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  170. 38.-2005. Hortal et al. A utilizacao do Atlantis-Tierra 2.0 e de ferramentas Sig para predecir a distribucao..pdf

  171. 37.-2005. Hortal & Lobo. An ED based protocol for optimal sampling of biodiversity. Biod & Conserv..pdf

  172. 36.-2005. Escobar et al. Altitudinal variation of dung beetle assemblages in the Colombian Andes. GEB.pdf

  173. 35.-2004. Lobo et al. Modelling the species richness distribution for French Aphodiidae. Ecography.pdf

  174. 34.-2004. Castillo & Lobo. A comparison of Passalidae diversity and community structure. Biod & Conserv..pdf

  175. 33.-2003. Jay Robert et al. The relationship between body size and population abundance in summer dung beetle. Rev. Ecol..pdf

  176. 32.-2003. Cabrero & Lobo. Estimating the number of species not yet described and their characteristics. Biod & Conserv..pdf

  177. 31.-2002. Villalba et al. Phylogenetic relationships of Iberian dung beetles. J. Mol. Evol. 55.pdf

  178. 30.-2002. Lobo, Lumaret & Jay Robert. Modelling the species richness distribution of french dung beetles and delimiting the predcitive capacity. Global ecology and Biogeography 11.pdf

  179. 29.-2002. Lobo & Martin-Piera. Searching for a predictive model for species richness of Iberian dung beetles. Cons. Biol..pdf

  180. 28.-2002. Lobo & Martin Piera. EpilogoPribes2002.pdf

  181. 27.-2002. Carrascal, Palomino & Lobo. Patrones de preferencias de habitat y de distribucion y abundancia invernal de aves. Anim. Biod. & Conserv..pdf

  182. 26.-Ramos, M., Lobo, J.M. & Esteban, M. 2001. Ten years inventorying the Iberian Fauna: Results and perspectives. Biodiversity and Conservation 10: 19-28.

  183. 25.-Lobo, J.M. 2001. Decline of roller dung beetle (Scarabaeinae) populations in the Iberian Peninsula during the 20th century. Biological Conservation 97: 43-50.

  184. 24.-Lobo, J.M., Castro, I. & Moreno, J.C. 2001. Spatial and environmental determinants of vascular plant species richness distribution in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic islands. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 72: 233-253.

  185. 23.-Lobo, J.M., Lumaret, J.P. & Jay-Robert, P. 2001. Diversity, distinctiveness, and conservation status of the Mediterranean coastal dung beetle assemblage in the Regional Natural Park of Camargue (France). Diversity and Distributions 7: 257-270.

  186. 22.-Hortal, J., Lobo, J.M. & Martín-Piera, F. 2001. Forecasting insect species richness scores in poorly surveyed territories: the case of the Portuguese dung beetles (Col. Scarabaeinae). Biodiversity and Conservation 10: 1343-1367.

  187. 21.-Lobo, J.M. 2000. Species diversity and composition of dung beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) assemblages in North America. The Canadian Entomologist 132: 307-321.

  188. 20.-Lobo, J.M. & Halffter, G. 2000. Biogeographical and ecological factors affecting the altitudinal variation of mountainous communities of coprophagous beetles (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea): a comparative study. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93: 115-126.

  189. 19.-Hortal, J., Martín-Piera, F. & Lobo, J.M. 2000. Dung beetle geographic diversity variation along a western Iberian latitudinal transect (Col., Scarabaeidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93: 235-243.

  190. 18.-Lobo, J.M. & Martín-Piera, F. 1999. Between-group differences in the Iberian dung beetle species-area relationship (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae). Acta Oecologica 20: 587-597.

  191. 17.-Lobo, J.M. & M.E. Favila. 1999. Different ways of constructing octaves and their consequences on the prevalence of the bimodal species abundance distribution. Oikos, 87: 321-326.

  192. 16.-Lobo, J.M. & Davis, A.L.V. 1999. An intercontinental comparison of dung beetle diversity between two mediterranean-climatc regions: local versus regional and historical influences. Diversity and Distributions 5: 91-103.

