Dr Andrew Whitworth

  • Affiliate Researcher (School of Biodiversity, One Health & Veterinary Medicine)

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Number of items: 21.

2022

Flatt, E., Basto, A., Pinto, C., Ortiz, J., Navarro, K., Reed, N., Brumberg, H., Chaverri, M. H. and Whitworth, A. (2022) Arboreal wildlife bridges in the tropical rainforest of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. Folia Primatologica, 93(3-6), pp. 419-435. (doi: 10.1163/14219980-20211109)

Whitworth, A., Pinto, C., Ortiz, J., Flatt, E. and Silman, M. (2022) Flight speed and time of day heavily influence rainforest canopy wildlife counts from drone-mounted thermal camera surveys. Biodiversity and Conservation, 31(13-14), pp. 3179-3195. (doi: 10.1007/s10531-022-02483-w)

Serrano-Rojas, S. J., Whitworth, A., Paredes-Garcia, J. A., Pillco-Huarcaya, R., Whittaker, L., Huaypar-Loayza, K. H. and MacLeod, R. (2022) Indigenous lands are better for amphibian biodiversity conservation than immigrant-managed agricultural lands: a case study from Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru. Tropical Conservation Science, 15, pp. 1-18. (doi: 10.1177/19400829221134811)

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Basto, A., Flatt, E., Tobler, M., Powell, G., Terborgh, J. and Forsyth, A. (2022) Disappearance of an ecosystem engineer, the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari), leads to density compensation and ecological release. Oecologia, 199(4), pp. 937-949. (doi: 10.1007/s00442-022-05233-5) (PMID:35963917) (PMCID:PMC9464176)

Sellés-Ríos, B., Flatt, E., Ortiz-García, J., García-Colomé, J., Latour, O. and Whitworth, A. (2022) Warm beach, warmer turtles: using drone-mounted thermal infrared sensors to monitor sea turtle nesting activity. Frontiers in Conservation Science, 3, 954791. (doi: 10.3389/fcosc.2022.954791)

Pillco Huarcaya, R., López Morales, M., Álvarez-Alcázar, L. and Whitworth, A. (2022) The first ex-situ germination and dispersal mechanisms of the rare, critically endangered tree, Pleodendron costaricense. Tropical Conservation Science, 15, pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.1177/19400829221104572)

2021

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Flatt, E., Froese, G., Nuñez, C. L. and Forsyth, A. (2021) Recovery of dung beetle biodiversity and traits in a regenerating rainforest; a case study from Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 14(4), pp. 439-454. (doi: 10.1111/icad.12470)

Brumberg, H., Beirne, C., Broadbent, E. N., Almeyda Zambrano, A. M., Almeyda Zambrano, S. L., Quispe Gil, C. A., Lopez Gutierrez, B., Eplee, R. and Whitworth, A. (2021) Riparian buffer length is more influential than width on river water quality: a case study in southern Costa Rica. Journal of Environmental Management, 286, 112132. (doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2021.112132) (PMID:33621848)

2020

Guillory, W. X. et al. (2020) Phylogenetic relationships and systematics of the Amazonian poison frog genus Ameerega using ultraconserved genomic elements. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 142, 106638. (doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2019.106638) (PMID:31586688)

2019

Whitworth, A., Whittaker, L., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Flatt, E., Morales, M. L., Connor, D., Priego, M. G., Forsyth, A. and Beirne, C. (2019) Spider monkeys rule the roost: Ateline sleeping sites influence rainforest heterogeneity. Animals, 9(12), 1052. (doi: 10.3390/ani9121052) (PMID:31805694) (PMCID:PMC6941026)

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Whittaker, L., Serrano Rojas, S. J., Tobler, M. W. and MacLeod, R. (2019) Human disturbance impacts on rainforest mammals are most notable in the canopy, especially for larger‐bodied species. Diversity and Distributions, 25(7), pp. 1166-1178. (doi: 10.1111/ddi.12930)

2018

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Flatt, E., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Cruz Diaz, J. C., Forsyth, A., Molnár, P. K. and Vargas Soto, J. S. (2018) Secondary forest is utilized by Great Curassows (Crax rubra) and Great Tinamous (Tinamus major) in the absence of hunting. Condor, 120(4), pp. 852-862. (doi: 10.1650/CONDOR-18-57.1)

Whitworth, A., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Whittaker, L. and Braunholtz, L. (2018) Are we using the most appropriate methodologies to assess the sensitivity of rainforest biodiversity to habitat disturbance? Tropical Conservation Science, 11, (doi: 10.1177/1940082918788445)

Whitworth, A., Huarcaya, R. P., Mercado, H. G., Braunholtz, L. D. and MacLeod, R. (2018) Food for thought. Rainforest carrion-feeding butterflies are more sensitive indicators of disturbance history than fruit feeders. Biological Conservation, 217, pp. 383-390. (doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2017.11.030)

