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Spatial and seasonal variation of avian malaria infections in five different land use types within a Neotropical montane forest matrix
Seasonality as well as habitat destruction can alter host-parasite interactions. The montane cloud forest of Veracruz State in Mexico has been transformed into agro-ecosystems and cities. The aim ofExpand
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Multi-taxonomic diversity patterns in a neotropical green city: a rapid biological assessment
The growing number of urban ecology studies has raised concern about the importance of comprehending the ecological patterns and processes of urban areas in order to manage and plan them properly. InExpand
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City “Green” Contributions: The Role of Urban Greenspaces as Reservoirs for Biodiversity
Urbanization poses important environmental, social, and ecological pressures, representing a major threat to biodiversity. However, urban areas are highly heterogeneous, with some greenspaces (e.g.,Expand
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Birds of a neotropical green city: an up-to-date review of the avifauna of the city of Xalapa with additional unpublished records
Although urbanization poses severe threats to biodiversity, some wildlife groups manage to thrive within urban areas. Among wildlife, birds are a highly diverse, charismatic and well-known group,Expand
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Where are the birds in the matrix? Avian diversity in a Neotropical landscape mosaic
ABSTRACT Studying the anthropogenic components of landscapes can provide a solid groundwork to better understand ecological patterns and processes. In this study, we assessed bird species richnessExpand
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This article presents the results of a survey of the relative abundance and species composition of birds in a 12 km 2 section of upper cloud forest in the El Triunfo Biosphere Reserve, Chiapas,Expand
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Nuevos registros y notas adicionales comentadas sobre la avifauna de la ciudad de Xalapa, Veracruz, México.
El conocimiento detallado de la avifauna en una region constituye una valiosa base de datos que permite examinar cambios temporales de la riqueza y tamanos poblacionales de las especies, paraExpand
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Some Aspects of the Reproductive Biology of the Mexican Sheartail (Doricha eliza) in Central Veracruz
Abstract. The Mexican Sheartail (Doricha eliza) is a hummingbird endemic to Mexico, where it occurs in disjunct populations in the states of Yucatan and Veracruz. In neither area has the species'Expand
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Window strikes: bird collisions in a Neotropical green city
Window strikes are among the most worrisome causes of bird mortality. Being responsible for billions of avian deaths, bird-window collisions have been widely studied in the US and Canada, with fewExpand
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