Matthias Galipaud
Matthias Galipaud
Department for Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Sciences, University of Zürich
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Ecologists overestimate the importance of predictor variables in model averaging: a plea for cautious interpretations
M Galipaud, MAF Gillingham, M David, FX Dechaume‐Moncharmont
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (10), 983-991, 2014
1132014
Confrontation of cryptic diversity and mate discrimination within Gammarus pulex and Gammarus fossarum species complexes
C Lagrue, R Wattier, M Galipaud, Z Gauthey, JP Rullmann, C Dubreuil, ...
Freshwater Biology 59 (12), 2555-2570, 2014
552014
A farewell to the sum of Akaike weights: The benefits of alternative metrics for variable importance estimations in model selection
M Galipaud, MAF Gillingham, FX Dechaume‐Moncharmont
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (12), 1668-1678, 2017
362017
Assortative mating by size without a size-based preference: the female-sooner norm as a mate-guarding criterion
M Galipaud, L Bollache, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont
Animal Behaviour 85, 35-41, 2013
252013
Does foreplay matter? Gammarus pulex females may benefit from long-lasting precopulatory mate guarding
M Galipaud, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont, A Oughadou, L Bollache
Biology Letters, 333-335, 2011
202011
Overestimation of the strength of size-assortative pairing in taxa with cryptic diversity: a case of Simpson's paradox
M Galipaud, L Bollache, R Wattier, C Dubreuil, ...
Animal Behaviour 102, 217-221, 2015
152015
Variations in infection levels and parasite-induced mortality among sympatric cryptic lineages of native amphipods and a congeneric invasive species: Are native hosts always …
M Galipaud, L Bollache, C Lagrue
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 6 (3), 439-447, 2017
92017
Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option
M Galipaud, L Bollache, A Oughadou, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 359-366, 2015
82015
Pairing success and sperm reserve of male Gammarus pulex infected by Cyathocephalus truncatus (Cestoda: Spathebothriidea)
M Galipaud, Z Gauthey, L Bollache
Parasitology 138 (11), 1429, 2011
72011
The curse of being single: both male and female Gammarus pulex benefit energetically from precopulatory mate guarding
C Iltis, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont, M Galipaud, J Moreau, L Bollache, ...
Animal Behaviour 130, 67-72, 2017
62017
Mate choice and male–male competition among morphologically cryptic but genetically divergent amphipod lineages
M Galipaud, Z Gauthey, J Turlin, L Bollache, C Lagrue
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69 (12), 1907-1916, 2015
62015
Sex, senescence, sources and sinks
M Galipaud, H Kokko
Functional Ecology 34 (1), 55-64, 2020
42020
Acanthocephalan infection patterns in amphipods: a reappraisal in the light of recently discovered host cryptic diversity
M Galipaud, L Bollache, C Lagrue
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 136 (1), 105-119, 2019
22019
Adaptation and plasticity in life-history theory: How to derive predictions.
M Galipaud, H Kokko
Evolution and Human Behavior, 2020
12020
Reproductive rhythms, variation in operational sex ratio and sexual selection in crustaceans
M Galipaud, JA Baeza, S Dennenmoser, M Thiel
Invertebrate Reproduction & Development 63 (3), 208-221, 2019
12019
Fluctuating dynamics of mate availability promote the evolution of flexible choosiness in both sexes
L Chevalier, J Labonne, M Galipaud, FX Dechaume-Moncharmont
2020
CRYPTIC DIVERSITY AND SEXUAL SELECTION
M Galipaud, L Bollache, C Lagrue
The Natural History of the Crustacea: Reproductive Biology: Volume VI, 447, 2020
2020
Transmissible cancers and the evolution of sex under the Red Queen hypothesis
TG Aubier, M Galipaud, EY Erten, H Kokko
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Transmissible cancers do not easily select for sexual reproduction
TG Aubier, M Galipaud, EY Erten, H Kokko
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Did we miss something? Acanthocephalan infection patterns in amphipods: a reappraisal in the light of recently discovered host cryptic diversity
M Galipaud, L Bollache, C Lagrue
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, Epub ahead of print, 2019
2019
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