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Alexandre V. Palaoro
Alexandre V. Palaoro
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Niche conservatism and the potential for the crayfish Procambarus clarkii to invade South America
AV Palaoro, MM Dalosto, GC Costa, S Santos
Freshwater Biology 58 (7), 1379-1391, 2013
662013
Weaponry and defenses in fighting animals: how allometry can alter predictions from contest theory
AV Palaoro, M Briffa
Behavioral Ecology 28 (1), 328-336, 2017
452017
All by myself? Meta‐analysis of animal contests shows stronger support for self than for mutual assessment models
NS Pinto, AV Palaoro, PEC Peixoto
Biological Reviews 94 (4), 1430-1442, 2019
372019
Freshwater decapod (Aegla longirostri) uses a mixed assessment strategy to resolve contests
AV Palaoro, MM Dalosto, JR Costa, S Santos
Animal Behaviour 95, 71-79, 2014
362014
The longer the better: evidence that narwhal tusks are sexually selected
ZA Graham, E Garde, MP Heide-Jørgensen, AV Palaoro
Biology letters 16 (3), 20190950, 2020
342020
Modulation of male aggressiveness through different communication pathways
AV Palaoro, L Ayres-Peres, S Santos
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1-10, 2013
272013
Aggressiveness and life underground: the case of burrowing crayfish
MM Dalosto, AV Palaoro, JR Costa, S Santos
Behaviour, 3-22, 2013
262013
How to deal with a bad neighbor? Strategies of sympatric freshwater decapods (Crustacea) for coexistence
JS Baumart, MM Dalosto, AS Gonçalves, AV Palaoro, S Santos
Hydrobiologia 762, 29-39, 2015
252015
One step ahead of the enemy: investigating aggressive interactions between invasive and native crayfish before the contact in nature
MM Dalosto, AV Palaoro, C Souty-Grosset, SLS Bueno, TG Loureiro, ...
Biological invasions 17, 3503-3515, 2015
202015
Pay attention to the ladies: female aggressive behavior and weapon allometry provide clues for sexual selection in freshwater anomurans (Decapoda: Aeglidae)
MM Dalosto, L Ayres-Peres, PB Araujo, S Santos, AV Palaoro
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73, 1-11, 2019
192019
Mother-offspring relationship in the Neotropical burrowing crayfish Parastacus pilimanus (Von Martens, 1869) (Decapoda, Parastacidae)
MM Dalosto, AV Palaoro, S Santos
Crustaceana 85 (11), 1305-1315, 2012
192012
Fight intensity correlates with stronger and more mechanically efficient weapons in three species of Aegla crabs
AV Palaoro, PEC Peixoto, F Benso-Lopes, DS Boligon, S Santos
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 74, 1-11, 2020
182020
Population biology of Aegla platensis (Decapoda: Anomura: Aeglidae) in a tributary of the Uruguay River, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
MM Dalosto, AV Palaoro, D Oliveira, É Samuelsson, S Santos
Zoologia (Curitiba) 31, 215-222, 2014
172014
Assessing the importance of burrows through behavioral observations of Parastacus brasiliensis, a Neotropical burrowing crayfish (Crustacea), in laboratory …
AV Palaoro, MM Dalosto, C Coutinho, S Santos
Zoological Studies 52, 1-8, 2013
172013
How variable is agonistic behavior among crab species? A case study on freshwater anomurans (C rustacea: D ecapoda: A eglidae)
L Ayres‐Peres, PB Araujo, CG Jara, AV Palaoro, S Santos
Journal of Zoology 297 (2), 115-122, 2015
162015
How does environment influence fighting? The effects of tidal flow on resource value and fighting costs in sea anemones
AV Palaoro, M Velasque, S Santos, M Briffa
Biology Letters 13 (5), 20170011, 2017
142017
Regenerated claws of the virile crayfish Faxonius virilis (Hagen, 1870) (Decapoda: Astacidea: Cambaridae) generate weaker pinching forces compared to original …
ZA Graham, C Vargas, MJ Angilletta Jr, AV Palaoro
Journal of Crustacean Biology 41 (3), ruab036, 2021
122021
Predicting the invasive potential of the cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi Sars, 1885 (Crustacea: Cladocera: Daphniidae) in the Neotropics: are generalists threatened and relicts …
FDR Sousa, AV Palaoro, LMA Elmoor-Loureiro, AA Kotov
Journal of limnology 76 (2), 2017
122017
Mate preference in the neotropical freshwater crab Aegla longirostri (Decapoda: Anomura): does the size matter?
AF Siqueira, AV Palaoro, S Santos
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 46 (4), 219-227, 2013
122013
Fighting scars: heavier gladiator frogs bear more injuries than lighter frogs
A Candaten, AG Possenti, ÁA Mainardi, MC da Rocha, AV Palaoro
acta ethologica 23, 39-44, 2020
112020
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