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306. Bokhutlo, T., E.R. Cunha, and K.O. Winemiller. 2023. Inference of assembly mechanisms of fish communities in the Okavango Delta using joint species distribution models and trophic guilds. Open Journal of Ecology 13(7):497-515. DOI: 10.4236/oje.2023.137030 [PDF]

305. Andrade, M.C., M.A. Zuluaga-Gómez, R. Andrades, J. Conceição, O. Lisboa, K.O. Winemiller, and T. Giarrizzo. 2023. Food web structure in the Xingu River rapids prior to operation of the Amazon’s largest hydropower plant. Aquatic Sciences 85:74. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00027-023-00971-x [PDF]

304. Quintana Morales, Y., F.W. Keppeler, and K.O. Winemiller. 2023. Does invasion by armored catfish shift trophic ecology of native fishes? Evidence from stable isotope analysis. Ecology 104(5):e4024.  https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.4024 [PDF]

303. Winemiller, K.O., M.C. Andrade, C.C. Arantes, T. Bokhutlo, L.M. Bower, E.R. Cunha, F.W. Keppeler, E.O. López-Delgado, Y. Quintana Morales, D.E. Saenz, K.B. Mayes, C.R. Robertson. 2023. Can spatial food web subsidies associated with river hydrology and lateral connectivity be detected using stable isotopes? Food Webs 34:e00264.

302. Perkin, J.S., M.R. Acre, J.K. Ellard, A.W. Rodger, J. Trungale, K.O. Winemiller, and L.E. Yancy. 2023. Flow-recruitment relationships for Shoal Chub (Macrhybopsis hyostoma) and implications for managing environmental flows. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 43:1260-1275. https://doi.org/10.1002/nafm.10837 [PDF]

301. Cantanhêde, L., F. Barreto Teresa, K.O. Winemiller, D.J. Hoeinghaus, and L. Montag. 2023. Dark diversity in Amazonian stream fish communities. What factors determine species absence along environmental gradients? Freshwater Biology 68(1):1-11.

300. Smolensky, N.L., L.A. Fitzgerald, and K.O. Winemiller. 2023. Trophic ecology of African dwarf crocodiles (Osteolaemus spp.) in perennial and ephemeral aquatic habitats. Journal of Herpetology 57(1):60-69.  https://doi.org/10.1607/21-076 [PDF]

299. Roberts, H.C., M.R. Acre, D.J. Daugherty, M. Claus, F. Kappen, K.O. Winemiller, and J.S. Perkin. 2022. Tributary streams provide migratory fish with access to floodplain habitats in a regulated river: evidence from alligator gar, Atractosteus spatula. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 80:393-407. dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2022-0076 [PDF]

298. Wu, J., K.O. Winemiller, S. Wu, W. Xu, H. Chen, X. Wu, and B. Jin. 2022. Seasonal variation in dietary overlap between red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) and native species in Poyang Lake wetland, China. Frontiers in Environmental Science 10:923962.  https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2022.923962 [PDF]

297. Keppeler, F.W., M.C. Andrade, P.A.A Trindade, L.M Sousa, C.C Arantes, K.O. Winemiller, O.P. Jensen, and T. Giarrizzo. 2022. Early impacts of the largest Amazonian hydropower project on fish communities. Science of the Total Environment 838:155951. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.155951 [PDF]

296. Willis, S.C., D.E. Saenz, G. Wang, C.M. Hollenbeck, L.A. Rocha, D.S. Portnoy, J.J. Cai, and K.O. Winemiller. 2022. Osmoregulation in freshwaters: Gene expression in the gills of a Neotropical cichlid in contrasting pH and ionic environments. Conservation Genetics Resources 14:391-401.  doi.org/10.1007/s12686-022-01284-1 [PDF]

295. Oladimeji, T.E., I. Caballero, M.O. Awodiran, K.O. Winemiller, A. Adite, and L.A. Hurtado. 2022. Genetic differentiation among regional stocks of the African bonytongue, Heterotis niloticus (Osteoglossiformes: Arapaimidae), in Nigeria. Scientific Reports 12(1):8417. doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-12428-6 [PDF]

294. Angulo-Valencia, M.A., R.M. Dias, D.C. Alves, K.O. Winemiller, and A.A. Agostinho. 2022. Patterns of functional diversity of native and non-native fish species in a neotropical floodplain. Freshwater Biology 67:1301-1315. doi/10.1111/fwb.13918 [PDF]

293. Jin, B., K.O. Winemiller, D. Tickner, X. Wei, W. Ren, Q. Li, X. Gao, H. Zhang, P.S. Pompeu, M. Goichot, S-k. Wang, R. Shen, and X-p. Wu. 2022. Yangtze River at a crossroads: Basin-scale approach needed for fisheries restoration. Fish and Fisheries 23:1009-1015. doi/10.1111/faf.12657 [PDF]

292. Bokhutlo, T., F.W. Keppeler, and K.O. Winemiller. 2021. Seasonal hydrology influences energy channels in food webs of rivers in the lower Okavango Delta. Environmental Biology of Fishes 104:1303-1319 [PDF]

291. Pelegrin, N., L.J. Vitt, D.B. Fitzgerald, K.O. Winemiller, and E.R. Pianka. 2021. How do lizard niches conserve, diverge or converge? Further exploration of saurian evolutionary ecology. BMC Ecology and Evolution 21:149 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-021-01877-8 [PDF]

290. Saenz, D.E., T. Gu, Y. Ban, K.O. Winemiller, and M.R. Markham. 2021.Derived loss of signal complexity and signal plasticity in a genus of weakly electric fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 224. https://doi:10.1242/jeb.242400 [PDF

289. de Bem, J., J. Ribolli, C. Röpke, K.O. Winemiller, and E. Zaniboni-Filho. 2021. A cascade of dams affects fish spatial distributions and functional structure of local assemblages in a subtropical river. Neotropical Ichthyology 19(3). https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-0224-2020-0133 [PDF]

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287. Bower, L.M., D.E. Saenz, and K.O. Winemiller. 2021. Widespread convergence in stream fishes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, In press. [PDF]

286. Bokhutlo, T., E.R. Cunha, and K.O. Winemiller. 2021. Ephemeral habitat sustains high fish α and β-diversity during droughts in a subtropical semiarid wetland. Biotropica, In press.

285. Albert, J.S., G. Destouni, S.M. Duke-Sylvester, A.E. Magurran, T. Oberdorff, R.E. Reis, K.O. Winemiller, and W.J. Ripple. 2021. Scientists’ warning to humanity on freshwaters. Ambio 50:85-94. doi.org/10.1007/s13280-020-01318-8

284. Soria-Barreto, M., R. Rodiles-Hernández, C.G. Montaña, M.M. Castillo, and K.O. Winemiller. 2020. Seasonal variation in basal resources supporting fish biomass in longitudinal zones of the Usumacinta River Basin, southern Mexico. Marine and Freshwater Research 72:353-364. doi.org/10.1071/MF19341

283. Chea, R., T.K. Pool, M. Chevalier, P.B. Ngor, N. So, K.O. Winemiller, S. Lek, and G. Grenouillet. 2020. Seasonal hydrological variation and fish assemblage structure in Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake: abrupt shift following an extreme flood event. Ecosphere 11(12): e03303. [PDF]

282. Keppeler, F.W., K.O. Winemiller. 2020. Incorporating indirect pathways in body size-trophic position relationships. Oecologia 194:177-191.

281. Keppeler, F.W. and K.O. Winemiller. 2020. Can ancestry and morphology be used as surrogates for species niche relationships? Ecology and Evolution 10(3):6562-6578. [PDF]

280. Müller Rebelato, M., K.O. Winemiller, A.M. Durso, A.M. Tozetti, P. Barbosa de Camargo, and L. Verrastro. 2020. What do stable isotopes tell us about the trophic ecology of Thamnodynastes hypoconia (Serpentes: Dipsadidae) in southern Brazil? Zoology 141:125812. doi.org/10.1016/j.zool.2020.125812. [PDF]

279. Huckembeck, S., K.O. Winemiller, D. Loebmann, A.M. Garcia. 2020. Trophic structure of frog assemblages in coastal habitats in southern Brazil. Austral Ecology 45:977-989. [PDF]

278. Keppeler, F.W., C.G. Montaña-Schalk, and K.O. Winemiller. 2020. The relationship between trophic level and body size in fishes depends on functional traits. Ecological Monographs 90(4): e01415. https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ecm.1415. [PDF]

277. Sabaj, M.H., H. López-Fernández, S.C. Willis, D.D. Hemraj, D.C. Taphorn, and K.O. Winemiller. 2020. Cichla cataractae (Cichliformes: Cichlidae), new species of peacock bass from the Essequibo Basin, Guyana and Venezuela. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 167(1):69-86. [PDF]

276. Arbour, J.H., C.G. Montaña, K.O. Winemiller, A.A. Pease, M. Soria-Barreto, J.L. Cochran-Biederman, and H. López-Fernández. 2020. Macroevolutionary analyses indicate that repeated adaptive shifts towards predatory diets affect functional diversity in Neotropical cichlids. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129(4):844-861. [PDF]

275. Albert, J.S., G. Destouni, S.M. Duke-Sylvester, A.E. Magurran, T. Oberdorff, R.E. Reis, K.O. Winemiller, and W.J. Ripple. 2020. Scientists’ warning to humanity on freshwaters. Ambio, In press.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-020-01318-8

274. Thayer, A.W., A. Vargas, A.A. Castellanos, C.W. Lafon, B.A. McCarl, D.L. Roelke, K.O. Winemiller, and T.E. Lacher. Integrating agriculture and ecosystems to find suitable adaptations to climate change. Climate, 8(10): doi:10.3390/cli8010010. [PDF]

273. Montaña, C.G., C. Ou, F.W. Keppeler, and K.O. Winemiller. 2020. Functional and trophic diversity of fishes in the Mekong-3S river system: comparison of morphological and isotopic patterns. Environmental Biology of Fishes 103(2):185-200. [PDF]

272. López-Delgado, E.O., K.O. Winemiller, and F.A. Villa-Navarro. 2020. Local environmental factors influence beta diversity patterns of tropical fish assemblages more than spatial factors. Ecology 101(2): e02940. [PDF]

