Willink, B., Ware, J., & Svensson, E. I. (2024). Tropical origin, global diversification and dispersal in the pond damselflies (Coenagrionoidea) revealed by a new molecular phylogeny. Systematic Biology, syae004.

Willink, B., Tunström, K., Nilén, S., Chikhi, R., Lemane, T., Takahashi, M., Takahashi, Y., Svensson, E. I., & Wheat, C. W. (2024). The genomics and evolution of inter-sexual mimicry and female-limited polymorphisms in damselflies. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 8, 83–97.

Vicente-Santos, A., Willink, B., Nowak, K., Civitello, D., & Gillespie, T. (2023). Host-pathogen interactions under pressure: A systematic review and meta-analysis of stress-mediated effects on disease dynamics. Ecology Letters, 26, 2003–2020.

Willink, B., & Wu, M. Y. (2023). To colour a bird: The evolution of carotenoid-based colouration in passerines is shaped by sexual selection, ecology and life history. Journal of Animal Ecology, 92(1), 4–6.

Willink, B. (2022). How signals interact in multimodal displays: Insights from a robotic frog. Journal of Animal Ecology, 91(4), 696–700.

Willink, B., Blow, R., Sparrow, D. J., Sparrow, R., & Svensson, E. I. (2021). Population biology and phenology of the colour polymorphic damselfly Ischnura elegans at its southern range limit in Cyprus. Ecological Entomology, 46(3), 601–613.

Blow, R., Willink, B., & Svensson, E. I. (2021). A molecular phylogeny of forktail damselflies (genus Ischnura) reveals a dynamic macroevolutionary history of female colour polymorphisms. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 160, 107134.

Svensson, E. I., Willink, B., Duryea, M. C., & Lancaster, L. T. (2020). Temperature drives pre-reproductive selection and shapes the biogeography of a female polymorphism. Ecology Letters, 23(1), 149–159.

Willink, B., Duryea, M. C., Wheat, C., & Svensson, E. I. (2020). Changes in gene expression during female reproductive development in a color polymorphic insect. Evolution, 74(6), 1063–1081.

Willink, B., Duryea, M. C., & Svensson, E. I. (2019). Macroevolutionary Origin and Adaptive Function of a Polymorphic Female Signal Involved in Sexual Conflict. The American Naturalist, 194(5), 707–724.

Waller, J. T., Willink, B., Tschol, M., & Svensson, E. I. (2019). The odonate phenotypic database, a new open data resource for comparative studies of an old insect order. Scientific Data, 6(1), Article 1.

Protti-Sánchez, F., Quirós-Guerrero, L., Vásquez, V., Willink, B., Pacheco, M., León, E., Pröhl, H., & Bolaños, F. (2019). Toxicity and Alkaloid Profiling of the Skin of the Golfo Dulcean Poison Frog Phyllobates vittatus (Dendrobatidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 45(11), 914–925.

Willink, B., & Svensson, E. I. (2017). Intra- and intersexual differences in parasite resistance and female fitness tolerance in a polymorphic insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 284(1847), 20162407.

Ellenrieder, N. von, Castro, B. W., & Svensson, E. (2017). Checklist of the dragonflies and damselflies from Guyana (Insecta: Odonata), with new records from the country. Check List, 13(2), Article 2.

Ryan, M. J., Latella, I. M., Willink, B., García-Rodríguez, A., & Gilman, C. A. (2015). Notes on the breeding habits and new distribution records of seven species of snakes from southwest Costa Rica. Herpetology Notes, 8, 669–671.

Ryan, M. J., Scott, N. J., Cook, J. A., Willink, B., Chaves, G., Bolaños, F., García-Rodríguez, A., Latella, I. M., & Koerner, S. E. (2015). Too wet for frogs: Changes in a tropical leaf litter community coincide with La Niña. Ecosphere, 6(1), art4.

Pröhl, H., & Willink, B. (2015). Ecología y comportamiento de las ranas venenosas del género Oophaga en Costa Rica y Panamá. Alytes, 32(3), 31.

Willink, B., García-Rodríguez, A., Bolaños, F., & Pröhl, H. (2014). The interplay between multiple predators and prey colour divergence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 113(2), 580–589.

Willink, B., Palmer, M. S., Landberg, T., Vonesh, J. R., & Warkentin, K. M. (2014). Environmental context shapes immediate and cumulative costs of risk-induced early hatching. Evolutionary Ecology, 28(1), 103–116.

Ryan, M. J., Fuller, M. M., Scott, N. J., Cook, J. A., Poe, S., Willink, B., Chaves, G., & Bolaños, F. (2014). Individualistic Population Responses of Five Frog Species in Two Changing Tropical Environments over Time. PLOS ONE, 9(5), e98351.

Willink, B., Bolaños, F., & Pröhl, H. (2014). Conspicuous displays in cryptic males of a polytypic poison-dart frog. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 68(2), 249–261.

Willink, B., Brenes-Mora, E., Bolaños, F., & Pröhl, H. (2013). Not Everything Is Black and White: Color and Behavioral Variation Reveal a Continuum Between Cryptic and Aposematic Strategies in a Polymorphic Poison Frog. Evolution, 67(10), 2783–2794.

Pröhl, H., Willink, B., & Hauswaldt, S. (2013). Geographic variation in sexual signals and behaviour in two species of poison frogs. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 15(6), 667–687.

Farji-Brener, A. G., Morueta-Holme, N., Chinchilla, F., Willink, B., Ocampo, N., & Bruner, G. (2012). Leaf-cutting ants as road engineers: The width of trails at branching points in Atta cephalotes. Insectes Sociaux, 59(3), 389–394.

Zumbado‐Ulate, H., Bolaños, F., Willink, B., & Soley-Guardia, F. (2011). Population status and natural history notes on the critically endangered stream-dwelling frog Craugastor ranoides (Craugastoridae) in a costa rican tropical dry forest. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 6(3), 455–464.

Zumbado-Ulate, H., & Willink, B. (2011). Craugastor ranoides. Distribution. Herpetological Review, 42(2), 236.