Southwestern Naturalist

Papers
(The TQCC of Southwestern Naturalist is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
SYSTEMATIC LARVAL FISH SURVEYS AND ABIOTIC CORRELATES CHARACTERIZE EXTANT NATIVE FISH ASSEMBLAGE REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN THE COLORADO RIVER, WESTERN GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA4
TEMPERATURE-BASED AMBUSH SITE SELECTION IN SIDEWINDER RATTLESNAKES (CROTALUS CERASTES)4
ROBBER FLIES (DIPTERA: ASILIDAE) AS PREDATORS OF HARVESTER ANT WORKERS (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE: POGONOMYRMEX) IN EASTERN NEW MEXICO AND WEST TEXAS3
EFFECTS OF CATTLE DISTURBANCE ON CHANGE IN POPULATION DENSITIES AND FLOWERING OF WRIGHT FISHHOOK CACTUS (SCLEROCACTUS WRIGHTIAE L.D. BENSON)3
LATE PLEISTOCENE BIGHORN SHEEP DUNG FROM EAGLE CAVE, LOWER PECOS RIVER, TEXAS3
NOVEL INTRODUCTION FOR THE INVASIVE RED-RIM MELANIA MELANOIDES TUBERCULATA (MÜLLER) IN SOUTHEASTERN TEXAS2
ESTIVATION SITE SELECTION OF WESTERN CHICKEN TURTLES (DEIROCHELYS RETICULARIA MIARIA)2
WHITE-TAILED JACKRABBITS: A REVIEW AND CALL FOR RESEARCH2
ALOPECIA IN A POPULATION OF RAFINESQUE'S BIG-EARED BATS (CORYNORHINUS RAFINESQUII)2
CO-OCCURRENCE OF FOUR ENDANGERED MAMMALS IN THE MEXICO–UNITED STATES BORDERLANDS: JAGUAR (PANTHERA ONCA), OCELOT (LEOPARDUS PARDALIS), BEAVER (CASTOR CANADENSIS) AND BLACK BEAR (URSUS AMERICANUS)2
DIET COMPARISON BETWEEN JUVENILE AND ADULT INVASIVE CHANNEL CATFISH (ICTALURUS PUNCTATUS) IN THE SAN JUAN RIVER2
EXAMINING THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF AN ICONIC MOJAVE DESERT SPECIES, THE JOSHUA TREE (YUCCA BREVIFOLIA, YUCCA JAEGERIANA)2
AGE-SPECIFIC PATTERNS OF OCCURRENCE, DENSITY, AND GROWTH OF TWO CYPRINID FISHES IN HEADWATER PRAIRIE STREAMS2
SPECIES DIVERSITY OF MAMMALS AND BIRDS USING CAMERA-TRAPS IN A CLOUD FOREST IN A MEXICAN HOTSPOT1
TESTING BERGMANN'S RULE IN THE WIDESPREAD MEXICAN LIZARD ANOLIS NEBULOSUS (SQUAMATA: DACTYLOIDAE)1
DEPOSITION AND DECOMPOSITION OF UNGULATE DUNG AND ASSOCIATED NITROGEN INPUTS ON A DRYLAND RIVER FLOODPLAIN1
STUDIES OF MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETIC VARIABILITY OF HERICIUM ERINACEUS FROM THE NORTHWEST AREA OF THE SIERRA MADRE OCCIDENTAL, DURANGO, MEXICO1
LESSER PRAIRIE-CHICKEN (TYMPANUCHUS PALLIDICINCTUS) USE OF MAN-MADE WATER SOURCES1
WATER USE BEHAVIORS OF AXIS DEER (AXIS AXIS) IN THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY1
TESTING RESTRICTED MOVEMENT OF PLAINS KILLIFISH (FUNDULUS ZEBRINUS)1
AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE BIODIVERSITY IN SPRING-FED HABITATS OF THE RIO SONOYTA BASIN: VARIATION AMONG HABITAT TYPES AND SEASONS1
SMALL MAMMALS OF OTONGA FOREST RESERVE, COTOPAXI PROVINCE, ECUADOR1
SEASONAL ACTIVITY AND POPULATION FLUCTUATIONS OF A FREE-RANGING POPULATION OF THE RAT SNAKE PANTHEROPHIS OBSOLETUS INHABITING THE DALLAS ZOO, TEXAS1
DEFENSIVE HORN RAISING BY HORNED LIZARDS (PHRYNOSOMA): A UNIQUE BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE IN PHRYNOSOMATID LIZARDS?1
AUGMENTATION OF NATURAL PREY REDUCES CATTLE PREDATION BY PUMA (PUMA CONCOLOR) AND JAGUAR (PANTHERA ONCA) ON A RANCH IN SONORA, MEXICO1
AREOLE SPACING AND NUMBERS ON OPUNTIA LITTORALIS CLADODES ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS1
THE ROLE OF PRIORITY IN DETERMINING THE RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION OF TETRAHYMENA THERMOPHILA1
WINTERING HABITAT ASSOCIATIONS OF A DECLINING GRASSLAND BIRD, THE SPRAGUE'S PIPIT (ANTHUS SPRAGUEII)1
BLANCO RIVER RIPARIAN FOREST REGENERATION FOLLOWING A RECORD FLOOD IN CENTRAL TEXAS1
RAIN-HARVEST DRINKING BY PHRYNOSOMA DITMARSI IN SONORA, MEXICO1
TERRESTRIAL SNAIL COMMUNITIES OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY ARE AFFECTED BY HUMAN DISTURBANCE AND CORRELATE WITH VEGETATION COMMUNITY COMPOSITION1
DOES CLEISTOGAMOUS SELF-FERTILIZATION PROVIDE REPRODUCTIVE ASSURANCE AGAINST SEED PREDATION IN RUELLIA HUMILIS?1
FACTORS INFLUENCING NEST SURVIVAL OF MOURNING DOVES IN THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS1
EXTRAORDINARY ACCUMULATION OF ARVICOLINE RODENTS FROM LITTLE DELL DAM (PLEISTOCENE), UTAH1
AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR OF THE ENDANGERED LEON SPRINGS PUPFISH IS INEFFECTIVE AGAINST THE ENDANGERED EGG PREDATOR PECOS GAMBUSIA1
FIRST RECORD OF COLORATION ABNORMALITY IN THE FUR OF PTERONOTUS FULVUS BAT (CHIROPTERA, MORMOOPIDAE)1
DESCRIPTION OF A PEREGRINE FALCON (FALCO PEREGRINUS) FENCE MORTALITY IN THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS OF TEXAS1
EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE HISTORY ON CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTIONS OF FOUR SPECIES OF REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS IN KANSAS1
SOME OBSERVATIONS OF SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS ON A LARGE URBAN POPULATION OF FREE-TAILED BATS (TADARIDA BRASILIENSIS)1
FIRE HISTORY OF CONIFER FORESTS OF CERRO EL POTOSÍ, NUEVO LEÓN, MEXICO1
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