Iñigo Sánchez

Iñigo Sánchez
Zoobotanico Jerez | ZOOBOTANICOJEREZ · Departamento Técnico

Biologist
Curator at Zoobotánico Jerez

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January 1997 - present
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Publications (154)
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NEW RECORDS OF THE EXOTIC AND INVASIVE ANT PARATRECHINA LONGICORNIS (LATREILLE, 1802) (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) IN SPAIN. La presencia de especies exóticas invasoras es uno de los mayores causantes de pérdida de biodiversidad actual y también pueden ocasionar un impacto negativo para el ser humano (Wilson, 2014). Algunas especies de hormigas invas...
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The occurrence of Calophya schini Tuthill 1959 (Hemiptera, Calophyidae) is reported for the first time in Spain. This psyllid feeds on leaves of Schinus molle L. (Anacardiaceae), and have been found as an incipient pest in several cities of Cádiz (Southern Spain). New localities in the Algarve (South of Portugal) are also reported.
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Se comentan varios casos de reproducción del águila pescadora en embalses de la provincia de Cádiz a finales del S XX y comienzos del XXI, antes de su reintroducción el la zona.
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Abstract. The description of the new trapdoor spider species Nemesia shenlongi sp. n. is provided, together with details of its habitat and burrow structure. The spider uses a round ball made of soil particles and saliva to plug part of its burrow and leave an isolated chamber for protection. The ball differs from all known ‘burrow-blocking structu...
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A new species of jumping spider, Phlegra blaugrana sp. nov., is described (♂♀, Cádiz Province, Spain). Phlegra nitidiventris Lucas, 1846 is redescribed, and the female is described for the first time. Phlegra sapphirina Thorell, 1875 syn. nov. is synonymized with P. nitidiventris. A distribution map for P. blaugrana sp. nov. and P. nitidiventris is...
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During recent surveys on leafhoppers in urban and agroecosystem areas in Europe the Oriental Hishimonus diffractus Dai, Fletcher & Zhang, 2013 (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae) has been found. This species, described from China and Thailand, is recorded here for the first time from Europe in the following countries: France, Portugal (Madeira), Spain, Gibra...
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Se describe y se compara con sus progenitores una nueva especie híbrida del género Narcissus (Amaryllidaceae): Narcissus × xereciensis nothosp. nov. Este híbrido es el resultado del cruce entre Narcissus papyraceus y Narcissus jonquilla subsp. cerrolazae y se ha localizado en la campiña de Jerez (Cádiz, España). Abstract A new hybrid species of the...
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: The list of the spiders recorded through the bioblitz held on May 21-22, 2016 at the “Dehesa San Francisco” (Santa Olalla de Cala, Huelva) is provided here and the chorological interest of every species is evaluated. From the 42 species found there (three of them identified just at genus level), figure that represents 31.8% of the total number...
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From 1999 to 2021, more than 2600 greater noctules (Nyctalus lasiopterus) were ringed over a large part of the Iberian Peninsula (52% females). The 18% of these noctules were recaptured at least once. Most of the recaptures (97%) took place in the same location that the ringing (roost or mist-netting) or within 5 km of this point, were carried out...
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Se aportan los primeros registros de la especie Erigone dentosa O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1894 (Araneae: Linyphiidae), originaria de América Central y del Norte, para la fauna del sur de la Península Ibérica, y se comentan aspectos sobre su variabilidad morfológica, ecología, fenología y posibles mecanismos de dispersión.
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Resumen: Hasta el primer tercio del siglo XX un aislado bosquete de pinsapos resistía en la vertiente noroeste de la Sierra de los Pinos (Villaluenga del Rosario). Posiblemente su extensión fue mayor pero las talas indiscriminadas para conseguir traviesas para las cercanas vías del ferrocarril Algeciras-Ronda fueron reduciendo su extensión. El orón...
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Se registra por primera vez para la península ibérica a Platygaster robiniae Buhl & Duso, 2008 parasitoide de Obolodiplosis robiniae (Haldeman, 1847) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), cecidómido que induce agallas en los foliolos de Robinia pseudoacacia L., del que se dan los primeros registros para el sur peninsular. First records of Platygaster robinia...
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Se registra la presencia de Sibthorpia peregrina L. en el Parque Natural de los Alcornocales (Cádiz) por primera vez en España. Se discute si esta especie, considerada hasta el momento endémica de Madeira, se encuentra aquí como un neófito de llegada reciente o por el contrario se trata de una especie relicta de distribución más amplia no detectada...
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The presence of Icerya seychellarum (Westwood, 1855) is recorded for the first time in the iberian peninsula. In addition, new ecological data of the species are provided, new nutritional plants and the association with different species of ants.
