Ximena E Bernal
Ximena E Bernal
Professor, Purdue University & Research Associate, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
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In the wake of COVID-19, academia needs new solutions to ensure gender equity
JL Malisch, BN Harris, SM Sherrer, KA Lewis, SL Shepherd, PC McCarthy, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 15378-15381, 2020
Acoustic preferences and localization performance of blood-sucking flies (Corethrella Coquillett) to túngara frog calls
XE Bernal, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
Behavioral Ecology 17 (5), 709-715, 2006
Cues for eavesdroppers: do frog calls indicate prey density and quality?
XE Bernal, RA Page, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
The American Naturalist 169 (3), 409-415, 2007
Light and noise pollution interact to disrupt interspecific interactions
TA McMahon, JR Rohr, XE Bernal
Ecology 98 (5), 1290-1299, 2017
Visual sensitivity to a conspicuous male cue varies by reproductive state in Physalaemus pustulosus females
ME Cummings, XE Bernal, R Reynaga, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (8), 1203-1210, 2008
Geographic variation in advertisement call and genetic structure of Colostethus palmatus (Anura, Dendrobatidae) from the Colombian Andes
XE Bernal, C Guarnizo, H Lüddecke
Herpetologica 61 (4), 395-408, 2005
Adaptive changes in sexual signalling in response to urbanization
W Halfwerk, M Blaas, L Kramer, N Hijner, PA Trillo, XE Bernal, RA Page, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (3), 374-380, 2019
Sexual Differences in the Behavioral Response of Túngara Frogs, Physalaemus pustulosus, to Cues Associated with Increased Predation Risk
XE Bernal, A Stanley Rand, MJ Ryan
Ethology 113 (8), 755-763, 2007
Female and male behavioral response to advertisement calls of graded complexity in túngara frogs, Physalaemus pustulosus
XE Bernal, KL Akre, AT Baugh, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63 (9), 1269-1279, 2009
Sex differences in response to nonconspecific advertisement calls: receiver permissiveness in male and female túngara frogs
XE Bernal, A Stanley Rand, MJ Ryan
Animal behaviour 73 (6), 955-964, 2007
The Vocal Sac Increases Call Rate in the Túngara Frog Physalaemus pustulosus
GB Pauly, XE Bernal, AS Rand, MJ Ryan
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79 (4), 708-719, 2006
Differences in neophobia between cane toads from introduced and native populations
S Candler, XE Bernal
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 97-104, 2015
Sexual differences in prevalence of a new species of trypanosome infecting túngara frogs
XE Bernal, CM Pinto
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 5 (1), 40-47, 2016
Danger comes from all fronts: predator-dependent escape tactics of túngara frogs
MW Bulbert, RA Page, XE Bernal
PLoS One 10 (4), e0120546, 2015
Partitioning of vocal activity in a Neotropical highland-frog community
H Lüddecke, A Amézquita, X Bernal, F Guzmán
Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 35 (3), 185-194, 2000
The cognitive ecology of stimulus ambiguity: a predator–prey perspective
BC Leavell, XE Bernal
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (11), 1048-1060, 2019
Cues used in host‐seeking behavior by frog‐biting midges (Corethrella spp. Coquillet)
XE Bernal, P de Silva
Journal of Vector Ecology 40 (1), 122-128, 2015
Patterns of mating call preferences in túngara frogs, Physalaemus pustulosus
MJ Ryan, XE Bernal, AS Rand
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (6), 2235-2247, 2007
Nineteen years of consistently positive and strong female mate preferences despite individual variation
MJ Ryan, KL Akre, AT Baugh, XE Bernal, AM Lea, C Leslie, MB Still, ...
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 125-134, 2019
Collateral damage or a shadow of safety? The effects of signalling heterospecific neighbours on the risks of parasitism and predation
PA Trillo, XE Bernal, MS Caldwell, WH Halfwerk, MO Wessel, RA Page
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1831), 20160343, 2016
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