Carlos Pascacio-Villafán
Carlos Pascacio-Villafán
Instituto de Ecología, A.C. (INECOL)
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Resource allocation and compensation during development in holometabolous insects
D Nestel, NT Papadopoulos, C Pascacio-Villafán, N Righini, ...
Journal of Insect Physiology 95, 78-88, 2016
Agroecosystem resilience to an invasive insect species that could expand its geographical range in response to global climate change
M Aluja, A Birke, M Ceymann, L Guillén, E Arrigoni, D Baumgartner, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 186, 54-63, 2014
Nutritional and non-nutritional food components modulate phenotypic variation but not physiological trade-offs in an insect
C Pascacio-Villafán, T Williams, A Birke, M Aluja
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
Costly nutritious diets do not necessarily translate into better performance of artificially reared fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)
C Pascacio-Villafán, T Williams, J Sivinski, A Birke, M Aluja
Journal of Economic Entomology 108 (1), 53-59, 2015
Modeling the cost-effectiveness of insect rearing on artificial diets: a test with a tephritid fly used in the sterile insect technique
C Pascacio-Villafán, A Birke, T Williams, M Aluja
PloS one 12 (3), e0173205, 2017
Mixture-amount design and response surface modeling to assess the effects of flavonoids and phenolic acids on developmental performance of Anastrepha ludens
C Pascacio-Villafán, S Lapointe, T Williams, J Sivinski, R Niedz, M Aluja
Journal of chemical ecology 40 (3), 297-306, 2014
Agar and Carrageenan as Cost-Effective Gelling Agents in Yeast-Reduced Artificial Diets for Mass-Rearing Fruit Flies and Their Parasitoids
C Pascacio-Villafán, L Guillén, M Aluja
Insects 11 (131), 1-20, 2020
Structural Differences in the Digestive Tract Between Females and Males Could Modulate Regurgitation Behavior in Anastrepha ludens (Diptera: Tephritidae)
L Guillén, C Pascacio-Villafán, JG Stoffolano Jr, L López-Sánchez, ...
Journal of Insect Science 19 (4), 7, 2019
Host Plant and Antibiotic Effects on Scent Bouquet Composition of Anastrepha ludens and Anastrepha obliqua Calling Males, Two Polyphagous Tephritid Pests
M Aluja, G Cabagne, A Altúzar-Molina, C Pascacio-Villafán, E Enciso, ...
Insects 11 (309), 2020
Insights into the Interaction between the Monophagous Tephritid Fly Anastrepha acris and its Highly Toxic Host Hippomane mancinella (Euphorbiaceae)
M Aluja, C Pascacio-Villafán, A Altúzar-Molina, J Monribot-Villanueva, ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology 46, 430-441, 2020
Effects of Larval Density and Support Substrate in Liquid Diet on Productivity and Quality of Artificially Reared Anastrepha ludens (Diptera: Tephritidae)
C Pascacio-Villafán, L Guillén, T Williams, M Aluja
Journal of economic entomology 111 (5), 2281–2287, 2018
Pupation Substrate Type and Volume Affect Pupation, Quality Parameters and Production Costs of a Reproductive Colony of Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) VIENNA 8 …
C Pascacio-Villafán, L Quintero-Fong, L Guillén, JP Rivera-Ciprian, ...
Insects 12 (337), 2021
Diet quality and conspecific larval density predict functional trait variation and performance in a polyphagous frugivorous fly
C Pascacio‐Villafán, N Righini, D Nestel, A Birke, L Guillén, M Aluja
Functional Ecology 36 (5), 1163-1176, 2022
Coping with global warming: Adult thermal thresholds in four pestiferous Anastrepha species determined under experimental laboratory conditions and development/survival times …
L Guillén, C Pascacio-Villafán, I Osorio-Paz, R Ortega-Casas, ...
Frontiers in Physiology 13 (991923), 1-23, 2022
Capítulo 10 Ecología química de moscas de la fruta (diptera: tephritidae)
VL Guillén, R Lasa, CA Pascacio-Villafán
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