Danny Rojas
Danny Rojas
Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali
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Bats (Chiroptera: Noctilionoidea) challenge a recent origin of extant neotropical diversity
D Rojas, OM Warsi, LM Dávalos
Systematic Biology, 2016
1322016
When did plants become important to leaf‐nosed bats? Diversification of feeding habits in the family Phyllostomidae
D Rojas, A Vale, V Ferrero, L Navarro
Molecular ecology 20 (10), 2217-2228, 2011
992011
The role of frugivory in the diversification of bats in the Neotropics
D Rojas, Á Vale, V Ferrero, L Navarro
Journal of Biogeography 39 (11), 1948-1960, 2012
652012
Process-Based Species Pools Reveal the Hidden Signature of Biotic Interactions Amid the Influence of Temperature Filtering
JP Lessard, BG Weinstein, MK Borregaard, KA Marske, DR Martin, ...
The American Naturalist 187 (1), 75-88, 2016
542016
Evolving through day and night: origin and diversification of activity pattern in modern primates
L Santini, D Rojas, G Donati
Behavioral Ecology 26 (3), 797-804, 2015
442015
A meta-analysis of the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on genetic diversity in mammals
A Lino, C Fonseca, D Rojas, E Fischer, MJR Pereira
Mammalian Biology 94 (1), 69-76, 2019
312019
Breeding system and pollination by mimicry of the orchid Tolumnia guibertiana in Western Cuba
Á VALE, L NAVARRO, D ROJAS, JC ÁLVAREZ
Plant Species Biology 26, 163-173, 2011
262011
Breeding system and factors limiting fruit production in the nectarless orchid Broughtonia lindenii
Á Vale, D Rojas, JC Álvarez, L Navarro
Plant Biology 13, 51-61, 2011
242011
Phylogenetic signal, feeding behaviour and brain volume in N eotropical bats
D Rojas, CA Mancina, JJ Flores‐Martínez, L Navarro
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (9), 1925-1933, 2013
182013
Distribution, habitat disturbance and pollination of the endangered orchid Broughtonia cubensis (Epidendrae: Laeliinae)
Á Vale, D Rojas, JC Álvarez, L Navarro
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 172 (3), 345-357, 2013
152013
Delving into the loss of heterostyly in Rubiaceae: Is there a similar trend in tropical and non-tropical climate zones?
V Ferrero, D Rojas, A Vale, L Navarro
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 14 (3), 161-167, 2012
152012
Eating down the food chain: generalism is not an evolutionary dead end for herbivores
D Rojas, MJ Ramos Pereira, C Fonseca, LM Dávalos
Ecology Letters 21 (3), 402-410, 2018
122018
Aplicación de métodos bioacústicos y convencionales en la caracterización de la comunidad de murciélagos de la Cueva del Indio, Tapaste, La Habana, Cuba
E Mora, S Macías, D Rojas, A Rodríguez, I Quiñonez, A García, A Cádiz, ...
Biología 16, 159-166, 2002
122002
Independent reversals to terrestriality in squirrels (Rodentia: Sciuridae) support ecologically mediated modes of adaptation
RG Rocha, YLR Leite, LP Costa, D Rojas
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (12), 2471-2479, 2016
112016
Associations between sex‐organ deployment and morph bias in related heterostylous taxa with different stylar polymorphisms
V Ferrero, SCH Barrett, D Rojas, J Arroyo, L Navarro
American Journal of Botany 104 (1), 50-61, 2017
92017
Bayesian hierarchical models suggest oldest known plant-visiting bat was omnivorous
LR Yohe, PM Velazco, D Rojas, BE Gerstner, NB Simmons, LM Dávalos
Biology letters 11 (11), 20150501, 2015
92015
A New Orchid Species from the Keys of Central Cuba and a Checklist of Cuban Encyclia (Orchidaceae, Laeliinae)
Á Vale, RA Pérez-Obregón, M Faife-Cabrera, JC Álvarez, D Rojas
Systematic Botany 39 (4), 2014
92014
Updated distribution maps for neotropical bats in the superfamily Noctilionoidea
D Rojas, M Moreira, MJ Ramos Pereira, C Fonseca, LM Dávalos
Ecology 99 (9), 2131, 2018
32018
Encyclia navarroi (Orchidaceae), a new species from Cuba
Á Vale, D Rojas
Annales Botanici Fennici 49 (2), 83-86, 2012
32012
Notes on biogeography of Cuban bats
DR Martín
Chiroptera Neotropical 12 (268-273), 2006
3*2006
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