  193. 15.-Jay-Robert, P., Lobo, J.M. & Lumaret, J.P. 1999. Le peuplement de la Corse par les Scarabéides coprophages est-il le résultat d'une compétition intespécifique? Annales de la Societé Entomologique de France (N.S.), 35 (suppl.): 290-298.

  194. 14.-Lobo, J.M., Lumaret, J.P. & Jay-Robert, P. 1998. Sampling dung-beetles in the French Mediterranean area: effects of abiotic factors and farm practices. Pedobiologia, 42: 252-266.

  195. 13.-Lobo, J.M., Lumaret, J.P. & Jay-Robert, P. 1997. Les atlas faunistiques comme outils díanalyse spatiale de la biodiversité. Annales de la Societé entomologique de France (N.S.), 33: 129-138.

  196. 12.-Lobo, J.M. & Castillo, M.L. 1997. The relationship between ecological capacity and morphometry in a Neotropical community of Passalidae (Coleoptera). The Coleopterists Bulletin, 51: 147-153

  197. 11.-Kadiri, N., Lobo, J.M. & Lumaret, J.P. 1997. Conséquences de l'interaction entre préferences pour l'habitat et quantité de ressources trophiques sur les communautés d'insectes coprophages (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae). Acta Oecologica 17: 107-119.

  198. 10.-Jay-Robert, P., Lobo, J.M &. Lumaret, J.P. 1997. Altitudinal turnover and species richness variation in European mountain dung beetle assemblages. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 29: 196-205.

  199. 9.-Lumaret, J.P. & Lobo, J.M. 1996. Geographic distribution of endemic dung beetles (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) in the Western Palaearctic region. Diversity and Distributions 3: 192-199.

  200. 8.-Lobo, J.M. 1996. Diversity, biogeographical considerations and spatial structure of a recently invaded dung beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) community in the Chihuahuan desert. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 5: 342-352.

  201. 7.-Lobo, J.M. 1994. A southern distribution for the introduced dung beetle Aphodius (Otophorus) haemorrhoidalis (L., 1758). Journal of New York Entomological Society 103: 385-386.

  202. 6.-Martín-Piera, F. & Lobo, J.M. 1993. Altitudinal distribution patterns of copro-necrophage Scarabaeoidea (Coleoptera) in Veracruz, Mexico. The Coleopterists Bulletin 47: 321-334.

  203. 5.-Lobo, J.M. 1993. The relationship between distribution and abundance in a dung-beetle community. Acta Oecologica 14: 43-55.

  204. 4.-Lobo, J.M. 1993. Estimation of dung beetle biomass (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea). European Journal of Entomology 90: 235-238.

  205. 3.-Martín-Piera, F., Veiga, C.M. & Lobo, J.M. 1992. Ecology and Biogeography of dung-beetle communities (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea) in an Iberian mountain range. Journal of Biogeography 19: 677-691.

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  210. 141.-Mingarro, M., Lobo, J.M., Prieto, F., Estévez, R. & Alfonso, C. 2021. Informe T. Evolución de las temperaturas en España. Análisis de tendencias en el pasado reciente a partir de datos AEMET. Observatorio Sostenibilidad, Madrid.

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  214. 137.-2017. Prieto et al. 25 años de urbanización en España. EL PAÍS.pdf

  215. 136.-2017. Gil & Lobo. Son utiles los modelos de distribucion para densidad local. Rev Biod Neotrop.pdf

  216. 135.-2016. Informe final 25 años urbanizando Madrid_OSE.pdf

  217. 134.-2016. Informe final 25 años urbanizando España_OSE.pdf

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  219. 132.-2016. Anderson et al. Final report of the task group on GBIF data fitness for use in distribution modelling. Global Biodiversity Information Facility.pdf

  220. 131.-2015. Lobo. Debemos fiarnos de los modelos de distribucion.pdf

  221. 130.-2015. Lobo. Biodiversidad entomologica iberica RevistaIDE.pdf

  222. 129.-2015. Guisande et al. FactorsR and RWizard application for causal factors. Divesity.pdf

  223. 128.-2015. Alonso Zarazaga et al. Thorectes proposed conservation of usage. Bull Zool Nom.pdf

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  227. 124.-2012. Millán et al. Efectividad PNs en conservacion biodiversidad acuatica.pdf

