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  Danny Rojas Martín  
  e-mail: rojasmartin.cu@gmail.com  
  Categoria: Pós-Doutoramento  
  Departamento: Biologia  
  Grupo de investigação: Biologia de Adaptação e Processos Ecológicos
Factor de pesquisa no ISI Web of KnowledgeSM: RID=A-7961-2011  
Orientações cientí­ficas
Master (Co-supervisor): Matthew Owen Moreira
(not a CESAM member)

  1. Ferrero V., Barrett S.C.H., Rojas D., Arroyo J., Navarro L. (2017) Associations between sex-organ deployment and morph bias in related heterostylous taxa with different stylar polymorphisms. American Journal Of Botany. 104, 1, 50-61. (see details) ISI paper
  2. Rojas D., Warsi O.M., Davalos L.M. (2016) Bats (Chiroptera: Noctilionoidea) Challenge a Recent Origin of Extant Neotropical Diversity. Systematic Biology. 65, 3, 432-448. (see details) ISI paper
  3. Rocha R.G., Leite Y.L.R., Costa L.P., Rojas D. (2016) Independent reversals to terrestriality in squirrels (Rodentia: Sciuridae) support ecologically mediated modes of adaptation. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology. 29, 12, 2471-2479. (see details) ISI paper
  4. Santini L., Rojas D., Donati G. (2015) Evolving through day and night: origin and diversification of activity pattern in modern primates. Behavioral Ecology. 26, 3, 789-796. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arv012
  5. Yohe L.R., Velazco P.M., Rojas D., Gerstner B.E., Simmons N.B., Davalos L.M. (2015) Bayesian hierarchical models suggest oldest known plant-visiting bat was omnivorous. Biology Letters. 11, 11, (see details) ISI paper
  6. Vale A., Perez-Obregon R.A., Faife-Cabrera M., Alvarez J.C., Rojas D. (2014) A New Orchid Species from the Keys of Central Cuba and a Checklist of Cuban Encyclia (Orchidaceae, Laeliinae). Systematic Botany. 39, 4, 1076-1082. (see details) ISI paper
  1. Rojas D., Warsi O. .M., Dávalos L. .M. (2015) The elusive case for neotropical refugia. (see details)
  2. Ferrero V., Rojas D., Arroyo J., Navarro L. (2014) Comparative analyses identify deterministic factors driving morph bias in style polymorphic species. (see details)
  3. Rojas D., Warsi O.M., Dávalos L.M. (2014) Biogeographic history of New World Noctilionoidea (Mammalia: Chiroptera) rejects neotropical Pleistocene refugia. (see details)
  4. Dávalos L.M., Rojas D. The last ones standing: why mammalogists should care about Caribbean bats. (see details)
  5. Rocha R.G., Leite Y.L.R., Costa L.P., Rojas D. Genetic consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation on vertebrates. (see details)
  6. Lim M., Rojas D., Davalos L., Graham C. Lineage age explains speciation rates in hummingbirds. (see details)