Cerboncini, R. A. S., J. J. Roper, and F. C. Passos (2016). Edge effects without habitat fragmentation? Small mammals and a railway in the Atlantic Forest of southern Brazil. Oryx 50:460–467. doi: 10.1017/S0030605314001070

Lima, A. M. X., and J. J. Roper (2016). A tropical bird with a short breeding season and high rates of nesting success: the breeding ecology of the Star-throated Antwren (Rhopias gularis: Thamnophilidae) in subtropical Brazil. Emu. doi: 10.1071/MU15120

Marques-Santos, F., T. V. Braga, U. Wischhoff, and J. J. Roper (2015). Breeding biology of passerines in the subtropical Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Ornitologia Neotropical 26:363–374.

Cerboncini, R. A. S., Braga, T. V, Roper, J. J. & Passos, F. C. How to capture breeding Southern Lapwing Vanellus chilensis. Rev. Bras. Ornitol. 23, 1–4 (2015).

Mageski, M. et al. The island rule in the Brazilian frog Phyllodytes luteolus ( Anura : Hylidae ): incipient gigantism? Zoologia 32, 24–25 (2015).

Wischhoff, U., Marques-Santos, F., Ardia, D. R. & Roper, J. J. White-rumped swallows prospect while they are actively nesting. J. Ethol. (2015). doi:10.1007/s10164-015-0425-9

Cerboncini, R. A. S., Roper, J. J. & Passos, F. C. Edge effects without habitat fragmentation? Small mammals and a railway in the Atlantic Forest of southern Brazil. Oryx 1–8 (2015). doi:10.1017/S0030605314001070

Shibuya, F. L. S., Braga, T. V. & Roper, J. J. The Rufous Hornero (Furnarius rufus) nest as an incubation chamber. J. Therm. Biol. 47, 7–12 (2015).

Nolazco, S., Sánchez, A. M. & Roper, J. J. Tamaño poblacional, distribución y ámbito de hogar de la Cortarrama Peruana (Phytotoma raimondii) en el Santuario Histórico Bosque. Boletín la Union Ornitólogos del Perú 9, 5–19 (2014).

Bissoli, L. B., Souza, M. M. & Roper, J. J. Espécies da família Tyrannidae partilham espaço de forrageio em um fragmento de Mata Atlântica, Brasil ? Nat. line 12, 235–239 (2014).

Costa-Braga, D., Castheloge, V. D., Srbek-Araujo, A. C. & Roper, J. J. Riqueza de espécies e eficiência de métodos de amostragem de aves em ambientes antropizados inseridos em área de Mata Atlântica de Tabuleiro Species richness and sampling efficiency of birds in anthropic environments inserted in the Tabuleiro Atlantic For. Nat. line 12, 212–215 (2014).

Barbirato, J. O., Venturini, K., Ruas, K. F., Guimarães, L. J. & Roper, J. J. Interações biológicas de espécies de Marantaceae determinando sua ocupação em áreas de floresta de Mussununga e de Tabuleiro Biológical interactions of species of Marantaceae driving their occupation in areas of Mussununga and Tabuleiro forests. Nat. line 12, 220–223 (2014).

Nolazco, S. & Roper, J. J. The challenge of estimating population trends in the endangered Peruvian Plantcutter (Phytotoma raimondii) and implications for conservation. Ornitol. Neotrop. 25, 125–134 (2014).

Chupil, H. & Roper, J. J. Assembleia de beija-flores (Família Trochilidae) em uma região de ecótone no município de Piraquara, Paraná. Atualidades Ornitológicas 177, 7–9 (2014).

Cerboncini, R. A. S. et al. Small mammal community structure and vertical space use preferences in nonfragmented Atlantic Forest. Mammalia 78, 1–8 (2014).

Nolazco, S. & Roper, J. J. Descriptive note of reproduction in the Peruvian Plantcutter (Phytotoma raimondii) in the Bosque de Pomac Historical Sanctuary, Lambayeque, Perú. Boletín la Union Ornitólogos del Perú 8, 6–13 (2013).

Cavarzere, V., Moraes, G. P., Roper, J. J., Silveira, L. F. & Donatelli, R. J. Recommendations for monitoring avian populations with point counts: a case study in southeastern Brazil. Pap. Avulsos Zool. 53, 439–450 (2013).<P

Lima, A. M. X. & Roper, J. J. Early singing onset in the black-cheeked gnateater (Conopophaga melanops). Rev. Bras. Ornitol. 21, 5–9 (2013).

Marini, M. Â. et al. Breeding biology of birds in the cerrado of central Brazil. Ornitol. Neotrop. 23, 385–405 (2012).

Hiert, C., Roper, J. J. & Moura, M. O. Constant breeding and low survival rates in the subtropical Striped Frog in southern Brazil. J. Zool. 288, 151–158 (2012).

Coradello, M. A. et al. Validation of a fecal glucocorticoid metabolite assay for collared peccaries (Pecari tajacu). J. Zoo Wildl. Med. 43, 275–282 (2012).

