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Stratford, J.A., W.D. Robinson, and J. Hogland. In Review. Spatial variation in bird
species richness across a heterogeneous landscape is influenced most by urbanization.
Stratford, J.A. and W.D. Robinson. 2005. Distribution of Neotropical migratory bird
species across an urbanizing landscape. Urban Ecosystems 8: 59-77.
Stratford, J. A. and W. D. Robinson. 2005 Gulliver travels to the fragmented tropics:
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Stratford, J.A. 2005. Notes on nests of Ruddy Quail-Doves (Geotrygon montana), Lesser
Swallow-tailed Swifts (Panyptila cayennensis), Mouse-colored Antshrikes (Thamnophilus
murinus), and Scale-backed Antbirds (Hylophylax poecilonotus) from central Amazonas,
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Stratford, J. A. 2004. Rise of Islamic creationism [book review]. Cladistics 20: 215-217.
Stratford, J. A. 2004. Nest descriptions of several enigmatic Neotropical birds from
Manaus, Brazil. Ornithologia Neotropical 15:265-267.
Stratford, J. A. and J. W. Tucker. 2002. Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus) nest
in the east Gulf Coastal Plain of Alabama. Alabama Birdlife 48:10-12.
Stratford, J. A. and P. C. Stouffer. 2001. Reduced feather growth rates of two common
birds in a fragmented landscape near Manaus, Brazil. Conservation Biology 15: 721-728.
Stratford, J. A. 2000. First report of a Myrmeciza ferruginea nest from Brazil. Ararajuba
Stratford, J. A. and P. C. Stouffer. 1999. Local extinctions of terrestrial insectivorous
birds in a fragmented landscape near Manaus, Brazil. Conservation Biology 13: 1316-1326.