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En esta sección iremos colocando periódicamente publicaciones de interés sobre Polinización


downloadFernández, Victoria & Fontúrbel, Francisco. (2021). Temporal variation of daily activity on pollinator and frugivorous birds simultaneously interacting with a specialized mistletoe. Community Ecology. 10.1007/s42974-021-00050-x.


downloadLopez-Aliste, Manuel & Flores‐Prado, Luis & Ruz, Luisa & Sepúlveda, Yanet & Rodríguez, Sharon & Saraiva, António & Fontúrbel, Francisco. (2021). Wild bees of Chile: a database on taxonomy, sociality, and ecology. Ecology. 10.1002/ecy.3377.


downloadCuadra-Valdés, Javier & Vizentin-Bugoni, Jeferson & Fontúrbel, Francisco. (2021). An exotic magnet plant alters pollinator abundance and behavior: a field test with a native mistletoe.Biological Invasions. 10.1007/s10530-021-02519-2.


downloadCordero, Sebastián & Castaño-villa, Gabriel & Fontúrbel, Francisco. (2020). The Best Bang for the Bucks: Rethinking Global Investment in Biodiversity Conservation. Sustainability. 12. 9252. 10.3390/su12219252.


downloadMurúa, Maureen. (2020). Different Pollinators’ Functional Traits Can Explain Pollen Load in Two Solitary Oil-Collecting Bees. Insects. 11. 685. 10.3390/insects11100685.


downloadFontúrbel, Francisco & Osorio, Felipe & Riffo, Valentina & Nuñez, Mauricio & Bastías, Roberto & Carvallo, Gastón. (2020). Mamma Knows Best: Why a Generalist Hummingbird Selects the Less Abundant Moss for Nest Building. The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 101. 10.1002/bes2.1702.


downloadFonturbel, Francisco. (2020). Mistletoes in a changing world: a premonition of a non-analog future?. Botany. 98. 10.1139/cjb-2019-0195.


downloadTejo, Camila & Fontúrbel, Francisco. (2018). A vertical forest within the forest: millenary trees from the Valdivian rainforest as biodiversity hubs. Ecology. 100. 10.1002/ecy.2584.


downloadFontúrbel, Francisco & Lara, Antonio & Lobos, David & Little, Christian. (2018). The cascade impacts of climate change could threaten key ecological interactions. Ecosphere. 9. e02485. 10.1002/ecs2.2485.


Allasino, M.L., H.J. Marrero, J. Dorado & J.P. Torreta. 2019. Scientific note: first global report of a bee nest built only with plastic. Apidologie 50: 230-233.


Smith-Ramírez, C., L. Vieli, R. Barahona-Segovia, J. Montalva, F. Cianferoni, L. Ruz, F.E. Fontúrbel, C.E. Valdivia, R. Medel, A. Pauchard, J.L. Celis-Diez, V. Riesco, V. Monzón, F. Vivallo & M. Neira. 2018. Las razones de por qué Chile debe detener la importación del abejorro comercial Bombus terrestris (Linnaeus) y comenzar a controlarlo. Gayana 82(2): 118-127.


Aizen, M.A., C. Smith-Ramirez, C.L. Morales, L. Vieli, A. Sáez, R. Barahona-Segovia, M.P. Arbetman, J. Montalva, L.A. Garibaldi, D.W. Inouye & L.D. Harder. 2018. Coordinated species importation policies are needed to reduce serious invasions globally: The case of alien bumblebees in South America. Journal of Applied Ecology (early view), doi 10.1111/1365-2664.13121.


Sáez, A., J.M. Morales, C.L. Morales, L.D. Harder & M.A. Aizen. 2018. The costs and benefits of pollinator dependence: empirically based simulations predict raspberry fruit quality. Ecological Applications 28(5): 1215-1222. doi 10.1002/eap.1720.


Medel, R., C. González-Browne & F.E. Fontúrbel. 2018. Pollination in the Chilean Mediterranean-type ecosystem: a review of current advances and pending tasks. Plant Biology 20(1): 89-99. doi 10.1111/plb.12644.


Medel, R., C. González-Browne, D. Salazar, P. Ferrer & M. Ehrenfeld. 2018. The most effective pollinator principle applies to new invasive pollinators. Biology Letters (early view). doi 10.1098/rsbl.2018.0132.


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