  228. 123.-2012. Lobo. Reseña. In genere Copris. Bol SEA.pdf

  229. 122.-2012. Gil & Lobo. El uso de modelos predictivos de distribucion para el diseño de muestreos de especies poco conocidas. Mastozool Neotrop.pdf

  230. 121.-2012. Camero & Lobo. The distribution of the species of Euryternus in America. Trop Conserv Sci.pdf

  231. 120.-2012. Arribas et al. La vulnerabilidad de las especies frente al cambio climatico. Ecosistemas.pdf

  232. 119.-2011. Verdu et al. Silphotrupes punctatissimus. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  233. 118.-2011. Romero et al. Resultados de la catalogacion de los scarabaeoidea de Marruecos. Graellsia.pdf

  234. 117.-2011. Lobo. Vulnerabilidad de las areas protegidas y de zonas de inetrés para la biodiversidad ante el cambio climatico. OSE 5.5.pdf

  235. 116.-2011. Lobo. La Conservacion de la Biodiversidad. OSE 5.1.pdf

  236. 115.-2011. Lobo. La biodiversidad en España. OSE 1.3.pdf

  237. 114.-2011. Lobo. Identificación de areas prioritarias para la conservacion de la biodiversidad. OSE 5.4.pdf

  238. 113.-2011. Lobo, Aragon & Sanchez.Las Especies. OSE 4.7.pdf

  239. 112.-2011. Lobo et al. Mapas distribucion potencial moluscos. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  240. 111.-2011. Lobo et al. Mapas distribucion potencial moluscos en peligro. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  241. 110.-2011. Lobo et al. Mapas distribucion potencial artropodos. Atlas vulnerables.pdf

  242. 109.-2011. Lobo et al. Mapas distribucion potencial artropodos en peligro. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  243. 108.-2011. Lobo et al. Conservacion de los invertebrados amenazados. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  244. 107.-2011. Lobo et al. Base metodologica. Atlas vulnerables..pdf

  245. 106.-2011. Lobo & Verdu. Scarabeus pius. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  246. 105.-2011. Lobo & Verdu. Ceratophyus martinezi. Atlas Vulnerables.pdf

  247. 104.-2011. Jimenez-Valverde & Lobo, Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions).pdf

  248. 103.-2011. Gueorguiev et al. The scarabaeoid beetles of western rhodopes. in Biodiversity of Bulgaria.pdf

  249. 102.-2011. Benayas et al. El conocimiento, la educacion y la sensibiulizacion sobre conservacion de la biodiversidad. OSE 5.10.pdf

  250. 101.-2010. Varela et al. Las extinciones de herbivoros a finales del pleistoceno y su relacion con las hienas. actas 1º reunion.pdf

  251. 100.-2010. Lobo & Borges. The provisional status of terrestrial arthropod inventories in Macaronesia.pdf

  252. 99.-2010. Camero & Lobo. Distribucion conocida y potencial de las especies de Eurysternus de Colombia. Bol SEA.pdf

  253. 98.-2010. Cabrero et al. Distribucion de las especies de Aphodiinae en Mexico. Acta Zool Mex.pdf

  254. 97.-2009. Verdu et al. Evaluacion del estado de conservacion de los invertebrados amenzados en españa. Atlas.pdf

  255. 96.-2009. Romero & Lobo. Preferencias ambientales y distribucion geografica de los Escarabeidos endocopridos del medio Atlas. Bol SEA.pdf

  256. 95.-2009. Lobo et al. Superando las limitaciones para nuevos retos. Atlas.pdf

  257. 94.-2009. Lobo & Aragon. Impacto cambio climatico sobre los espacios naturales protegidos. OSE.pdf

  258. 93.-2009. Gordo et al. Rutas migratorias de las aves sobre la peninsula Ibérica. Quercus.pdf

  259. 92.-2009. Aranda y Lobo Una estimacion de la capacidad predictiva de los modelos.pdf

  260. 91.-2009. Aragon & Lobo. Impacto cambio climatico sobre distribucion vertebreados terrestres- OSE.pdf

  261. 90.-2008. Verdu & Lobo. Ecophysiology of thermoregulation in endothermic dung beetles. In Insect Ecology and Conservation.pdf

