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Termigioni-Garcia, F., Jaramillo-Correa, J.P., Chable-Santos, J., Liu, M., Shultz, A.J., Edwards, S.V., Escalante Pliego, P. 2017. Genomic footprints of adaptation in a cooperatively breeding tropical bird across a vegetation gradient. Molecular Ecology 26:4483-4496 Link.

Burns, K.J.*, McGraw, K.J.*, Shultz, A.J.*, Stoddard, M.C.*, and Thomas, D.B.*. 2017.Advanced Methods for Studying Pigments and Coloration using Avian Specimens. in M. S. Webster, ed. Studies in Avian Biology: The Extended Specimen: Emerging Frontiers in Collections-based Ornithological Research. CRC Press. *These authors contributed equally to this paper. Link.

Shultz, A.J. and Burns, K.J. 2017. The role of sexual and natural selection in shaping patterns of sexual dichromatism in the largest family of songbirds (Aves: Thraupidae). Evolution 71:1061-1074. Link.

Tigano, A., Shultz, A.J., Edwards, S.V., Robertson, G.J., Friesen, V.L. 2017. Outlier analyses to test for local adaptation to breeding grounds in a migratory arctic seabird. Ecology and Evolution. Doi:10.1002/ece3.2819. Link. PDF.

Shultz, A. J., Baker, A. J., Hill, G. E., Nolan, P. M. and Edwards, S. V. 2016. SNPs across time and space: population genomic signatures of founder events and epizootics in the House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus). Ecol Evol. doi:10.1002/ece3.2444. Link. PDF.

Edwards, S.V., Shultz, A. J., Campbell-Staton, S.C. 2015. Next-generation sequencing and the expanding domain of phylogeography. Folia Zoologica 64(3): 187-206. Link. PDF.

Dierickx, E. G.*, Shultz, A. J.* , Sato, F., Hiraoka, T., Edwards, S.V. 2015. Morphological and genomic comparisons of Hawaiian and Japanese Black‐footed Albatrosses (Phoebastria nigripes) using double digest RADseq: implications for conservation. Evolutionary Applications 8: 662-678. *These authors contributed equally to this paper. Link. PDF.

Mason, N. A., Shultz, A. J., and K. J. Burns. 2014. Elaborate visual and acoustic signals evolve independently in a large, phenotypically diverse radiation of songbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 281:20140967. Link. PDF.

K.J. Burns, A.J. Shultz, P.O. Title, N.A. Mason, F.K. Barker, J. Klicka, S.M. Lanyon, I.J. Lovette. 2014. Phylogenetics and diversification of tanagers (Passeriforms: Thraupidae), the largest radiation of Neotropical songbirds. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 75: 41-77 Link.

Shultz, A.J., Burns, K.J. 2013. Plumage evolution in relation to light environment in a novel clade of Neotropical tanagers. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 66: 112-125. Link.

Burns, K.J., and A.J. Shultz. 2012. Widespread cryptic dichromatism and ultraviolet reflectance in the largest radiation of Neotropical songbirds: implications of accounting for avian vision in the study of plumage evolution. The Auk 129(2): 211-221. Link. PDF.

H.K. Snyder, R. Maia, L. D'Alba, A.J. Shultz, K.M.C. Rowe, M.D. Shawkey. 2012. Iridescent colour production in hairs of blind golden moles (Chrysochloridae). Biology Letters. Link. PDF.

Shultz, A.J., M.W. Tingley, and R.C.K. Bowie. 2012. A century of avian community turnover in an urban green space in Northern California. The Condor 114(2): 258-267. Link. PDF.

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