271. Keppeler, F.W., E.R. Cunha, and K.O. Winemiller. 2020. Variation in carbon and nitrogen isotopic ratios of fin and muscle tissues of longnose gar (Lepisosteus osseus) and smallmouth buffalo (Ictiobus bubalus). Journal of Applied Ichthyology 36(1):121-124. [PDF]

270. Bower, L.M. and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Intercontinental trends in functional and phylogenetic structure of stream fish assemblages. Ecology and Evolution 9(24):13862-13876. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.5823

269. Arantes, C.C., K.O. Winemiller, A. Asher, M. Petrere, L. Castello, C.E.C. Freitas, and L.L. Hess. 2019. Biomass distribution of fish functional diversity is related to land cover on the Amazon River floodplain. Scientific Reports (Nature) 9(16684):1-13. www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-52243-0.pdf

 268. Oberdorff, T., M.S. Dias, C. Jézéquel, J.S. Albert, C. Arantes, R. Bigorne, F.M. Carvajal-Valleros, A. De Wever, R.G. Frederico, M. Hidalgo, B. Hugueny, F. Leprieur, M. Maldonado, J. Maldonado-Ocampo, K. Martens, H. Ortega, J. Sarmiento, P.A. Tedesco, G. Torrente-Vilara, K.O. Winemiller, and J. Zuanon. 2019. Unexpected fish diversity gradients in the Amazon Basin. Science Advances 5(9), eaav8681. [PDF]

267. Bower, L.M. and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Fish assemblage convergence along stream environmental gradients: an intercontinental analysis. Ecography 42(10):1691-1702. [PDF]

266. Soria-Barreto, M., R. Rodiles-Hernández, and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Trophic ecomorphology of cichlid fishes of Selva Lacandona, Usumacinta, Mexico. Environmental Biology of Fishes 102(7):985-996. [PDF]

265. Giarrizzo, T., Andrade, M., Schmid, K., Winemiller, K., Ferreira, M., Pegado, T., Chelazzi, D., Cincinelli, A., and Fearnside, P. 2019. Amazonia: the new frontier for plastic pollution. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17(6):309-310. [PDF]

264. Arantes, C.C., D.B. Fitzgerald, D.J. Hoeinghaus, and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Impacts of hydroelectric dams on fish and fisheries in tropical rivers through the lens of functional traits. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 37:28-40. [PDF]

263. Moody, E.K., N.K. Lujan, K.A. Roach, and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Threshold elemental ratios and the temperature dependence of herbivory in fishes. Functional Ecology 33:913-923. [PDF]

262. McMeans, B.C., T. Kadoya, T.K. Pool, G. Holtgrieve, S. Lek, H. Kong, K.O. Winemiller, V. Elliott, N. Rooney, P. Laffaille, and K.S. McCann. 2019. Consumer trophic positions respond variably to seasonally fluctuating environments. Ecology 100(2):e02570.

261. Andrade, M., D.B. Fitzgerald, K.O. Winemiller, P.S. Barboza, and T. Giarrizzo. 2019. Trophic niche segregation among three serrasalmids from rapids of the lower Xingu River, Brazilian Amazon.Hydrobiologia 829:265-280. [PDF]

260. Cunha, E.R., K.O. Winemiller, J.C.B. da Silva, T.M. Lopes, L.C. Gomes, S.M. Thomaz, and A.A. Agostinho. 2019. α and β diversity of fishes in relation to a gradient of habitat structural complexity supports the role of environmental filtering in community assembly. Aquatic Sciences, In press.

259. Arantes, C.C., K.O. Winemiller, M. Petrere, and C.E.C. Freitas. 2019. Spatial variation in aquatic food webs in the Amazon River floodplain. Freshwater Science, In press.

258. Gao, X., M. Fujiwara, K.O. Winemiller, P. Lin, M. Li, and H. Liu. 2019. Regime shift in fish assemblage structure in the Yangtze River following construction of the Three Gorges Dam. Nature Scientific Reports 9:4212.  https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-389993-x [PDF]

257. Jin, B.-S., B. Shao, S. Li, H.-M. Qin, G. Ge, and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Variation in environmental conditions and fish assemblages in sub-lakes of the Poyang Lake floodplain, China. Fisheries Management and Ecology 26:131-140. [PDF]

256. Colvin, S.A.R., S.M.P. Sullivan, P.D. Shirey, R.W. Colvin, K.O. Winemiller, R.M. Hughes, K.D. Fausch, D.M. Infante, J.D. Olden, K.R. Bestgen, R.J. Danehy, and L. Eby. 2019. Headwater streams and wetlands are critical for sustaining fish, fisheries, and ecosystem services. Fisheries 44(2):73-91. [PDF]

255. Winemiller, K.O., D.C. Taphorn, L.C. Kelso-Winemiller, E.O. López, F.W. Keppeler, and C.G. Montaña. 2018. Fish metacommunity patterns in Caño Maraca, an important nursery habitat in the Western Llanos of Venezuela. Neotropical Ichthyology 16(4): e180074 [1-11].   DOI: 10.1590/1982-0024-20180074. [PDF]

254. López-Delgado, E.O., K.O. Winemiller, and F.A. Villa-Navarro. 2019. Do metacommunity theories explain spatial variation in fish assemblage structure in a pristine tropical river? Freshwater Biology 64:367-379. [PDF]

253. Montag, L., K.O. Winemiller, F.W. Keppeler, H. Leão, N.L. Benone, N.R. Torres, B.S. Prudente, T.O. Begot, L.M. Bower, D.E. Saenz, E.O. Lopez-Delgado, Y.Q. Morales, D.J. Hoeinghaus, L. Juen.  2019. Land cover, riparian zones, and instream habitat influence stream fish assemblages in the eastern Amazon. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 28:317-329. [PDF]

252. Bower, L.M., F.W. Keppeler, E.R. Cunha, Y. Quintana Morales, D.E. Saenz, E.O. Lopez-Delgado, T. Bokhutlo, C.C. Arantes, M.C. Andrade, C.R. Robertson, K.B. Mayes, and K.O. Winemiller. 2019. Effects of hydrology on fish diversity and assemblage structure in a Texan coastal plains river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 148:207-218. [PDF]

251. Röpke, C.P., T.H.S. Pires, K.O. Winemiller, D.F. Campos, D.de F. Wolf-Fex, C.P. Deus, and S. Amadio. 2019. Reproductive allocation by Amazon fishes in relation to feeding strategy and hydrology. Hydrobiologia 826:291-305. [PDF]

250.  Montag, L.F.A, H. Leão, N.L. Benone, C.S. Monteiro-Júnior, A.P.J. Faria, G. Nicácio, C. Ferreira, D. Garcia, C.R.M. Santos, P.S. Pompeu, K.O. Winemiller, L. Juen. 2019. Contrasting associations between habitat conditions and stream aquatic biodiversity in a forest reserve and its surrounding area in the Eastern Amazon. Hydrobiologia 826:263-277. [PDF]

249.  Andrade, M.C., K.O. Winemiller, A. Fortunati, D. Chelazzi, A. Cincinelli, P.S. Barbosa, and T. Giarrizzo. 2018. First account of plastic pollution impacting freshwater fishes in the Amazon: ingestion of plastic debris by piranhas and other serrasalmids with diverse feeding habits. Environmental Pollution 244:766-773. [PDF]

248.  de Souza e Silva Pegado, T., K. Schmid, K.O. Winemiller, D. Chelazzi, A. Cincinelli, L. Dei, T. Giarrizzo. 2018. First evidence of microplastic ingestion by fishes from the Amazon River estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin 133:814-821. [PDF]

247.  Grubh, A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2018. Spatiotemporal variation in wetland fish assemblages in the Western Ghats region of India. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 419, 35, https://doi.org/10.1051/kmae/2018023  [PDF]

246. Huckembeck, S., K.O. Winemiller, D. Loebmann, and A.M. Garcia. 2018. Trophic ecology of two sympatric frogs with contrasting morphology and habitat use in a subtropical wetland. Herpetologica 74:207-216. [PDF]

245. Fitzgerald, D.B., M.H. Sabaj-Perez, L.M. Sousa, A.P. Gonçalves, L.R. Py-Daniel, N.K. Lujan, J. Zuanon, K.O. Winemiller, and J.G. Lundberg. Diversity and community composition of rapids-dwelling fishes of the Xingu River: Implications for conservation amid large-scale hydroelectric development. Biological Conservation 222:104-112. [PDF]

244. Kaymak, N., K.O. Winemiller, S. Akin, Z. Altuner, F. Polat, and T. Dal. 2018. Spatial and temporal variation in food web structure of an impounded river in Anatolia. Marine and Freshwater Research 69:1453-1471. [PDF]

243. Pease, A.A., M. Mendoza-Carranza, K.O. Winemiller. 2018. Feeding ecology and ecomorphology of cichlid assemblages in a large Mesoamerican river delta. Environmental Biology of Fishes 101:867-879. [PDF]

242. Correa, S.B. and K.O. Winemiller. 2018. Terrestrial-aquatic trophic linkages support fish production in a tropical oligotrophic river. Oecologia 186:1069-1078. [PDF]

241. Arantes, C.C., K.O. Winemiller, M. Petrere, L. Castello, L.L. Hess, and C.E. Freitas. 2018. Relationships between forest cover and fish diversity in the Amazon River floodplain. Journal of Applied Ecology 55:386-395. [PDF]

240. Winemiller K.O. 2018. Trends in Biodiversity: Freshwater. Pp. 151-161 In: The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Volume 3, D.A. DellaSala and M.I. Goldstein, Editors, Elsevier, Oxford, UK; also published online as Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Science, Elsevier Science Direct.

