Research Resources

Crees Foundation previous publications:


  • (2014) Allen et. al – A preliminary geographic distribution map of Elachistocleis muiraquitan Nunes de Almeida & Toledo, 2012 (Amphibia: Anura: Microhylidae) – doidownload
  • (2015) Whittaker et. al – Bamboo traps as refugia for Pristimantis olivaceus (Anura: Craugastoridae) and as breeding site for Osteocephalus castaneicola (Anura: Hylidae) – doidownload
  • (2016) Whitworth et. al – Methods matter: Different biodiversity survey methodologies identify contrasting biodiversity patterns in a human modified rainforest — A case study with amphibians. – doidownload
  • (2017) Thomas et. al – Attempted predation of the toad Rhinella marina (Linnaeus, 1758) (Amphibia: Bufonidae) by Leptodactylus rhodonotus (Günther, 1868) (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae) in southeast Peru – doidownload
  • (2017) Serrano-Rojas et. all – A new species of poison-dart frog (Anura: Dendrobatidae) from Manu province, Amazon region of southeastern Peru, with notes on its natural history, bioacoustics, phylogenetics, and recommended conservation status. – doidownloaddataset


  • (2016) Serrano Rojas et. al – Notes on the reproduction of Kentropyx altamazonica (Squamata: Teiidae) and Imantodes lentiferus (Serpentes: Dipsadidae) from southeast Peru – doidownload
  • (2016) Waddel et. al – A first test of the thread bobbin tracking technique as a method for studying the ecology of herpetofauna in a tropical rainforest – doidownload
  • (2018) Lehr et. al – New distribution records for Euspondylus excelsum Chávez, Catenazzi & Venegas, 2017 (Reptilia, Gymnophthalmidae, Cercosaurinae) in Peru. – doidownload


  • (2015) Brown et. alDoryfera johannae (Bourcier, 1847) (Aves: Apodiformes: Trochilidae): new locality, range extension and notes on distribution – doidownload


  • (2016) Whitworth et. al Out on a limb: arboreal camera traps as an emerging methodology for inventorying elusive rainforest mammals – doidownload


  • (2014) Torres-Sovero et. al – Uso de collpa y otras observaciones del maracana cabeciazul (Primolius couloni) en el sureste del Peru – doidownload


  • (2016) Whitworth et. al – Past Human Disturbance Effects upon Biodiversity are Greatest in the Canopy; A Case Study on Rainforest Butterflies – doidownload
  • (2018) Whitworth et. al – Food for thought. Rainforest carrion-feeding butterflies are more sensitive indicators of disturbance history than fruit feeder.- doidownload


  • (2016) Whitworth et. al – How much potential biodiversity and conservation value can a regenerating rainforest provide? A ‘best-case scenario’ approach from the Peruvian Amazon. – doidownload
  • (2018) Whitworth et. al – Long lasting impressions: After decades of regeneration rainforest biodiversity remains differentially affected following selective logging and clearance for agriculture – doidownload
  • (2018) Whitworth et. al – Are We Using the Most Appropriate Methodologies to Assess the Sensitivity of Rainforest Biodiversity to Habitat Disturbance. – doidownload



  • (2014) Whitworth & Villacampa – Amphibians of the Manu Learning Centre – download
  • (2017) Villacampa, Serrano-Rojas & Whitworth – Amphibians of the Manu Learnign Centre and other areas in the Manu Region – download


  • (2014) Whitworth & Villacampa – Reptiles of the Manu Learning Centre – download


  • (2018) Gartenstein – Hummingbirds of the MLC garden – download


  • (2016) Pillco Huarcaya – Foods eaten in a regenerating rainforest by the Endangered woolly monkey (Lagothrix cana) – download

Children Stories

  • (2017) Carlos Arevalo – ABUN – Un encuentro inesperado. – download
  • (2017) Carlos Arevalo – ABUN – Shihuemoy Una verdadera amistad. – download