Robert Costello

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Full name
Robert Costello
Curator level
Full Curator


560 objects curated
268 taxa curated
2 images set as exemplar
44 articles selected for Overview
0 preferred classifications selected

0 common names added
0 common names removed
0 common names curated

251 taxa commented
340 comments submitted
248 articles added
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Curator qualifications


1. Science educator, National Outreach Program Manager, Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History

2. 2015. Roland Kays · Robert Costello · Tavis Forrester · Megan C Baker ·Arielle W Parsons · Elizabeth L Kalies · George Hess · Joshua J Millspaugh · William McsheaCats are Rare Where Coyotes Roam, Journal of Mammalogy 09/2015; 96(5). DOI:10.1093/jmammal/gyv100

    2015. William J. McShea · Tavis Forrester · Robert Costello · Zhihai He ·Roland KaysVolunteer-run cameras as distributed sensors for macrosystem mammal research, Landscape Ecology 09/2015; DOI:10.1007/s10980-015-0262-9 · 3.50 

      2013. Tavis Forrester · Roland W. Kays · William J. McShea · Robert Costello, eMammal – Museum based citizen science camera trapping as a solution for wildlife monitoring, 98th ESA Annual Convention 2013; 08/2013

   1993. Robert K. Costello, C. Dickinson, S. Boinski, A.L. Rosenberger, F.S. Szalay, Squirrel Monkey (Genus. Saimiri) Taxonomy. A Multidisciplinary Study of the Biology of Species, in Advances in Primatology, Species, Species Concepts and Primate Evolution, William H. Kimbel, Lawrence B. Martin, eds., Springer US.

   1991. Szalay, F. S., and Costello, R. K. . Evolution of permanent estrus displays in hominids. Journal of Human Evolution, 20:439-464.

Curation scope
I would like to fix a number of broken hyperlinks. The Birds of DC website uses the EOL API, and the only way to fix broken links on our website is to fix them on EOL.