Carlos Camacho
Carlos Camacho
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Testing the matching habitat choice hypothesis in nature: phenotype-environment correlation and fitness in a songbird population
C Camacho, D Canal, J Potti
Evolutionary Ecology 29 (6), 873-886, 2015
Human-induced changes in landscape configuration influence individual movement routines: Lessons from a versatile, highly mobile species
C Camacho, S Palacios, P Sáez, S Sánchez, J Potti
PloS one 9 (8), e104974, 2014
Nonrandom dispersal drives phenotypic divergence within a bird population
C Camacho, D Canal, J Potti
Ecology and evolution 3 (14), 4841-4848, 2013
Behavioural thermoregulation in man-made habitats: surface choice and mortality risk in Red-necked Nightjars
C Camacho
Bird Study 60 (1), 124-130, 2013
Tropical phenology in temperate regions: extended breeding season in a long-distance migrant
C Camacho
The Condor 115 (4), 830-837, 2013
Magnitude, composition and spatiotemporal patterns of vertebrate roadkill at regional scales: a study in southern Spain
D Canal, C Camacho, B Martín, M de Lucas, M Ferrer
Animal biodiversity and conservation 41 (2), 281-300, 2018
Natal habitat imprinting counteracts the diversifying effects of phenotype-dependent dispersal in a spatially structured population
C Camacho, D Canal, J Potti
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 158, 2016
‘Bodyguard’plants: Predator-escape performance influences microhabitat choice by nightjars
C Camacho
Behavioural processes 103, 145-149, 2014
Lifelong effects of trapping experience lead to age-biased sampling: lessons from a wild bird population
C Camacho, D Canal, J Potti
Animal Behaviour 130, 133-139, 2017
The road to opportunities: landscape change promotes body-size divergence in a highly mobile species
C Camacho, P Sáez, S Sánchez, S Palacios, C Molina, J Potti
Current Zoology 62 (1), 7-14, 2016
Fine-scale determinants of vertebrate roadkills across a biodiversity hotspot in Southern Spain
D Canal, C Camacho, B Martín, M de Lucas, M Ferrer
Biodiversity and Conservation 28 (12), 3239-3256, 2019
Ontogenetic variation in the plumage colour of female European Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca
J Potti, D Canal, C Camacho
Ibis 156 (4), 879-884, 2014
Variations in flocking behaviour from core to peripheral regions of a bird species’ distribution range
C Camacho
Acta ethologica 15 (1), 153-158, 2012
Early age at first breeding and high natal philopatry in the Red‐necked Nightjar Caprimulgus ruficollis
C Camacho
Ibis 156 (2), 442-445, 2014
Experimental evidence that matching habitat choice drives local adaptation in a wild population
C Camacho, A Sanabria-Fernández, A Baños-Villalba, P Edelaar
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1927), 20200721, 2020
From species to individuals: combining barcoding and microsatellite analyses from non-invasive samples in plant ecology studies
C Parejo-Farnés, RG Albaladejo, C Camacho, A Aparicio
Plant Ecology 219 (10), 1151-1158, 2018
Morphological and sexual traits in Atlas and Iberian Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca speculigera and F. h. iberiae: a comparison
J Potti, JL Copete, C Gutiérrez-Expósito, C Camacho
Bird Study 63 (3), 330-336, 2016
Connecting the data landscape of long‐term ecological studies: the SPI‐Birds data hub
A Culina, F Adriaensen, LD Bailey, MD Burgess, A Charmantier, EF Cole, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2020
Matching habitat choice: it's not for everyone
C Camacho, AP Hendry
Oikos 129 (5), 689-699, 2020
Correlates of individual variation in the porphyrin-based fluorescence of red-necked nightjars (Caprimulgus ruficollis)
C Camacho, JJ Negro, I Redondo, S Palacios, P Sáez-Gómez
Scientific Reports 9, 19115, 2019
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