expanding the science of river ecology

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Bogotá-Gregory, J.D., Lima, F. C. T., Correa S.B., Silva-Oliveira, C., Jenkins, D. G., Ribeiro, F. R., Lovejoy, N. R., Reis, R. E., Crampton, W. G. R. 2020. Ecosystem productivity influences biomass, species richness and community composition in megadiverse Amazonian fish assemblages. Scientific Reports 10: 15349.  (doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-72349-0). 
  2. Santos, J., Correa S.B., Boudreau M. R., Carvalho, L. N. 2020. Differential ontogenetic effects of gut passage through fish on seed germination. Acta Oecologica 108: 103628 (doi.org/10.1016/j.actao.2020.103628).
  3. Araujo, J. C., Correa S.B., Anderson, J., Penha, J. 2020. Fruit preferences by fishes in a Neotropical floodplain. Biotropica 52: 1131–1141.
  4. Correa S.B. Fish frugivory in Neotropical wetlands: past, present and future of a unique interaction. Special issue: Diagnosis and Management of Wetlands in Protected Areas. Biodiversidade Brasileira –BioBrasil (Journal of the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation), 9: 34–44. (ISSN: 2236-2886).
  5. Liao C., Chen S., Correa S.B., Li W., Zhang T., Liu J. 2019. Impoundment led to spatial trophic segregation of three closely related catfish species in the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. Marine and Freshwater Research 71: 750-760.
  6. Liao C., Chen S., Silva S.S.d, Correa S.B., Yuan J., Zhang T., Li Z., Liu J. 2018. Spatial changes of fish assemblages in relation to filling stages of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. Journal of Applied Ichthyology (doi: 10.1111/jai.13798).
  7. Correa S.B. and Winemiller K. 2018. Terrestrial-aquatic trophic linkages support fish production in a tropical oligotrophic river. Oecologia 186: 1069–1078.
  8. Costa-Pereira R., Lucas C., Crossac M., Anderson J., Weiss B.A., Darye E. P., Piedade M.T.F., Demarchie L.O., Rebouçase E.R., Costa G.C., Galetti M., Correa S.B.. Defaunation shadow on mutualistic interactions. PNAS 115: E2673–E2675.
  9. Correa, S.B., de Oliveira P., Nunes da Cunha C., Penha J. and Anderson J.T. 2017. Water and fish select for fleshy fruits in tropical wetland forests. Biotropica 50: 312–318.
  10. Costa-Pereira R., Correa S.B. and Galetti M. 2017. Fishing-down within populations harms seed dispersal mutualism. Biotropica 50:319–325.
  11. Correa S.B., Araujo J.K., Penha J., Nunes da Cunha C., Bobier K. and Anderson J.T. Stability and generalization in seed dispersal networks: a case study of frugivorous fish in Neotropical wetlands. 2016. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 283(1837): 20162167.
  12. Correa S.B., Winemiller K.O., and Cárdenas D. 2016. Isotopic variation among Amazonian floodplain woody plants and implications for food-web research. Biota Neotropica 16 (doi:10.1590/1676-0611-BN-2015-0078).
  13. Correa S.B. and Anderson J.T. 2016. A nondestructive sampling protocol for field studies of seed dispersal by fish. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 1989–2003.
  14. Correa S.B., Araujo J.K., Penha J.M., Nunes da Cunha C., Stevenson, P.R., Anderson J.T. 2015. Overfishing disrupts an ancient mutualism between frugivorous fishes and plants in Neotropical wetlands. Biological Conservation 191: 159–167.
  15. Correa S.B., Costa-Pereira R., Fleming T., Goulding M., and Anderson J.T. 2015. Neotropical fruit-fish interactions: eco-evolutionary dynamics and conservation. Biological Reviews 90: 1263–1278.
  16. Correa S.B., Betancur R., Mérona B. de, and Ambruster J. 2014. Diet shift of Red Belly Pacu Piaractus brachypomus (Cuvier, 1818) (Characiformes: Serrasalmidae), a Neotropical fish, in the Sepik-Ramu River Basin, Papua New Guinea. Neotropical Ichthyology 12: 827–833.
  17. Correa S.B. and Winemiller K. 2014. Niche partitioning among frugivorous fishes in response to fluctuating resources in the Amazonian floodplain forest. Ecology 95: 210–224.
  18. Horn M.H., Correa S.B., Parolin P., Pollux B.J.A., Anderson J.T., Lucas C., Widmann P., Tiju A., Galetti M., and Goulding M. 2011. Seed dispersal by fishes in tropical and temperate fresh waters: the growing evidence. Acta Oecologica 37: 561–577.
  19. Correa S.B. Fish assemblage structure is consistent through an annual hydrological cycle in habitats of a floodplain-lake in the Colombian Amazon. Neotropical Ichthyology 6: 257–266.
  20. Correa S.B., Crampton W.G.R., Chapman L.J., and Albert J.S. 2008. A comparison of flooded forest and floating meadow fish assemblages in an upper Amazon floodplain. Journal of Fish Biology 72: 629–644.
  21. Correa S.B., Winemiller K., López-Fernández H., and Galetti M. 2007. Evolutionary perspectives on seed consumption and dispersal by fishes. BioScience 57: 748–756.
  22. Correa S.B., Crampton W.G.R., and Albert J.S. 2006. Three new species of the Neotropical electric fish Rhabdolichops (Gymnotiformes: Sternopygidae) from the Central Amazon Basin, with a new diagnosis of the genus. Copeia 1: 27–42.
  23. Correa S.B. Ichthyofauna of Lago Taraira, lower Rio Apaporis, Colombian Amazon. Dahlia (Journal of the Colombian Society of Ichthyologists) 6: 59–68.