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Vivas-Toro, I., Martínez-Méndez, N.,  Sagot, M., León-Avila, G. and Ortega, J. 2023. Landscape genetics of the Southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in the northeastern United States. Journal of Mammalogy, in press.

Sagot, M., Giacomini, G., Chaves-Ramirez, S., Hernández-Pinsón, A., & Chaverri, G. 2022 Vocal Behavior and the Use of Social information During Roost Finding. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 706.

Chaverri, G.; Sandoval-Herrera, N.; Iturralde-Polit, P.; Romero, A.; Chaves-Ramírez, S. & Sagot, M. 2021. The energetics of social signaling during roost location in Spix’s disc-winged bats. Journal of Experimental Biology, 224

Razik, I. & Sagot. M. 2020. Vertebrate species richness at littoral beaver lodges in a temperate artificial pond. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, 11 (2): 422–429

Chaverri, G.; Araya-Ajoy, J. & Sagot. M. 2020. Calling in context: intra- and intergroup variation in vocalization rates depend on a call’s function. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 74: 57

Nelson, M. L. & Sagot, M. 2018. Effects of temperature and day length on daily movements and home range of the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans) in the Northeastern United States. Northeastern Naturalist, 25: 383-390

Sagot, M.; C. Schöner, A. Jago, I, Razik, &, G Chaverri. 2018. The importance of group vocal behaviour in roost finding. Animal Behaviour,

Montero, B. K., Sagot, M., Phillips, C. D., Baker, R. J., & Gillam, E. H. 2018. Geographic variation of contact calls suggest distinct modes of vocal transmission in a leaf-roosting bat. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology,  72: 125.

Macchiano, A; I, Razik & Sagot, M. 2018. Same sex courtship behaviors in male-biased populations: Evidence for the mistaken identity hypothesis. Acta Ethologica

Sagot, M., C. D. Phillips, R. J. Baker & R. D. Stevens. 2016. Human-modified habitats change patterns of population genetic structure and group relatedness in Peter’s tent-roosting bats. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2255.

Sagot, M. & G. Chaverri. 2015. Roost specialization increases extinction risk in bats. Conservation Biology, DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12546.

Manning, R., Heaney, M., Sagot, M., & Baker, R. J. 2014. Noteworthy record of Crawford’s desert shrew (Notiosorex crawfordi) from southern Nevada. Southwestern Naturalist 59: 145-147.

Sagot, M., C. D. Phillips, R. D. Stevens, & R. J. Baker. 2013. Development and characterization of seventeen microsatellite loci for Peter’s tent-roosting bat (Uroderma bilobatum). Conservation Genetics Resources DOI 10.1007/s12686-013- 0011-9.

Gillam, E., Chaverri, G., Montero, K., and Sagot, M. 2013. Social calls produced within and near the roost in two species of tent-making bats, Dermanura watsoni and Ectophylla alba. Plos One 0061731.

Sagot, M., B. Rodríguez-Herrera & R. Stevens. 2013. Macro and Microhabitat Associations of the Peter’s Tent-Roosting Bat (Uroderma bilobatum): Human Induced Selection and Colonization? Biotropica 45: 511-519.

Sagot, M. 2012. Unravelling ecological effects on social behavior: insights from tent- roosting bats. Mastozoología Neotropical 19:193-194.

Sagot, M., & R. D. Stevens. 2011. The evolution of group stability and roost persistence: A case of study in tent-roosting bats. Biotropica 44: 90-97. Featured in The Economist

Rodríguez-H, B., S. Rodríguez, & M. Sagot. 2001. Tent use in Pentagonia donnell- smithii (Rubiaceae) by Vampyressa pusilla (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) in Costa Rica. Bat Research News 42(2): 49.

Book Chapters

Sagot, M. 2016. Effects of range, habitat and roosting ecology in patterns of group association in bats. Pp 247-259. In: Ortega, J (ed), Sociality on Bats. Springer.

Edited Books

Sweatt, D. 2016. Field guide to Mammals at Rice Creek Field Station. Sagot, M. (ed). State University of New York press.

[State University of New York at Oswego] [Department of Biological Sciences]

[Rice Creek Field Station]

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