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Schneider-Crease, I.A., Griffin, R.H., Gomery, M.A., Bergman, T.J., and J.C. Beehner. 2017. High mortality associated with parasitism in geladas (Theropithecus gelada) in the Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. American Journal of Primatology, 79(9). pdf

Schneider-Crease, I.A., Griffin, R.H., Dorny, P., Noh, J.C., Handali, S., Chastain, H.M., Wilkins, P.P., Nunn, C.L., Snyder-Mackler, N., Beehner, J.C., and T.J. Bergman. 2017. Identifying wildlife reservoirs of neglected taeniid tapeworms: non-invasive diagnosis of endemic Taenia serialis infection in wild primates. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11(7): p.e0005709. pdf

Griffin, R.H., and G.S. Yapunich. 2017. A critical comment on the ‘multiple variance Brownian motion’model of Smaers et al. (2016). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 121(1): 223-228. pdf

Reiskind, M., Griffin, R.H., Janairo, M.S., and K.A. Hopperstad. 2016. Mosquitoes of Field and Forest: The Scale of Habitat Segregation in a Diverse Mosquito Assemblage. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 31(1): 44-54. pdf

Griffin, R.H., and G.S. Yapuncich. 2015. The Independent Evolution method is not a viable phylogenetic comparative method. PLoS ONE 10(12):e0144147. pdf

Coburn, R.A., Griffin, R.H., & S.D. Smith. 2015. Genetic basis for a rare floral mutant in an Andean species of Solanaceae. American Journal of Botany 102(2):264-272. pdf

Young, H., Griffin, R., Wood, C.L., and Nunn, C.L. 2013. Does habitat disturbance increase infectious disease risk for primates? Ecology Letters, 16(5): 656-663. pdf

Cooper, N., Griffin, R., Franz, M., Omotayo, M., and Nunn, C.L. 2012. Phylogenetic host specificity and understanding parasite sharing in primates. Ecology Letters 15(12): 1370-77. pdf and Science Daily press release

Griffin, R.H., Matthews, L.J., and Nunn, C.L. 2012. Evolutionary Disequilibrium and Activity Period in Primates: A Bayesian Phylogenetic Approach. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 147:409-416. pdf

Griffin, R.H. and Nunn, C.L. 2011. Community structure and the spread of infectious disease in primate social networks. Evolutionary Ecology 26(4):779-800. pdf