Tewksbury, Anderson, Bakker, Billo et al. 2014. Natural History’s Place in Science and  Society. BioScience.

Click here to read a review of the above paper in Nature.

Billo, T.J. (submitted). 2013. Sexual selection drives differential divergence and stereotypy in male- and female-directed signals between two closely  related bird species (Manacus: Aves). Evolution.

Parker, D.M., Zavortink, T.J., Billo, T.J., Valdez, M.U., and J.S. Edwards. 2012. Mosquitoes and other arthropod macro fauna associated with tank bromeliads in a Peruvian cloud forest. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 28(1):45-46.

Prado, F., Billo, T.J., and B. Kerr. 2009. Introgression of sexually selected traits in lek-mating species. Evolutionary Ecology Research (11): 1235-1250.

Day, L.B., L. Fusani, E. Hernandez, T.J. Billo, K.S. Sheldon, P.M. Wise, and B.A. Schlinger. 2007. Testosterone and its effects on courtship in golden-collared manakins (Manacus vitellinus): Seasonal, sex, and age differences. Hormones and Behavior. (51): 69-76.

Billo, Timothy. 2007. Bocas del Toro-Galapagos of Central America. Bocas Breeze. September/Septiembre 2007 (4) 9.

Billo, 2007, Open Letter in Panama’s Burica Press, on Conservation of Panama’s Bocas del Toro archipelago. 

Billo, Timothy. 1998. Excerpts from a Study of the Past and Present Ecology of the American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) in a Northern Hardwood Forest. Journal of the American Chestnut Foundation. 12(1): 27-46.