PDF of Publications

Revell LJ, González-Valenzuela LE, Alfonso A, Castellanos-García LA, Guarnizo CE, Crawford AJ (2018) Comparing evolutionary rates between trees, clades, & traits. Methods in Ecology & Evolution PDF

Guarnizo CE, Werneck FP, Giugliano LG, Santos MG, Fenker J, Sousa L, D’Angiolella AB et al. (2016) Cryptic lineages and diversification of an endemic anole lizard (Squamata, Dactyloidae) of the Cerrado hotspot.” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 94: 279-289. PDF

Guarnizo CE, Paz A, Muñoz-Ortiz A, Flechas SV, Méndez-Narváez J, Crawford AJ (2015) DNA Barcoding Survey of Anurans across the Eastern Cordillera of Colombia and the Impact of the Andes on Cryptic Diversity. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0127312. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127312. PDF

Muñoz-Ortiz A, Velásquez-Álvarez AA, Guarnizo CE, Crawford AJ. 2014. Of peaks and valleys: testing the roles of orogeny and habitat heterogeneity in driving allopatry in mid-elevation frogs (Aromobatidae) of the northern Andes. Journal of Biogeography. PDF

Guarnizo CE, Cannatella DC. 2014. Geographic Determinants of Gene Flow in Two Sister Species of Tropical Andean Frogs. Journal of Heredity.105: 216-225. PDF

Guarnizo CE, Cannatella DC. 2013. Genetic divergence within frog species is greater in topographically more complex regions. Journal of Zoological Systematics and EvolutionaryResearch. 51: 333-340. PDF

Guarnizo CE, Escallón C, Cannatella DC, Amézquita A. 2012. Congruence Between Acoustic Traits and Genealogical History Reveals a New Species of Dendropsophus (Anura: Hylidae) in the High Andes of Colombia. Herpetologica. 68: 523-540. PDF

Guarnizo CE, Amezquita A, Bermingham E. 2009. The relative roles of vicariance versus elevational gradients in the genetic differentiation of the high Andean tree frog Dendropsophus labialis. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 50: 84-92. PDF

Bernal X, Guarnizo C, Lüddecke H. 2005. Geographic variation in advertisement call andgenetic structure of Colostethus palmatus (Anura: Dendrobatidae), from the Colombian Andes. Herpetologica. 61: 395-408. PDF