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Se confirma la expansión por el sur de la península ibérica de varias especies de hemípteros alóctonos, registrando por primera vez en Andalucía a Metcalfa pruinosa, Stictocephala bisonia, Thaumastocoris peregrinus, Corythucha ciliata y Arocatus longiceps. Se aportan también nuevas citas de Belonochilus numenius, Zelus renardii, Pentacora sphacelat...
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Se ha actuado a distintos niveles para conocer mejor la dinámica natural de la laguna a través del seguimiento de su hidroperiodo y otros parámetros, hacer un inventario exhaustivo de la biodiversidad de la laguna durante un ciclo anual, eliminar las especies exóticas invasoras presentes en la reserva, recuperar especies extintas en la laguna (Avel...
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In this work the list of known spider species in the province of Cadiz (Andalusia, Spain) is updated and expanded. Eleven new species are included for the province, of which six are cited for the first ime in Andalusia and one, Thyene phragmiigrada Metzner, 1999, for the Iberian Peninsula. The present number of recorded spider species in Cadiz provi...
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La crianza artificial (incubación de los huevos, alimentación manual de los pollos y su suelta en la naturaleza) es una herramienta usada frecuentemente en la conservación de especies amenazadas. Los individuos producidos por la cría en cautividad son usados en la reintroducción (i.e. son liberados en su área de distribución), introducción (i.e. so...
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Amarillo J.M., Cuadrado M., Pérez A. & Sánchez I. 2019. Resultados del muestreo nocturno de invertebrados realizado en el Parque Periurbano de la Suara (Jerez). Boletín El Corzo 7: 73-76. ---- El día 27 de Septiembre de 2019 se llevó a cabo un muestreo nocturno de invertebrados en el Parque Periurbano de La Suara (Jerez, de la Frontera, Cádiz, coor...
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Two new associations with Juniperus from southwestern Iberian PeninsulaPalabras clave. Juniperus, fitosociología, Cádiz, Huelva, España.Key words. Juniperus, phytosociology, Cadiz, Huelva, Spain.
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This document is a management plan for the Eurasian griffon (Gyps fulvus) ESB, European black (Aegypius monachus) EEP and Bearded (Gypaetus barbatus) vulture EEP and includes roles and some actions for the Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) EEP. The European vultures are globally not threatened, except for the Endangered Egyptian vulture (Tab...
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INTRODUCCIÓN La Fibra de Coco se obtiene del residuo de las fibras de los frutos del cocotero (Coco nucifera L.). Se emplea como sustrato en huertos y viveros, debido principalmente a que presenta una gran capacidad de retención de agua y un equilibrio entre la misma y la capacidad de aireación, evitando un exceso de humedad en las raíces que pueda...
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ENGLISH - Abstract. Here we present the results of the V Bioblitz organized by the SGHN (Natural History Society of Cadiz), held at Parque Metropolitano de los Toruños at Puerto Santa María-Puerto Real (Cadiz) over 24 h between 25-26 May 2019. There were 60 participants. The study site (around 1000 Ha) is a protected area that belongs to the Parque...
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Este documento expone los resultados de un muestreo intensivo durante el fin de semana del 1-2 de julio de 2017 en el PN Sierra de Baza (Granada), dentro de las actividades organizadas por la Asociación de Educación Ambiental El bosque Animado dentro del marco de actividades de Voluntariado Ambiental en áreas de la Red Natura 2000 financiadas por l...
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During a recent survey on insect pests of ornamental plants in Spain, the leafhoppers Chloropelix canariensis Lindberg 1936 and Balclutha brevis Lindberg 1954 (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae) were found. These species, described from Canary Island, are recorded here for the first time from Spain and continental Europe. Adults and immature stages of C. can...
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Ex situ programmes have become critical for improving the conservation of many threatened species, as they establish backup populations and provide individuals for reintroduction and reinforcement of wild populations. The Iberian lynx was considered the most threatened felid species in the world in the wake of a dramatic decline during the second h...
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Sánchez I. & Cuadrado M. 2019. Reintroducida en Cádiz una población del helecho marsilea strigosa. Quercus 398, 47. Abstract - Reintroduction of Marsilea strigosa (an endangered aquatic fern ) in Cádiz. This note reports the conservation action performed by ZooBotánico Jerez concerning the reintroduction of 15 plants of Marsilea strigosa at a loca...
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The Oriental hornet Vespa orientalis Linnaeus 1771 has been recorded for the first ime in Andalusia. All the specimens were detected in the autumn of 2018 in the city of Algeciras (Cadiz). The number of individuals spoted, the distance between the locaions and the presence of individuals of both sexes, suggest a probable setlement of the species in...
