Maya Rocha-Ortega
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The recovery of ground ant diversity in secondary Lacandon tropical forests
M Rocha-Ortega, ME Favila
Journal of Insect Conservation 17 (6), 1161-1167, 2013
The cost of being a killer’s accomplice: Trypanosoma cruzi impairs the fitness of kissing bugs
G Cordero-Montoya, AL Flores-Villegas, PM Salazar-Schettino, ...
Parasitology research 118 (9), 2523-2529, 2019
Seed removal patterns of pioneer trees in an agricultural landscape
M Rocha-Ortega, A Bartimachi, J Neves, EM Bruna, HL Vasconcelos
Plant Ecology 218 (6), 737-748, 2017
Effects of urbanization on the diversity of ant assemblages in tropical dry forests, Mexico
M Rocha-Ortega, G Castaño-Meneses
Urban ecosystems 18 (4), 1373-1388, 2015
Mexico ants: incidence and abundance along the Nearctic–Neotropical interface
W Dáttilo, M Vásquez‐Bolaños, DA Ahuatzin, R Antoniazzi, ...
Ecology 101 (4), e02944, 2020
Spatial and temporal effects of land use change as potential drivers of odonate community composition but not species richness
M Rocha-Ortega, P Rodríguez, A Córdoba-Aguilar
Biodiversity and Conservation 28 (2), 451-466, 2019
Taxonomic and functional ant diversity along a secondary successional gradient in a tropical forest
M Rocha‐Ortega, X Arnan, JD Ribeiro‐Neto, IR Leal, ME Favila, ...
Biotropica 50 (2), 290-301, 2018
Why do bugs perish? Range size and local vulnerability traits as surrogates of Odonata extinction risk
M Rocha-Ortega, P Rodríguez, J Bried, J Abbott, A Córdoba-Aguilar
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1924), 20192645, 2020
The larger the damselfly, the more likely to be threatened: a sexual selection approach
CM Suárez-Tovar, M Rocha-Ortega, A González-Voyer, ...
Journal of insect conservation 23 (3), 535-545, 2019
Can dragonfly and damselfly communities be used as bioindicators of land use intensification?
M Rocha-Ortega, P Rodríguez, A Córdoba-Aguilar
Ecological Indicators 107, 105553, 2019
A reduction in ecological niche for Trypanosoma cruzi-infected triatomine bugs
G Villalobos, A Nava-Bolaños, JA De Fuentes-Vicente, JL Téllez-Rendón, ...
Parasites & vectors 12 (1), 1-9, 2019
Damselfly (Odonata: Calopterygidae) population decline in an urbanizing watershed
A Córdoba-Aguilar, M Rocha-Ortega
Journal of Insect Science 19 (3), 30, 2019
Female choice for sick males over healthy males: Consequences for offspring
A Reyes‐Ramírez, JN Enríquez‐Vara, M Rocha‐Ortega, A Téllez‐García, ...
Ethology 125 (4), 241-249, 2019
Importance of nesting resources and soil conditions for the recovery of ant diversity during secondary succession in a tropical rainforest
M Rocha-Ortega, MÁ García-Martínez
Tropical Conservation Science 11, 1940082918787063, 2018
Towards global volunteer monitoring of odonate abundance
J Bried, L Ries, B Smith, M Patten, J Abbott, J Ball-Damerow, R Cannings, ...
BioScience 70 (10), 914-923, 2020
An index to estimate the vulnerability of damselflies and dragonflies (Insecta: Odonata) to land use changes using niche modeling
G Rodríguez-Tapia, M Rocha-Ortega, A Córdoba-Aguilar
Aquatic Insects 41 (3), 254-272, 2020
Female preferences when female condition and male ornament expression vary
A Reyes-Ramírez, M Rocha-Ortega, A Córdoba-Aguilar
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 128 (4), 828-837, 2019
Efectos de la urbanización sobre el ensamblaje de especies y gremios de hormigas (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) en Querétaro, México
M Rocha-Ortega, G Castaño-Meneses
Coordinadores, 121, 2015
Mutual mate choice and its benefits for both sexes
A Reyes-Ramírez, IA Sandoval-García, M Rocha-Ortega, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-8, 2020
Raining feral cats and dogs? Implications for the conservation of medium-sized wild mammals in an urban protected area
H Coronel-Arellano, M Rocha-Ortega, F Gual-Sill, E Martínez-Meyer, ...
Urban Ecosystems, 1-12, 2020
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