Javier Ripoll

Javier Ripoll
AEA El Bosque Animado. · ROLA

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Publications (43)
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The second Andalusian atlas of dragonflies is presented, updating the publication of the first in 1984. This work is based on the subsequent literature review and data of ROLA's recording scheme. For each species, a map represents the last period in which its presence has been detected (prior to 1984, 1984-2000, after 2000).
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Large branchiopods (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Anostraca, Notostraca) from Málaga province, Spain (2012/2013 hydrological year) This paper presents the occurrence of the large branchiopods detected during a survey carried out in the province of Málaga (Andalusia, southern Spain). Five species (Branchipus cortesi, Chirocephalus diaphanus, Streptocepha...
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El estudio de los moluscos continentales (terrestres y dulceacuícolas) de la provincia de Málaga ha sido desarrollado por diversos autores durante el siglo XX, cuyos trabajos han sido recopilados en su mayoría por Arrébola (1995), y otros más recientes que aportan entre todos un importante catálogo de especies. En los últimos años los muestreos rea...
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El sur de la península ibérica es una zona de especial interés biogeográfico, debido a su proximidad con África a través del Estrecho de Gibraltar y a su particular condición de refugio para numerosas especies ectotermas durante los ciclos glaciares pleistocénicos. La distribución precisa de las especies es un elemento básico para poder realizar es...
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The first record of the family Nevrorthidae is reported from the Iberian Peninsula. This finding extends the known distribution of the family in the Mediterranean region and represents its westernmost known population. The specimens found are larval forms, and while they confirm the presence of the family in the area, do not permit to identify the...
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An unknown species of terrestrial gastropod from the Geomitridae family was discovered in 2014 in Sierra Bermeja. Subsequent samplings have revealed its presence in seven localities of this and other peridotitic mountain ranges of the province, not having been found in areas with other types of rocks. The species has received the name of Peridotite...
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Resumen: Se presentan las primeras citas del nitidúlido exótico Phenolia (Lasiodites) picta (MacLeay 1825) para la provincia de Málaga, que amplían su distribución en Andalucía. Asimismo, se aporta estudio de su genitalia que ofrece información tanto del endofalo en el macho, como de los gonocoxitos en las hembras de esta especie. Abstract: The fir...
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New records from Andalusia of several species of continental molluscs are reported, previously known from a few records. In addition, the first records of Bithynia leachii (Sheppard, 1823) and allonia enniensis (Gredler, 1856) are also given for this autonomous community.
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New dispersion records of Hypnophila malagana E. Gittenberger, 1983 in the province of Málaga are presented, considerably expanding its range within the study area, as well as some interesting data about type locality.
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Resumen: Se dan a conocer nuevas localidades de la provincia de Málaga para los moluscos gasterópodos Oestophora ebria (Corbella, 2004) y Hatumia cobosi (Ortiz de Zárate López, 1962), ambas incluidas en el Libro Rojo de los Invertebrados Amenazados de Andalucía, ampliando su área de distribución y aportando nuevos datos acerca del hábitat de los mi...
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Abstract: The Historic Botanical Garden La Concepción of Málaga was sampled during spring 2018. As a result, forty species of continental mollusks were detected, some of them allochthonous. This is the highest species richness detected so far at any place throughout the province. The presence of Discus rotundatus (O. F. Müller, 1774) was detected f...
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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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A hitherto unknown species of the family Geomitridae was discovered in 2014 on the Sierra Bermeja (Prov. Málaga, Spain). Subsequent searches in the same Province have revealed its presence at seven localities on this and other peridotite hills, but none on areas with other rock types. Its shell characters are unremarkable for a geomitrid, resemblin...
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The deficiency in the distributional data of invertebrate taxa is one of the major impediments acting on the bias towards the low awareness of its conservation status. The present study sets a basic framework to understand the large branchiopod distribution in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands. Since the extensive surveys performed in the...
