Wilkinson, GS, G Carter, KM Bohn, B CAspers, G Chaverri, D Farine, L Günther, G Kerth, M Knörnschild, F Mayer, M Nagy, J Ortega, K Patriquin. 2019. Kinship, association, and social complexity in bats. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 73: 7. PDF

Patriquin, KJ, C Guy, J Hinds, JM Ratcliffe. 2019. Male and female bats differ in their use of a large urban park. Journal of Urban Ecology. 5: 1-13. doi: 10.1093/jue/juz015 PDF

Patriquin, KJ, JE Kohles, RA Page, JM Ratcliffe. 2018. Bats without borders: Predators learn novel prey cues from other predatory species. Science Advances. 4: eaaq0579. PDF

Vrtilek, JK, GG Carter, KJ Patriquin, RA Page, JM Ratcliffe. 2018. A method for rapid testing of social learning in vampire bats. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 172483. PDF

Patriquin, KJ, ML Leonard, HG Broders, WM Ford, ER Britzke, A Silvis. 2016. Weather as a proximate explanation for fission-fusion dynamics in female northern long-eared bats. Animal Behaviour. 122: 47-57. PDF

Patriquin, KJ, JM Ratcliffe. 2016. Should I stay or should I go? Fission-fusion dynamics in bats. pp. 65-103. In: J Ortega (ed). Sociality in Bats. Springer: Switzerland. PDF

Luszcz, TMJ, JMK Rip, KJ Patriquin, LM Hollis, JM Wilson, HDM Clarke, J Zinck, RMR Barclay. 2016. A blind-test comparison of the reliability of using external morphology and echolocation-call structure to differentiate between the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) and Yuma myotis (Myotis yumanensis). Northwestern Naturalist, 97: 12-23. PDF

Patriquin, KJ, F Palstra, ML Leonard, HG Broders. 2013. Female northern myotis, Myotis septentrionalis, that roost together are related. Behavioral Ecology. 24: 949-954. doi:10.1093/beheco/art012 PDF

Patriquin, KJ, ML Leonard, HG Broders and CJ Garroway. 2010. Do social networks of female northern long-eared bats vary with reproductive period and age? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64: 899-913. doi 10.1007/s00265-010-0905-4 PDF

Patriquin, KJ.  2004. Red bat (Lasiurus borealis) captured in northeastern Alberta. Northwestern Naturalist 85: 28-30 PDF

Patriquin, KJ and RMR Barclay.  2003. Foraging by bats in cleared, thinned and unharvested boreal forest.  Journal of Applied Ecology 40:646-657 PDF

 Patriquin, KJ, LJ Hogberg, BJ Chruszcz and RMR Barclay. 2003. The influence of habitat structure on the ability to detect ultrasound using bat detectors.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:475-481 PDF

Hogberg, LJ, KJ Patriquin and RMR Barclay.  2002  Use by bats of patches of residual trees in logged areas of the boreal forest.  American Midland Naturalist 148: 282-288 PDF

Patriquin-Meldrum, KJ and J-G J Godin.  1997. Do female three-spined sticklebacks copy the mate choice of others? American Naturalist 151: 570-577 PDF