239. Pianka, E.R., L.J. Vitt, N. Pelegrin, D.B. Fitzgerald, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017 (expected). Towards a periodic table of lizard niches, or exploring the lizard niche hypervolume. The American Naturalist, 190:601-616. [PDF]

238. Peterson, C.C., F.W. Keppeler, D.E. Saenz, L.M. Bower, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Seasonal variation in fish trophic networks in two clear-water streams in the Central Llanos region, Venezuela. Neotropical Ichthyology, 15(2), e160125. [PDF]

237. Fitzgerald, D.B., K.O. Winemiller, M.H. Sabaj Peréz, and L. Sousa. 2017. Using trophic structure to reveal patterns of trait-based community assembly across niche dimensions. Functional Ecology 31:1135-1144.  doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12838 [PDF]

236. Strictar Pereira, L., A.A. Agostinho, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Revisiting cannibalism in fishes. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27:499-513.  doi:10.1007/s11160-017-9469-y [PDF]

235. Strictar Pereira, L., F.W. Keppeler, A.A. Agostinho, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Is there a relationship between fish cannibalism and latitude or species richness? PLOS ONE 12(1): e0169813.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0169813 [PDF]

234. Röpke, C.P., S. Amadio, J. Zuanon, E. Ferreira, C. Pereira de Deus, T.H.S. Pires, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Simultaneous abrupt shifts in hydrology and fish assemblage structure in a floodplain lake in the central Amazon. Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group) 7:40170.  doi:10.1038/srep40170 [PDF]

233. Ou, C., C.G. Montaña, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Body size and trophic position relationships among fishes of the Lower Mekong Basin. Royal Society Open Science 4:160645. [PDF]

232. Vitule, J.R.S., A.A. Agostinho, V.M. Azevedo-Santos, V.S. Daga, W.R.T. Darwall, D.B. Fitzgerald, F.A. Frehse, D.J. Hoeinghaus, D.P. Lima Jr., A.L.B. Magalhães, M.L. Orsi, A.A. Padial, F.M. Pelicice, M. Petrere Jr., P.S. Pompeu, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. We need better understanding about functional diversity and vulnerability of tropical freshwater fishes. Biodiversity and Conservation 26(3):757-762. [PDF]

231. Schalk, C.M., C.G. Montaña, K.O. Winemiller, and L.A. Fitzgerald. 2017. Trophic plasticity, environmental gradients, and food web structure of tropical pond communities. Freshwater Biology 62:519-529. [PDF]

230. Bastos, R.F.; F. Corrêa, A.M. Garcia, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Are you what you eat? Effects of trophic discrimination factors on estimates of food assimilation and trophic position with a new estimation method. Ecological Indicators 75:234-241. [PDF]

229. Garcia, A.M., K.O. Winemiller, D.J. Hoeinghaus, M.C. Claudino, R. Bastos, F. Correa, S. Huckembeck, J. Vieira, D. Loebmann, P. Abreu, and C. Ducatti. 2017. Hydrologic pulsing promotes spatial connectivity and food web subsidies in a subtropical coastal ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series 567:17-28. [PDF]

228. Winemiller, K.O. 2017 (expected). Food web dynamics when divergent life history strategies respond to environmental variation differently: a fisheries ecology perspective. Food Webs: Science for Impact, edited by J. Moore, P. deRuiter, V. Wolters, and K. McCann, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, In press.

227. Scotti, M., M. Hartvig, K.O. Winemiller, Y. Li, F. Jauker, F. Jordán, C. Dormann. 2017 (expected). Trait-based and process-oriented modeling in ecological network dynamics. Food Webs: Science for Impact, edited by J. Moore, P. deRuiter, V. Wolters, and K. McCann, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, In press.

226. Fitzgerald, D.B., K.O. Winemiller, M.H. Sabaj Peréz, and L.M. Sousa. 2017. Seasonal changes in the assembly mechanisms structuring tropical fish communities. Ecology 98(1):21-31. [PDF]

225. Pizano-Torres, R.I., K.A. Roach, and K.O. Winemiller. 2017. Response of the fish assemblage to a saltwater barrier and paper mill effluent in the Lower Neches River (Texas) during drought. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 32(1):147-162 DOI: 10.1080/02705060.2016.1253622 [PDF]

224. Rodger, A.W., K.B. Mayes, and K.O. Winemiller. 2016. Larval fish abundance in relation to environmental variables in two Texas Gulf Coast rivers. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 31(4):625-640. [PDF]

223. Correa S.B., K.O. Winemiller, and D. Cárdenas. 2016. Isotopic variation among Amazonian floodplains woody plants and implications for food-web research. Biota Neotropica 16(2): e20150078. [PDF]

222. Ou, C. and K.O. Winemiller. 2016. Seasonal hydrology drives shifts in production sources supporting fishes in the Lower Mekong River Basin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:1342-1362. [PDF]

221. Rodger, A.W., K.B. Mayes, and K.O. Winemiller. 2016. Preliminary findings for a relationship between instream flow and Shoal Chub recruitment in the Lower Brazos River, Texas. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145:943-950. [PDF]

220. Bailly, D., F.A.S. Cassemiro, K.O. Winemiller, J.A. F. Diniz-Filho, and A.A. Agostinho. 2016. Diversity gradients of Neotropical freshwater fish: evidence of multiple underlying factors in human-modified systems. Journal of Biogeographym 43:1679-1689. [PDF]

219. Zuluaga Gómez, M.A., T. Giarrizzo, D.B. Fitzgerald, and K.O. Winemiller. 2016. Morphological and trophic diversity of fish assemblages in rapids of the Xingu River, a major Amazon tributary and region of endemism. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99(8):647-658. [PDF]

218. Possatto, F.E., M.K. Broadhurst, H.L. Spach, K.O. Winemiller, R.B. Millar, K.M. Santos, and M.R. Lamour. 2016. Mapping the temporal-spatial distribution of threatened batoids to improve conservation in a subtropical estuary. Journal of Fish Biology 89:1098-1104. [PDF]

217. Fitzgerald, D.B., M. Tobler, and K.O. Winemiller. 2016. From richer to poorer: successful invasion by freshwater fishes depends on species richness of donor and recipient basins. Global Change Biology 22(7):2440-2450. [PDF]

216. Röpke, C., S. Amadio, K.O. Winemiller, and J. Zuanon. 2016. Seasonal dynamics of the fish assemblage in a floodplain lake at the confluence of the Negro and Amazon rivers. Journal of Fish Biology 89:194-212. doi:10.1111/jfb.12791 [PDF]

215. Winemiller, K.O. and 39 coauthors. 2016. Balancing hydropower and biodiversity in the Amazon, Congo, and Mekong: Basin-scale planning is needed to minimize impacts in mega-diverse rivers. Science 351/6269:128-129. [PDF]

214. Winemiller, K.O., P. Humphries, B.J. Pusey. 2016. Protecting large apex predators. Pp. 361-398 In: Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. G. Closs, M. Krkosek and J.D. Olden, editors, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.

213. Gilbert, L.E., C. Christen, M. Altrichter, J.T. Longino, P.M. Sherman, R. Plowes, M. Swartz, K.O. Winemiller, J.A. Weghorst, A. Vega, P. Phillips, C. Vaughan, and M. Kappelle. 2015. Chapter 12, The Southern Pacific lowland evergreen moist forest of the Osa region. Pp. 360-411 In: Costa Rican Ecosystems, M. Kappelle, editor, University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

212. Willis, S.C., K.O. Winemiller, C.G. Montaña, J. Macrander, P. Reiss, I.P. Farias, and G. Ortí. 2015. Population genetics of the speckled peacock bass (Cichla temensis), South America’s most important inland sport fishery. Conservation Genetics 16:1345-1357. [PDF]

211. Labay, B.J., D.A. Hendrickson, A.E. Cohen, T.H. Bonner, R.S. King, L.J. Kleinsasser, G.W. Linam, and K.O. Winemiller. 2015. Can species distribution models aid bioassessment when reference sites are lacking? Tests based on freshwater fishes. Environmental Management 56:835-846. [PDF]

210. Akin, S. and K.O. Winemiller. 2015. Habitat use and diets of juvenile spot (Leiostomus xanthurus) and Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus) in a small estuary at Mad Island Marsh, Texas. Texas Journal of Science 64(1):3-31. [PDF]

209. Winemiller, K.O., D.B. Fitzgerald, L.M. Bower, and E.R. Pianka. 2015. Functional traits, convergent evolution, and periodic tables of niches. Ecology Letters 18:737-751. [PDF]

208. Roach, K.A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2015. Hydrologic regime and turbidity influence entrance of terrestrial material into river food webs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72:1099-1112. [PDF]

207. Pease, A.A., J.M. Taylor, K.O. Winemiller, and R.S. King. 2015. Ecoregional, catchment, and reach-scale environmental factors shape functional-trait structure of stream fish assemblages. Hydrobiologia 753:265-283. [PDF]

206. Kaymak, N., K.O. Winemiller, S. Akin, Z. Altuner, F. Polat, and T. Dal. 2015. Stable isotope analysis reveals relative influences of seasonal hydrologic variation and impoundment on assimilation of primary production sources by fish in the Upper Yesilırmak River, Turkey. Hydrobiologia 753:131-147. [PDF]

205. Montaña, C.G., C.A. Layman, and K.O. Winemiller. 2015. Species-area relationship within benthic habitat patches of a tropical floodplain river: an experimental test. Austral Ecology 40:331-336. [PDF]

204. Espínola, L.A., C.V. Minte-Vera, H.F. Júlio Junior, L.N. dos Santos, and K.O. Winemiller. 2015. Evaluation of factors associated with dynamics of Cichla ocellaris invasion of the Upper Paraná River floodplain system, Brazil. Marine and Freshwater Research 66:33-40. [PDF]

203. Souza, U.P., F.C. Ferreira, F.M. de Souza Braga, and K.O. Winemiller. 2015. Feeding and reproductive allocation of Astyanax intermedius (Characiformes, Characidae) in a headwater stream of the Atlantic Forest, Brazil. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 24:123-132. [PDF]

202. Winemiller, K.O., D.L. Roelke, J.B. Cotner, J.V. Montoya, L. Sanchez, M.M. Castillo, C.G. Montaña, and C.A. Layman. 2014. Top-down control of basal resources in a cyclically pulsing ecosystem. Ecological Monographs 84(4):621-635. [PDF]

201. Tobler, M., K. Roach, K.O. Winemiller, R.L. Morehouse, and M. Plath. 2014. Population structure, habitat use, and diet of giant waterbugs in a sulfidic cave. Southwestern Naturalist 58(4):420-426. [PDF]

