Pablo Quiles Tundidor

Pablo Quiles Tundidor
Complutense University of Madrid | UCM · Biodiversity Ecology and Evolution

PhD Student

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In their normal color morph, polecats have black guard hair and light-yellow wool hair, except on the face, which is white with a black mask. This gives them a characteristic body appearance, generally very dark or contrasted with yellow where the guard is sparser like in the loin and belly. However, some polecats suffer erythrism, a pigmentation a...
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El comportamiento de los animales cuando almacenan semillas determina el patrón espacial de la dispersión de muchas especies de plantas. Este trabajo evalúa el efecto de la territorialidad, la distancia recorrida desde la fuente de semillas y las preferencias espaciales a distintas escalas en el patrón espacial de dispersión de semillas y de plántu...
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OBJETIVO: ¿Qué se sabe sobre los efectos que las carreteras pueden tener en los cinco principales tipos de interacciones interespecíficas? • Faltan estudios específicos que traten el efecto directo de la carretera sobre estas interacciones. • Faltan estudios con antes y después de la infraestructura que ayuden a cuantificar el efecto. • Se sabe muy...
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Systematic road-kill surveys are useful to study the impact of roads on wildlife. However, they are time- and budget-consuming, so the use of non-systematic data in road ecology is currently gaining popularity (for instance, by environmental consultants). Some data sources such as atlases (i.e., compilations of species records from a given region),...
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Las carreteras son una de las infraestructuras humanas que generan un mayor impacto, siendo los atropellos de fauna su consecuencia más visible y estudiada. La ciencia ciudadana está ganando popularidad como una fuente de datos (también en la Ecología de Carreteras) que permite estudios a una escala de otra forma inabarcable. Existe un debate sobre...
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Oak regeneration and the expansion of forested sites in Eurasia rely on acorn dispersal by animals, especially the Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius). However, in open agroforestry systems where jays are absent, such as old-fields far from acorn sources, oak recruitment still occurs. We hypothesize that the Eurasian magpie (Pica pica), an abundant...
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Introduction. The magpie is the most common corvid in Eurasia, which distribution overlaps with the distribution of many Quercus species. We assessed acorn dispersal of the magpie in a woodland and farmland mosaic. Methods. The study was conducted in Central Spain in a Q.ilex plantation surrounded by old-fields dominated by annual herbs. We used bi...

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