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Abstract. The first hostplant record on Prosopis tamarugo (Fabaceae) is given for the Chilean green stink bug Chinavia chilensis… Expand Abstract Blood parasites exert significant selective pressure, which can alter population dynamics, and the introduction of new… Expand Prosopis tamarugo Phil. is a strict phreatophyte tree species endemic to the “Pampa del Tamarugal”, Atacama Desert. The… Expand Prosopis tamarugo Phil. is a legume tree native to the Atacama Desert, Chile. Tamarugo has physiological characteristics that are… Expand The Tamarugo conebill (Conirostrum tamarugense) is a rare bird. endemic of the desert of northern Chile and southern Per… Expand FORD, E. R. 1956. Birds of the Chicago region. Chicago Acad. Sci. Spec. Publ. 12. FREEMARK, ., AND B. COLLINS. 1992. Landscape… Expand I studied Tamarugo Conebill (Conirostrum tamarugense) populations at the Pampa de1 Tamarugal National Reserve in northern Chile… Expand