200. Watkins, C.D., K.O. Winemiller, M.A. Mora, D. Bu, C.K. Chambliss, B.W. Brooks, and D. Phalen. 2014. Assessment of mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis, health indicators in relation to domestic wastewater discharges in suburbs of Houston, USA. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 93:13-18. [PDF]

199. Roach, K.A., K.O. Winemiller, and S.E. Davis, III. 2014. Autochthonous production in shallow littoral zones of five floodplain rivers: effects of flow, turbidity, and nutrients. Freshwater Biology 59:1278-1293 [PDF]

198. López Fernández, H., J. Arbour, S. Willis, C. Watkins, R.L. Honeycutt, and K.O. Winemiller. 2014. Morphology and efficiency of a specialized foraging behaviour, substrate sifting, in Neotropical cichlid fishes. PLOS One 9(3) e89832. [PDF]

197. Taylor, J., R. King, A. Pease, and K.O. Winemiller. 2014. Nonlinear response of stream ecosystem structure to low-level nutrient enrichment. Freshwater Biology 59:969-984. [PDF]

196. Montoya, J.V., D.A. Arrington, K.O. Winemiller. 2014. Seasonal and diel variation of shrimp (Crustacea, Decapoda) in littoral habitats of a tropical floodplain river. Journal of Natural History 48:557-574. [PDF]

195. Correa, S.B. and K.O. Winemiller. 2014. Flooding, fruiting phenology and resource partitioning among fishes in the Amazon. Ecology 95:210-224. [PDF]

194. Montaña, C.G., K.O. Winemiller, and A. Sutton. 2014. Intercontinental comparison of fish ecomorphology: null model tests of community assembly at the patch scale in rivers. Ecological Monographs 84:91-107. [PDF]

193. Hurtado, L.A., E. Carrera, A. Adite, and K.O. Winemiller. 2013. Genetic differentiation of a primitive teleost, the African bonytongue (Heterotis niloticus), among river basins and within a floodplain river system in Benin, West Africa. Journal of Fish Biology 83:682-690. [PDF]

192. Wang, Z., D. Huang, L. Xu, X. Lu, K.O. Winemiller, and G. Lei. 2013. Effects of hydrologic regulation on icefish population dynamics, species assemblages and fishery yield in Lake Nanyi, China. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22:637-644. [PDF]

191. Lujan, N.K., K.A. Roach,D. Jacobsen, K.O. Winemiller, V. Meza, V. Rimarachín, and J. Arana. 2013. Aquatic community structure and anthropogenic impacts across an Andes-to-Amazon fluvial gradient in Peru. Journal of Biogeography 40:1715-1728. [PDF]

190. Jackson, A.T., A. Adite, K.A. Roach, and K.O. Winemiller. 2013. Primary production, food web structure, and fish yields in constructed and natural wetlands in the floodplain of an African river. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70:543-553. [PDF]

189. Montaña, C.G. and K.O. Winemiller. 2013. Evolutionary convergence in Neotropical cichlids and Nearctic centrarchids: evidence from morphology, diet and stable isotope analysis. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109:146-164. [PDF]

188. López-Fernández, H., J.H. Arbour, K.O. Winemiller, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2013. Testing for ancient adaptive radiations in Neotropical cichlid fishes. Evolution 67:1321-1337. [PDF]

187. Jackson, A.T., A. Adite, K.A. Roach, and K.O. Winemiller. 2013. Fish assemblages of an African river floodplain: a test of alternative models of community structure. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22:295-306. [PDF]

186. Roach, K.A., N.F. Jacobsen, C.V. Fiorello, K.O. Winemiller, and A. Stronza. 2013. Gold mining and mercury bioaccumulation in a floodplain lake and main channel of the Tambopata River, Peru. Journal of Environmental Protection 4:51-60. [PDF]

185. Shafer, C.S., D. Scott, J. Baker, and K.O. Winemiller. 2013. Recreation and amenity values of urban stream corridors: implications for green infrastructure. Journal of Urban Design 18(4):478-493.

184. Cooperman, M., S. Nam, M. Arias, T. Cochrane, V. Elliot, T. Hand, L. Hannah, G. Holtgrieve, L. Kaufman, A. Koening, V. Kum, K. McCann, P. McIntyre, B. Min, C. Ou, N. Rooney, K. Rose, J. Sabo, and K. Winemiller. 2012. A watershed moment for the Mekong: New regulations may boost sustainability of the world’s largest inland fisheries. Cambodian Journal of Natural History 4:51-60. [PDF]

183. Lujan, N.K., K.O. Winemiller, and J.W. Armbruster. 2012. Trophic diversity in the evolution and community assembly of loricariid catfishes. BMC Evolutionary Biology12:124.  doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-124 [PDF]

182. Garcia, A.M., J.P. Vieira, K.O. Winemiller, L.E. Moraes, and E.T. Paes. 2012. Factoring scales of spatial and temporal variation in fish abundance and environmental correlates in a subtropical estuary.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 461:121-135. [PDF]

181. López Fernández, H., K.O. Winemiller, C. Montaña, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2012. Diet-morphology correlations in the radiation of South American geophagine cichlids (Perciformes: Cichlidae: Cichlinae). PLoS One 7(4):e33997 (14 pp.) [PDF]

180. Pease, A.A., A.A. González-Díaz, R. Rodiles-Hernández, and K.O. Winemiller. 2012. Functional diversity and trait-environment relationships of stream fish assemblages in a large tropical watershed. Freshwater Biology 57:1060-1075. [PDF]

179. Ou, C., C.G. Montaña, K.O. Winemiller, and K.W. Conway.  2011. Schistura diminuta, a new miniature loach from the Mekong River drainage of Cambodia (Teleostei: Nemacheilidae).Ichthyological Explorations of Freshwaters 22(3):193-200. [PDF]

178. Kristin Scharnweber, K., M. Plath, K.O. Winemiller, and M. Tobler. 2011. Dietary niche overlap in sympatric asexual and sexual livebearing fishes Poecilia spp. Journal of Fish Biology 79:1760-1773. [PDF]

177. Lujan, N.K., D.P. German, and K.O. Winemiller. 2011. Consumption and segregation of wood as a food resource by Neotropical catfishes (Siluriformes: Loricariidae). Functional Ecology25:1327-1338. [PDF]

176. Winemiller, K.O., S.C. Zeug, C.R. Robertson, B.K. Winemiller, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2011. Food web structure of coastal streams in Costa Rica revealed by dietary and stable isotope analyses.Journal of Tropical Ecology 27:463-476. [PDF]

175. Roach, K.A., M. Tobler, and K.O. Winemiller. 2011. Sulfur, bacteria, and fish – an unusual food chain. Ecology 92:2056-2062. [PDF]

174. Montaña, C.G., C.A. Layman, and K.O. Winemiller. 2011. Gape size influences seasonal patterns of piscivore diets in three Neotropical rivers. Neotropical Ichthyology 9:647-655.[PDF]

173. Hoeinghaus, D.J., A.M. Garcia, J.P. Vieira, C.S. Costa, C.E. Bemvenuti, and K.O. Winemiller. 2011. Estuary hydrogeomorphic characteristics affect carbon sources supporting aquatic consumers within and among ecological guilds. Hydrobiologia 673:79-92.  [PDF]

172. Pease, A.A., J.M. Taylor, K.O. Winemiller, and R.S. King. 2011. Multiscale environmental influences on fish assemblage structure in central Texas streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140:1409-1427. [PDF]

171. Roach, K. and K.O. Winemiller. 2011. Diurnal change of sandbank fish and shrimp assemblages in a temperate lowland river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140:84-90.  [PDF]

170. Carrera, E., M.A. Renshaw, K.O. Winemiller, and L.A. Hurtado. 2011. Isolation and characterization of nuclear-encoded microsatellite DNA primers for the African bonytongue, Heterotis niloticusConservation Genetic Resources 3(3):537-539. [PDF]

169. Montaña, C.G., S.K. Choudhary, and K.O. Winemiller. 2011. Compositional trends of fisheries in the Ganges River, Bhagalpur, India. Fisheries Management and Ecology 18:282-296. [PDF]

168. Winemiller, K.O. and S.C. Willis. 2011. Biogeography of the Casiquiare River and Vaupes Arch, Chapter 11. Pages 225-242 In: J.S. Albert and R.E. Reis, editors, Historical Biogeography of Neotropical Fishes. Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil Scientific Publishers, Munich, Germany. [PDF]

167. Winemiller, K.O., D.J. Hoeinghaus, A.A. Pease, P.C. Esselman, R.L. Honeycutt, D. Gbanaador, E. Carrera, and J. Payne. 2011. Stable isotope analysis reveals food web structure and watershed impacts along the fluvial gradient of a Mesoamerican river. River Research and Applications 27:791-803. [PDF]

166. Tobler, M., Z.W. Culumber, M. Plath, K.O. Winemiller, and G.G. Rosenthal. 2011. An indigenous religious ritual selects for resistance to a toxicant in a livebearing fish. Biology Letters 7(2):229–232. [PDF]

165. Winemiller, K.O. 2010. Preface: Stream fish communities from patch dynamics to intercontinental convergences. Pp. 23-28 in: K. Guido and D. Jackson, editors. Community Ecology of Stream Fishes: Concepts, Approaches and Techniques. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.

