Roberto García-Roa
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How environmental conditions shape the chemical signal design of lizards
S Baeckens, J Martín, R García‐Roa, P Pafilis, K Huyghe, R Van Damme
Functional Ecology, 2017
Temperature as a modulator of sexual selection
R García‐Roa, F Garcia‐Gonzalez, DWA Noble, P Carazo
Biological Reviews, 2020
Macroevolutionary diversification of glands for chemical communication in squamate reptiles
R García-Roa, M Jara, S Baeckens, P López, R Van Damme, J Martin, ...
Scientific Reports. 7, 1-10, 2017
Hypoxia and hypothermia as rival agents of selection driving the evolution of viviparity in lizards
D Pincheira‐Donoso, M Jara, A Reaney, R García‐Roa, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (11), 1238-1246, 2017
Phylogenetic relationships of Isospora, Lankesterella, and Caryospora species (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) infecting lizards
R Megía-Palma, J Martínez, I Nasri, JJ Cuervo, J Martín, I Acevedo, ...
Organisms Diversity & Evolution 16 (1), 275-288, 2016
Rethinking the effects of body size on the study of brain size evolution
E Font, R García-Roa, D Pincheira-Donoso, P Carazo
Brain, behavior and evolution 93 (4), 182-195, 2019
The ecology of sexual conflict: temperature variation in the social environment can drastically modulate male harm to females
R García‐Roa, V Chirinos, P Carazo
Functional Ecology 33 (4), 681-692, 2019
Sexual selection and the chemical signal design of lacertid lizards
S Baeckens, J Martín, R García-Roa, R Van Damme
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 183 (2), 445-457, 2018
The role of diet in shaping the chemical signal design of lacertid lizards
S Baeckens, R García-Roa, J Martín, R Van Damme
Journal of Chemical Ecology 43 (9), 902-910, 2017
Interspecific differences in chemical composition of femoral gland secretions between two closely related wall lizard species, Podarcis bocagei and Podarcis carbonelli
R García-Roa, C Cabido, P López, J Martín
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 64, 105-110, 2016
Phylogeny of the reptilian Eimeria: are Choleoeimeria and Acroeimeria valid generic names?
R Megía‐Palma, J Martínez, I Acevedo, J Martin, R García‐Roa, J Ortega, ...
Zoologica Scripta 44 (6), 684-692, 2015
Dietary constraints can preclude the expression of an honest chemical sexual signal
R García-Roa, J Sáiz, B Gómara, P López, J Martín
Scientific Reports 7, 1-7, 2017
Fossorial and durophagous: implications of molluscivory for head size and bite capacity in a burrowing worm lizard
S Baeckens, R García‐Roa, J Martín, J Ortega, K Huyghe, R Van Damme
Journal of Zoology 301 (3), 193-205, 2017
Genders matters: Sexual differences in chemical signals of Liolaemus wiegmannii lizards (Iguania, Liolaemidae)
R García-Roa, S Carreira, P López, J Martín
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 69, 108-114, 2016
Heterogeneous tempo and mode of evolutionary diversification of compounds in lizard chemical signals
R García‐Roa, M Jara, P López, J Martín, D Pincheira‐Donoso
Ecology and Evolution 7 (4), 1286-1296, 2017
Alternative reproductive adaptations predict asymmetric responses to climate change in lizards
M Jara, R García-Roa, LE Escobar, O Torres-Carvajal, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
First record of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Nicaragua
R García-Roa, J Sunyer, A Fernández-Loras, J Bosch
The Herpetological Journal 24 (1), 65-68, 2014
The macroecology of chemical communication in lizards: do climatic factors drive the evolution of signalling glands?
M Jara, A Frias-De-Diego, R García-Roa, M Saldarriaga-Córdoba, ...
Evolutionary biology 45 (3), 259-267, 2018
Revisión de la distribución y abundancia de la herpetofauna en las Islas Chafarinas: datos históricos vs. tendencias poblacionales
R García-Roa, J Ortega, P López, E Civantos, J Martín
Boletín de la Asocación Herpetológica Española 25, 55-62, 2014
How to tackle chemical communication? Relative proportions versus semiquantitative determination of compounds in lizard chemical secretions
R García‐Roa, J Sáiz, B Gómara, P López, J Martín
Ecology and Evolution 8 (4), 2032-2040, 2018
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