Gonzalo Halffter Madrid, Spain, is a national emeritus lecturer at the Institute of Ecology in Xalapa Mexico and a renowned expert in the study of biodiversity and the management of the natural environment. Dr Halffter has had a long and prolific scientific career, above all in the field of zoology research specifically in the field of entomology, about which he is considered a preeminent authority. He is an active participant in international organizations for the study, protection and conservation of the environment. He earned his PhD in Sciences in from the National School of Biological Sciences of the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico, an institution at which he has served as both chair and head of the Biology and Zoology Departments and where he has been an emeritus lecturer since He has been recognized with numerous distinctions throughout his career including the Special Award of Recognition from the United States National Committee for Man and the Biosphere , the official decoration of the French Order of Merit , the status of emeritus lecturer at the National Polytechnic Institute , the Alfonso L.
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Three new species of the Onthophagus chevrolati species group are described from Mexico: O. Durango ; O. Jalisco ; and O.
The dorsal habitus and genital structures of the new species are figured. The aedeagus and endophallite copulatrix of the holotype of O. The identification keys and distribution maps for the O. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
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We analyzed changes over time in species composition and functional guild structure temporal beta diversity for natural assemblages and those modified by humans in a fragmented, tropical mountain landscape. The assemblages belong to cloud forests the original vegetation type , secondary forests, traditional shaded coffee plantations, commercial shaded coffee plantations, and a cattle pasture. Copronecrophagous beetles, subfamily Scarabaeinae Insecta: Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae , were used as the indicator group. This group has been used in previous studies and other tropical forests and has been found to be a good indicator of the effects of anthropogenic change. For each assemblage, we compared samples that were collected several years apart. Changes were found in species composition, order of abundance, and in the proportion that a given species is present in the different functional groups. The changes that occurred between samplings affected the less abundant species in the cloud forest and in the pasture.
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