*Denotes undergraduate student co-author

7. Soares L., Marra P., Gray L.* and Ricklefs R. The malaria parasite Plasmodium relictum in the endemic avifauna of eastern Cuba. Conservation Biology 31 (6): 1477–1482.

6. Soares L., Latta S. and Ricklefs R. (2017). The dynamics of avian haemosporidian assemblages through millennial timescales inferred from insular biotas of the West Indies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi:10.1073/pnas.1702512114

5. Ricklefs R., Medeiros M., Ellis V., Svensson-Coelho M., Soares L., Fecchio A., Marra P., Latta S., Valkiunas G., Hellgren O., Bensch S. (2017) Avian migration and the distribution of malaria parasites in New World passerine birds. Journal of Biogeography 44 (5): 1113–1123.

4. Soares L., Escudero G., Penha V.* and Ricklefs R. (2016), Low prevalence of haemosporidian parasites on shorebird species of Argentina. Ardea 104 (2): 143-151.

3. Soares L., Ellis V. and Ricklefs R. (2016), Co-infections of haemosporidian and trypanosome parasites in a North American songbird. Parasitology 143 (14): 1930-1938.

2. Ricklefs R.E., Soares L., Ellis, VA and Latta, S. (2016), Haemosporidian parasites and avian host population abundance in the Lesser Antilles. Journal of Biogeography 43 (7): 1277–1286.

1. Soares L., Abad-Franch F. and Ferraz G. (2014), Epidemiology of cutaneous leishmaniasis in central Amazonia: a comparison of sex-biased incidence among rural settlers and field biologists. Tropical Medicine & International Health 19 (8): 988-995.

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  • Ferraz G., Soares L., Schuch C., Pires I. and Ricklefs R. Prevalence and diversity of avian malaria parasites in relation to host population density of Amazon forest understory birds.

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