† denotes undergraduate author

Green, D., Scolman, T.†, & B. Pasch. 2019.  A broad filter between call frequency and peripheral auditory sensitivity in northern grasshopper mice (Onychomys leucogaster). Journal of Comparative Physiology A. In press.

Borgard, H.L., Baab, K., Pasch, B., & Riede, T. 2019. The shape of sound: A geometric morphometrics approach to laryngeal functional morphology. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. In press.

Sun, S., Miao, Z., Ratcliffe, B., Campbell, P., Pasch, B., El-Kassaby, Y.A., Balasundaram, B., Chen, C. 2018. SNP variable selection by generalized graph domination. 2018. PLoS One. 14: e0203242.

Riede, T., Borgard, H.L., & B. Pasch. 2017. Laryngeal airway reconstruction indicates rodent ultrasonic vocalizations are produced by an edge tone mechanism. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 170976.

Pasch, B., Tokuda, I.T., & T. Riede. 2017. Grasshopper mice employ distinct vocal production mechanisms in different social contexts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 84: 20171158.

Moore, E.S., Cleland, T.A. Williams, W.O., Peterson, C.M., Singh, B., Southard, T.L., Pasch, B., Labitt, R.N, & E.K. Daugherity. 2017. Phlebotomy via tail tip amputation performs comparably or superiorly to facial vein puncture or tail vein incision in physiological and behavioral metrics of pain and distress in C57BL/6 mice. Comparative Medicine 56: 1-11.

Mason, N. A., Pasch, B., Burns, K. J., & E. P. Derryberry. 2017. Integrating museum and media collections to study vocal ecology and evolution. pp. 57-74 in The Extended Specimen: Emerging Frontiers in Collections-Based Ornithological Research. (ed. M. S. Webster). Studies in Avian Biology. CRC Press.

Pasch, B., Sanford, R., & S.M. Phelps. 2016. Agonistic character displacement in social cognition of advertisement signals. Animal Cognition. 20: 267-273.

Shipley, J. R., Campbell, P., Searle, J. B., & B. Pasch. 2016.  Asymmetric energetic costs in reciprocal-cross hybrids between carnivorous mice (Onychomys). Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 3803-3809.

Pasch, B., Abbasi, M.Z., Wilson, M., Zhao, D., Searle, J. B., Webster, M. S., & A. N. Rice. 2016. Cross-fostering alters advertisement vocalizations of grasshopper mice (Onychomys): Evidence for the developmental stress hypothesis. Physiology & Behavior 157: 265-269.

Campbell, P., Pasch, B., Warren, A., & S. M. Phelps. 2014. Vocal ontogeny of Neotropical singing mice (Scotinomys). PLoS One. 9(12): e113628.

Monaghan, J.R., Stier, A.C., Michonneau, F., Smith, M.D., Pasch, B., Maden, M., & A.W. Seifert. 2014. Experimentally-induced metamorphosis in axolotls reduces regeneration rate and ability. Regeneration 1:2-14.

Pasch, B., B.M. Bolker, & S.M. Phelps. 2013. Interspecific dominance via vocal interactions mediates altitudinal zonation in Neotropical singing mice. American Naturalist. 182: E161-E173.

Pasch, B., & J. L. Pino. 2013. The cost of advertisement: Long-tailed weasels as potential acoustically-orienting predators of Neotropical singing mice. Southwestern Naturalist. 58(3): 320-324.

Hayssen, V., Miranda, F., & B. Pasch. 2012. Cyclopes didactylus. Mammalian Species. 44:895.

Seifert, A.W., Monaghan, J.R., Smith, M.D., Pasch, B., Michonneau, F., Stier, A.C., & M. Maden. 2012. The influence of fundamental traits on mechanisms controlling appendage regeneration. Biological Reviews. 87:330-345.

Pasch, B., George, A.S., Campbell, P., & S.M. Phelps. 2011. Androgen-dependent male vocal performance influences female preference in Neotropical singing mice. Animal Behaviour. 82: 177-183.

Pasch, B., George, A.S., Hamlin, H.J., Guillette, L.J., & S.M. Phelps. 2011. Androgens modulate song effort and aggression in Neotropical singing mice. Hormones and Behavior 59: 90-97.

Pasch, B., & J.L. Koprowski. 2011. Impacts of fire suppression on space use of Mexican fox squirrels. Journal of Mammalogy 92: 227-234.

Campbell, P., Pasch, B., Pino, J.L., Crino, O.L., Phillips, M., & S.M. Phelps. 2010. Geographic variation in the songs of Neotropical singing mice: testing the relative importance of drift and local adaptation. Evolution 64: 1955-1972.

Leonard, K.M., Pasch, B., & J.L. Koprowski. 2009. Sciurus pucheranii.  Mammalian Species 841: 1-4.

Pasch, B., & J.L. Koprowski. 2006. Sex differences in space use of Chiricahua fox squirrels. Journal of Mammalogy 87: 380-386.

Pasch, B., & J.L. Koprowski. 2006. Annual cycles in body mass and reproduction of Chiricahua fox squirrels. Southwestern Naturalist 51: 531-535.

Koprowski, J.L., Ramos-Lara, N., Pasch, B., & C. Zugmeyer. 2006. Observations on the ecology of the endemic Mearns’s Squirrel (Tamiasciurus mearnsi). Southwestern Naturalist 51: 426-430.

Pasch, B., & J.L. Koprowski. 2005. Correlates of vulnerability in Chiricahua fox squirrels. Pp. 426-428 in Connecting Mountain Islands and Desert Seas: Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archipelago II (G.J. Gottfried, B.S. Gebow, L.G. Eskew, and C.B. Edminster, eds.) Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Koprowski, J.L., Edelman, A., Pasch, B., & D. Buecher. 2005. A dearth of data on mammals of the Madrean Archipelago: What we think we know and what we do know. Pp. 412-415 in Connecting Mountain Islands and Desert Seas: Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archipelago II (G.J. Gottfried, B.S. Gebow, L.G. Eskew, and C.B. Edminster, eds.) Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, Colorado.

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