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    2019EditorialLinder, Peter; Aspinall, Richard; Guayasamín, Juan; Hoorn, Carina; Ortega-Andrade, H. Mauricio
    2019Male principal investigators (almost) don’t publish with women in ecology and zoologySalermo, Patricia; Páez-Vacas, Mónica; Guayasamín, Juan; Stynoski, Jennifer
    2019Integrating alpha, beta, and phylogenetic diversity to understand anuran fauna along environmental gradients of tropical forests in western EcuadorAmador, Luis; Guayasamín, Juan
    2019A cost-effective protocol for total DNA isolation from animal tissuePeñafiel, Nicolás; Flores, Diana; Rivero de Aguilar, Juan; Guayasamín, Juan; Bonaccorso, Elisa
    2019A new glassfrog (Centrolenidae) from the Chocó-Andean Río Manduriacu Reserve, Ecuador, endangered by miningGuayasamín, Juan; Cisneros-Heredia, Diego; Vieira, José; Kohn, Sebastián; Gavilanes, Gabriela; Lynch, Ryan; Hamilton, Paul; Maynard, Ross
    2017A taxonomic review of tan-brown glassfrogs (Anura: Centrolenidae), with the description of a new species from Southwestern ColombiaRada, Marco; Ospina-Sarria, Jhon; Guayasamín, Juan
    2017Diversification of the rainfrog pristimantis ornatissimus in the lowlands and andean foothills of EcuadorGuayasamín, Juan; Hutter, Carl; Tapia, Elicio; Culebras, Jaime; Peñafiel, Nicolás; Pyron, Alexander; Morochz, Carlos; Funk, Chris; Arteaga, Alejandro
    2017Reproductive traits associated with species turnover of amphibians in Amazonia and its Andean slopesJiménez-Robles, Octavio; Guayasamín, Juan; Ron, Santiago; De la Riva, Ignacio
    2016The complex evolutionary history of the tympanic middle ear in frogs and toads (Anura)Pereyra, Martín; Womack, Molly; Barrionuevo, Sebastián; Botto, Boris; Baldo, Diego; Targino, Mariane; Ospina-Sarria, Jhon; Guayasamín, Juan
    2016Cryptic species diversity reveals biogeographic support for the ‘mountain passes are higher in the tropics’ hypothesisGill, B.; Kondratieff, B.; Casner, K.; Encalada, A.; Flecker, A.; Guayasamín, Juan