Iván de la Hera
Iván de la Hera
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
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Effects of spring temperatures on the strength of selection on timing of reproduction in a long-distance migratory bird
ME Visser, P Gienapp, A Husby, M Morrisey, I de la Hera, F Pulido, C Both
PLoS Biol 13 (4), e1002120, 2015
972015
Migratory behaviour affects the trade-off between feather growth rate and feather quality in a passerine bird
I de la Hera, J Perez-Tris, JL Telleria
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97 (1), 98-105, 2009
782009
Finding the appropriate variables to model the distribution of vector‐borne parasites with different environmental preferences: climate is not enough
A Pérez‐Rodríguez, S Fernández‐González, I de la Hera, J Pérez‐Tris
Global change biology 19 (11), 3245–3253, 2013
522013
Climate change leads to differential shifts in the timing of annual cycle stages in a migratory bird
BM Tomotani, H van der Jeugd, P Gienapp, I de la Hera, J Pilzecker, ...
Global change biology 24, 823-835, 2018
472018
Relationships among timing of moult, moult duration and feather mass in long‐distance migratory passerines
I De La Hera, J Pérez‐Tris, JL Tellería
Journal of Avian Biology 41 (6), 609-614, 2010
422010
Variation in the mechanical properties of flight feathers of the blackcap Sylvia atricapilla in relation to migration
I De La Hera, A Hedenström, J Pérez‐Tris, JL Tellería
Journal of Avian Biology 41 (3), 342-347, 2010
392010
How much variation in the molt duration of passerines can be explained by the growth rate of tail feathers?
I De la Hera, SV Schaper, JA Díaz, J Pérez-Tris, S Bensch, JL Tellería
The Auk 128 (2), 321-329, 2011
382011
A comparative study of migratory behaviour and body mass as determinants of moult duration in passerines
I De La Hera, JA Díaz, J Pérez‐Tris, J Luis Tellería
Journal of Avian Biology 40 (4), 461-465, 2009
372009
Morphological variation as a tool for monitoring bird populations: a review
JL Tellería, I de la Hera, J Pérez-Tris
Ardeola 60, 191-224, 2013
322013
Habitat distribution of migratory and sedentary blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla wintering in southern Iberia: a morphological and biogeochemical approach
I de la Hera, J Pérez‐Tris, JL Tellería
Journal of Avian Biology 43 (4), 333-340, 2012
292012
Testing the validity of discriminant function analyses based on bird morphology: the case of migratory and sedentary blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla wintering in southern Iberia
I de la Hera, J Perez-Tris, JL Telleria
Ardeola 54 (1), 81-91, 2007
262007
Exotic tree plantations and avian conservation in northern Iberia: a view from a nest–box monitoring study
I de la Hera, J Arizaga, A Galarza
Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 36, 153-163, 2013
242013
Longitudinal data reveal ontogenetic changes in the wing morphology of a long‐distance migratory bird
I de la Hera, F Pulido, ME Visser
Ibis 156 (1), 209-214, 2014
212014
Migratory behavior and differential resource allocation between wing and tail feathers in a passerine bird
I de la Hera, J Pérez-Tris, JL Tellería
The Auk 127 (3), 647-652, 2010
192010
Migratory and resident Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla wintering in southern Spain show no resource partitioning
J Luis Tellería, M Blázquez, I De La Hera, J Pérez‐Tris
Ibis 155, 750-761, 2013
182013
Different space preferences and within-host competition promote niche partitioning between symbiotic feather mite species
S Fernández-González, A Pérez-Rodríguez, I de la Hera, HC Proctor, ...
international Journal for Parasitology 45 (9-10), 655-662, 2015
172015
Evolution of seasonal transmission patterns in avian blood-borne parasites
A Pérez-Rodríguez, I de la Hera, S Bensch, J Pérez-Tris
International journal for parasitology 45 (9-10), 605-611, 2015
172015
Global warming will reshuffle the areas of high prevalence and richness of three genera of avian blood parasites
A Pérez‐Rodríguez, I de la Hera, S Fernández‐González, J Pérez‐Tris
Global change biology 20, 2406–2416, 2014
172014
Vertical transmission in feather mites: insights into its adaptive value
J DOÑA, J POTTI, I DE LA HERA, G BLANCO, O FRÍAS, R JOVANI
Ecological Entomology 42, 492–499, 2017
162017
Feather mass and winter moult extent are heritable but not associated with fitness-related traits in a long-distance migratory bird
I de la Hera, TE Reed, F Pulido, ME Visser
Evolutionary Ecology 27, 1199-1216, 2013
162013
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