164. Dugan, P.J., C. Barlow, A.A. Agostinho, E. Baran, G.F. Cada, C. Daqing, I.G. Cowx, J.W. Ferguson, T. Jutagate, M. Mallen-Cooper, G. Marmulla, J.M. Nestler, M. Petrere, R.L. Welcomme, andK.O. Winemiller. 2010. Fish migration, dams, and loss of ecosystem services in the Mekong Basin. Ambio 39:344-348. [PDF]

163. López Fernández, H., K.O. Winemiller, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2010. Multilocus phylogeny and rapid radiations in Neotropical cichlid fishes (Perciformes: Cichlidae: Cichlinae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55(3):1070-1086. [PDF]

162. Cochran-Biederman, J.L. and K.O. Winemiller.  2010. Relationships among habitat, ecomorphology and diets of cichlids in the Bladen River, Belize. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88:143-152. [PDF]

161. Montaña, C.G. and K.O. Winemiller. 2010. Local-scale habitat influences morphological diversity of species assemblages of cichlid fishes in a tropical floodplain river. Ecology of Freshwater Fish19:216-227. [PDF]

160. Olden, J.D., M.J. Kennard, F. Leprieur, P.A. Tedesco, K.O. Winemiller, and E. García-Berthou. 2010. Conservation biogeography of freshwater fishes: recent progress and future challenges. Diversity and Distributions 16:496-513. [PDF]

159. Winemiller, K.O., A.S. Flecker, and D.J. Hoeinghaus. 2010. Patch dynamics and environmental heterogeneity in lotic ecosystems. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29:84-99. [PDF]

158. Humphries, P.L. and K.O. Winemiller. 2009. Historical impacts on river fauna, shifting baselines and challenges for restoration. BioScience 59:673-684. [PDF]

157. Roach, K.A., K.O. Winemiller, C.A. Layman, and S.C. Zeug. 2009. Consistent trophic patterns among fishes in lagoon and channel habitats of a tropical floodplain river: evidence from stable isotopes. Acta Oecologia 35:513-522. [PDF]

156. Montaña, C.G. and K.O. Winemiller. 2009. Comparative feeding ecology and habitats use of Crenicichla species (Perciformes: Cichlidae) in a Venezuelan floodplain river. Neotropical Ichthyology7(2):267-274. [PDF]

155. Hoeinghaus, D.J., A.A. Agostinho, L.C. Gomes, E.K. Okada, F.M. Pelicice, E.A.L. Kashiwaqui, J.D. Latini, and K.O. Winemiller. 2009. Effects of River Impoundment on Ecosystem Services of Large Tropical Rivers: Embodied Energy and Market Value of Artisanal Fisheries. Conservation Biology 23:1222-1231. [PDF]

154. Banasek-Richter, C., L.-F.Bersier, M.-F. Cattin, Y. Merz, R. Baltensperger, J.-P. Gabriel, R.E. Ulanowicz, A.F. Tavares, D.D.  Williams, P.C. de Ruiter, K.O. Winemiller, and R.E. Naisbit. 2009. Complexity in quantitative food webs. Ecology 90:1470-1477. [PDF]

153. Zeug, S.C., D. Peretti, and K.O. Winemiller. 2009. Movement into floodplain habitats by gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum) revealed by dietary and stable isotope analyses. Environmental Biology of Fishes 84:307-314. [PDF]

152. Schneider, K. and K.O. Winemiller. 2008. Structural complexity of woody debris patches influences fish and macroinvertebrate species richness in a temperate floodplain-river system. Hydrobiologia 610:235-244. [PDF]

151. Hoeinghaus, D.J., K.O. Winemiller, and A.A. Agostinho. 2008. Hydrogeomorphology and river impoundment affect food-chain length in diverse Neotropical food webs. Oikos 117:984-995. [PDF]

150. Winemiller, K.O., H. López Fernández, D.C. Taphorn, L.G. Nico, and A. Barbarino Duque. 2008. Fish assemblages of the Casiquiare River, a corridor and zoogeographic filter for dispersal between the Orinoco and Amazon basins. Journal of Biogeography 35:1551-1563. [PDF]

149. Zeug, S.C. and K.O. Winemiller. 2008. Evidence supporting the importance of terrestrial carbon in a large-river food web. Ecology 89(6):1733-1743. [PDF]

148. Akin, S. and K.O. Winemiller. 2008. Body size and trophic position in a temperate estuarine food web. Acta Oecologia 33:144-153. [PDF]

147. Zeug, S.C. and K.O. Winemiller. 2008. Relationships between hydrology, spatial heterogeneity, and fish recruitment dynamics in a temperate floodplain river. River Research and Applications, 24: 90–102. [PDF]

146. Robertson, C.R., S.C. Zeug, and K.O. Winemiller. 2008. Associations between hydrological connectivity and resource partitioning among sympatric gar species (Lepisosteidae) in a Texas river and associated oxbows. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17:119-129. [PDF]

145. Winemiller, K.O., A.A. Agostinho, and E. Pellegrini Caramaschi. 2008. “Chapter 5: Fish ecology in tropical streams”, Pages 107-146 in: Tropical Stream Ecology, D. Dudgeon, editor, Elsevier/Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

144. Zeug, S.C. and K.O. Winemiller. 2007. Ecological correlates of fish reproductive activity in floodplain rivers: a life history-based approach. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64:1291-1301. [PDF]

143. Correa, S.B., K.O. Winemiller, H. López-Fernández, and M. Galetti. 2007. Evolutionary Perspectives on Seed Consumption and Dispersal by Fishes. BioScience 57:748-756. [PDF]

142. Hoeinghaus, D.J, K.O. Winemiller, and A.A. Agostinho. 2007. Landscape-scale hydrologic features differentiate patterns of carbon flow in large-river food webs. Ecosystems 10:1019-1033. [PDF]

141. Birnbaum, J.S., K.O. Winemiller, L. Shen, C.L. Munster, B.P. Wilcox, and R.N. Wilkins. 2007. Associations of watershed vegetation and environmental variables with fish and crayfish assemblages in headwater streams of the Pedernales River, Texas. River Research and Applications 23:979-996. [PDF]

140. Winemiller, K.O., S. Akin, and S.C. Zeug. 2007. Production sources and food web structure of a temperate tidal estuary: integration of dietary and stable isotope data. Marine Ecology Progress Series 343:63-76. [PDF]

139. Jepsen, D.B. and K.O. Winemiller. 2007. Basin geochemistry and isotopic ratios of fishes and basal production sources in four neotropical rivers. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16:267-281. [PDF]

138. Rodriguez, M.A., K.O. Winemiller, W.M. Lewis, Jr., and D.C. Taphorn. 2007. The freshwater habitats, fishes, and fisheries of the Orinoco River Basin. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 10(2):140-152.
Reprinted as Chapter in: Freshwater Fishes, Their Biodiversity, Fisheries and Habitats: Health and Prospects, C.K. Minns and M. Munawar, editors, Ecovision World Monograph Series (2007). [PDF]

137. Winemiller, K.O. 2007. Interplay between scale, resolution, life history and food web properties. Pages 101-126 in: From Energetics to Ecosystems: The Dynamics and Structure of Ecological Systems, K. McCann, D. Noakes, and N. Rooney, editors. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. [PDF]

136. Garcia, A.M., D.J. Hoeinghaus, J.P. Vieira, and K.O. Winemiller. 2007. Isotopic variation of fishes in freshwater and estuarine zones of a large subtropical coastal lagoon. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 73:399-408. [PDF]

135. Hoeinghaus, D.J., K.O. Winemiller, and J.S. Birnbaum. 2007. Local and regional determinants of stream fish assemblage structure: inferences based on taxonomic vs. functional groups. Journal of Biogeography 34:324-338. [PDF]

134. Akin, S. and K.O. Winemiller. 2006. Seasonal variation in food web composition and structure in a temperate tidal estuary. Estuaries and Coasts 29(4): 552-567. [PDF]

133. Garcia, A.M., D.J. Hoeinghaus, J.P. Vieira, K.O. Winemiller, D.M.L. da Motta Marques & M.A. Bemvenuti. 2006. Preliminary examination of food web structure of Nicola Lake (Taim Hydrological Reserve, south Brazil) using dual C and N stable isotope analyses. Neotropical Ichthyology 4:279-284. [PDF]

132. Hoeinghaus, D.J., K.O. Winemiller, C.A. Layman, D.A. Arrington & D.B. Jepsen. 2006. Effects of seasonality and migratory prey on body condition of Cichla species in a tropical floodplain river. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15:398-407 [PDF]

131. Winemiller, K.O., J.V. Montoya, C.A. Layman, D.L. Roelke & J.B. Cotner. 2006. Seasonally varying impact of detritivorous fishes on the benthic ecology of a tropical floodplain river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1):250-262. [PDF]

130. Arrington, D.A. & K.O. Winemiller. 2006. Cyclical flood pulses, littoral habitats and species associations in a Neotropical floodplain river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1):126-141. [PDF]

129. Cotner, J.B., J.V. Montoya, D.L. Roelke & K.O. Winemiller. 2006. Seasonally variable riverine production in the Venezuelan llanos. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1):171-184. [PDF]

128. Montoya, J.V., D.L. Roelke, K.O. Winemiller, J.B. Cotner & J. Snider. 2006. Hydrological seasonality and benthic algal biomass in a Neotropical floodplain river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1):157-170. [PDF]

127. Roelke, D.L., J.B. Cotner, J.V. Montoya, C. Del Castillo, S.E. Davis, J. Snider, G. Gable & K.O. Winemiller. 2006. Optically determined sources of allochthonous organic matter and metabolic characterizations in a tropical oligotrophic river and associated lagoon. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1):185-197.[PDF]

126. Wantzen, K.M., A. Ramírez & K.O. Winemiller. 2006. New vistas in Neotropical stream ecology: Introduction to the special volume. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(1):61-65.[PDF]

125. Arrington, D.A., B.K. Davidson, K.O. Winemiller & C.A. Layman. 2006. Influence of life history and seasonal hydrology on lipid storage in three Neotropical fish species. Journal of Fish Biology 68:1-16. [PDF]

124. Welcomme, R.L., K.O. Winemiller & I.G. Cowx. 2006. FISH ENVIRONMENTAL GUILDS AS A TOOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF ECOLOGICAL CONDITION OF RIVERS. River Research and Applications 22:377-396. [PDF]

123. Adite, A., K.O. Winemiller & E.D. Fiogbe. 2006. Population structure and reproduction of the African bonytongue Heterotis niloticus in the Sô River-floodplain system (West Africa): implications for management. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15:30-39. [PDF]

122. Allan, J.D., R. Abell, Z. Hogan, C. Ravenga, B. Taylor, R. Welcomme & K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Overfishing of inland waters. BioScience 55: 1041-1051. [PDF] [cover photo]

121. Zeug, S.C., Winemiller, K.O. & S. Tarim. 2005. Response of Brazos River oxbow fish assemblages to patterns of hydrologic connectivity and environmental variability. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134: 1389-1399. [PDF]

120. Layman, C.A., R.B. Langerhans & K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Body size, not other morphological traits, characterizes cascading effects in fish assemblage composition following commercial netting. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 2802-2810. [PDF]

119. López-Fernández, H., R.L. Honeycutt, M.L.J. Stiassny & K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Morphology, molecules, and character congruence in the phylogeny of South American geophagine cichlids (Perciformes, Labroidei). Zoologica Scripta 34: 627-651. [PDF]

118. Akin, S., E. Buhan, K.O. Winemiller and H. Yilmaz. 2005. Fish assemblage structure of Koycegiz Lagoon estuary, Turkey: Spatial and temporal distribution patterns in relation to environmental variation. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 64: 671-684. [PDF]

117. Layman, C.A., K.O. Winemiller, D.A. Arrington, and D.B. Jepsen. 2005. Body size and trophic position in a diverse tropical food web. Ecology 86: 2530-2535. [PDF]

116. Layman, C.A. and K.O. Winemiller 2005. Patterns of habitat segregation among large fishes in a Neotropical floodplain river. Neotropical Ichthyology 3: 111-117.