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Resumen Aportamos observaciones novedosas sobre algunas especies de mosquitos de las agallas (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) en el sur de España. Algunos de los registros se refieren a especies desconocidas hasta el momento para este área, ampliando su distribución conocida. En general, la distribución geográfica de los mosquitos de las agallas es escasam...
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We report noteworthy observations of gall midge species (Diptera: Cecidomyidae) from Southern Spain. Some of the records represent species hitherto unknown from the area, and thus enlarge the known distribution range of these species in question. In general, the geographic distribution of gall midges is poorly known, so new records from areas well...
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Updating the known distribution of Aloephagus myersi Essig, 1950 (Hemiptera: Aphididae: Eriosomatinae: Fordini) in the Iberian Peninsula Abstract: The known distribution of the aloe’s aphid, Aloephagus myersi Essig, 1950 in the Iberian Peninsula is updated. The species had been recorded from Portugal (Lisbon) and Spain (Castellón province) and now...
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Biodiversidad Jerez es la marca de un proyecto que lleva por título “Lucha contra el cambio climático a través la conservación de la biodiversidad asociada al agua en los Montes de Propios (Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz)”. Tiene un doble objetivo, por un lado, el inventariado de la biodiversidad presente en los Montes de Propios de Jerez y por otro ,...
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Biodiversidad Jerez es la marca de un proyecto que lleva por título “Lucha contra el cambio climático a través la conservación de la biodiversidad asociada al agua en los Montes de Propios (Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz)”. Tiene un doble objetivo, por un lado, el inventariado de la biodiversidad presente en los Montes de Propios de Jerez y por otro ,...
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La provincia de Cádiz se encuentra en la parte más meridional de la Península Ibérica, a caballo entre el continente africano y Europa. Su ubicación geográfica, su orografía y la variedad de hábitats hacen de esta provincia un enclave especialmente interesante para las mariposas. Hasta el día de hoy, se han registrado 96 especies, 94 de las cuales...
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This document reports the species inventory found during the “Bioblitz” carried out at P.N. Sierra de Baza during July 2017. A total of 42 naturalists, belonging to 7 Spanish organizations and academic research groups, have contributed to the project. To be noted the participation of the informal group "Flying Dutch Orthoptera", formed by researche...
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Se cita por primera vez en la provincia de Cádiz a la especie de mántido Perlamantis alliberti Guérin-Méneville, 1843 (Mantodea: Amorphoscelidae: Perlamantinae)
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A new species of eriophyoid mite, Aceria pycnocomi sp. nov., associated with Pycnocomon rutifolium (Dipsacaceae), is described and illustrated from Spain. Morphological differences distinguishing this new species from similar Aceria species are discussed. The female, male and nymph of Aceria eucricotes (Nalepa, 1892) and Aceria kuko (Kishida, 1927)...
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Here we report the results of a rescue action of Spoonbills (Platalea leucorodia) eggs performed by the Environmental Council “Consejería de Medio Ambiente y Ordenación del Territorio” from Junta de Andalucía in collaboration with ZooBotánico in Jerez. The eggs were collected from a colony settled at the Protected Area Marismas del Odiel (Huelva) i...
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En el presente trabajo se actualiza y amplía el listado de especies de arañas conocidas de la provincia de Cádiz (España). Se incluyen 84 nuevas especies para la provincia, de las cuales 36 se citan por primera vez en Andalucía. Se aportan las primeras citas para España de Rhomphaea nasica (Simon, 1873), Lasaeola testaceomarginata Simon, 1881 y Orc...
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Manual de trabajo del Programa de Conservación Ex-situ del Lince Ibérico que contiene las descripciones, los protocolos y las medidas para asegurar un correcto manejo de los ejemplares de lince ibérico pertenecientes al programa de cría en cautividad.
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Contribution to the knowledge of Odontites foliosus.
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Three plant species are recorded for the first time in Western Andalusia
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A new breeding place for the Northern bald ibis in Cádiz (S Spain)
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Gall midges (Cecidomyidae) catalogued in the province of Cadiz are expanding, with 16 new species recorded in recent years. 14 of them were not previously registered in Andalusia, 11 are new for Spain, 10 for the Iberian Peninsula and 5 of them are recorded in Europe for the first time. New plant hosts for three of these species are also provided....
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The province of Cadiz (South of Spain) hosts the only known locality in the world of Linderiella baetica Alonso & García-de-Lomas 2009 (Anostraca). In this paper, the geographical distribution of the species based on published sampling data focused on large branchiopods and temporary pools in Andalusia and the entire Iberian Peninsula is assessed....
