Castilla AR, Pope N, O'Connell M, Rodriguez MF, Trevino L, Santos A, Jha S. 2017. Adding landscape genetics and individual traits to the ecosystem function paradigm reveals importance of species functional breadth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Buide ML, del Valle JC, Castilla AR, Narbona E. 2017. Elevation, not deforestation, promotes genetic differentiation in a pioneer tropical tree. Environmental and Experimental Botany.
Castilla AR, Pope N, Jaffe R, Jha S. 2016. Elevation, not deforestation, promotes genetic differentiation in a pioneer tropical tree. PloS one 11: e0156694
Castilla AR, Alonso C, Herrera CM. 2016. To be or not to be better pollinated: differences between sex morphs in marginal gynodioecious populations. American Journal of Botany, Special Issue: “The Ecology and Evolution of Pollen Performance” 103: 388-395
Castilla AR, Pope N, Jha S. 2016. Positive density-dependent reproduction regulated by local kinship and size in an understorey tropical tree. Annals of Botany 117: 319-329
Jaffe R, Castilla AR, Pope N, Imperatriz-Fonseca VL, Metzger JP, Arias MC, Jha S. 2015. Landscape genetics of a tropical rescue pollinator. Conservation Genetics 17: 267-278.
Castilla AR, Alonso C, Herrera CM. 2015. Sex-specific phenotypic selection and geographic variation in gender divergence in a gynodioecious shrub. Plant Biology 17: 186-193
Castilla AR, Alonso C, Herrera CM. 2013. Herbivory at marginal populations: consequences for maternal fitness and vegetative differentiation. Acta Oecologica 49: 32-38
Castilla AR, Wiegand T, Alonso C, Herrera CM. 2012. Disturbance-dependent spatial distribution of sexes in a gynodioecious understory shrub. Basic and Applied Ecology 13: 405-413
Castilla AR, Alonso C, Herrera CM. 2012. Genetic structure of the shrub Daphne laureola across the Baetic Ranges, a Mediterranean glacial refugium and biodiversity hotspot. Plant Biology 14: 515-524
Castilla AR, Alonso C, Herrera CM. 2011. Exploring local borders of distribution in the shrub Daphne laureola: individual and populations traits. Acta Oecologica 37: 269-276