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RESUMEN Se confirma la presencia de Lucilla singleyana (Pilsbry, 1889) en distintos puntos de las provincias de Barcelona, Cantabria, Málaga y Santa Cruz de Tenerife, con dos muestras procedentes de las islas de Tenerife y La Palma, lo que supone la primera cita de esta especie para Andalucía, Cantabria y las Islas Canarias; además se presentan nue...
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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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The deficiency in the distributional data of invertebrate taxa is one of the major impediments acting on the bias towards the low awareness of its conservation status. The present study sets a basic framework to understand the large branchiopods distribution in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands. Since the extensive surveys performed in the...
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The presence of the large branchiopod fauna in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands was recorded obtained from bibliographical and recent captures. The fauna includes 16 anostracans, 7 notostracans and 4 spinicaudatans, although we considered the different species of genus Triops as one taxa, due to the difficulties to allocate the bibliograp...
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Updating spanish province's checklists of Odonata. Checklists of dragonflies for each Spanish province (mainland and Balearics Islands) are updated through the revision of literature, the query of online biodiversity databases and inquiries to local specialists. The maps are based on the distribution information in an estimated 140.000 records gath...
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Las masas de agua recogidas en el Inventario de Humedales de Andalucía (IHA) albergan una gran variedad de grupos faunísticos, entre los que se encuentran los Odonatos, compuesto por las libélulas y caballitos de agua y cuyo ciclo de vida incluye una fase larvaria acuática. La presencia de este taxón en los medios acuáticos tiene interés por su car...
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New citations of various terrestrial gastropod species from the southeast of the province of Seville (Spain) are reported. It is noteworthy the find of species from genera Iberus and Chondrina, which confims their presence in this province. New citations of Rupestrella dupotetii (Terver, 1839), which enlarge its distribution area, are further repor...
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Se presentan los resultados de una campaña de muestreo de odonatos realizada en la provincia de Málaga (Andalucía, sur de España) durante el verano de 2014. Se han muestreado 10 localidades en el río de Almargen y varios de sus afluentes, lo que ha permitido la detección de 20 especies de odonatos, entre las cuales destacan algunas no observadas en...
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We present the taxonomic and geographic composition of the Iberian Odonata preserved in the MNCN Entomology collection. The collection includes 62 species (almost 80% of the total species known in the Iberian Peninsula). Sympecma fusca, Sympetrum fonscolombii, Ischnura graellsii and I. elegans are the species represented by the largest number of sp...
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Se informa de las observaciones de odonatos realizadas en la provincia de Málaga durante los años 2005 a 2012, así como la revisión de la bibliografía disponible. El catálogo resultante asciende a 56 especies.
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Recent findings of Diplacodes lefebvrii (Rambur, 1842) in the province of Malaga (Spain, Andalusia) are summarized, along with the description of the habitat of some potential breeding populations. RESUMEN Se relacionan observaciones recientes de Diplacodes lefebvrii (Rambur, 1842) en la provincia de Málaga (Andalucía), junto con la descripción del...
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Bibliographical data on Andalusian dragonflies are abstracted and ordered by province and 10x10 kilometers squares. Doubtful records as well as species to be confirmed in the region are discussed. The Andalusian catalogue of dragonflies is updated.
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Resumen: Se aportan 4 nuevas cuadrículas UTM de 10x10 km del endemismo bético Agrodiaetus violetae Gómez-Bustillo, Expósito & Martínez, 1979 (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae), además de su confirmación en 4 cuadrículas ya conocidas. Se actualiza el mapa de distribución de la especie. Abstract: Agrodiaetus violetae Gómez-Bustillo, Expósito & Martínez, 1979:...
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The results of the “ROLA en río” protocol corresponding to the year 2011 and other additional data from Andalusia are summarized. This annual report is the core of the journal and its main justification. We urge dragonflies’ enthusiasts to share their observations and have them published. Currently every data is of interest, independently of the ra...

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Realización del atlas de distribución de las especies de odonatos presentes en la provincia de Málaga
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This project has the aim to better understand the distribution of damselflies and dragonflies in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, to increase the ecological knowledge of Odonata and so to contribute to the conservation of these jewels.