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José Luis TELLERÍA

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Volume 62.1, 2015, 185-186. Special articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L., PÉREZ-TRIS, J. and CARBONELL, R.

Seasonal changes in abundance and flight-related morphology reveal different migration patterns in Iberian forest passerines

Volume 48(1), 2001, 27-46. Research articles.

DÍAZ, M., ASENSIO, B., LLORENTE, G. A., MORENO, E., MONTORI, A., PALOMARES, F., PALOMO, J., PULIDO, F., SENAR, J. C. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

The future of the Spanish scientific journals: a need for a scientific, social and institutional effort

Volume 48(1), 2001, 99-105. Forum.

FERNÁNDEZ-JURICIC, E. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Recruitment patterns of Blackbirds (Turdus merula) in urban fragmented populations.

Volume 46(1), 1999, 61-70. Research articles.

CARBONELL, R. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Selection and habitat use by five Iberian Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) populations

Volume 45(1), 1998, 1-10. Research articles.

SANTOS, T. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Effects of fragmentation on forest insectivorous passerines in two European woodlands

Volume 44(1), 1997, 113-117. Short communications.

DÍAZ, M., STILES, F. G. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

The bird community in a large and permanent opening of the Amazonian rainforest: the Sierra de Chiribiquete (Colombia).

Volume 42(2), 1995, 191-200. Research articles.

VALIDO, A., TELLERÍA, J. L. and CARRASCAL, L. M.

Between- and within-habitat distribution of the Canary Common Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs ombriosa): a test of the food abundance hypothesis

Volume 41(1), 1994, 29-35. Research articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L. and GALARZA, A.

Wintering avifauna in an eucalyptus plantation of northern Spain

Volume 38(2), 1991, 239-247. Research articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L. and GALARZA, A.

Avifauna and landscape in northern Spain: effects of reafforestations with exotic trees

Volume 37(2), 1990, 229-245. Research articles.

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