Luis Sandoval, Ph.D.
Luis Sandoval, Ph.D.
Escuela de Biología, Universidad de Costa Rica
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Cavity-nesting birds in Neotropical forests: Cavities as a potentially limiting resource
C Cornelius, K Cockle, N Politi, I Berkunsky, L Sandoval, V Ojeda, ...
Ornitologia Neotropical 19 (8), 253-268, 2008
Effect of urbanization on the avifauna in a tropical metropolitan area
E Biamonte, L Sandoval, E Chacón, G Barrantes
Landscape Ecology 26 (2), 183-194, 2011
Conceptual and statistical problems associated with the use of diversity indices in ecology
G Barrantes, L Sandoval
Revista de biología tropical 57 (3), 451-460, 2009
Lista oficial de la aves de Costa Rica 2006
G Obando-Calderón, L Sandoval, J Chaves-Campos, J Villarreal-Orias, ...
Zeledonia. Special, 1-70, 2007
Local predation pressure predicts the strength of mobbing responses in tropical birds
Current Zoology 58, 781-790, 2012
Urban noise influences vocalization structure in the House Wren Troglodytes aedon
P Redondo, G Barrantes, L Sandoval
Ibis 155 (3), 621-625, 2013
Relationship between species richness of excavator birds and cavity-adopters in seven tropical forests in Costa Rica
L Sandoval, G Barrantes
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121 (1), 75-81, 2009
Different vocal signals, but not prior experience, influence heterospecific from conspecific discrimination
L Sandoval, C Méndez, DJ Mennill
Animal Behaviour 85 (5), 907-915, 2013
A quantitative description of vocalizations and vocal behaviour of the Rusty-crowned Ground-Sparrow (Melozone kieneri)
L Sandoval, DJ Mennill
Ornitología Neotropical 25, 219-230, 2014
Recent records of new and rare bird species in Costa Rica
L Sandoval, C Sánchez, E Biamonte, JR Zook, JE Sánchez, D Martínez, ...
Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 130, 237-245, 2010
A test of the Acoustic Adaptation Hypothesis in three types of tropical forest: degradation of male and female Rufous-and-white Wren songs
BA Graham, L Sandoval, T Dabelsteen, DJ Mennill
Bioacoustics 26 (1), 37-61, 2017
Individual Distinctiveness in the Fine Structural Features and Repertoire Characteristics of the Songs of White‐eared Ground‐sparrows
L Sandoval, C Méndez, DJ Mennill
Ethology 120 (3), 275-286, 2014
Transmission characteristics of solo songs and duets in a neotropical thicket habitat specialist bird
L Sandoval, T Dabelsteen, DJ Mennill
Bioacoustics 24 (3), 289-306, 2015
Breeding biology of white-eared ground-sparrows (Melozone leucotis), with a description of a new nest type
L Sandoval, DJ Mennill
Ornitología Neotropical 23, 225-234, 2012
Vocal behaviour of White-eared Ground-sparrows (Melozone leucotis) during the breeding season: repertoires, diel variation, behavioural contexts, and individual distinctiveness
L Sandoval, C Méndez, DJ Mennill
Journal of Ornithology 157 (1), 1-12, 2016
Previously Unknown Food Items in the Diet of Six Neotropical Bird Species
L Sandoval, E Biamonte, A Solano-Ugalde
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120 (1), 214-216, 2008
Characteristics of male Spot-bellied Bobwhite (Colinus leucopogon) song during territory establishment
L Sandoval, G Barrantes
Journal of Ornithology 153, 547-554, 2012
Eavesdropping avoidance and sound propagation: the acoustic structure of soft song
LE Vargas-Castro, L Sandoval, WA Searcy
Animal Behaviour 134, 113-121, 2017
Description of the Nest and Eggs of the Black-cheeked Ant Tanager (Habia atrimaxillaris)
L Sandoval, A Gallo
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121 (3), 635-637, 2009
Nombres comunes de las aves de Costa Rica: significado y origen
L Sandoval
Revista de Filología y Lingüística de la Universidad de Costa Rica 32, 247-259, 2006
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