- North American Ornithological Conference, Washington D. C.
- Ecology and Evolutionary Biology class, University of Connecticut (Skype).
- Centre Méditerranéen Environnement et Biodiversité, Montpellier, France.
- Society for the Study of Evolution, Austin TX
- Larada Sciences, 4rd Service Provider Summit, Park City, Utah .
- Institute for High Mountain Biology, Žilina University, Slovak Republic.
- Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest.
- Dept. of Biology, University of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- Larada Sciences, 3rd Service Provider Summit, Park City, Utah.
- Galápagos symposium, AAAS Pacific Division, San Francisco (Knutie).
- Departmental Seminar, Dept. of Biology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.
- Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.
- Arthropods & Wildlife symposium, Entomol. Soc. America, Minneapolis (Knutie).
- Invasive parasites and the fate of Darwin’s finches in the Galapagos Islands: the case of the Vegetarian Finch. Wilson Journal of Ornithology. In press.
In press, 11/01/2016.
- Does allopreening control avian ectoparasites? Biology Letters 12: 20160362. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2016.0362.
- Galápagos mockingbirds tolerant introduced parasites that threaten Darwin’s finches. Ecology 97:940-950.
- Does anti-parasite behavior improve with experience? Experimental test of the priming hypothesis. Behavioural Ecology doi: 10.1093/beheco/arw032.
- Clayton, D. H., S. E. Bush and K. P. Johnson. 2016. Coevolution of life on hosts: Integrating ecology and history. University of Chicago Press. 320 pages, 16 color plates, 110 halftones, 3 line drawings, 4 tables.
- Koop, J. A. H., P. S. Kim, S. A. Knutie, F. Adler and D. H. Clayton. 2015. Introduced parasitic fly may lead to local extinction of Darwin’s finch populations. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12575 Press coverage: Covered by BBC News, Smithsonian, Christian Science Monitor, Huffington Post, DailyMail, Fusion, MentalFloss and many others.
- Skinner, M. A., C. Gurerrero-Bosagna, Md M. Haque, E. E. Nilsson, J. A. H. Koop, Sarah A. Knutie and D. H. Clayton. 2014. Epigenetics and the evolution of Darwin's finches. Genome Biology and Evolution 6: 1972-1989.
- J.P. Owen, J. L. Waite, K. Z. Holden and D.H. Clayton. 2014. Does antibody binding to novel proteins predict future infection? (Invited article for special issue concerning immunology and ectoparasites). Parasite Immunology 36: 571-582.
- Ghosh, S., J.L. Waite, D. H. Clayton and F.R. Adler. 2014. Can antibodies against flies alter malaria transmission in birds by changing vector behavior? Journal of Theoretical Biology 358: 93-101.
- Knutie, S. A., S. M. McNew, A. W. Bartlow, D. Vargas, and D. H. Clayton. 2014. Darwin’s finches combat introduced nest parasites with fumigated cotton. Current Biology 24: R355–R356. Recommended by Faculty of 1000 Press coverage: Featured by Reuters, Science, Nature, National Public Radio, Scientific American, National Geographic, CBC Quirks & Quarks & many others.
- Waite, J.L., A.R. Henry, J.P. Owen and D.H. Clayton. 2014. An experimental test of the effects of behavioral and immunological defenses against vectors: do they interact to protect birds from blood parasites? Parasites & Vectors 7:104.
- Diversity of feather mites (Acari: Astigmata) on Darwin's Finches. J. Parasitology 99: 756-762.