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CARRASCAL, L. M. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Impact of the plantations of Pinus radiata on the forest avifauna in northern Spain

Volume 37(2), 1990, 247-266. Research articles.

CARRASCAL, L. M. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Foraging behaviour and tree species selection: an analysis with the Short-toed Treecreeper (Certhia brachydactyla) during winter

Volume 36(2), 1989, 149-160. Research articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L.

Biogeography of the breeding avifauna of central Spain

Volume 34(2), 1987, 145-166. Research articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L. and SANTOS, T.

Wintering avifauna in the agricultural landscapes of northern Spain. I. Biogeographical patterns

Volume 32(2), 1985, 203-225. Research articles.

CARRASCAL, L. M. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Wintering avifauna in the agricultural landscapes of northern Spain. II. The role of habitat structure and interspecific competition

Volume 32(2), 1985, 227-251. Research articles.

CANTOS, F. J. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Errors associated to counts of birds in flight formations

Volume 32(2), 1985, 392-400. Short communications.

SANTOS, T. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

The winter distribution of Passerines in the Iberian Peninsula: General patterns

Volume 32(1), 1985, 17-30. Research articles.

CARRASCAL, L. M. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

A multivariate study of the use of space in a group of insectivorous birds during winter

Volume 32(1), 1985, 95-113. Research articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L. and POTTI, J.

Spatial segregation of chats and thrushes (Turdidae) in the Sistema Central mountains, Spain

Volume 31(1), 1984, 103-113. Research articles.

ARROYO, B. and TELLERÍA, J. L.

Bird wintering in the Gibraltar area

Volume 30(1), 1983, 23-31. Research articles.

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