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Changes in nest density and reproductive success of a free-ranging population of white stork (Ciconia ciconia) in the Gardens of ZooBotánico Jerez (Cádiz) were studied from 1990 to 2013. Reproductive data (number of nests and number of chicks per nest) and the effect of rainfall on the reproductive success were analyzed. In addition, a number of ch...
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Mites associated with oothecal cells of Mantis religiosa (L.) and Iris oratoria (L.) have been identified based on specimens extracted from oothecae collected in southern Spain. A total of 36 species of Acari have been identified, 16 of them constituting first records for the Iberian Peninsula. Ácaros (Acari) habitantes de ootecas de mántidos (Inse...
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En este artículo se relata como surgió el Proyecto Eremita y como después dio lugar al proyecto de reintroducción del ibis eremita en Andalucía, describiendo los principales hitos que se han sucedido desde que se trajeron las primeras aves al Zoobotánico de Jerez en 1991 hasta 2015.
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New data are provided on the distribution and host plants of 21 species of scale insects from Cádiz Province in southern Spain. Four of these species, namely Dactylopius opuntiae, Coccidohystrix insolita, Dysmicoccus grassii and Vryburgia amaryllidis, are recorded for the first time from Spain. Excluding D. grassii, these species are regarded as in...
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The cricket Natula averni is recorded for the first time in Cádiz province (S Spain).
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Two exotic species of EpilobiumL.: E. brachycarpum C. Persl and E. ciliatum Raf. have been recorded for the first time in Cádiz province (SW Spain). The first one has spread around several areas in the mountains of north eastern Cádiz, whereas the second has been located in one plant nursery near Jerez de la Frontera city. This is the first record...
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Four exotic terrestrial planarians are recorded for the first time in Andalusia (Southern Spain): Bipalium kewense Moseley, 1878 (Bipaliinae), Dolichoplana striata Moseley, 1877 (Rhynchodeminae), Caenoplana coerulea, Moseley, 1877 (Geoplaninae) and Kontikia ventrolineata (Dendy, 1892) (Geoplaninae). All of them were located at Zoobotánico Jerez (Ca...
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Parasites are essential elements in healthy natural ecosystems. Also, they constitute most of the world's biodiversity. Therefore, they deserve to be conserved together with their hosts. The Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) is the most endangered felid in the world because it only survives in two isolated populations in the Iberian Peninsula, with no m...
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Se registra por primera vez en España la presencia de Obolodiplosis robiniae (Haldeman, 1847) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Este cecidómido americano fue observado provocando agallas en los foliolos de Robinia pseudoacacia L. en áreas urbanas de Mahón (Menorca, Islas Baleares) y de Barcelona (en la Península).
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With only about 350 individuals, the Iberian lynx Lynx pardinus continues to be the world’s most endangered felid. Ongoing conservation measures include both in-situ and ex-situ conservation programmes. As part of the first Iberian lynx reintroduction programme, two captive-born individuals were released in the wild in the 2010-2011 season for the...
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In the period 2004-2011 103 gall midge species of 37 genera were found at 63 localities in Cádiz Province, southwestern Spain, all of them belonging to the subfamily Cecidomyiinae. Together with 14 species found by earlier authors, the present gall midge fauna of Cádiz Province includes 117 species, representing about 40% of the Iberian fauna for t...
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En este trabajo se aportan 94 especies nuevas para la provincia de Cádiz, 24 de ellas a su vez novedades para Andalucía.
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Se cita el caso de una garcilla bueyera que regurgitó su contenido estomacal, constituido por 8 salamanquesas comunes y dos lagartijas ibéricas, algo excepcional en esta especie.
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The psyllid Macrohomotoma gladiata (Hemiptera: Homotomidae) is reported for the first time from Andalusia, southern Spain, where it has recently been found in several localities. The psyllids were observed causing injuries on leaves of Ficus microcarpa.
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Husbandry guidelines and hand rearing of Common bustard-quail Turnix suscitator at ZooBotánico Jerez. In this report, we provide basic information on the maintenance of the specie in captivity and hand rearing of offspring from artificially incubated eggs. We received a total of 6 birds from Praha zoo that were used as founders in 2008. The group w...
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8 new xenophytes are registered for the first time for the Cádiz province, Southern Spain.
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The occurrence of Cacopsylla pulchella and Platycorypha nigrivirga is reported for the first time from mainland Portugal. The psyllids were observed causing injuries on leaves of Cercis siliquastrum and Tipuana tipu respectively in urban areas of Faro, southern Portugal.