Galapagos Research Vol. 70

formerly Noticias de Galápagos

Journal of Science and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands

Date:
2021
File Size:
27.60 MB
Author:
 
  • Luis Ortiz-Catedral, Eli Christian, Walter Chimborazo, 2021, A Galapagos Centipede Scolopendra galapagoensis preys on a Floreana Racer Pseudalsophis biserialis - Galapagos Research 70: 2-4
  • Manuel Nogales, Carlos Vera, 2021, First breeding record of the Galapagos Flycatcher Myiarchus magnirostris on Daphne Major islet - Galapagos Research 70: 4-5
  • J.L. Renteria, R. Atkinson, C. Crespo, M.R. Gardener, 2021, The role of light in Hill Blackberry Rubus niveus invasion of a Galapagos Scalesia forest - Galapagos Research 70: 6-12
  • K. Thalia Grant, 2021, First record of Black-crowned Night-Heron Nycticorax nycticorax breeding in Galapagos - Galapagos Research 70: 13-18
  • K. Thalia Grant, Gregory B. Estes, 2021, The park monuments of Galapagos: a history and tribute - Galapagos Research 70: 19 - 31
  • K. Thalia Grant, Gregory B. Estes, 2021, First evidence of Chilean Flamingo Phoenicopterus chilensis breeding in Galapagos - Galapagos Research 70: 32 - 37
  • Gustavo Jiménez-Uzcátegui, Luis Vasco, Andrea Loyola Herrera, Johannes Ramírez Kastdalen, R. Lenin Vinueza, 2021, First record of the nematode Stephanurus dentatus in feral artiodactyls on the Galapagos Islands - Galapagos Research 70: 38 - 40
  • Alex Lichtblau, Michael G. Anderson, Christian Sevilla, Danny Rueda, 2021, First report of co-occurrence of two species of mockingbird in the Galapagos Islands: a San Cristóbal Mockingbird Mimus melanotis in a population of Floreana Mockingbird M. trifasciatus - Galapagos Research 70: 41 - 44
 
 
 
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