Relação de contribuições geradas pelo Projeto AM - Espécies em geral de SC e RS --- Novos Acréscimos III ...!

01-01-2012 19:01

Avulsos Malacológicos - AM - Florianópolis, Brazil

RELAÇÂO DE CONTRIBUIÇÕES GERADAS PELO PROJETO AM

 
 

ESPÉCIES EM GERAL DE SC E RS

- NOVOS ACRÉSCIMOS III -

 

 

+ AGUDO-PADRÒN, A.I. 2012. Resumo de pesquisa malacológica I: Malacofauna ocorrente na região central da Grande Porto Alegre, RS: uma aproximação ao seu conhecimento integral. Revista Espaço Científico Livre, 2(8): 64-65. Disponível em: http://issuu.com/rev_espaco_cientifico_livre/docs/revista_espaco_cientifico

 

+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2012.  Exotic and invasive freshwater/limnic mollusks in Brazil: a quick review of current knowledge, with special emphasis on the Southern region. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 14(2): 20-22. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaJune2012.pdf

 

+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2012. New geographical record of amphibian slugs Omalonyx (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Succineidae) in the North of Santa Catarina's State, Southern Brazil. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 14(2): 22-23. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaJune2012.pdf

 

+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2012. A new emerging scientific continental malacological collection - II - in RS State, Southern Brazil: Augusto Ruschi Zoobotanical Museum, Passo Fundo University - UPF, Passo Fundo Municipal District, RS (CMOUPF). FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 14(2): 23-24. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaJune2012.pdf

 

 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2012. Some short field observations on birds that eat freshwater mollusks and their prey in the Metropolitan region of "Great Porto Alegre", Southernmost Brazil. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 14(1): 18-19. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaMarch2012
 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2012. New report of local freshwater snails in the environment Campus of the Lutheran University of Brazil - ULBRA, Canoas Municipal District, Rio Grande do Sul State, RS. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 14(1): 20-22. Available online at:

http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaMarch2012.pdf

 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRON, A.I. 2012. Conservation of endemic land snails in southern Brasil: new records of alien european slugs in the highlands of Santa Catarina State. IUCN/SSC Internet Newsletter TENTACLE, Hawaii, (20): 24-25. Available online at: http://www.hawaii.edu/cowielab/tentacle/Tentacle_20.pdf
 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2011. About Eupera klappenbachi Mansur & Veitenheimer, 1975, a very little native freshwater clam (Sphaeriidae) in Santa Catarina, Central Southern Brazil. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 13(4): 23-25. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaDec2011.pdf
 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2011. A new emerging scientific continental malacological collection and the research with mollusk fauna in the North Metropolitan region of the "Great Porto Alegre", RS, Southernmost Brazil. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 13(4): 25-33. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaDec2011.pdf
 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2011. About the threatened freshwater mollusk fauna of the Itajaí-Açu river basin valley, Santa Catarina's State, SC, Central Southern Brazil. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 13(4): 33-37. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaDec2011.pdf
 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. 2011. Evaluative summary of the Santa Catarina's State mollusk fauna, Central Southern Brazil, after 15 years of research. FMCS Newsletter Ellipsaria, Illinois, 13(4): 37-46. Available online at: http://molluskconservation.org/EVENTS/ELLIPSARIA/EllipsariaDec2011.pdf
 
 
+ AGUDO-PADRÓN, A.I. & LENHARD, P. 2011. Continental mollusc fauna of the Great Porto Alegre central region, RS, Southern Brazil. Biodiversity Journal - BJ, Palermo, 2(4): 163-170. Available online at: http://www.biodiversityjournal.com/pdf/2(4)_163-170.pdf