Whitworth, A., Pillco-Huarcaya, R., Downie, R., Villacampa, J., Braunholtz, L. D. and MacLeod, R. (2018) Long lasting impressions: After decades of regeneration rainforest biodiversity remains differentially affected following selective logging and clearance for agriculture. Global Ecology and Conservation, 13, e00375. (doi: 10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00375)

2017

Serrano-Rojas, S. J., Whitworth, A., Villacampa, J., von May, R., Padial, J. M. and Chaparro, J. C. (2017) A new species of poison-dart frog (Anura: Dendrobatidae) from Manu province, Amazon region of southeastern Peru, with notes on its natural history, bioacoustics, phylogenetics, and recommended conservation status. Zootaxa, 4221(1), pp. 71-94. (doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4221.1.3) (PMID:28187674)

Whitworth, A., Villacampa, J., Serrano Rojas, S. J., Downie, R. and MacLeod, R. (2017) Methods matter: Different biodiversity survey methodologies identify contrasting biodiversity patterns in a human modified rainforest — A case study with amphibians. Ecological Indicators, 72, pp. 821-832. (doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.08.055)

Beirne, C., Pillco-Huarcaya, R., Serrano-Rojas, S. J. and Whitworth, A. (2017) Terrestrial camera traps: essential tool for the detection and future monitoring of the Critically Endangered Sira curassow Pauxi koepckeae. Endangered Species Research, 32, pp. 145-152. (doi: 10.3354/esr00802)

2016

Serrano Rojas, S. J., Villacampa, J. and Whitworth, A. (2016) Notes on the reproduction of Kentropyx altamazonica (Squamata: Teiidae) and Imantodes lentiferus (Serpentes: Dipsadidae) from southeast Peru. Phyllomedusa: Journal of Herpetology, 15(1), pp. 69-73. (doi: 10.11606/issn.2316-9079.v15i1p69-73)

Whitworth, A., Downie, R., von May, R., Villacampa, J. and MacLeod, R. (2016) How much potential biodiversity and conservation value can a regenerating rainforest provide? A ‘best-case scenario’ approach from the Peruvian Amazon. Tropical Conservation Science, 9(1), pp. 224-245. (doi: 10.1177/194008291600900112)

2015

Whittaker, L., Whitworth, A., Fowler, A., Brent-Smith, M., Beirne, C. and Villacampa, J. (2015) Bamboo traps as refugia for Pristimantis olivaceus (Anura: Craugastoridae) and as breeding site for Osteocephalus castaneicola (Anura: Hylidae). Phyllomedusa: Journal of Herpetology, 14(2), pp. 157-161. (doi: 10.11606/issn.2316-9079.v14i2p157-161)

This list was generated on Sun Jan 29 13:21:41 2023 GMT.
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Number of items: 21.

Articles

Flatt, E., Basto, A., Pinto, C., Ortiz, J., Navarro, K., Reed, N., Brumberg, H., Chaverri, M. H. and Whitworth, A. (2022) Arboreal wildlife bridges in the tropical rainforest of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. Folia Primatologica, 93(3-6), pp. 419-435. (doi: 10.1163/14219980-20211109)

Whitworth, A., Pinto, C., Ortiz, J., Flatt, E. and Silman, M. (2022) Flight speed and time of day heavily influence rainforest canopy wildlife counts from drone-mounted thermal camera surveys. Biodiversity and Conservation, 31(13-14), pp. 3179-3195. (doi: 10.1007/s10531-022-02483-w)

Serrano-Rojas, S. J., Whitworth, A., Paredes-Garcia, J. A., Pillco-Huarcaya, R., Whittaker, L., Huaypar-Loayza, K. H. and MacLeod, R. (2022) Indigenous lands are better for amphibian biodiversity conservation than immigrant-managed agricultural lands: a case study from Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru. Tropical Conservation Science, 15, pp. 1-18. (doi: 10.1177/19400829221134811)

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Basto, A., Flatt, E., Tobler, M., Powell, G., Terborgh, J. and Forsyth, A. (2022) Disappearance of an ecosystem engineer, the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari), leads to density compensation and ecological release. Oecologia, 199(4), pp. 937-949. (doi: 10.1007/s00442-022-05233-5) (PMID:35963917) (PMCID:PMC9464176)

Sellés-Ríos, B., Flatt, E., Ortiz-García, J., García-Colomé, J., Latour, O. and Whitworth, A. (2022) Warm beach, warmer turtles: using drone-mounted thermal infrared sensors to monitor sea turtle nesting activity. Frontiers in Conservation Science, 3, 954791. (doi: 10.3389/fcosc.2022.954791)

Pillco Huarcaya, R., López Morales, M., Álvarez-Alcázar, L. and Whitworth, A. (2022) The first ex-situ germination and dispersal mechanisms of the rare, critically endangered tree, Pleodendron costaricense. Tropical Conservation Science, 15, pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.1177/19400829221104572)

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Flatt, E., Froese, G., Nuñez, C. L. and Forsyth, A. (2021) Recovery of dung beetle biodiversity and traits in a regenerating rainforest; a case study from Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 14(4), pp. 439-454. (doi: 10.1111/icad.12470)

