Roberto Munguía-Steyer
Roberto Munguía-Steyer
FES-Iztacala, UNAM.
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Conditional male dimorphism and alternative reproductive tactics in a Neotropical arachnid (Opiliones)
BA Buzatto, GS Requena, RS Lourenço, R Munguía-Steyer, G Machado
Evolutionary Ecology 25 (2), 331-349, 2011
The sicker sex: understanding male biases in parasitic infection, resource allocation and fitness
A Cordoba-Aguilar, R Munguia-Steyer
PloS one 8 (10), e76246, 2013
Efficiency of uniparental male and female care against egg predators in two closely related syntopic harvestmen
GS Requena, BA Buzatto, R Munguía-Steyer, G Machado
Animal Behaviour 78 (5), 1169-1176, 2009
Paternal care and sexual selection in arthropods
GS Requena, R Munguía-Steyer, G Machado
Sexual selection, 201-233, 2014
Ivermectin alters reproductive success, body condition and sexual trait expression in dung beetles
D González-Tokman, I Martínez, Y Villalobos-Ávalos, R Munguía-Steyer, ...
Chemosphere 178, 129-135, 2017
Population dynamics of the critically endangered golden lancehead pitviper, Bothrops insularis: stability or decline?
M Guimaraes, R Munguia-Steyer, PF Doherty Jr, M Martins, RJ Sawaya
PLoS One 9 (4), e95203, 2014
Male dimorphism of a neotropical arachnid: harem size, sneaker opportunities, and gonadal investment
R Munguía-Steyer, BA Buzatto, G Machado
Behavioral Ecology 23 (4), 827-835, 2012
Support for the immunocompetence handicap hypothesis in the wild: hormonal manipulation decreases survival in sick damselflies
DM González‐Tokman, R Munguía‐Steyer, I González‐Santoyo, ...
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (10), 3294-3301, 2012
Do individuals in better condition survive for longer? Field survival estimates according to male alternative reproductive tactics and sex
R Munguía‐Steyer, A Córdoba‐Aguilar, A Romo‐Beltrán
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (1), 175-184, 2010
Brood Pumping Modulation and the Benefits of Paternal Care in Abedus breviceps (Hemiptera: Belostomatidae)
R Munguía‐Steyer, ME Favila, R Macías‐Ordóñez
Ethology 114 (7), 693-700, 2008
Is it risky to be a father? Survival assessment depending on sex and parental status in the water bug Abedus breviceps using multistate modelling
R Munguía-Steyer, R Macías-Ordóñez
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85 (1), 49-55, 2007
Strengthening population inference in herpetofaunal studies by addressing detection probability
M Guimarães, PF Doherty, R Munguía-Steyer
South American Journal of Herpetology 9 (1), 1-8, 2014
A mismatch between the perceived fighting signal and fighting ability reveals survival and physiological costs for bearers
I Gonzalez-Santoyo, DM Gonzalez-Tokman, RE Munguia-Steyer, ...
PLoS One 9 (1), e84571, 2014
Body size and morph as drivers of copulation duration in a male dimorphic damselfly
J Wong‐Muñoz, CN Anderson, R Munguía‐Steyer, A Córdoba‐Aguilar
Ethology 119 (5), 407-416, 2013
Effect of juvenile hormone on senescence in males with terminal investment
D González‐Tokman, I González‐Santoyo, R Munguía‐Steyer, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (11), 2458-2466, 2013
A test of genital allometry using two damselfly species does not produce hypoallometric patterns
A Nava‐Bolaños, A Córdoba‐Aguilar, R Munguía‐Steyer
Ethology 118 (2), 203-213, 2012
Isolation barriers and genetic divergence in non-territorial Argia damselflies
A Nava-Bolaños, RA Sánchez-Guillén, R Munguía-Steyer, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120 (4), 804-817, 2017
Immune priming, fat reserves, muscle mass and body weight of the house cricket is affected by diet composition
A Córdoba-Aguilar, A Nava-Sánchez, DM González-Tokman, ...
Neotropical entomology 45 (4), 404-410, 2016
Isometric patterns for male genital allometry in four damselfly species
A Nava-Bolaños, RA Sánchez-Guillén, R Munguía-Steyer, ...
acta ethologica 17 (1), 47-52, 2014
Rubyspot territorial damselflies behave as “nasty neighbors”
R Munguía-Steyer, A Córdoba-Aguilar, JS Maya-García
Journal of Insect Behavior 29 (2), 143-152, 2016
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