Peer reviewed journals

  • Gomez-LLano, M., Narasimhan, A., and Svensson, E. (In press). Parasites load reveal condition-dependent sexual selection for local adaptation in the wild. The American Naturalist.

  • Svensson, E., Goedert, D., Gomez-Llano, M., Spagopoulou, F., Nava-Bolaños, A., and Booksmythe, I. 2018. Sex differences in local adaptation: what can we learn from reciprocal transplant experiments? Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 373: 20170420 pdf.

  • Gomez-Llano, M., Bench, H. and Svensson, E. 2018. Ecology relaxes sexual conflict: heterospecific males reduce sexual harassment and increase female survival. Evolution 72(4): 906-915 pdf.

  • Svensson, E., Gomez-Llano, M., Bench, H. and Rivas, A. 2018. Frequency dependence opposes ecological drift in spite of niche similarity of interaction species. The American Naturalist 191(6): 691-703 pdf.

  • Gómez-Llano, M., Navarro-López, E. & Gilman, T. (2016). The coevolution of sexual imprinting by males and females. Ecology and Evolution 6(19): 71131-7125 pdf.

  • Llusia, D., Gómez, M., Penna, M. & Márquez, R. 2013. Call Transmission Efficiency in Native and Invasive Anurans: Competing Hypotheses of Divergence in Acoustic Signals. PloS ONE, 8(10): e77312 pdf.

Book chapters

Gomez-LLano, M. & Velarde, S. La desarticulación de las políticas ambientales y la ciudadanía: El caso del manglar Tajamar y el Nevado de Toluca. In: La ciudadanía y el medio ambiente en México: apuntes críticos para su análisis. Cháves, R., Particia, R and de la Cueva, H (Coord.). 2019. EL Colegio de la Frontera Norte. 360pp