Rodriguez, M. N. & Roper, J. J. An experimental test of the benefits of hatching asynchrony in the Rufous Hornero (Furnarius rufus). Rev. Bras. Ornitol. 19, 17–21 (2011).

Roper, J. J., Sullivan, K. A. & Ricklefs, R. E. Avoid nest predation when predation rates are low, and other lessons: testing the tropical-temperate nest predation paradigm. Oikos 119, 719–729 (2010).

Pichorim, M., Roper, J. J. & Monteiro Filho, E. L. D. A. Experimental Study of Nest-site Selection in the Biscutate Swift (Streptoprocne biscutata, Aves: Apodidae) in Southern Brazil. Biotropica 41, 81–84 (2009).

Lima, A. M. X. & Roper, J. J. Population dynamics of the black-cheeked gnateater (Conopophaga melanops, Conopophagidae) in southern Brazil. J. Trop. Ecol. 25, 605–613 (2009).

Lima, A. M. X. & Roper, J. J. The use of playbacks can influence encounters with birds: an experiment. Rev. Bras. Ornitol. 17, 37–40 (2009).

Calil, P., Rocha, R. M., Freire, C. A. & Roper, J. J. The role of Asterina stellifera (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) as a predator in a rocky intertidal community in southern Brazil. Zoologia 26, 279–287 (2009).

Ritzmann, N. F., Rocha, R. M. & Roper, J. J. Sexual and asexual reproduction in Didemnum rodriguesi (Ascidiacea, Didemnidae). Iheringia. Série Zool. 99, 106–110 (2009).

Cardoso, M. Z., Roper, J. J. & Gilbert, L. E. Prenuptial agreements: mating frequency predicts gift-giving in Heliconius species. Entomol. Exp. Appl. 131, 109–114 (2009).

Tolentino, K., Roper, J. J., Passos, F. C. & Strier, K. B. Mother-offspring associations in northern muriquis, Brachyteles hypoxanthus. Am. J. Primatol. 70, 301–5 (2008).

Popp, L. G. et al. Annual pattern of fecal corticoid excretion in captive Red-tailed parrots (Amazona brasiliensis). J. Comp. Physiol. B. 178, 487–93 (2008).

Rafael, M. S., Hereira-Rojas, W. J., Roper, J. J., Nunomura, S. M. & Tadei, W. P. Potential control of Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) with Piper aduncum L. (Piperaceae) extracts demonstrated by chromosomal biomarkers and toxic effects on interphase nuclei. Genet. Mol. Res. 7, 772–781 (2008).

Sparks, J. L. et al. A Response to The Institute of Creation Research. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 88, 381–383 (2007).

Roper, J. J. What does ‘Wildlife Management’ mean for Brazil? Nat. Conserv. 4, 107–116 (2006).

Roper, J. J. O que o ‘manejo da vida selvagem’ significa para o Brasil? Nat. Conserv. 4, 19–28 (2006).

Roper, J. J. Try and try again: nest predation favors persistence in a neotropical bird. Ornitol. Neotrop. 16, 253–262 (2005).

Roper, J. J. Sexually distinct songs in the duet of the sexually monomorphic Rufous Hornero. J. F. Ornithol. 76, 234–236 (2005).

Torres, R. A., Roper, J. J., Foresti, F. & Oliveira, C. Surprising genomic diversity in the Neotropical fish Synbranchus marmoratus (Teleostei: Synbranchidae): how many species? Neotrop. Ichthyol. 3, 277–284 (2005).

Roper, J. J. Dicas parar escrever melhor em Inglês – ‘Do’s and Dont’s’. Rev. Bras. Ornitol. 13, 193–196 (2005).

Marques, M. C. M., Roper, J. J. & Baggio Salvalaggio, A. P. Phenological patterns among plant life-forms in a subtropical forest in southern Brazil. Plant Ecol. 173, 203–213 (2004).

Roper, J. J. Nest-sites Influence Predation Differently at Natural and Experimental Nests. Ornitol. Neotrop. 14, 1–14 (2003).

Roper, J. J. Ovenbirds, in Birds of the World (2003).

Roper, J. J. Experimental analysis of nest-sites and nest predation for a neotropical bird: stuck between a rock and a hard place. Ararajuba 8, 85–91 (2000).

Sullivan, K. A., Roper, J. J. & Weathers, W. W. in Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithological Congress (eds. Adams, N. J. & Slotow, R. H.) 401–411 (Bird Life of South Africa, 1999).

Roper, J. J. & Goldstein, R. R. A test of the Skutch hypothesis: does activity at nests increase nest predation risk? J. Avian Biol. 28, 111–116 (1997).

Roper, J. J. Nest predation experiments with quail eggs: too much to swallow? Oikos 65, 528–530 (1992).

Martin, T. E. & Roper, J. J. Nest predation and nest-site selection of a western population of the Hermit Thrush. Condor 90, 51–57 (1988).

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