Publications in Scientific Journals (* = undergraduate student authors)

Temeles, E. J., *Liang, J., *Levy, M. C., Y-L Fan. 2019. Floral isolation and pollination in two hummingbird-pollinated plants: the roles of exploitation barriers and pollinator competition. Evolutionary Ecology 33:481-497.

Temeles, E. J. and G. A. Bishop*. 2019. A hurricane alters pollinator relationships and natural selection on an introduced island plant. Biotropica 51:129-138.

Temeles, E. J., *Mazzotta, A. R., A. Williamson. 2017. Resource partitioning by color in a tropical hummingbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 81:129.

Temeles, E. J., *Newman, J. T., *Newman, J. H., *Cho, S. Y., *Mazzotta, A. R., and W. J. Kress. 2016. Pollinator competition as a driver of floral divergence: an experimental test. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0146431. 

Temeles, E. J., *Rah, Y. J., *Andicoechea, J., *Byanova, K. L., *Giller, Geoffrey S. J., *Stolk, S. B., and W. J. Kress. 2013. Pollinator-mediated selection in a specialized hummingbird-Heliconia system in the Eastern Caribbean. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:347-356.

Gowda, V., Temeles, E. J., and W. J. Kress. 2012. Territory fidelity to nectar sources by Purple-throated Caribs, Eulampis jugularisThe Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:81-86.

Martén-Rodríguez, S., Kress, W. J., Temeles, E. J., and E. Mélendez-Ackerman. 2011. Plant-pollinator interactions and floral convergence in two species of Heliconia from the Caribbean islands. Oecologia 167:1075-1083.

Temeles, E. J., Miller, J. S., and J. L. Rifkin*. 2010. Evolution of sexual dimorphism in bill size and shape of hermit hummingbirds (Phaethornithinae): a role for ecological causation.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365:1053-1063.

Temeles, E. J. and W. J. Kress. 2010. Mate choice and mate competition by a tropical hummingbird at a floral resource. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277:1607-1613.

Temeles, E. J., Koulouris*, C. R., Sander*, S .E., and W. J. Kress. 2009. Effect of flower shape and size on foraging performance and trade-offs in a tropical hummingbird. Ecology 90:1147-1161.

Temeles, E. J., Shaw*, K. C., Kudla*, A. U., and S. E. Sander*. 2006. Traplining by purple-throated carib hummingbirds: behavioral responses to competition and nectar availability. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology61:163-172.

Temeles, E. J., Goldman*, R. S., and A. U. Kudla*. 2005. Foraging and territory economics of sexually-dimorphic Purple-throated Caribs, Eulampis jugularis, at three heliconias. Auk 122:187-204.

Temeles, E. J., Muir*, A. B., Slutsky*, E. B., and M. N. Vitousek*. 2004. Effect of food reductions on territorial behavior of Purple-throated Caribs, Eulampis jugularisCondor 106:691-695.

Temeles, E. J. and W. J. Kress. 2003. Adaptation in a plant-hummingbird association. Science 300:630-633.

Travers, S. E., Temeles, E. J., and I. L. Pan*. 2003. The relationship between nectar spur curvature in jewelweed (Impatiens capensis) and pollen removal by hummingbird pollinators. Canadian Journal of Botany 81:164-170.

Temeles, E. J., and I. L. Pan*. 2002. Effect of nectar robbery on phase duration, nectar volume, and pollination in a protandrous plant. International Journal of Plant Sciences 163:803-808.

Temeles, E. J., Linhart, Y. B., Masonjones, M., and H. D. Masonjones. 2002. The role of flower width in hummingbird bill length – flower length relationships. Biotropica 34:68-80.

Temeles, E. J. and A. G. Rankin*. 2000. Effect of the lower lip of Monarda didyma on pollen removal by hummingbirds. Canadian Journal of Botany 78:1164-1168.

Temeles, E. J., Pan*, I. L., Brennan*, J. L., and J. N. Horwitt*. 2000. Evidence for ecological causation of sexual dimorphism in a hummingbird. Science 289:441-443.

Smith*, C. E., Stevens*, J. T., Temeles, E. J., Ewald, P. W., Hebert, R. J., and R. L. Bonkovsky*. 1996. Effect of floral orifice width and shape on hummingbird-flower interactions. Oecologia 106:482-492.

Temeles, E. J. 1996. A new dimension to hummingbird – flower relationships. Oecologia   105:517-523.

Hurlbert*, A. H., Hosoi*, S. A., Temeles, E. J., and P. W. Ewald. 1996. Mobility of Impatiens capensis flowers: effect on pollen deposition and hummingbird foraging. Oecologia 105:243-246.

Temeles, E. J. 1994. The role of neighbours in territorial systems: when are they “dear enemies”? Animal Behaviour 47:339-350.

Carpenter, F. L., Hixon, M. A., Temeles, E. J., Russell, R. W., and D. C. Paton. 1993. Exploitative compensation by subordinate age-sex classes of migrant rufous hummingbirds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33:305-312.

Carpenter, F. L., Hixon, M. A., Russell, R. W., Paton, D. C., and E. J. Temeles. 1993. Interference asymmetries among age-sex classes of migrant rufous hummingbirds on refuelling stopovers. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33:297-304.

Temeles, E. J. and W. M. Roberts*. 1993. Effect of sexual dimorphism in bill length on foraging behavior: an experimental analysis of hummingbirds. Oecologia 94:87-94.

Grant, V., and E. J. Temeles. 1992. Foraging ability of rufous hummingbirds on hummingbird flowers and hawkmoth flowers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89:9400-9404.

Temeles, E. J. and T. I. Wellicome*. 1992. Weather-dependent kleptoparasitism and aggression in a raptor guild. Auk 109:920-923.

Carpenter, F. L., Hixon, M. A., Paton, D. C., Temeles, E. J., and R. W. Russell. 1991. Sexual differences in resource acquisition by migrant hummingbirds. Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici 2:1156-1165.

Temeles, E. J. 1990. Interspecific territoriality of northern harriers: the role of kleptoparasitism. Animal Behaviour 40:361-366.

Temeles, E. J. 1990. Northern harriers on feeding territories respond more aggressively to neighbors than to floaters. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 26:57-63.

Temeles, E. J. 1989. Effect of prey consumption on foraging activity of northern harriers. Auk 106:353-357.

Hedrick, A. V. and E. J. Temeles. 1989. The evolution of sexual dimorphism in animals: hypotheses and tests. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4:136-138.

Temeles, E. J. 1989. The effect of prey consumption on territorial defense by harriers: differential responses to neighbors versus floaters. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 24:239-243.

Temeles, E. J. 1987. The relative importance of prey availability and intruder pressure in feeding territory size regulation by harriers, Circus cyaneusOecologia 74:286-297.

Temeles, E. J. 1986. Reversed sexual size dimorphism: effect on resource defense and foraging behaviors of nonbreeding northern harriers. Auk 103:70-78.

Temeles, E. J. 1985. Sexual size dimorphism of bird-eating hawks: the effect of prey vulnerability. American Naturalist 125:485-499.


Publications in Popular Magazines

Temeles, E. J. 2015. Bathing beauty. Natural History Magazine 123(4):48.

Temeles, E. J. 2015. Say it with flowers. The Hummingbird Connection 11(1):9-11.

Temeles, E. J. 2002. All the right curves. Natural History Magazine 111(9):52-56.

Temeles, E. J. and P. W. Ewald. 1999. Fitting the bill?  Natural History Magazine 108(5):52-55.


Book Reviews

Temeles, E. J. 2006. The geographic mosaic of coevolution. Book Review. Auk 123:605-607.