Biology Letters

(The H4-Index of Biology Letters is 18. 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.)
Disparities in the analysis of morphological disparity64
Salinity tolerance and geographical origin predict global alien amphipod invasions46
A paraphyletic ‘Silesauridae' as an alternative hypothesis for the initial radiation of ornithischian dinosaurs44
A review of clothing microbiology: the history of clothing and the role of microbes in textiles40
Extreme and variable torpor among high-elevation Andean hummingbird species34
Bark water vapour conductance is associated with drought performance in tropical trees27
Inference in road ecology research: what we know versus what we think we know26
Blocking mu-opioid receptors inhibits social bonding in rituals25
Sucking or lapping: facultative feeding mechanisms in honeybees (Apis mellifera)23
Breeders are less active foragers than non-breeders in wild Damaraland mole-rats22
The long-range echo scene of the sperm whale biosonar22
The nuclear envelope: LINCing tissue mechanics to genome regulation in cardiac and skeletal muscle21
Expression levels of the tetratricopeptide repeat protein gene ttc39b covary with carotenoid-based skin colour in cichlid fish21
Temperature and predator cues interactively affect ontogenetic metabolic scaling of aquatic amphipods19
Pythons in the Eocene of Europe reveal a much older divergence of the group in sympatry with boas19
Lateralization correlates with individual differences in inhibitory control in zebrafish19
Evidence for oscillating circadian clock genes in the copepodCalanus finmarchicusduring the summer solstice in the high Arctic19
Group-level patterns emerge from individual speed as revealed by an extremely social robotic fish19
Zygomorphic flowers have fewer potential pollinator species18
It's in the loop: shared sub-surface foot kinematics in birds and other dinosaurs shed light on a new dimension of fossil track diversity18
Acoustic allometry and vocal learning in mammals18
No, you go first: phenotype and social context affect house sparrow neophobia18