115. Arrington, D.A., K.O. Winemiller, and C.A. Layman. 2005. Community assembly at the patch scale in a species rich tropical river. Oecologia 144: 157-167. [PDF]

114. Adite, A., K.O. Winemiller, and E.D. Fiogbe. 2005. Ontogenetic, seasonal, and spatial variation in the diet of Heterotis niloticus (Osteoglossiformes; Osteoglossidae) in the Sô River and Lake Hlan, Benin, West Africa. Environmental Biology of Fishes 73: 367-378. [PDF]

113. Winemiller, K.O. and C.A. Layman. 2005. Food web science: moving on the path from abstraction to prediction. Pages 10-23 in Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies Assemblages, Ecosystem Development and Environmental Change, P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore, editors. Elsevier, Amsterdam. [PDF]

112. Layman, C.A., K.O. Winemiller, and D.A. Arrington. 2005. Describing a Species-Rich River Food Web Using Stable Isotopes, Stomach Contents, and Functional Experiments. Pages 395-406 in Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies Assemblages, Ecosystem Development and Environmental Change, P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore, editors, Elsevier, Amsterdam. [PDF]

111. Scharler, U.M., F.D. Hulot, D.J. Baird, W.F. Cross, J. Culp, C.A. Layman, D. Raffaelli, M. Vos, and K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Central issues for aquatic food webs: from chemical cues to whole system responses. Pages 451-462 in: Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies Assemblages, Ecosystem Development and Environmental Change, P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore, editors, Elsevier, Amsterdam. [PDF]


109. de Ruiter, P.C., V. Wolters, J.C. Moore, and K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Food web ecology: playing Jenga and beyond. Science 309:68-309. [PDF]

108. Winemiller, K.O. 2005. Life history strategies, population regulation, and implications for fisheries management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62:872-885. [PDF]

107. National Research Council- Authors: G.E. Mallard, K.L. Dickson, T.B. Hardy, C. Hubbs, D.R. Maidment, J.B. Martin, P.F. McDowell, B.D. Richter, G.V. Wilkerson, K.O. Winemiller, and D.A. Woolhiser. 2005. The Science of Instream Flows: A review of the Texas Instream Flow Program. National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

106. Moyer, G.R., T.F. Turner, M.V. McPhee, and K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Historical demography, selection, and coalescence of mitochondrial and nuclear genes in Prochilodus species of northern South America. Evolution 59:599-610. [PDF]

105. Lopez Fernandez, H., R.L. Honeycutt, and K.O. Winemiller. 2005. Molecular phylogeny and evidence for an adaptive radiation of geophagine cichlids from South America (Perciformes: Labroidei). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 34:227-244. [PDF]

104. Willis, S.C., K.O. Winemiller, and H. López-Fernández. 2005. Habitat structural complexity and morphological diversity of fish assemblages in a Neotropical floodplain river. Oecologia 142:284-295. [PDF]

103. Arthington, A.H., K. Lorenzen, B.J. Pusey, R. Abell, A.S. Halls, K.O. Winemiller, D.A., Arrington, and E. Baran. 2004. River fisheries: ecological basis for management and conservation. Pages 21-60 in: R. Welcomme, and T. Petr, editors. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Management of Large Rivers for Fisheries Volume I. Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication 2004/16. [PDF]

102. Winemiller, K.O. 2004. Floodplain river food webs: generalizations and implications for fisheries management. Pages 285-309 in: R. Welcomme, and T. Petr, editors. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Management of Large Rivers for Fisheries Volume II. Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication 2004/16. [PDF]

101. Arrington, D.A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2004. Organization and maintenance of fish diversity in shallow waters of tropical floodplain rivers. Pages 25-36 in: R. Welcomme, and T. Petr, editors. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Management of Large Rivers for Fisheries Volume II. Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand. RAP Publication 2004/16.[PDF]

100. Garcia, A.M., J.P. Vieira, K.O. Winemiller, and M.B. Raseira. 2004. Reproductive cycle and spatiotemporal variation in abundance of the one-sided livebearer, Jenynsia mulitdentata, in Patos Lagoon, Brazil. Hydrobiologia 515: 39-48. [PDF]

99. Garcia, A.M., J.P. Vieira, K.O. Winemiller, and A.M. Grimm. 2004. Comparison of the 1982-1983 and 1997-1998 El Niño effects on the shallow-water fish assemblage of the Patos Lagoon estuary (Brazil). Estuaries 27:905-914. [PDF]

98. Grubh, A.R. and K.O. Winemiller. 2004. Ontogeny of scale feeding in the Asian glassfish, Chanda nama (Ambassidae). Copeia 2004(4):900-904. [PDF]

97. Novaes, J.L.C., E. Pellegrini-Caramaschi, and K.O. Winemiller. 2004. Feeding of Cichla monoculus Spix,1829 (Teleostei: Cichlidae) during and after reservoir formation in the Tocantins River, Central Brazil. Acta Limnologica Brasiliensis 16:41-49. [PDF]

96. Hoeinghaus, D.J., K.O. Winemiller, and D.C. Taphorn. 2004. Compositional change in fish assemblages along the Andean piedmont–Llanos floodplain gradient of the Río Portuguesa, Venezuela. Neotropical Ichthyology 2:85-92. [PDF]

95. Prasifka, J.R., K.M. Heinz, and K.O. Winemiller. 2004. Crop colonization, feeding and reproduction by the predatory beetle Hippodamia convergens as indicated by stable carbon isotope analysis. Ecological Entomology 29:226-233. [PDF]

94. Layman, C.A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2004. Size-based response of prey to piscivore exclusion in a species-rich Neotropical river. Ecology 85:1311-1320. [PDF]

93. Turner, T.F., M.V. McPhee, P. Campbell, and K.O. Winemiller. 2004. Phylogeography and intraspecific genetic variation of prochilodontid fishes endemic to rivers of northern South America. Journal of Fish Biology 64:186-201. [PDF]

92. Winemiller, K.O. and D.B. Jepsen. 2004. Migratory neotropical fish subsidize food webs of oligotrophic blackwater rivers. Pages 115-132 In: G.A. Polis, M.E. Power and G.R. Huxel, eds., Food Webs at the Landscape Level, University of Chicago Press, Chicago. [PDF]

91. Garcia, A.M., J.P. Vieira, K.O. Winemiller, and M.B. Raseira. 2003. Spatiotemporal variation in shallow-water freshwater fish distribution and abundance in a large subtropical coastal lagoon. Environmental Biology of Fishes 68:215-228. [PDF]

90. Lopez Fernandez, H. and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Morphological variation in Acestrorhynchus microlepis and A. Falcatus (Characiformes:  Acestrorhynchidae), reassessment of A. aspurensis and distribution of Acestrorhynchus in Venezuela. Icthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 14:193-208. [PDF]

89. Hoeinghaus, D.J, C.A. Layman, D.A. Arrington & K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Spatiotemporal variation in fish assemblage structure in tropical floodplain creeks. Environmental Biology of Fishes 67:379-387. [PDF]

88. Hoeinghaus, D.J., C.A. Layman, D.A. Arrington, and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Movement of Cichla species (Cichlidae) in a Venezuelan floodplain river. Neotropical Ichthyology 1:121-126. [PDF]

87. Robertson, M.S. and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Habitat Associations of Fishes in the Devils River, Texas. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:115-127. [PDF]

86. Arrington, D.A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Diel changeover in sandbank fish assemblages in a Neotropical floodplain river. Journal of Fish Biology 63:442-459. [PDF]

85. Barbarino Duque, A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Dietary segregation among large catfishes of the Apure and Arauca rivers, Venezuela. Journal of Fish Biology 63:410-427. [PDF]

84. Winemiller, K.O. and L.C. Kelso-Winemiller. 2003. Food habits of tilapiine cichlids of the Upper Zambezi River and floodplain during the descending phase of the hydrologic cycle. Journal of Fish Biology 63:120-128. [PDF]

83. Winemiller, K.O. 2003. Life history strategies of fishes. Pp. 106-107, In: G.C. Ray and G. Ray-McCormick,Coastal Realm Conservation: Science and Policy. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford. [PDF]

82. Garcia, A.M., J.P. Vieira, and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Effects of 1997–1998 El Ninõ on the dynamics of the shallow-water fish assemblage of the Patos Lagoon Estuary (Brazil). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 57:489-500. [PDF]

81. Bontempi, P., C. DelCastillo, D. Roelke, S. Davis, and K.O. Winemiller. 2003. Transformation of allochthonous dissolved organic carbon in a tropical blackwater river as measured by fluorescence analysis: application to foodweb ecology. SPIE Ocean Optics 16, 6 p. online publication. [PDF]

80. Akin, S.,K.O. Winemiller, and F.P. Gelwick. 2003. Seasonal and spatial variation in fish and macrocrustacean assemblage structure in Mad Island Marsh estuary, Texas. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56:1-14. [PDF]

79. Winemiller, K.O. and W.H. Dailey. 2002. Life History Strategies, Population Dynamics, and Consequences for Supplemental Stocking of Tarpon. Contributions in Marine Science 35:81-94. [PDF]

