Month: February 2018

Two new publications in Herpetological Review, about Galápagos lizards

Congratulations to Carlos A. Valle, Professor and Researcher of the Universidad San Francisco de Quito & Juan Pablo Muñoz, Administrator and Researcher of the Galapagos Science Center for the two new publications about Microlophus bivittatus (San Cristóbal Lava Lizard) diet and about Microlophus indefatigabilis (Lava Lizard) diet. The Galapagos National Park (GNP) and Carlos Mena (Galapagos Science Center, Universidad San Francisco de Quito) supported and approved this research.

Galapagos Science Center researchers are co-authors of a new paper about the critically endangered populations of Hawksbill turtles.

Daniela Alarcón-Ruales, Jaime A. Chaves and Juan Pablo Muñoz-Pérez, researchers of the Galapagos Science Center and Cristina Miranda, Alumni from Universidad San Francisco de Quito are co-authors of the new paper “Rookery contributions, movements and conservation needs of hawksbill turtles at foraging grounds in the eastern Pacific Ocean” published by the Marine Ecology Progress Series. The article is a new contribution to knowledge for the conservation of the critically endangered populations of this species in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

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