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Researchers track nocturnal flight to reduce seabird mortality due to light pollution
The LuMinAves project in which the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC) participates has collected data to manage the seabird mortality induced by artificial lights, an important phenomenon...
About Researchers track nocturnal flight to reduce seabird mortality due to light pollution
Consequences of the defaunation of the Canarian frugivorous lizards
Defaunation of large-bodied frugivores could be causing severe losses of crucial ecosystem functions such as seed dispersal. This study tested whether human-induced defaunation of the Canarian...
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The spatial distribution of an insular cliff-nesting raptor community
The specific spatial distribution and habitat association are major issues in ecology and conservation. Nesting sites of five cliff-nesting raptors (Egyptian vulture [a locally extinct species],...
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Downsized mutualisms: Consequences of seed dispersers’ body-size reduction for early plant recruitment
In this study the consequences of body-size reduction of Giant Canarian lizards (g. Gallotia, Lacertidae) on the recruitment of Neochamaelea pulverulenta (Rutaceae), an endemic shrub relying...
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Nectar and pollen of the invasive century plant Agave americana as a food resource for endemic birds
Invasive species are one of the major causes of biodiversity loss, especially in island ecosystems. However, introduced plants can also bring positive effects to the ecosystem by providing feeding...
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