Cristina Tuni
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Death feigning in the face of sexual cannibalism
T Bilde, C Tuni, R Elsayed, S Pekár, S Toft
Biology Letters 2 (1), 23-25, 2006
Nuptial gifts of male spiders: sensory exploitation of the female's maternal care instinct or foraging motivation?
T Bilde, C Tuni, R Elsayed, S Pekar, S Toft
Animal Behaviour 73 (2), 267-273, 2007
Worthless donations: male deception and female counter play in a nuptial gift-giving spider
MJ Albo, G Winther, C Tuni, S Toft, T Bilde
BMC evolutionary biology 11, 1-8, 2011
Female crickets assess relatedness during mate guarding and bias storage of sperm towards unrelated males
C Tuni, M Beveridge, LW Simmons
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (6), 1261-1268, 2013
Polyandrous females acquire indirect benefits in a nuptial feeding species
C Tuni, MJ Albo, T Bilde
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (6), 1307-1316, 2013
Crickets become behaviourally more stable when raised under higher temperatures
PT Niemelä, PP Niehoff, C Gasparini, N Dingemanse, C Tuni
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73 (6), 81, 2019
Silk wrapping of nuptial gifts aids cheating behaviour in male spiders
PG Ghislandi, M Beyer, P Velado, C Tuni
Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), 744-749, 2017
Sex roles and sex ratios in animals
PM Kappeler, S Benhaiem, C Fichtel, L Fromhage, OP Höner, ...
Biological Reviews 98 (2), 462-480, 2023
Male preference and female cues: males assess female sexual maturity and mating status in a web-building spider
C Tuni, R Berger-Tal
Behavioral Ecology 23 (3), 582-587, 2012
Paternal-effects in a terrestrial ectotherm are temperature dependent but no evidence for adaptive effects
G Clelia, L ChuChu, D Niels, T Cristina
Functional Ecology, 2018
No preference for novel mating partners in the polyandrous nuptial-feeding spider Pisaura mirabilis (Araneae: Pisauridae)
C Tuni, T Bilde
Animal Behaviour 80 (3), 435-442, 2010
Reduced light avoidance in spiders from populations in light-polluted urban environments
TJ Czaczkes, AM Bastidas-Urrutia, P Ghislandi, C Tuni
The Science of Nature 105, 64, 2018
Resource availability, mating opportunity and sexual selection intensity influence the expression of male alternative reproductive tactics
PG Ghislandi, S Pekár, M Matzke, S Schulte‐Döinghaus, T Bilde, C Tuni
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 31, 1035 -1046, 2018
Evolution of deceit by worthless donations in a nuptial gift-giving spider
PG Ghislandi, MJ Albo, C Tuni, T Bilde
Current Zoology 60 (1), 43-51, 2014
Male spiders reduce pre- and post-mating sexual investment in response to sperm competition risk
C Tuni, S Weber, T Bilde, G Uhl
Behavioral Ecology 28 (4), 1030-1036, 2017
Sperm competition when transfer is dangerous
C Tuni, J Schneider, G Uhl, ME Herberstein
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1813), 20200073, 2020
Moderate multiple parentage and low genetic variation reduces the potential for genetic incompatibility avoidance despite high risk of inbreeding
C Tuni, S Goodacre, J Bechsgaard, T Bilde
PLoS One 7 (1), e29636, 2012
Increased developmental density decreases the magnitude of indirect genetic effects expressed during agonistic interactions in an insect
C Han, C Tuni, J Ulcik, N Dingemanse
Evolution, 2018
Impaired sperm quality, delayed mating but no costs for offspring fitness in crickets winning a fight
C Tuni, J Perdigón Ferreira, Y Fritz, A Munoz Meneses, C Gasparini
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (8), 1643-1647, 2016
Does silk mediate chemical communication between the sexes in a nuptial feeding spider?
M Beyer, TJ Czaczkes, C Tuni
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 72, 1-9, 2018
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