  262. 89.-2008. Trotta et al. Distribucion conocida y potencial de las especies de Geotrupinae en Mexico. Acta Zool Mex.pdf

  263. 88.-2008. Romero-Samper & Lobo. Datos ecologicos y biogeográficos sobre paracopridos medio Atlas. Bol SEA.pdf

  264. 87.-2008. Lobo. More complex modelling methods or more reliable data. Biod Inform.pdf

  265. 86.-2008. Lobo. Hacia una estrategia global para la conservacion de la diversidad biologica. Bol SEA.pdf

  266. 85.-2008. Lobo et al. The relationship between forecasted rarity and species richness for dung beetles. In Insect Ecology and Conservation.pdf

  267. 84.-2008. Jimenez-valverde et al. Using predictive models of species distributions to validate biodiversity. En. Listagem Madeira e Selvagens.pdf

  268. 83.-2007. Lobo. Los Patrones de Dispersion de la Fauna Iberica. Libro homenaje a Halffter.pdf

  269. 82.-2007. Jimenez-valverde & Lobo. Potential distribution of the endangered spider macrothele calpeiana amd the impact of climate Warming. Acta Zool. Sin..pdf

  270. 81.-2006. Verdu & Lobo. Scarabaeus (Ateuchetus) semipunctatus. In Libro Rojo de los Invertebrados de España.pdf

  271. 80.-2006. Sanchiz & Lobo. Restos herpetologicos de niveles aurinacienses en Cueva del Castillo.pdf

  272. 79.-2006. Romero & Lobo. Los coleopteros escarabeidos telecopridos del Atlas medio. influencia del habitat, altitud y estacionalidad. Bol. SEA.pdf

  273. 78.-2006. Nieves-Aldrey et al. Los cynipidae de la comunidad de Madrid. Lista anotada, mapas de distribucion, riqueza y estatus de conservacion. Graellsia.pdf

  274. 77.-2006. Lobo & Verdú. 2006. Scarabaeus (Scarabaeus) pius. In Libro Rojo de los Invertebrados de España..pdf

  275. 76.-2006. Lobo & Hortal. Los Escarabeidos y geotrupidos de la Comunidad de Madrid. Graellsia.pdf

  276. 75.-2006. Jimenez-Valverde et al. Listado actualizado de especies de araneidos y tomisidos de la Comunidad de Madrid. Graellsia.pdf

  277. 74.-2006. Hortal et al. Distribucion y patrones de diversidad de los afodidos en la comunidad de Madrid. Graellsia.pdf

  278. 73.-2006. Hortal & Lobo. Towards a synecological framework for systematic conservation planning. Biod. Inf..pdf

  279. 72.-2006. Gueorguiev & Lobo. 2006. Adephagous beetles in the western Rhodopes. In Beron. Biodiversity of Bulgaria.pdf

  280. 71.-2006. Del Rey & Lobo. Distribución observada y potencial de Acrossus en la peninsula Iberica. Bol. SEA.pdf

  281. 70.-2005. Romo et al. What areas to protect. Biases in the historical record of Iberian butterflies..pdf

  282. 69.-2005. Lobo. Santuarios y proteccion de la biodiversidad.

  283. 68.-2005. Hortal et al. Evaluating the roles of connectivity and environment of faunal turnover. Libro Migrations.pdf

  284. 67.-2005. Chefaoui, Hortal & Lobo. Potential distribution modelling, niche characterization and conservation status assesment using Gis. Biol.Conserv..pdf

  285. 66.-2004. Jimenez-Valverde & Lobo. Un metodo sencillo para seleccionar puntos de muestreo con el objeto de inventariar taxones hiperdiversos. Ecologia.pdf

  286. 65.-2004. Altuna et al. Post pleistocene faunas from the archeological site of El Miron cave. Miscelánea en Homenaje a Emiliano aguirre.pdf

  287. 64.-2003. Martín-Piera & Lobo. Database records as a sampling effort surrogate to predict spatial distribution of insects in either poorly. Acta Ent. Ib & Mac. 1.pdf

  288. 63.-2003. Lobo. La conservacion de los coleopteros coprofagos. Quercus.pdf

  289. 62.-2003. Lobo. Biodiversidad. El reto de elaborar una estrategia de conservacion basada en las especies.V Foro Leon.pdf

