Jordi Moya-Laraño
Jordi Moya-Laraño
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TitleCited byYear
Climbing to reach females: Romeo should be small
J Moya‐Laraño, J Halaj, DH Wise
Evolution 56 (2), 420-425, 2002
1332002
Analysing body condition: mass, volume or density?
J Moya‐Laraño, R Macías‐Ordóñez, WU Blanckenhorn, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (6), 1099-1108, 2008
1062008
Sexual size dimorphism in spiders: patterns and processes
MW Foellmer, J Moya-Larano
Sex, size and gender roles: Evolutionary studies of sexual size dimorphism …, 2007
902007
Direct and indirect effects of ants on a forest‐floor food web
J Moya-Laraño, DH Wise
Ecology 88 (6), 1454-1465, 2007
742007
Optimal climbing speed explains the evolution of extreme sexual size dimorphism in spiders
J Moya‐Laraño, D Vinković, CM Allard, MW Foellmer
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (5), 954-963, 2009
552009
Plotting partial correlation and regression in ecological studies
J Moya-Laraño, G Corcobado
Web Ecology 8 (1), 35-46, 2008
542008
Sex‐specific plasticity of growth and maturation size in a spider: implications for sexual size dimorphism
C Fernández‐Montraveta, J Moya‐Laraño
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (5), 1689-1699, 2007
542007
Smaller beetles are better scramble competitors at cooler temperatures
J Moya-Laraño, MET El-Sayyid, CW Fox
Biology Letters 3 (5), 475-478, 2007
532007
Senescence and food limitation in a slowly ageing spider
J Moya-Larano
Functional Ecology, 734-741, 2002
502002
Survival regression analysis: a powerful tool for evaluating fighting and assessment
J Moya-Laraño, DH Wise
Animal Behaviour 60 (3), 307-313, 2000
502000
Intriguing compensation by adult female spiders for food limitation experienced as juveniles
J Moya‐Laraño, JM Orta‐Ocaña, JA Barrientos, C Bach, DH Wise
Oikos 101 (3), 539-548, 2003
482003
Genetic variation, predator–prey interactions and food web structure
J Moya-Laraño
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
452011
Mating patterns in late-maturing female Mediterranean tarantulas may reflect the costs and benefits of sexual cannibalism
J Moya-Laraño, J Pascual, DH Wise
Animal Behaviour 66 (3), 469-476, 2003
452003
Systems biology for ecology: from molecules to ecosystems
KJ Purdy, PJ Hurd, J Moya-Larano, M Trimmer, BB Oakley, G Woodward
Advances in Ecological Research 43, 87-149, 2010
432010
Morphological evolution of spiders predicted by pendulum mechanics
J Moya-Laraño, D Vinković, E De Mas, G Corcobado, E Moreno
PLoS One 3 (3), e1841, 2008
432008
Introducing the refined gravity hypothesis of extreme sexual size dimorphism
G Corcobado, MA Rodríguez-Gironés, E De Mas, J Moya-Laraño
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1), 236, 2010
402010
Territoriality in a cannibalistic burrowing wolf spider
J Moya-Laraño, JM Orta-Ocaña, JA Barrientos, C Bach, DH Wise
Ecology 83 (2), 356-361, 2002
402002
Sexual cannibalism: high incidence in a natural population with benefits to females
R Rabaneda-Bueno, MÁ Rodríguez-Gironés, S Aguado-de-la-Paz, ...
PLoS One 3 (10), e3484, 2008
382008
Diet affects female mating behaviour in a seed‐feeding beetle
CW Fox, J MOYA‐LARAÑO
Physiological Entomology 34 (4), 370-378, 2009
362009
Ejaculate size, second male size, and moderate polyandry increase female fecundity in a seed beetle
J Moya-Laraño, CW Fox
Behavioral Ecology 17 (6), 940-946, 2006
352006
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