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Getting to the fat of the matter: models, methods and assumptions for dealing with lipids in stable isotope analyses
DM Post, CA Layman, DA Arrington, G Takimoto, J Quattrochi, ...
Oecologia 152, 179-189, 2007
27352007
Can stable isotope ratios provide for community‐wide measures of trophic structure?
CA Layman, DA Arrington, CG Montaña, DM Post
Ecology 88 (1), 42-48, 2007
18062007
Systematics, biogeography, and evolution of the Neotropical peacock basses Cichla (Perciformes: Cichlidae)
SC Willis, MS Nunes, CG Montaña, IP Farias, NR Lovejoy
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 44 (1), 291-307, 2007
1042007
Diet-morphology correlations in the radiation of South American geophagine cichlids (Perciformes: Cichlidae: Cichlinae)
H Lopez-Fernandez, KO Winemiller, C Montana, RL Honeycutt
PLoS One 7 (4), e33997, 2012
902012
Evolutionary convergence in Neotropical cichlids and Nearctic centrarchids: evidence from morphology, diet, and stable isotope analysis
CG Montaña, KO Winemiller
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109 (1), 146-164, 2013
752013
Local‐scale habitat influences morphological diversity of species assemblages of cichlid fishes in a tropical floodplain river
CG Montaña, KO Winemiller
Ecology of freshwater Fish 19 (2), 216-227, 2010
722010
The Casiquiare river acts as a corridor between the Amazonas and Orinoco river basins: biogeographic analysis of the genus Cichla
SC Willis, M Nunes, CG Montana, IP Farias, G Orti, NR Lovejoy
Molecular ecology 19 (5), 1014-1030, 2010
712010
Pulsing hydrology determines top‐down control of basal resources in a tropical river–floodplain ecosystem
KO Winemiller, CG MONTAna, DL Roelke, JB Cotner, JV Montoya, ...
Ecological Monographs 84 (4), 621-635, 2014
672014
Intercontinental comparison of fish ecomorphology: null model tests of community assembly at the patch scale in rivers
CG Montaña, KO Winemiller, A Sutton
Ecological Monographs, 2014
622014
Can stable isotope ratios provide quantitative measures of trophic diversity within food webs
CA Layman, DA Arrington, CG Montana, DM Post
Ecology 88, 42-48, 2007
622007
On the diet of the frogs of the Ceratophryidae: synopsis and new contributions
CM Schalk, CG Montaña, JL Klemish, ER Wild
South American Journal of Herpetology 9 (2), 90-105, 2014
572014
The relationship between trophic level and body size in fishes depends on functional traits
FW Keppeler, CG Montaña, KO Winemiller
Ecological Monographs 90 (4), e01415, 2020
532020
Comparative feeding ecology and habitats use of Crenicichla species (Perciformes: Cichlidae) in a Venezuelan floodplain river
CG Montaña, KO Winemiller
Neotropical Ichthyology 7, 267-274, 2009
502009
Mechanistic evidence of enhanced production on artificial reefs: A case study in a Bahamian seagrass ecosystem
CA Layman, JE Allgeier, CG Montaña
Ecological Engineering 95, 574-579, 2016
472016
Compositional trends of fisheries in the River Ganges, India
CG Montana, SK Choudhary, S Dey, KO Winemiller
Fisheries Management and Ecology 18 (4), 282-296, 2011
452011
Revisiting “what do tadpoles really eat?” A 10‐year perspective
CG Montaña, SD Silva, D Hagyari, J Wager, L Tiegs, C Sadeghian, ...
Freshwater Biology 64 (12), 2269-2282, 2019
432019
Trophic plasticity, environmental gradients and food‐web structure of tropical pond communities
CM Schalk, CG Montaña, KO Winemiller, LA Fitzgerald
Freshwater Biology 62 (3), 519-529, 2017
422017
Body size–trophic position relationships among fishes of the lower Mekong basin
C Ou, CG Montaña, KO Winemiller
Royal Society open science 4 (1), 160645, 2017
392017
Gape size influences seasonal patterns of piscivore diets in three Neotropical rivers
CG Montaña, CA Layman, KO Winemiller
Neotropical Ichthyology 9, 647-655, 2011
322011
Population genetics of the speckled peacock bass (Cichla temensis), South America’s most important inland sport fishery
SC Willis, KO Winemiller, CG Montana, J Macrander, P Reiss, IP Farias, ...
Conservation genetics 16, 1345-1357, 2015
312015
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