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Hybrids of invasive bleak Alburnus alburnus and native endemic calandino Squalius alburnoides complex and Southern Iberian chub Squalius pyrenaicus were found in the River Jarama (Tagus River basin, central Spain). Morphological analyses show that hybrids are intermediate in shape between the parent species. Molecular mitochondrial and nuclear analyses(More)
Anthropogenic environmental change is causing unprecedented rates of population extirpation and altering the setting of range limits for many species. Significant population declines may occur however before any reduction in range is observed. Determining and modelling the factors driving population size and trends is consequently critical to predict(More)
We used two different approaches involving two organizational levels and spatial scales to explore altitudinal and latitudinal variation in life histories of non-anadromous brown trout Salmo trutta. First, we studied the factors influencing the maturation of individuals from populations in northern Spain. Second, we explored the effects of altitude (range(More)
(2014). Vaginal application of orodispersible drugs for schizophrenia presenting with agitation and aggression. al. (2014). Effects of psychotherapy in combination with pharmacotherapy, when compared to pharmacotherapy only on blood pressure, depression, and anxiety in female patients with hypertension. Journal of health psychology. al. (2014). Comparing(More)
Acipenser oxyrinchus is considered extirpated in Europe, but numerous breeding populations still exist on the Atlantic coast of North America. An adult female A. oxyrinchus, 2500 mm total length and 120 kg wet weight, was accidentally fished on 24 November 2010 near the coast of Gijón, Asturias, Spain. The fish was identified by its morphological pattern as(More)
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