Denise Heliana Campo

Denise Heliana Campo
Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia" · Mastozoología

PhD student in Biological Sciences

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Introduction
My research focuses on systemactics between tribes of Sigmodntinae (Rodentia, Cricetidae). The mail goal is to provide review its taxonomys under a phylogenetic framework using several types of evidence.
Additional affiliations
April 2020 - November 2021
Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia"
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • I work in phylogeny and systematics of a diverse rodents subfamily, Sigmodontinae. The aim of my study is to clarify relationships among the subfamily tribes as well as developing a clear evolution hypothesis.
March 2018 - present
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Biology teacher at a pre-grad school which is regulated by the university of Buenos Aires.
March 2016 - June 2018
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Teaching Assistant at grad course Evolution
Education
June 2020 - May 2025
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Field of study
  • PhD in Biological Sciences
July 2007 - March 2016
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Field of study
  • Biological Sciences

Publications

Publications (18)
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The subfamily Dolichotinae (Rodentia, Caviidae) includes two living species (Dolichotis patagonum and D. salinicola) of cursorial, long-legged rodents that inhabit semiarid thorn scrubs and shrublands in southern South America. Some authors consider that the morphological differences between D. patagonum and D. salinicola warrant circumscription of...
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Recent analyses resulted in the recognition of a single species of the genus Megatherium in the pampas of Argentina. The finding of a specimen consisting on a dentary and femur from the late Pleistocene of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, indicates that a very small-sized species of the genus was present in the Pampean Region. This allows revalida...
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The aim of the present contribution is to describe large felipedid footprints from a new ichnological site from the Late Pleistocene of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. The prints are referred as the new ichnospecies Felipeda miramarensis nov. ichnosp. Based on size and morphology, this new ichnotaxon may have been produced by the large machairodo...
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The genus Galea (Rodentia, Caviidae) includes five living and two extinct species of terrestrial and herbivorous cavies that inhabit grasslands and rocky scrub areas at both high and low elevations in South America. Fossil samples from the late Pleistocene-Holocene from central-eastern Argentina have been referred to as Galea sp., G musteloides or...
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Introducción Los estudios filogeográficos se han enfocado en la búsqueda de linajes de evolución independiente dentro de las especies, principalmente a través del análisis de marcadores moleculares. Los resultados de estas aproximaciones han permitido explicar la variación genética entre poblaciones a través de la correlación con su variación espac...
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Lineage delimitation is of extreme importance in evolutionary biology and constitutes an essential tool in basic and applied fields including conservation. We addressed the delimitation of two closely related species complexes of South American rodents of the genus Ctenomys (tuco-tucos), namely the C. pearsoni and Corrientes groups, whose relations...
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Introducción Los representantes del género Ctenomys que habitan en la provincia de Corrientes constituyen un complejo de especies y formas muy cercanamente relacionadas. Aunque en muchos casos los límites de especies no están claramente establecidos. En base al marcador mitocondrial citocromo b (cyt-b) se han obtenido filogenias de topología contra...

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