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Coextinction dilemma in the Galápagos Islands: (Registro nro. 13126)

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Edition number 22
Classification number 598.883
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Personal name Bulgarella, Mariana.
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Title Coextinction dilemma in the Galápagos Islands:
Remainder of title can Darwin’s finches and their native ectoparasites survive the control of the introduced fly Philornis downsi?
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Summary, etc. 1. The survival of parasites is threatened directly by environmental alteration and indirectly by all the threats acting upon their hosts, facing coextinction.
2. The fate of Darwin’s finches and their native ectoparasites in the Galapagos Islands is uncertain because of an introduced avian parasitic fly, Philornis downsi, which could potentially drive them to extinction.
3. We documented all known native ectoparasites of Darwin’s finches. Thirteen species have been found: nine feather mites, three feather lice and one nest mite. No ticks or fleas have been recorded from them yet.
4. Management options being considered to control P. downsi include the use of the insecticide permethrin in bird nests which would not only kill the invasive fly larvae but the birds’ native ectoparasites too.
5. Parasites should be targeted for conservation in a manner equal to that of their hosts. We recommend steps to consider if permethrin-treated cotton stations are to be deployed in the Galapagos archipelago to manage P. downsi
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Language note English
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Uncontrolled term Chewing lice.
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Uncontrolled term Piojos de mascar.
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Uncontrolled term Coextinction.
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Uncontrolled term Coextinción.
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Uncontrolled term Darwin’s finches.
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Uncontrolled term Las manchas de Darwin.
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Uncontrolled term Dilemma.
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Uncontrolled term Dilema.
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Uncontrolled term Ectoparasites.
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Uncontrolled term Ectoparásitos.
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Uncontrolled term Feather mites.
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Uncontrolled term Ácaros de plumas.
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Uncontrolled term Galapagos Islands.
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Uncontrolled term Isla Galápagos.
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Uncontrolled term Permethrin.
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Uncontrolled term Philornis downsi.
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Personal name Palma, Ricardo.
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Related parts (February 2017), p. 1-7
Title Insect Conservation and Diversity.
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Uniform Resource Identifier http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/icad.12219
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