78. Arrington, D.A., K.O. Winemiller, W. Loftus, and S. Akin. 2002. How often do fishes “run on empty”? Ecology 83:2145-2151. [PDF]

77. Jepsen, D.B. and K.O. Winemiller. 2002. Structure of tropical river food webs revealed by stable isotope ratios. Oikos 96:46-55. [PDF]

76. Arrington, D.A. and K.O. Winemiller. 2002. Preservation effects on stable isotope analysis of fish muscle. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:337-342. [PDF]

75. Charnov, E.L, T.L. Turner, and K.O. Winemiller. 2001. Reproductive constraints and the evolution of life histories with indeterminate growth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 98:9460-9464. [PDF]

74. Garcia, A.M., J.P. Vieira, and K.O. Winemiller. 2001. Dynamics of the shallow-water fish assemblage of the Patos Lagoon estuary (Brazil) during cold and warm ENSO episodes. Journal of Fish Biology 59:1218-1238. [PDF]

73. Rose, K.R., J.H. Cowan, K.O. Winemiller, R.A. Myers, and R. Hilborn. 2001. Compensatory density-dependence in fish populations: importance, controversy, understanding, and prognosis. Fish and Fisheries 2:293-327. [PDF]

72. Winemiller, K.O. 2001. Ecology of peacock cichlids (Cichla spp.) in Venezuela. Journal of Aquariculture and Aquatic Sciences 9:93-112. [PDF]

71. Prasifka, J.R., K.M. Heinz, K.O. Winemiller, and D. Mott. 2001. Reproduction and crop colonization by the convergent lady beetle, Hippodamia convergens. Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conference 2:822-826. [PDF]

70. Poff, L., P. Angermeier, S. Cooper, P. Lake, K. Fausch, K.O. Winemiller, L. Mertes, F. Rahel, M. Oswood, and J. Reynolds. 2001. Climate change and stream fish diversity. Pp. 315-349, In: O.E. Sala, T. Chapin, and E. Huber-Sannwald, eds.,Future Scenarios of Global Biodiversity. Springer-Verlag, New York.

69. Winemiller, K.O., E.R. Pianka, L.J. Vitt, and A. Joern. 2001. Food web laws or niche theory? Six independent empirical tests. American Naturalist 158:193-199. [PDF]

68. Robertson, M.S. and K.O. Winemiller. 2001. Diet and growth of smallmouth bass in the Devils River, Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 46:216-221. [PDF]

67. Gelwick, F.P., S. Akin, D.A. Arrington, and K.O. Winemiller. 2001. Fish Assemblage Structure in Relation to Environmental Variation in a Texas Gulf Coastal Wetland. Estuaries 24:285-296. [PDF]

66. Garcia de Leon, F.J., L. Gonzalez-Garcia, J.M. Herrera-Castillo, K.O. Winemiller, and A. Banda-Valdes. 2001. Ecology of the alligator gar, Atractosteus spatula, in the Vincente Guerrero Reservoir, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 46:151-157. [PDF]

65. de Pinna, M.C.C. and K.O. Winemiller. 2000. A new species of Ammoglanis (Siluriformes, Trichomycteridae) from Venezuela. Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 11:255-264. [PDF]

64. Suzuki, H.I., A.A. Agostinho, and K.O. Winemiller. 2000. Relationship between oocyte morphology and reproductive strategy in loricariid catfishes of the Paraná River, Brazil. Journal of Fish Biology 56:791-807. [PDF]

63. Agostinho. A.A., S.M. Thomaz, C.V. Minte-Vera, and K.O. Winemiller. 2000. Biodiversity in the high Paraná River floodplain. pp. 89-118, In B. Gopal, W.J. Junk and J.A. Davis, eds., Wetlands Biodiversity, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands. [PDF]

62. López-Fernández, H. and K.O. Winemiller. 2000. A review of Venezuelan species of Hypophthalmus (Siluriformes: Pimelodidae). Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters 11:35-46. [PDF]

61. Winemiller, K.O., S. Tarim, D. Shormann, and J. B. Cotner. 2000. Fish Assemblage Structure in Relation to Environmental Variation among Brazos River Oxbow Lakes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129:451-468. [PDF]

60. Yodzis, P. and K.O. Winemiller. 1999. In search of operational trophospecies in a tropical aquatic food web. Oikos 87:327-340. [PDF]

59. Jepsen, D.B., K.O. Winemiller, D.C. Taphorn, D. Rodriguéz-Olarte. 1999. Age Structure and growth of peacock cichlids from rivers and reservoirs of Venezuela. Journal of Fish Biology 55:433-450. [PDF]

58. Winemiller, K.O. and D.B. Jepsen. 1998. Effects of seasonality and fish movement on tropical river food webs. Journal of Fish Biology 53 (Supplement A):267-296. [PDF]

57. McGuire, T.L. and K.O. Winemiller. 1998. Occurrence Patterns, Habitat Associations, and Potential Prey of the River Dolphin, Inia geoffrensis, in the Cinaruco River, Venezuela. Biotropica 30:625-638. [PDF]

56. Winemiller, K.O. and B.J. Ponwith. 1998. Comparative ecology of eleotrid fishes in Central American coastal streams. Environmental Biology of Fishes 53:373-384. [PDF]

55. Barbarino Duque, A., D.C. Taphorn, and K.O. Winemiller. 1998. Ecology of the coporo,Prochilodus mariae (Characiformes, Prochilodontidae), and status of annual migrations in western Venezuela. Environmental Biology of Fishes 53:33-46. [PDF]

54. Williams, J.D., K.O. Winemiller, D.C. Taphorn, and L. Balbas. 1998. Ecology and status of piscivores in Guri, an oligotrophic tropical reservoir. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:274-285. [PDF]

53. McGuire, T.L. and K.O. Winemiller. 1998. El delfín del río y su ecología en el río Cinaruco. Natura 109:49-56.

52. Jepsen, D.B., K.O. Winemiller, and D.C. Taphorn. 1997. Temporal patterns of resource partitioning among Cichla species in a Venezuelan black-water river. Journal of Fish Biology 51:1085-1108.[PDF]

51. Moriarty, L.J. and K.O. Winemiller. 1997. Spatial and temporal variation in fish assemblage structure in Village Creek, Hardin County, Texas. Texas Journal of Science 49(3) Supplement:85-110.[PDF]

50. Winemiller, K.O., D.C. Taphorn, and A. Barbarino Duque. 1997. The ecology of Cichla (Cichlidae) in two blackwater rivers of southern Venezuela. Copeia 1997:690-696. [PDF]

49. Winemiller, K.O. and A.A. Anderson. 1997. Response of endangered desert fish populations to a constructed refuge. Restoration Ecology 5:1-9. [PDF]

48. Valdes Cantu, N.E. and K.O. Winemiller. 1997. Structure and habitat associations of Devil’s River fish assemblages. Southwestern Naturalist 42:265-278. [PDF]

47. Adite, A. and K.O. Winemiller. 1997. Trophic ecology and ecomorphology of fish assemblages in coastal lakes of Benin, West Africa. Ecoscience 4:6-23. [PDF]

46. Winemiller, K.O. and A. Adite. 1997. Convergent evolution of weakly-electric fishes from floodplain habitats in Africa and South America. Environmental Biology of Fishes 49:175-186. [PDF]

45. Peterson, C.C. and K.O. Winemiller. 1997. Ontogenetic diet shifts and scale-eating in Roeboides dayi, a Neotropical characid. Environmental Biology of Fishes 49:111-118. [PDF]

44. Winemiller, K.O. and L.C. Kelso-Winemiller. 1996. Comparative ecology of catfishes of the Upper Zambezi River floodplain. Journal of Fish Biology 49:1043-1061. [PDF]

43. Winemiller, K.O. 1996. Dynamic Diversity in Fish Assemblages of Tropical Rivers. pp. 99-134, In: M.L. Cody and J.A. Smallwood, eds. Long-term Studies of Vertebrate Communities. Academic Press, Orlando, Florida. [PDF]

42. Winemiller, K.O., C. Marrero, and D.C. Taphorn. 1996. Perturbaciones causadas por el hombre a las poblaciones de peces de los llanos y del piedemonte Andino de Venezuela. Biollania (Venezuela) 12:13-48. [PDF]

41. Sabo, M.J., E.J. Pert, and K.O. Winemiller. 1996. Agonistic behavior of juvenile largemouth bass and smallmouth bass. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 11:115-118. [PDF]

40. Winemiller, K.O. 1996. Factors driving spatial and temporal variation in aquatic floodplain food webs. pp. 298-312, In: G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller, eds. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman and Hall, New York. [PDF]

39. Winemiller, K.O. and G.A. Polis. 1996. Food webs: What can they tell us about the world? pp. 1-22, In: G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller, eds. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman and Hall, New York. [PDF]

38. Polis, G.A. and K.O. Winemiller, Eds. 1996. Food Webs: Integration of patterns and dynamics. Chapman and Hall, New York. 475 pp.

