Munguia, P., A.F. Ojanguren, A.N. Evans, B. Gemmell, and C. Cook. (in review). Positive interactions across latitudes and environments.
Munguia, P. 2014. Life history affects how species experience succession in pen shell metacommunities. Oecologia 174: 1335-1344
Cook, C. and P. Munguia. 2014. Morphological transitions in a parasitic isopod: sex change and life history constraints.Marine Ecology 1-10.
Munguia, P., and B. Alenius. 2013. The role of preconditioning in ocean acidification experiments: a test with the intertidal isopod Paradella dianae. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 46: 33-44
#Cuellar-Gempeler, C. and P. Munguia. 2013. Fiddler crabs (Uca thayeri, Brachyura: Ocypodidae) affect bacterial assemblages in mangrove forest sediments. Community Ecology 14, 59-66.
Darnell, M.Z., #Fowler, K., and P. Munguia. 2013. Carapace coloration and sexually dimorphic behavior in fiddler crabs. Behavioral Ecology 24:991-1003.
#Kronstadt, S., Darnell, M.Z., and P. Munguia. 2013. Adaptation in fluctuating environments, color changing ability in Uca panacea. Marine Biology 160:1373-1381.
Cook, C. and P. Munguia. 2013. Sensory cues associated with host detection in a marine parasitic isopod. Marine Biology 160: 867-875.
Munguia, P., J. Levinton, and N. Silbiger. 2013. Latitudinal differences in thermoregulatory color change in Uca pugilator. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 440:8-14.
Munguia, P. and S.M. Shuster. 2013. Established populations of Paracerceis sculpta (ISOPODA) in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Crustacean Biology 33:137-139.
Alenius B., and P. Munguia. 2012. Effects of pH variability on the intertidal isopod, Paradella dianae. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 45:245-259.
Darnell, M.Z., and P. Munguia 2011. Thermoregulation as an Alternate Function of the Sexually Dimorphic Fiddler Crab Claw. The American Naturalist 178:419-428.
Munguia, P. 2011 Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters and Biota, Vol.1 Biodiversity. Book Review. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 86:133-134.
Maloney, K., and P. Munguia. 2011. Ecoregion boundaries affect distance decay of similarity in aquatic communities. Ecography. 34:287-295.
Munguia, P., R. Osman, R. Whitlatch, J. Hamilton, and R. Zajac. 2011. Changes in habitat heterogeneity alter marine sessile benthic communities. Ecological Applications. 21:925-935.
Maloney, K., P. Munguia and R. Mitchell, 2011. Anthropogenic disturbance and landscape patterns affect diversity patterns of aquatic benthic macroinvertebrates. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 30:284-295
Osman, R., P. Munguia, R. Zajac. 2010. Ecological thresholds in marine communities: theory, experiments and management. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 413:185-187.
Osman, R. P. Munguia , R. Whitlatch, J. Hamilton, and R. Zajac. 2010. Potential thresholds and multiple community states in southern New England marine communities: integrating natural history with management strategies. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 413:277-289.
Munguia, P., A. F. Ojanguren, A. N. Evans, L. Ryckman, B. Gemmell, C. Cook, and G. Hensgen. 2009. Is facilitation a true species interaction? Open Ecology Journal. 2:83-85.
Munguia, P. and T.E. Miller. 2008. Habitat destruction and metacommunity size in marine systems. Journal of Animal Ecology 77:1175-1182.
Burns, J.H., P. Munguia, B. Nomann, S. Braun, C.P. terHorst, and T.E. Miller. 2008. The evolution of vegetative morphology in the Commelinaceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 158:257-268.
terHorst, C. and P. Munguia. 2008. Relationship between productivity and biomass in seagrass beds. Community Ecology 9:39-44.
#Silbiger, N. and P. Munguia. 2008. Carapace color change in Uca pugilator as a response to temperature. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 355:41-46.
Munguia, P., C. Mackie#, and D.R. Levitan. 2007. The influence of stage-dependent dispersal on the population dynamics of three amphipod species. Oecologia 153:533-541.
Munguia, P. 2007. Spatial structure of pen shell (Atrina rigida) communities. Marine Biology 152:149-156.
Miller, T.E., J.H. Burns, P. Munguia, E.L. Walters, J.M. Kneitel, P.M. Richards, N. Mouquet, and H. Buckley. 2007. Evaluating Support for the Resource-ratio Hypothesis: A response to Wilson et al. The American Naturalist 169:707-708.
Munguia, P. 2006. Spatial ecology of the Psilocybe genus in two regions of Mexico. International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms. 8:377-382.
Munguia, P. 2006. Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and Monitoring Methods – Book Review. Inoculum 57(3):8-9.
Munguia, P., G. Guzman, and F. Ramirez. 2006. Seasonal community structure of macromycetes in Veracruz, Mexico. Ecography 29:57-65.
Munguia, P., P. Lopez, and I. Fortes. 2005. Seasonal changes in habitat characteristics for migrant waterbirds in Sayula, Western Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 50:318-322.
Miller, T.E., J.H. Burns, P. Munguia, E.L. Walters, J.M. Kneitel, P.M. Richards, N. Mouquet, and H. Buckley. 2005. A Critical Review of Twenty Years’ Use of the Resource-ratio Theory. The American Naturalist 165:439-448.
Srivastava, D.S., J. Kolasa, J. Bengtsson, A. Gonzalez, S.P. Lawler, T. Miller, P. Munguia, D. Schneider, and M.K. Trzcinski. 2004. Miniature worlds: Are natural microcosms the new model systems for ecology? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19:379-384.
Buckley, H., J. Burns, J. Kneitel, E.L. Walters, P. Munguia, and T.E. Miller. 2004. Patterns in the community structure of Sarracenia purpurea inquiline communities at a small scale. Community Ecology 5:181-188.
Munguia, P. 2004. Successional patterns of pen shell communities at local and regional scales. Journal of Animal Ecology 73:64-74.
Mouquet, N., P. Munguia, J. Kneitel, and T.E. Miller. 2003. Community assembly time and the relationship between local and regional species richness. Oikos 103:618-626.
Munguia, P., L. Guzman-Davalos, and O. Rodriguez. 2003. Phenological approximations of macromycetes in western Mexican forests. Southwestern Naturalist 48:661-665.
Guzman, G., P. Munguia, and F. Rodriguez. 2003. Introducción a la micobiota del Estado de Veracruz (Mexico). Boletin de la Sociedad Micologica de Madrid 27:223-229.