Press, Lawrence, Kansas.

3. Willig, M. R. 1985. (Review of) The Cattle Egret: A Texas Focus and a World View (R. C. Telfair II). Southwestern Naturalist 30:622-623.

4. Willig, M. R. 1988. (Review of) Recent Advances in the Study of Bats (M.B. Fenton, P. Racey, and J.M.V. Rayner, Eds.). Journal of Mammalogy 69:657-658.

5. Willig, M. R. 1989. (Review of) The Short-tailed Fruit Bat (T.H. Fleming). Journal of Mammalogy 70:681-682.

6. Willig, M. R. 1989. (Review of) Natural History of Vampire Bats (A.M. Greenhall and U. Schmidt, Eds.). Bat Research News 30:22-23.

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