Felipe Suazo Lara

Felipe Suazo Lara
University of Chile · Departamento de Ciencias Biológicas Animales

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Frogs (Anura) are nowadays common and abundant constituents of terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems near globally and their fossil record shows that they were already important during Cretaceous times. However, their fossils are often very incomplete, challenging their identification, which, coupled to historical reasons, has led to their marginal...
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The Laguna de Tagua Tagua has yielded two important late Pleistocene archaeological sites, Taguatagua 1 and Taguatagua 2, in which a clear early human exploitation of megafauna has been recorded. Particularly in Taguatagua 1 (TT-1), here re-dated around 12,600 cal yr BP, an abundant small faunal assemblage was also recovered, which had not been pre...
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El objetivo del presente estudio es caracterizar la fauna de anfibios y reptiles de los partidos de Avellaneda y Quilmes, un sector suburbano de la costa nordeste de la provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina. El área se visitó esporádicamente entre 2005 y 2014, y con visitas sistematizadas entre este año y 2017. Se dividió el área de estudio en cuatr...
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In South American rivers, Eichhornia crassipes and other floating plants intertwine and form floating rafts commonly known as "camalotales" which are especially abundant during flooding periods. During extraordinary floods, hectares of floating mats are drifted by the Plata Basin Rivers. In the Río de la Plata several reports suggest that many anim...
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Floating meadows known as “camalotales” are important way of biogeographical dispersal at the Río de la Plata basin. However, the fauna transported in these rafts is a scarce studied topic. This work presents a survey of this fauna, for which different localities of its coast were visited after the floods in the summer season from December 2015 to...
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In this paper we present an analysis of bird species present in different vegetational units of the Avellaneda and Quilmes Departments. The study was made on a 300 hectares area (more than 3.000.000 m2). As a result 124 avian species were recorded at the Coast Woods, Wetlands, and Tala Woods. In spite of being highly depauperate due to invasion of...
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This work includes the partial results of the prospections made in order to record the biological richness of the La Plata River coastal area at Avellaneda and Quilmes departments. Here we provide a description of the environment and the results of the studies of Opiliones, Mygalomorphae, and Chilopoda taxocenosis. The results are contrasted with t...

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