  290. 61.-2003. Lobo & Hortal. Modelos predictivos. Un atajo para describir la distribucion de la diversidad biologica. Ecosistemas.pdf

  291. 60.-2003. Lobo & Araujo. La aplicacion de datos faunisticos para el diseno de redes de reservas. El caso de los anfibios y reptiles Ibericos. Graellsia.pdf

  292. 59.-2003. Hortal et al. Una estrategia para obtener regionalizaciones bioticas fiables a partir de datos incompletos. Graellsia.pdf

  293. 58.-2003. Carrascal & Lobo. Respuestas a viajas preguntas con nuevos datos. ATLAS AVES.pdf

  294. 57.-2003. Cabrero-Sañudo & Lobo. Reconocimiento de los factores determinantes de la riqueza de especies. el caso de los Aphodiinae. Graellsia.pdf

  295. 56.-2002. Lobo & Martin Piera. Estableciendo las bases de un proyecto Iberoamericano para la estimacion e inventario de la diversidad biologica. EpilogoPribes2002.pdf

  296. 55.-2002. Hortal & Lobo. Una metodología para predecir la distribución espacial de la diversidad biológica. Ecologia.pdf

  297. 54.-2001. Lobo. Prologo en Metodos para medir la Biodiversidad. Manuales SEA.pdf

  298. 53.-2001. Lobo. in memoriam Fermin. Graellsia.pdf

  299. 52.-2001. Lobo. In memoriam Fermin. Bol. SEA.pdf

  300. 51.-2001. Hortal & Lobo. A preliminary methodological approach to model the spatial distribution of biodiversity attributes. METMA.pdf

  301. 50.-2000. Martín Piera & Lobo. Diagnostico sobre el conocimiento sistematico y biogeografico de tres ordenes de insectos. Bol SEA.pdf

  302. 49.-2000. Lobo. La riqueza entomologica iberica y el estado actual de los recursos taxonomicos. Bol SEA.pdf

  303. 48.-2000. Lobo. Es posible predecir la distribucion geografica de las especies basandonos en variables ambientales. Pribes. 2000.pdf

  304. 47.-2000. Lobo RecBib Fauna Iberica. Graellsia.pdf

  305. 46.-2000. Cabrero & Lobo. Los Scarabaeoidea canarios de MNCN. Graellsia.pdf

  306. 45.-1999. Lobo. Individualismo y adaptacion espacial. Bol. SEA.pdf

  307. 44.-1997. Lobo. Influencias geograficas historicas y filogeneticas. Bol Asoc esp Ent.pdf

  308. 43.-1997. Lobo et al. Diversity and spatial turnover of dung beetle communities in a protected area of south Europe. Elytron.pdf

  309. 42.-1997. Lobo & Montes de Oca. Spatial microdistribution of two introduced dung beetle species in an arid region of northern Mexico. Acta. Zool. Mex..pdf

  310. 41.-1996. Martin Piera & Lobo. A comparative discussion of trophic preferences in dung beetle communities. Misc. Zool..pdf

  311. 40.-1996. Lumaret et al. Catalogue et Atlas des Scarabeides endemiques de France.pdf

  312. 39.-1996. Lobo. La estimacion y deteccion de la diversidad biologica. Arbor..pdf

  313. 38.-1995. Martin-Piera & Lobo. Diversity and ecological role of dung beetles in Iberian grassland biomes.pdf

  314. 37.-1995. Deloya el al. Coleoptera Lamellicornia del sur del Estado de Morelos, Mexico. Acta Zool Mex.pdf

  315. 36.-1995 Deloya & Lobo. descripcion de dos nuevas especies mexicanas de Aphodius. Fol Entomol Mex.pdf

  316. 35.-1994. Martin-Piera et al. Observaciones sobre el ritmo de actividad en Escarabeidos telecopridos. Bull Soc ent Fr.pdf

  317. 34.-1994. Lobo & Montes de Oca. Distribucion local y coexistencia de D. gazella y O. batesi. Elytron.pdf

  318. 33.-1994. Lobo & Halffter. Relaciones entre escarabajos y nidos de tuza. Acta .Zool.Mex. 62.pdf