Brumberg, H., Beirne, C., Broadbent, E. N., Almeyda Zambrano, A. M., Almeyda Zambrano, S. L., Quispe Gil, C. A., Lopez Gutierrez, B., Eplee, R. and Whitworth, A. (2021) Riparian buffer length is more influential than width on river water quality: a case study in southern Costa Rica. Journal of Environmental Management, 286, 112132. (doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2021.112132) (PMID:33621848)

Guillory, W. X. et al. (2020) Phylogenetic relationships and systematics of the Amazonian poison frog genus Ameerega using ultraconserved genomic elements. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 142, 106638. (doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2019.106638) (PMID:31586688)

Whitworth, A., Whittaker, L., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Flatt, E., Morales, M. L., Connor, D., Priego, M. G., Forsyth, A. and Beirne, C. (2019) Spider monkeys rule the roost: Ateline sleeping sites influence rainforest heterogeneity. Animals, 9(12), 1052. (doi: 10.3390/ani9121052) (PMID:31805694) (PMCID:PMC6941026)

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Whittaker, L., Serrano Rojas, S. J., Tobler, M. W. and MacLeod, R. (2019) Human disturbance impacts on rainforest mammals are most notable in the canopy, especially for larger‐bodied species. Diversity and Distributions, 25(7), pp. 1166-1178. (doi: 10.1111/ddi.12930)

Whitworth, A., Beirne, C., Flatt, E., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Cruz Diaz, J. C., Forsyth, A., Molnár, P. K. and Vargas Soto, J. S. (2018) Secondary forest is utilized by Great Curassows (Crax rubra) and Great Tinamous (Tinamus major) in the absence of hunting. Condor, 120(4), pp. 852-862. (doi: 10.1650/CONDOR-18-57.1)

Whitworth, A., Pillco Huarcaya, R., Whittaker, L. and Braunholtz, L. (2018) Are we using the most appropriate methodologies to assess the sensitivity of rainforest biodiversity to habitat disturbance? Tropical Conservation Science, 11, (doi: 10.1177/1940082918788445)

Whitworth, A., Huarcaya, R. P., Mercado, H. G., Braunholtz, L. D. and MacLeod, R. (2018) Food for thought. Rainforest carrion-feeding butterflies are more sensitive indicators of disturbance history than fruit feeders. Biological Conservation, 217, pp. 383-390. (doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2017.11.030)

Whitworth, A., Pillco-Huarcaya, R., Downie, R., Villacampa, J., Braunholtz, L. D. and MacLeod, R. (2018) Long lasting impressions: After decades of regeneration rainforest biodiversity remains differentially affected following selective logging and clearance for agriculture. Global Ecology and Conservation, 13, e00375. (doi: 10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00375)

Serrano-Rojas, S. J., Whitworth, A., Villacampa, J., von May, R., Padial, J. M. and Chaparro, J. C. (2017) A new species of poison-dart frog (Anura: Dendrobatidae) from Manu province, Amazon region of southeastern Peru, with notes on its natural history, bioacoustics, phylogenetics, and recommended conservation status. Zootaxa, 4221(1), pp. 71-94. (doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4221.1.3) (PMID:28187674)

Whitworth, A., Villacampa, J., Serrano Rojas, S. J., Downie, R. and MacLeod, R. (2017) Methods matter: Different biodiversity survey methodologies identify contrasting biodiversity patterns in a human modified rainforest — A case study with amphibians. Ecological Indicators, 72, pp. 821-832. (doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.08.055)

Beirne, C., Pillco-Huarcaya, R., Serrano-Rojas, S. J. and Whitworth, A. (2017) Terrestrial camera traps: essential tool for the detection and future monitoring of the Critically Endangered Sira curassow Pauxi koepckeae. Endangered Species Research, 32, pp. 145-152. (doi: 10.3354/esr00802)

Serrano Rojas, S. J., Villacampa, J. and Whitworth, A. (2016) Notes on the reproduction of Kentropyx altamazonica (Squamata: Teiidae) and Imantodes lentiferus (Serpentes: Dipsadidae) from southeast Peru. Phyllomedusa: Journal of Herpetology, 15(1), pp. 69-73. (doi: 10.11606/issn.2316-9079.v15i1p69-73)

Whitworth, A., Downie, R., von May, R., Villacampa, J. and MacLeod, R. (2016) How much potential biodiversity and conservation value can a regenerating rainforest provide? A ‘best-case scenario’ approach from the Peruvian Amazon. Tropical Conservation Science, 9(1), pp. 224-245. (doi: 10.1177/194008291600900112)

Whittaker, L., Whitworth, A., Fowler, A., Brent-Smith, M., Beirne, C. and Villacampa, J. (2015) Bamboo traps as refugia for Pristimantis olivaceus (Anura: Craugastoridae) and as breeding site for Osteocephalus castaneicola (Anura: Hylidae). Phyllomedusa: Journal of Herpetology, 14(2), pp. 157-161. (doi: 10.11606/issn.2316-9079.v14i2p157-161)

This list was generated on Sun Jan 29 13:21:41 2023 GMT.

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