Zoological Science

On the reproducibility of science: unique identification of research resources in the biomedical literature
102 citations · 21,812 views · 2,394 downloads
Real-time bioacoustics monitoring and automated species identification
88 citations · 17,253 views · 3,311 downloads
Spider phylogenomics: untangling the Spider Tree of Life
69 citations · 18,599 views · 2,934 downloads
A large-scale field study examining effects of exposure to clothianidin seed-treated canola on honey bee colony health, development, and overwintering success
58 citations · 8,039 views · 2,172 downloads
Assessing insect responses to climate change: What are we testing for? Where should we be heading?
53 citations · 20,970 views · 2,228 downloads
The phylogenetic relationships of basal archosauromorphs, with an emphasis on the systematics of proterosuchian archosauriforms
41 citations · 9,051 views · 1,897 downloads
Obesity prevalence and associated risk factors in outdoor living domestic horses and ponies
39 citations · 4,668 views · 1,318 downloads
Leopard (Panthera pardus) status, distribution, and the research efforts across its range
36 citations · 20,759 views · 3,771 downloads
The direct response of the gonads to cues of stress in a temperate songbird species is season-dependent
41 citations · 2,489 views · 537 downloads
Three-dimensional reconstruction and the phylogeny of extinct chelicerate orders
36 citations · 6,753 views · 1,485 downloads

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My article 'Real-time bioacoustics monitoring and automated species identification' published in PeerJ has 15,311 views and 66 citations! I love #OpenAccess @thePeerJ

289 days ago
こっちがよほどおかしい…ヒヨケムシがダニの間から出てくる。 https://t.co/yxuxMvKNxk

Our field study on clothianidin seed-treated canola and honeybees was published 3 years ago today! @thePeerJ https://t.co/Vslm4r7Itr

@thosjleeper @joshdeleeuw also see Carp (2012) https://t.co/yGyinvy6lI and Vasilevsky et al. (2013) https://t.co/MdEmsGg0c9

365 days ago
Untangling the Spider Tree of Life https://t.co/8f1D3sPksJ via @thePeerJ

Archosauromorph phylogeny https://t.co/jRrnxvLJuH vía @thePeerJ

@realDonaldTrump What's really going down is the amount of leopard habitat. 63%-75% lost so far, and counting #scijack https://t.co/kAx3CQ1qJ0 https://t.co/iaZriUQK85

New York Times: Leopards Are More Vulnerable Than Believed, Study Finds

GenomeWeb: "Team Tweaks Spider Phylogeny With Genomic, Transcriptomic Data"

Media coverage from "The Horse: Your Guide to Equine Health Care"

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