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1. Ectoparásitos en cabras salvajes de las Islas Galápagos.

by Márquez, C.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Puerto Ayora, Ecuador Estación Científica Charles Darwin 1991Availability: No items available
2. Effects of host sociality on ectoparasite population biology

by Whiteman, Noah K.; Parker, Patricia G.

Source: Journal of Parasitology 90(5)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2004Availability: No items available
3. Los Acaros ectoparásitos de Amblyrhynchus cristatus Bell (Sauria: Iguanidae) como trazadores zoogeograficos, en las Islas Galápagos, Ecuador. Gadsden, H., Guerra, G.

by Gadsden, H., Guerra, G.

Source: Folia Entomológica Mexicana 83Material type: article Article Publisher: 1991Availability: No items available
4. Coextinction dilemma in the Galápagos Islands: Can Darwin’s finches and their native ectoparasites survive the control of the introduced fly Philornis downsi?

by Bulgarella, Mariana.

Source: Insect Conservation and DiversityMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 2017Online access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
5. Some laelapine mites (ACARI: LAELAPIDAE) ectoparasitic on small mammals in the Galapagos Islands, including a new species of gigantolaelaps from aegialomys galapagoensis.

by Gettinger, Donald | Martins-Hatan, Fernanda | Gardner, Scott L.

Source: J. Parasitol, Material type: article Article Publisher: 2011Online access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
6. Coextinction dilemma in the Galápagos Islands: can Darwin’s finches and their native ectoparasites survive the control of the introduced fly Philornis downsi?

by Bulgarella, Mariana | Palma, Ricardo.

Source: Insect Conservation and Diversity.Material type: article Article Online access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available

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