Clelia Gasparini
Clelia Gasparini
University of Padova
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Cryptic female preference for genetically unrelated males is mediated by ovarian fluid in the guppy
C Gasparini, A Pilastro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1717), 2495-2501, 2011
1482011
Sperm number and velocity affect sperm competition success in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
C Boschetto, C Gasparini, A Pilastro
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (4), 813-821, 2011
1472011
Postmating female control: 20 years of cryptic female choice
RC Firman, C Gasparini, MK Manier, T Pizzari
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (5), 368-382, 2017
1372017
Sperm swimming velocity predicts competitive fertilization success in the green swordtail Xiphophorus helleri
C Gasparini, LW Simmons, M Beveridge, JP Evans
PLoS One 5 (8), e12146, 2010
1172010
Copulation duration, insemination efficiency and male attractiveness in guppies
A Pilastro, M Mandelli, C Gasparini, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Animal Behaviour 74 (2), 321-328, 2007
842007
Effect of male age on sperm traits and sperm competition success in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
C Gasparini, IAM Marino, C Boschetto, A Pilastro
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (1), 124-135, 2010
832010
Intraspecific evidence from guppies for correlated patterns of male and female genital trait diversification
JP Evans, C Gasparini, GI Holwell, IW Ramnarine, TE Pitcher, A Pilastro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1718), 2611-2620, 2011
722011
Do unattractive friends make you look better? Context-dependent male mating preferences in the guppy
C Gasparini, G Serena, A Pilastro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1756), 20123072, 2013
662013
Female presence influences sperm velocity in the guppy
C Gasparini, AV Peretti, A Pilastro
Biology Letters 5 (6), 792-794, 2009
522009
Delineating the roles of males and females in sperm competition
JP Evans, P Rosengrave, C Gasparini, NJ Gemmell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1772), 20132047, 2013
452013
Female guppies shorten brood retention in response to predator cues
JP Evans, C Gasparini, A Pilastro
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (5), 719-727, 2007
452007
Pattern of inbreeding depression, condition dependence, and additive genetic variance in Trinidadian guppy ejaculate traits
C Gasparini, A Devigili, R Dosselli, A Pilastro
Ecology and evolution 3 (15), 4940-4953, 2013
392013
Colorful male guppies do not provide females with fecundity benefits
A Pilastro, C Gasparini, C Boschetto, JP Evans
Behavioral Ecology 19 (2), 374-381, 2008
362008
Cross‐generational effects of sexual harassment on female fitness in the guppy
C Gasparini, A Devigili, A Pilastro
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (2), 532-543, 2012
352012
Major histocompatibility complex similarity and sexual selection: different does not always mean attractive
C Gasparini, L Congiu, A Pilastro
Molecular ecology 24 (16), 4286-4295, 2015
302015
The expression of pre-and postcopulatory sexually selected traits reflects levels of dietary stress in guppies
MM Rahman, GM Turchini, C Gasparini, F Norambuena, JP Evans
PLoS One 9 (8), e105856, 2014
262014
Sperm storage by males causes changes in sperm phenotype and influences the reproductive fitness of males and their sons
C Gasparini, R Dosselli, JP Evans
Evolution letters 1 (1), 16-25, 2017
252017
Quantitative genetic insights into the coevolutionary dynamics of male and female genitalia
JP Evans, E Van Lieshout, C Gasparini
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130749, 2013
232013
The effect of sperm production and mate availability on patterns of alternative mating tactics in the guppy
S Cattelan, JP Evans, A Pilastro, C Gasparini
Animal behaviour 112, 105-110, 2016
222016
Ovarian fluid mediates the temporal decline in sperm viability in a fish with sperm storage
C Gasparini, JP Evans
PLoS One 8 (5), e64431, 2013
222013
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