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Our flying squirrel publications:
Newar, S. L., and J. Bowman. 2020. Think before they squeak: vocalizations of the squirrel family. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.3389/fevo.2020.00193.
Desantis, L.M., J. Bowman, E. Faught, R. Boonstra, M. M. Vijayan, and G. Burness. 2018. Corticosteroid-binding globulin levels in North American sciurids: implications for the flying squirrel stress axis. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96: 1090-1096.
Desantis, L.M., J. Bowman, M. M. Vijayan, and G. Burness. 2018. Seasonal changes in acute stressor-mediated plasma glucocorticoid regulation in New World flying squirrels. General and Comparative Endocrinology 266: 78-86.
Olson, M. N., J. Bowman, and G. Burness. 2018. Social thermoregulation does not explain heterospecific nesting in North American flying squirrels. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123: 805-813.
Prentice, M.B., J. Bowman, J. Lalor, J., M. M. McKay, L. Thomson, C. Watt, A. G. McAdam, D.L. Murray, and P.J. Wilson. 2017. Signatures of selection in mammalian clock genes with coding trinucleotide repeats: implications for studying the genomics of high-pace adaptation. Ecology and Evolution. 10.1002/ece3.3223.
Murrant, M.N., J. Bowman, and P.J. Wilson. 2014. A test of non-kin social foraging in the southern flying squirrel, Glaucomys volans. 2014. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113: 1126-1135. doi: 10.1111/bij.12385.
Desantis, L. M., B. Delehanty, J. T. Weir, and R. Boonstra. 2013. Mediating free glucocorticoid levels in the blood of vertebrates: are corticosteroid-binding proteins always necessary? Functional Ecology 27: 107-119/.
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Garroway, C. J., J. Bowman, and P. J. Wilson. 2013. Complex social structure of southern flying squirrels is related to spatial proximity but not kinship. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67: 113-122.
Characteristic flying squirrel vocalizations from this paper can be downloaded as wav files from datadryad here:
Murrant M. N. J. Bowman, C. J. Garroway, B. Prinzen, H. Mayberry, and P. A. Faure. 2013. Data from: Ultrasonic vocalizations emitted by flying squirrels. Dryad Digital Repository. doi:10.5061/dryad.s44gk.
Thompson, M., N. Mykytczuk, K. Gooderham, and A. I. Schulte-Hostedde. 2012. Prevalence of the bacterium Coxiella burnetii in wild rodents from a Canadian natural environment park. Zoonoses and Public Health 59: 553-560.
Garroway, C. J., J. Bowman, G. L. Holloway, J. R. Malcolm, and P. J. Wilson. 2011. The genetic signature of rapid range expansion by flying squirrels in response to contemporary climate warming. Global Change Biology 17: 1760-1769.
Garroway, C. J., J. Bowman, T. J. Cascaden, G. L. Holloway, C. G. Mahan, J. R. Malcolm, M. A. Steele, G. Turner, and P. J. Wilson. 2010. Climate change induced hybridization in flying squirrels. Global Change Biology 16: 113-121.
Bowman, J., G. L. Holloway, J. R. Malcolm, K. R. Middel, and P. J. Wilson. 2005. Northern range boundary dynamics of southern flying squirrels: evidence of an energetic bottleneck. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1486-1494.