Regina Vega Trejo
Regina Vega Trejo
Postdoctoral researcher, Stockholm University
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Are sexually selected traits affected by a poor environment early in life?
R Vega-Trejo, MD Jennions, ML Head
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 263, 2016
Predictors of male insemination success in the mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki)
ML Head, R Vega‐Trejo, F Jacomb, MD Jennions
Ecology and Evolution 5 (21), 4999-5006, 2015
Experimental evidence for sexual selection against inbred males
R Vega‐Trejo, ML Head, JS Keogh, MD Jennions
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (2), 394-404, 2017
Male mate choice and insemination success under simultaneous versus sequential choice conditions
ML Head, F Jacomb, R Vega-Trejo, MD Jennions
Animal Behaviour 103, 99-105, 2015
The effects of male age, sperm age and mating history on ejaculate senescence
R Vega‐Trejo, RJ Fox, M Iglesias‐Carrasco, ML Head, MD Jennions
Functional Ecology 33 (7), 1267-1279, 2019
The effects of familiarity and mating experience on mate choice in mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki
R Vega-Trejo, RE O’Dea, MD Jennions, ML Head
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1205-1211, 2014
Morphological differentiation among populations of Rhinella marina (Amphibia: Anura) in western Mexico
R Vega-Trejo, JJ Zúniga-Vega, RB Langerhans
Evolutionary Ecology 28 (1), 69-88, 2014
Evidence for inbreeding depression in a species with limited opportunity for maternal effects
R Vega‐Trejo, ML Head, MD Jennions
Ecology and evolution 5 (7), 1398-1404, 2015
Maternal-by-environment but not genotype-by-environment interactions in a fish without parental care
R Vega-Trejo, ML Head, MD Jennions, LEB Kruuk
Heredity 120 (2), 154-167, 2018
Inbreeding depression does not increase after exposure to a stressful environment: a test using compensatory growth
R Vega-Trejo, ML Head, MD Jennions
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 68, 2016
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
Why does inbreeding reduce male paternity? Effects on sexually selected traits
JN Marsh, R Vega‐Trejo, MD Jennions, ML Head
Evolution 71 (11), 2728-2737, 2017
Shifts in reproductive investment in response to competitors lower male reproductive success
F Spagopoulou, R Vega-Trejo, ML Head, MD Jennions
Maternal effects on offspring size and number in mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki
RE O'Dea, R Vega‐Trejo, ML Head, MD Jennions
Ecology and evolution 5 (14), 2945-2955, 2015
An experimental test for body size‐dependent effects of male harassment and an elevated copulation rate on female lifetime fecundity and offspring performance
M Iglesias‐Carrasco, RJ Fox, R Vega‐Trejo, MD Jennions, ML Head
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 32 (11), 1262-1273, 2019
Testing female preferences under more natural conditions: a case study on a fiddler crab
R Vega-Trejo, PRY Backwell
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71 (5), 81, 2017
What happens to offspring when parents are inbred, old or had a poor start in life? Evidence for sex‐specific parental effects
R Vega‐Trejo, LEB Kruuk, MD Jennions, ML Head
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (8), 1138-1151, 2018
Experimental evidence for sexual selection against inbred males when it truly counts
R Vega-Trejo, ML Head, JS Keogh, MD Jennions
bioRxiv, 045716, 2016
Amphibian and reptile community structure in pristine coniferous forests: baseline data for conservation studies.
R Vega-Trejo, I Trejo, OA Flores-Villela, VH Reynoso
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 8 (3), 622-640, 2013
No link between nymph and adult coloration in shield bugs: weak selection by predators
I Medina, R Vega-Trejo, T Wallenius, D Esquerré, C León, DM Perez, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1929), 20201011, 2020
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