Castro-Cardoso, M., Trigos-Peral, G., Chiara, V., Cordero-Rivera, A., & Sanmartín-Villar, I. (2024). Adaptation to new resources: interaction between introduced psyllids and native and exotic ants in Eucalyptus plantations in NW Spain. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 1-11.



Kim, S.-Y.Chiara, V.Álvarez-Quintero, N.da Silva, A., & Velando, A. (2023). Maternal effect senescence via reduced DNA repair ability in the three-spined sticklebackMolecular Ecology3246484659

Chiara V. & Kim S.Y. (2023). AnimalTA: a highly flexible and easy-to-use program for tracking and analyzing animal movement in different environments. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 141699– 1707



Sanmartín-Villar I., Cruz da Silva E., Chiara V., Cordero-Rivera A. & Lorenzo-Carballa M.O. (2022). Genetic divergence and aggressiveness within a supercolony of the invasive ant Linepithema humile. NeoBiota. 77: 125-153. 

Chiara V., Arrufat P. & Jeanson R. (2022). A variable refractory period increases collective performance in noisy environments. PNAS. 119, e2115103119. 

Kim S.Y., Chiara V., Álvarez-Quintero N., & Velando A. (2022). Mitochondrial DNA content in eggs as a maternal effect. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 289, 20212100. 

Chiara V., Velando A. & Kim SY. (2022). Relationships between male secondary sexual traits, physiological state and offspring viability in the three-spined stickleback. BMC Ecology and Evolution. 22, 4. 



Álvarez-Quintero N., Chiara V. & Kim S.Y (2021). Trap versus net: Behavioural sampling bias caused by capture method in three-spined sticklebacks. Behavioural Processes. 92, 104504. 



Chiara V. & Jeanson R. (2020). Influence of past and current social contexts on hunting behaviour in spiderlings. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 74, 87. 



Chiara V., Ramon-Portugal F. & Jeanson R. (2019). Social intolerance is a not a cause, but a consequence of dispersal in spiders. PLOS Biology. 17, e3000319. 



Ruhland F., Chiara V. & Trabalon M. (2016). Age and egg-sac loss determine maternal behavior and locomotor activity of wolf spiders (Araneae, Lycosidae). Behavioral Processes. 132, 57-65.