Juan Luis Rodríguez Luengo

Juan Luis Rodríguez Luengo
Servicio Canario de la Salud · Servicio de Biodiversiad

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Se recogen las 394 fichas descriptivas de especies o taxones introducidos -algas, hongos, plantas y animales- que estuvieron disponibles en la anterior Base de especies introducidas en Canarias -BEIC- y que fueron elaboradas entre los años 2008 a 2011 por distintos especialistas en la materia. Se exponen además los objetivos, criterios, funcionamie...
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La presencia de especies exóticas invasoras es una de las principales causas de la pérdida de biodiversidad del planeta. Algunos ecosistemas, como los territorios insulares, son especialmente vulnerables a los impactos negativos que estas especies generan en los hábitats y especies nativas. Las islas Canarias son una de las zonas del planeta con ma...
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De acuerdo con lo expuesto en este capítulo y con lo que se expresa en la Estrategia Europea sobre Especies Alóctonas las razones más frecuentes para explicar el fracaso de algunas actuaciones de gestión son: • Reducida conciencia ciudadana y subsiguiente oposición a la intervención por la Administración. • Escasez y reducida accesibilidad de infor...
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Recent studies have shown that Macaronesia has considerable problems with exotic species, particularly those considered as invasive. For instance, in the Azores more than 60% of the vascular plant flora consists of non-indigenous species (Silva & Smith 2004, 2006). Several plants are presently considered to be serious threats not only to the conser...
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The focal alien taxa analyzed for Macaronesia will only include those species that are not only naturalized, but also that are both present in natural or semi-natural habitats and are considered to have an impact or pose an evident threat to local biodiversity. It was decided that exotic species that are present only in anthropic habitats would be...
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ABSTRACT • The ecological effects and distribution of 13 invasive non-native mammal species on the Canary Islands are reviewed. • Six species, representing six different taxonomic orders, are widely distributed and live on all seven main islands of the Canarian Archipelago: Felis catus, Capra hircus, Rattus rattus, Rattus norvegicus, Mus domesticus...
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The rumen contents of 19 Barbary sheep captured during autumns of 1986 and 1987 on La Palma Island (Canary Islands) have been analyzed. A total of 41 plant taxa have been determined, the most important food sources being phanerophytes (93 %) and chamaephytes (4 %). Cistus simphytifolius (I = 22.24), Teline stenopetala (I = 14.35), Adenocarpus visco...
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The Corsica mouflon (Ovis ammon musimon) shows high selectivity indexes for Scrophularia glabrata, Argyranthemum tenerifae, Descurainia bourgeauana, and Pterocephalus lasiospermus, when feeding in the high mountain shrub. The species with the highest selectivity indexes in the pine forest are : Argyranthemum tenerifae, Rhamnus integrifolia and Lotu...

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