37. Polis, G.A., R.D. Holt, B.A. Menge, and K.O. Winemiller. 1996. Temporal and spatial components of food webs. pp. 435-460, In: G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller, eds. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman and Hall, New York. [PDF]

36. Winemiller, K.O. 1995. Aspects Structurels Et Fonctionnels De La Biodiversité Des Peuplements De Poissons. Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Pisciculture 337/338/339:23-45. [PDF]

35. Anderson, A.A., C. Hubbs, K.O. Winemiller, and R.J. Edwards. 1995. Texas freshwater fish assemblages following three decades of environmental change. Southwest Naturalist 40(3):314-321.[PDF]

34. Winemiller, K.O., L.C. Kelso-Winemiller, and A.L. Brenkert. 1995. Ecomorphological diversification and convergence in fluvial cichlid fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 44:235-261. [reprinted in the book: 1995, Ecomorphology of Fishes, P. Motta, J. Luckzovich, S. Norton, and K. Liem, editors, Junk, The Hague, The Netherlands] [PDF]

33. Winemiller, K.O. 1995. Fish ecology. pp. 49-65. In: W.A. Nierenberg, ed.,Encyclopedia of environmental biology, vol. 2. Academic Press, San Diego. [PDF]

32. Winemiller, K.O. and L.C. Kelso-Winemiller. 1994. Comparative ecology of the African pike, Hepsetus odoe, and tigerfish, Hydrocynus forskahlii, in the Zambezi River floodplain. Journal of Fish Biology 45:211-225. [PDF]

31. Neill, W.H., J.M. Miller, H.W. Van der Veer and K.O. Winemiller. 1994. Ecophysiology of marine fish recruitment: a conceptual framework for understanding interannual variability. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research 32:135-152. [PDF]

30. Marrero, C. and K.O. Winemiller. 1993. Tube-snouted gymnotiform and mormyriform fishes: convergence of a specialized foraging mode in teleosts. Environmental Biology of Fishes 38:299-309.[PDF]

29. Winemiller, K.O. 1993. Seasonality of reproduction by livebearing fishes in tropical rainforest streams. Oecologia 95:266-276. [PDF]

28. Winemiller, K.O. and K.A. Rose. 1993. Why do most fish produce so many tiny offspring? American Naturalist 142:585-603. [PDF]

27. Winemiller, K.O. and L.C. Kelso-Winemiller. 1993. Fin-nipping Piranhas. National Geographic Research 9:344-357. [PDF]

26. Van Winkle, W., K.A. Rose, K.O. Winemiller, D.L. DeAngelis, S.W. Christensen, R.G. Otto, and B.J. Shuter. 1993. Linking life history theory, environmental setting, and individual–based modeling to compare responses of different fish species to environmental change. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 122:459-466. [PDF]

25. Winemiller, K.O. and L.C. Kelso-Winemiller. 1993. Description of a new Neolebias (Pisces; Distichodontidae) from the Upper Zambezi drainage of Zambia. Copeia 1993:112-116. [PDF]

24. Winemiller, K.O. and K.A. Rose. 1992. Patterns of life-history diversification in North American fishes: implications for population regulation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49:2196-2218. [PDF]

23. Winemiller, K.O. 1992. Ecological divergence and convergence in freshwater fishes. National Geographic Research 8:308-327. [PDF]

22. Winemiller, K.O. and M.A. Leslie. 1992. Fish assemblages across a complex freshwater-marine ecotone. Environmental Biology of Fishes 34:29-50. [PDF]

21. Winemiller, K.O. 1992. Life history strategies and the effectiveness of sexual selection. Oikos 62:318-327. [PDF]

20. Winemiller, K.O. 1991. Ecomorphological diversification of freshwater fish assemblages from five biotic regions. Ecological Monographs 61:343-365. [PDF]

19. Winemiller, K.O. 1991. Comparative ecology of Serranochromis species (Teleostei: Cichlidae) in the Upper Zambezi River. Journal of Fish Biology 39:617-639. [PDF]

18.  Winemiller, K.O. and L.C. Kelso-Winemiller. 1991. Serranochromis altus, a New Species of Piscivorous Cichlid (Teleostei: Perciformes) from the Upper Zambezi River. Copeia 1991:673-684.[PDF]

17. Winemiller, K.O., M.A. Leslie, and R. Roche. 1990. Phenotypic variation in male guppies from natural inland populations:  an additional test of Haskins’ sexual selection/predation hypothesis. Environmental Biology of Fishes 29:179-191. [PDF]

16. Winemiller, K.O. 1990. Spatial and temporal variation in tropical fish trophic networks. Ecological Monographs 60:331-367. [PDF]

15. Winemiller, K.O. and E.R. Pianka. 1990. Organization in natural assemblages of desert lizards and tropical fishes. Ecological Monographs 60:27-55. [PDF]

14. Winemiller, K.O. 1990.Caudal eyespots as deterrents against fin predation in the neotropical cichlid Astronotus ocellatus. Copeia 1990:665-673. [PDF]

13. Winemiller, K.O. and B.M. Winsborough. 1990. Occurrence of epizoic communities on the parasitic copepod, Lernaea carassii (LERNAEIDAE). Southwestern Naturalist 35:206-210. [PDF]

12. Winemiller, K.O. 1989. Must connectance decrease with species richness? American Naturalist 134:960-968. [PDF]

11. Winemiller, K.O. and D.C. Taphorn. 1989. La evolución de las estrategias de la vida en los peces de los llanos occidentales de Venezuela. Biollania 6:77-122. [PDF]

10. Winemiller, K.O. and N.E. Morales. 1989. Comunidades de peces del Parque Nacional Corcovado luego del cese de las actividades mineras. Brenesia (Costa Rica) 31:75-91. [PDF]

9. Winemiller, K.O. 1989. Patterns of variation in life history among South American fishes in seasonal environments. Oecologia 81:225-241. [PDF]

8. Winemiller, K.O. 1989. Ontogenetic diet shifts and resource partitioning among piscivorous fishes in the Venezuelan llanos. Environmental Biology of Fishes 26:177-199. [PDF]

7. Winemiller, K.O. 1989. Development of dermal lip protuberances for aquatic surface respiration in South American characid fishes. Copeia 1989:382-390. [PDF]

6. Winemiller, K.O. and H. Y. Yan. 1989. Obligate mucus feeding in a South American trichomycterid catfish (Pisces: Ostariophysi). Copeia 1989:511-514. [PDF]

5. Winemiller, K.O. 1987. Feeding and reproductive biology of the currito, Hoplosternum littorale, in the Venezuelan llanos with comments on the possible function of the enlarged male pectoral spines. Environmental Biology of Fishes 20:219-227. [PDF]

4. Winemiller, K.O. and D.H. Taylor. 1987. Predatory Behavior and Competition Among Laboratory-housed Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass. American Midland Naturalist 117:148-166. [PDF]

3. Winemiller, K.O. 1983. An introduction to the freshwater fish communities of Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica. Brenesia (Costa Rica) 21:47-66. [PDF]

2. Winemiller, K.O. and D.H. Taylor. 1982. Smallmouth bass nesting behavior and nest site selection in a small Ohio stream. Ohio Journal of Science 82:266-273. [PDF]

1. Winemiller, K.O. and D.H. Taylor.1982. Inbreeding depression in the convict cichlid, Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum (Baird and Girard). Journal of Fish Biology 21:399-402. [PDF]

Book Reviews

1998. The Catfish Connection: Ecology, Migration, and Conservation of Amazon Predators. Ecoscience 5:282-283.

1995. Chronicling Changing Biological Diversity (essay & review of A Complete Guide to the Freshwater Fishes of Southern Africa. Environmental Biology of Fishes 45:211-213.

1994. The Evolution of Life Histories. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 123:835-836.

1984. Costa Rican Natural History. Copeia 1984:276-278.

Technical, Project Reports

King, R.S., K.O. Winemiller, J.M. Taylor, J.A. Black, and A.A. Pease. 2009. Development of Biological Indicators of Nutrient Enrichment for Application in Texas Streams. Final Report to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, §106 Water Pollution Control Grant #98665304. 104 pp. PDF.

Winemiller, K.O., A. Chin, S.E. Davis, D.L. Roelke, L.M. Romero, and B.P. Wilcox. 2005. Summary Report Supporting the Development of Flow Recommendations for the Stretch of Big Cypress Creek below Lake O’ the Pines Dam. Final Project Report to the Caddo Lake Institute and The Nature Conservancy. Summary ReportAnnotated bibliographyAppendix

Winemiller, K.O., T. Bonner, F.P. Gelwick, S. Zeug, and C. Williams. 2004. Response of Oxbow Lake Biota to Hydrologic Exchanges with the Brazos River Channel. Final Project (2003-483-493, 2003-483-003) Report to the Texas Water Development Board.

Winemiller, K.O., C. Munster, N. Wilkins, B. Wilcox , J. Birnbaum, R. Eyeington, L. Shen, Y. Suharnoto, J.C. Cathey, K. Craig, R. Griffith, R. Lacewell, A. Jones. 2005. Response of Stream and Riparian Biota of the Pedernales River Basin to Variation in Landscape Features and Vegetation Cover. Report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Worth Worth District.

Winemiller, K.O. May 2003. Biological monitoring of San Felipe Creek during construction of new water treatment facility for the City of Del Rio. Final Project Report to City of Del Rio, Texas Water Development Board, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Winemiller, K.O., D.A. Arrington, and R.N. Wilkins. 2002. Aquatic Biota Responses to Alternative Brush Management Scenarios. Report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Worth Worth District.

Winemiller, K.O. and F.P. Gelwick. 1998. Assessment of Ecological Integrity of Streams in the Brazos-Navasota River Watershed based on Biotic Indicators. Report to Brazos River Authority and Natural Resource Conservation Service (USDA).

Bussing, W., Winemiller, K.O., Lopez, M., Bolaños, F., Sasa, M., Donnelly, M., Savage, J., Guyer, C., Solorzano, A., Araya, M., Barrantes, G., Blake, J., Hernández, D., Joyce, F., Loiselle, B., Pereira, A., Mora, J.M., Rodriguez, B., Collado, L.M., Saenz, J., Salazar, J., Vega, V.A. and Yates, T. 1996. An inventory of the vertebrate fauna of the Guanacaste Conservation Area. 123pp.

Winemiller, K.O. and A.A. Anderson. 1995. Status of Cyprinodon elegans and Gambusia nobilis in the Phantom Lake Springs Refuge. Report to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Winemiller, K.O., W.A. Bussing, M. Lopez. 1995. An Inventory of the Vertebrate Fauna of the Guanacaste Conservation Area (Ichthyofauna). Report to Institutuo Nacional de Biodiversidad, San José, Costa Rica.

Winemiller, K.O. and A.A. Anderson. 1993, 1994. Progress Report for Phantom Springs Refuge Monitoring. Report to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region, Salt Lake, Utah.

Winemiller, K.O. 1994. Final Report on the NSF-Funded Workshop, Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Report to the National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia.

Winemiller, K.O. 1993. Final Report on the NSF-Funded Symposium/Workshop, Fish Ecology in Latin America. Report to the National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia.

Barbarino Duque, A. and K.O. Winemiller. 1993. Results of Preliminary Investigation of the Current Status of Pavón Populations in the Río Pasimoni, Edo. Amazonas. Report to the Ministerio de Ambiente y Recursos Naturales Renovables of the Republic of Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela.