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Leticia Avilés

  • University of British Columbia
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Followers (3)

  • Edmund Hart

    Edmund Hart Apple Computer

  • Rutger Vos

    Rutger Vos Naturalis National Museum of Natural History

  • Matthew Herron

    Matthew Herron University of Montana

Following (2)

  • Edmund Hart

    Edmund Hart Apple Computer

  • Matthew Herron

    Matthew Herron University of Montana

Publications

Community-wide body size differences between nocturnal and diurnal insects

Guevara J, Avilés L

Ecology (2013)

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Indiscriminate care of offspring predates the evolution of sociality in alloparenting social spiders

Samuk K, Avilés L

Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2013)

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The Evolution of Inbred Social Systems in Spiders and Other Organisms. From Short-Term Gains to Long-Term Evolutionary Dead Ends?

Avilés L, Purcell J

Advances in the Study of Behavior (2012)

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Anelosimus oritoyacu, a cloud forest social spider with only slightly female-biased primary sex ratios

Avilés L, Purcell J

Journal of Arachnology (2011)

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Influence of body size and level of cooperation on the prey capture efficiency of two sympatric social spiders exhibiting an included niche pattern

Guevara J, Avilés L

Functional Ecology (2011)

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Professional experience

University of British Columbia

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