*Alumnos de licenciatura y posgrado o investigadores postdoctorales en el LABEC

**Alumnos o investigadores en estancias académicas en el LABEC


  1. Zasueta-Algara J**, JR Sosa-López, MC Arizmendi, AG Navarro-Sigüenza (2022) Structure and divergence of vocal traits in the Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 134:1-18 [Link]
  2. Quiroz M*, JR Sosa-López (2022) Vocal behaviour of Sclater´s Wrens, a duetting Neotropical songbird: repertoires, song structural traits, dawn chorus variation and song sharing. Journal of Ornithology 163:121-136 [Acceso gratis]


  1. Kavanagh E,…, JR Sosa-López et al. (2021) Dominance style is a key predictor of vocal use and evolution across nonhuman primates. Royal Society Open Science 8: 210873.
  2. Fernández Gómez RA*, JE Morales-Mavil JE, LT Hernández-Salazar, JR Sosa-López (2021) Asymmetric behavioural responses to divergent vocal signals in allopatric Neotropical sparrows. Animal Behaviour 174:41-50 [Link]
  3. MacGregor-Fors I, JF Escobar-Ibáñez, JE Schondube, (…) JR Sosa-López (2021) The urban contrast: A nationwide assessment of avian diversity in Mexican cities. Science of the Total Environment. 753:141915.


  1. Carral-Murieta CO, M García-Arroyo, OH Marín-Gómez**, JR Sosa-López (2020) Noisy environments: untangling the role of anthropogenic noise on bird species richness in a Neotropical city. Avian Research 11:32
  2. Marín-Gómez OH**, M García-Arroyo, CE Sámchez-Sarria, JR Sosa-López, D Santiago-Alarcon, I MacGregor-Fors (2020) Nighlife in the City: drivers of the occurrence and vocal activity of a tropical owl. Avian Research 11:9 [PDF] [Link]‐020‐00197‐7
  3. Demko A**, JR Sosa-López, RK Simpson, SM Doucet, DJ Mennill (2020) Divergence in plumage, voice, and morphology indicates speciation in Rufous-capped Warblers (Basileuterus rufifrons). The Auk: Ornithological Advances 137:1-20 [PDF] [Link] DOI: 10.1093/auk/ukaa029
  4. Ku-Peralta W*, AG Navarro-Sigüenza, L Sandoval, JR Sosa-López (2020) Geographic variation in the duets of the Rufous-naped Wrens complex (Campylorhynchus rufinucha). Auk: Ornithological Advances  137:1-14 [PDF] [Link]
  5. Fernández Gómez RA*, JE Morales-Mavil JE, JR Sosa-López (2020) Geographic variation and divergence of songs in Olive Sparrow species complex (Arremonops rufivirgatus). Journal of Field Ornithology 91:70-91 [PDF][Link
  6. Marín Gómez OH**, W Dáttilo W, JR Sosa-López, D Santiago-Alarcón, I MacGregor-Fors (2020) Where has the city choir gone? Loss of the temporal structure of bird dawn choruses in urban areas. Landscape and Urban Plannin194:103665 [Link]


  1. Demko AD**Sosa-López JR, and Mennill DJ (2019) Subspecies discrimination on the basis of acoustic signals: a playback experiment in a tropical songbird. Animal Behaviour 157: 77-85 [Link]


  1. Briseno-Jaramillo M*, Ramos-Fernández G, Palacios-Romo TM, Sosa-López JR, Lemasson A (2018) Age and social affinity effects on contact call interactions in free-ranging spider monkeysBehavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72:192 [Link]


  1. Sosa-López JR, Mennill DJ, Renton K (2017) Sexual differentiation and seasonal variation in response to conspecific and heterospecific acoustic signals.  Ethology 123:460-466. DOI: 10.1111/eth.12616 [PDF]
  2. González-García F**, Sosa-López JR, Ornelas JF, Jordano P, Rico-Gray P, Urios Moliner V (2017) Individual variation in the booming calls of captive Horned Guans (Oreophasis derbianus): an endangered Neotropical mountain birdBioacoustics 2: 185-198DOI: 10.1080/09524622.2016.1233513 [Link] [PDF]


  1. Celis-Murillo A, Benson TJ, Sosa-López JR, and Ward MP (2016) Nocturnal songs in a diurnal passerine: attracting mates or repelling intruders? Animal Behaviour 118:105-114 [Link] [PDF]
    • Artículo del mes en la revista Animal Behaviour [leer nota] y la revista popular de ciencia New Scientist escribió un reportaje que podrás leer aquí.
  1. Sosa-López JR, Martínez Gómez J, Mennill DJ (2016) Divergence in mating signals correlates with genetic distance and behavioural responses to playback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:306–318 [Link] [PDF]


  1. Sosa-López JR, Mennill D (2014) Continent-wide patterns of divergence in acoustic and morphological traits in the House Wren species complex. Auk: Ornithological Advances 131:41-54. [PDF] [Supplemental Material]
  2. Sosa-López JR, Mennill D (2014) The vocal behaviour of the Brown-throated Wren (Troglodytes brunneicollis): song structure, repertoires, sharing, syntax, and diel variation. Journal of Ornithology 155:435-446 [PDF] [Supplemental Material]
  3. Sosa-López JR, Mennill D (2014) Vocal behavior of the island-endemic Cozumel Wren (Troglodytes aedon beani): song structure, repertoires, and song sharing. Journal of Ornithology 155:337-346. [PDF]


  1. Sosa-López JR, Mennill D, Navarro-Sigüenza AG (2013) Geographic variation and the evolution of song in Mesoamerican rufous‐naped wrens cover(Campylorhynchus rufinucha). Journal of Avian Biology 44:27–38. [PDF] 
  1. Sosa-López JR, González C, Navarro-Sigüenza AG (2013) Vocal Geographic variation in Mesoamerican Common Bush Tanagers (Chlorospingus). Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125:24–33. [PDF]


  1. Sosa-López JR, Martinez-Gomez J, Mennill D (2012) Description of the nest, eggs, and parental behavior of the Clarion Wren (Troglodytes tanneri), a vulnerable island-endemic songbird. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:291–298. [PDF]