Iliana Medina Guzmán
Iliana Medina Guzmán
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Ecological and socio-economic factors affecting extinction risk in parrots
G Olah, SHM Butchart, A Symes, IM Guzmán, R Cunningham, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (2), 205-223, 2016
Brood parasitism and the evolution of cooperative breeding in birds
WE Feeney, I Medina, M Somveille, R Heinsohn, ML Hall, RA Mulder, ...
Science 342 (6165), 1506-1508, 2013
Hybridization promotes color polymorphism in the aposematic harlequin poison frog, Oophaga histrionica
I Medina, IJ Wang, C Salazar, A Amézquita
Ecology and Evolution 3 (13), 4388-4400, 2013
The evolution of acceptance and tolerance in hosts of avian brood parasites
I Medina, NE Langmore
Biological Reviews 91 (3), 569-577, 2016
The costs of avian brood parasitism explain variation in egg rejection behaviour in hosts
I Medina, NE Langmore
Biology Letters 11 (7), 20150296, 2015
Walk, swim or fly? Locomotor mode predicts genetic differentiation in vertebrates
I Medina, GM Cooke, TJ Ord
Ecology letters 21 (5), 638-645, 2018
Environmental variability and acoustic signals: a multi-level approach in songbirds
I Medina, CD Francis
Biology Letters, 2012
Reflection of near-infrared light confers thermal protection in birds
I Medina, E Newton, MR Kearney, RA Mulder, WP Porter, D Stuart-Fox
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-7, 2018
Conspicuousness, color resemblance, and toxicity in geographically diverging mimicry: The pan‐Amazonian frog Allobates femoralis
A Amézquita, Ó Ramos, MC González, C Rodríguez, I Medina, PI Simões, ...
Evolution 71 (4), 1039-1050, 2017
Conspicuous plumage does not increase predation risk: a continent-wide test using model songbirds
KE Cain, ML Hall, I Medina, AV Leitao, K Delhey, L Brouwer, A Peters, ...
The American Naturalist 193 (3), 359-372, 2019
Habitat structure is linked to the evolution of plumage colour in female, but not male, fairy-wrens
I Medina, K Delhey, A Peters, KE Cain, ML Hall, RA Mulder, NE Langmore
BMC Evolutionary Biology 17 (1), 1-9, 2017
The evolution of host specialisation in avian brood parasites
I Medina, NE Langmore
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1110-1118, 2016
Brood parasitism is linked to egg pattern diversity within and among species of Australian passerines
I Medina, J Troscianko, M Stevens, NE Langmore
The American Naturalist 187 (3), 351-362, 2016
Climate is a strong predictor of near-infrared reflectance but a poor predictor of colour in butterflies
JT Munro, I Medina, K Walker, A Moussalli, MR Kearney, AG Dyer, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1898), 20190234, 2019
Egg shape mimicry in parasitic cuckoos
MRG Attard, I Medina, NE Langmore, E Sherratt
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (11), 2079-2084, 2017
Batten down the thatches: front-line defences in an apparently defenceless cuckoo host
I Medina, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 112, 195-201, 2016
Coevolution is linked with phenotypic diversification but not speciation in avian brood parasites
I Medina, NE Langmore
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1821), 20152056, 2015
From cryptic to colorful: Evolutionary decoupling of larval and adult color in butterflies
I Medina, R Vega‐Trejo, T Wallenius, MRE Symonds, D Stuart‐Fox
Evolution letters 4 (1), 34-43, 2020
The role of the environment in the evolution of nest shape in Australian passerines
I Medina
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
Nest illumination and the evolution of egg rejection in hosts of brood parasites
I Medina, NE Langmore
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 136 (1), uky002, 2019
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