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Naima Starkloff
Naima Starkloff
Postdoctoral Researcher, Emory University
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Migratory birds as vehicles for parasite dispersal? Infection by avian haemosporidians over the year and throughout the range of a long‐distance migrant
PC Pulgarín‐R, C Gómez, NJ Bayly, S Bensch, AM FitzGerald, N Starkloff, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (1), 83-96, 2019
312019
The effect of mating on female reproduction across hermaphroditic freshwater snails
EM Swart, NC Starkloff, S Ypenburg, J Ellers, NM van Straalen, JM Koene
Invertebrate Biology 139 (1), e12275, 2020
62020
Comparative phylogeographic analysis suggests a shared history among eastern North American boreal forest birds
J Ralston, AM FitzGerald, TM Burg, NC Starkloff, IG Warkentin, ...
Ornithology, 2021
42021
Drivers of community turnover differ between avian hemoparasite genera along a North American latitudinal gradient
NC Starkloff, JJ Kirchman, AW Jones, BM Winger, YH Huang, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 5402-5415, 2020
42020
Transmission potential of human schistosomes can be driven by resource competition among snail intermediate hosts
DJ Civitello, T Angelo, KH Nguyen, RB Hartman, NC Starkloff, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2116512119, 2022
22022
Disentangling the effects of host relatedness and elevation on haemosporidian parasite turnover in a clade of songbirds
NC Starkloff, WC Turner, AM FitzGerald, MC Oftedal, ES Martinsen, ...
Ecosphere 12 (5), e03497, 2021
22021
Haemoparasite Infection and Immunogenetic Diversity in a Clade of North American Songbirds
NC Starkloff
State University of New York at Albany, 2020
2020
Testing the predictive capabilities of ecological niche models: a case study examining Red‐bellied Woodpeckers
AM FitzGerald, NC Starkloff, JJ Kirchman
Ecosphere 9 (12), e02496, 2018
2018
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