  319. 32.-1993. Sanchez-Ramos et al. Distribucion altitudinal y estacional de la entomofauna necrofila en la reserva del El Cielo. Biotam..pdf

  320. 31.-1993. Martin Piera & Lobo. New data and observations on kleptoparasitic behaviour in dung beetles from temperate regions. Acta Zool Mex.pdf

  321. 30.-1993. Lobo. Tamano corporal y composicion de la fauna iberica de Scarabaeoidea coprofagos. Orsis.pdf

  322. 29.-1993. Lobo. La Base de la Ecologia.pdf

  323. 28.-1993. Lobo & Moron. La modificacion de las comuniddes de coleopteros en dos areas protegidas mexicanas tras dos decadas de estudio. G. it Ent..pdf

  324. 27.-1993. Lobo & Martin-Piera. Las causas de la Biodiversidad. Arbor.pdf

  325. 26.-1993. Lobo & Martin-Piera. Analisis comparado de las comunidades primaverales de escarabeidos coprofagos del archipielago balear. Ecol Med.pdf

  326. 25.-1993. Lobo & Deloya. Una prediccion acerca de la diversidad de escarabeidos en la Michilia. Bol Soc Ver Zool.pdf

  327. 24.-1993. Deloya et al. Los Coleopteros Lamellicornios de Cuernavaca. Bol Soc Ver Zool.pdf

  328. 23.-1992. Martin Piera & Lobo. Los Scarabaeoidea laparosticti del archipielago balear. Nouv Rev Ent.pdf

  329. 22.-1992. Martin Piera & Lobo. La conservacion de la Biodiversidad, ciencia y ficcion. Eos.pdf

  330. 21.-1992. Lobo. Son las sucesiones heterotroficas verdaderas sucesiones. Studia Oeocologica.pdf

  331. 20.-1992. Lobo. Modificación de las comunidades de Scarabaeoidea coprofagos en pastizales de altura del Sistema Central Ibérico a lo largo de un gradiente altitudinal. Acta Zool Mex.pdf

  332. 19.-1992. Lobo. Microsucesion de insectos en heces de vacuno. Graellsia.pdf

  333. 18.-1992. Lobo. Los Escarabeidos coprofagos un grupo con posibilidades. Zapatieri.pdf

  334. 17.-1992. Lobo. El relevo microsucesional entre los Scarabaeoidea coprofagos. Mis. Zool..pdf

  335. 16.-1992. Lobo. Biogeografia y ecologia de los coleopteros coprofagos en los pastizales alpinos del Macizo Central de Gredos. Tesis Doctoral.pdf

  336. 15.-1992. Lobo. Biogeografia de los Scarabaeoidea del Macizo de Gredos. Ecol. Med..pdf

  337. 14.-1992. Lobo. Autoecologia y distribucion de Onthophagus stylocerus. Bol Asoc esp Entom.pdf

  338. 13.-1992. Lobo. Algunas consideraciones morfometricas sobre los Scarabaeoidea. Zool Baet.pdf

  339. 12.-1992. Lobo et al. Habitos necrofagos en S. cicatricosus. Eos.pdf

  340. 11.-1992. Iglesias et al. Distribucion geografica de Heptaulacus algarbiensis. Graellsia.pdf

  341. 10.-1991. Lobo. Coleopteros coprofilos, temperatura ambiental y perdidas de peso en heces de vacuno. Elytron.pdf

  342. 9.-1991. Lobo. Algunas capturas de Scarabaeoidea interesantes de la Sierra de Gredos. Bol Asoc esp Entomol.pdf

  343. 8.-1991. Lobo & Martin-Piera. La creacion de un banco de datos zoologicos sobre los Scarabaeidae Ibero-baleares. Una experiencia piloto. Elytron 5, 31-37.pdf

  344. 7.-1990. Lobo. Andar por la Sierra de Gredos.pdf

  345. 6.-1990. Lobo & Veiga. Interes ecologico y economico de la fauna coprofaga en pastos de uso ganadero. Ecologia.pdf

  346. 5.-1986. Veiga & Lobo. Nuevas observaciones de necrofilia. Bol Asoc esp Entom.pdf

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