Bibiana Rojas
Bibiana Rojas
Academy of Finland Research Fellow (PI), University of Jyväskylä, Finland
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Behavioural, ecological, and evolutionary aspects of diversity in frog colour patterns
B Rojas
Biological Reviews, 2016
592016
Sexual dimorphism and intra-populational colour pattern variation in the aposematic frog Dendrobates tinctorius
B Rojas, JA Endler
Evolutionary Ecology 27 (4), 739-753, 2013
512013
Differential detectability of polymorphic warning signals under varying light environments
B Rojas, P Rautiala, J Mappes
Behavioural Processes, 2014
472014
Paradox lost: variable colour-pattern geometry is associated with differences in movement in aposematic frogs
B Rojas, J Devillechabrolle, JA Endler
Biology Letters 10 (6), 20140193, 2014
362014
Different reactions to aposematic prey in 2 geographically distant populations of great tits
A Exnerová, D Ježová, P Štys, L Doktorovová, B Rojas, J Mappes
Behavioral Ecology 26 (5), 1361-1370, 2015
322015
How to fight multiple enemies: target-specific chemical defences in an aposematic moth
B Rojas, E Burdfield-Steel, H Pakkanen, K Suisto, M Maczka, S Schulz, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284, 20171424, 2017
312017
The spatial pattern of natural selection when selection depends on experience
JA Endler, B Rojas
The American Naturalist 173 (3), E62-E78, 2009
302009
Strange parental decisions: fathers of the dyeing poison frog deposit their tadpoles in pools occupied by large cannibals
B Rojas
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (4), 551-559, 2014
282014
Visual illusions in predator–prey interactions: birds find moving patterned prey harder to catch
L Hämäläinen, J Valkonnen, J Mappes, B Rojas
Animal Cognition, 2015
272015
Colour polymorphism torn apart by opposing positive frequency‐dependent selection, yet maintained in space
SP Gordon, H Kokko, B Rojas, O Nokelainen, J Mappes
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (6), 1555-1564, 2015
262015
Aposematism
B Rojas, J Valkonen, O Nokelainen
Current Biology 25 (9), R350-R351, 2015
212015
Colour alone matters: no predator generalization among morphs of an aposematic moth
K Rönkä, C De Pasqual, J Mappes, S Gordon, B Rojas
Animal Behaviour 135, 153-163, 2018
182018
An aposematic colour‐polymorphic moth seen through the eyes of conspecifics and predators ‐ sensitivity and colour discrimination in a tiger moth
MJ Henze, O Lind, J Mappes, B Rojas, A Kelber
Functional Ecology, doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.13100, 2018
172018
Weak warning signals can persist in the absence of gene flow
JP Lawrence, B Rojas, A Fouquet, J Mappes, A Blanchette, RA Saporito, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019
162019
De novo synthesis of chemical defenses in an aposematic moth
E Burdfield-Steel, H Pakkanen, B Rojas, ...
Journal of Insect Science 18 (2), 2018
142018
Frequency-dependent flight activity in the colour polymorphic wood tiger moth
B Rojas, SP Gordon, J Mappes
Current Zoology 61, 765-772, 2015
142015
The price of safety: food deprivation in early life influences the efficacy of chemical defence in an aposematic moth
E Burdfield‐Steel, M Brain, B Rojas, J Mappes
Oikos 128 (2), 245-253, 2019
132019
From habitat use to social behavior: natural history of a voiceless poison frog, Dendrobates tinctorius
B Rojas, A Pašukonis
PeerJ 7, e7648, 2019
122019
Matching and Symmetry in the Frequency Recognition Curve of the Poison Frog Epipedobates trivittatus
B Rojas, A Amezquita, A Delgadillo
Ethology 112 (6), 564-571, 2006
122006
How far do tadpoles travel in the rainforest? Parent-assisted dispersal in poison frogs
A Pašukonis, MC Loretto, B Rojas
Evolutionary Ecology 33 (4), 613-623, 2019
112019
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