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Juan Carlos IllERA, Álvaro RAMÍREZ, Laura RODRÍGUEZ, Konstantinos POlYPATHELLIS and Javier PÉREZ-TRIS

Maternal genetic structure reveals an incipient differentiation in the Canary Islands Chiffchaff Phylloscopus canariensis

Volume 67.2, 2020, 401-414. Research articles.

Juan ARIZAGA, Daniel ALONSO, José A. CORTÉS, Ton EGGENHUIZEN, Julien FOUCHER, Dieter FRANZ, Javier GARCÍA, Fred KONING, Michel LECONTE, Hamid RGUIBI, Thijs VALKENBURG, Pablo VERA and Keith A. HOBSON

Migratory connectivity in European bird populations: feather stable isotope values correlate with biometrics of breeding and wintering bluethroats Luscinia svecica

Volume 62.2, 2015, 255-268. Research articles.

Antonio SÁNCHEZ MARCO

New data and an overview of the past avifaunas from the Canary Islands

Volume 57(1), 2010, 13-40. Research articles.

Agustín CASTRO, Antonio-RomÁn MUÑOZ and Raimundo REAL

Modelling the spatial distribution of Tengmalm’s owl Aegolius funereus in its Southwestern Palaeartic limit (NE Spain)

Volume 55(1), 2008, 71-85. Research articles.

Juan Carlos Rando

New fossil records of choughs genus Pyrhocorax in the Canary Islands: hypotheses to explain its extinction and current narrow distribution

Volume 54(2), 2007, 185-195. Research articles.

Luis M. CARRASCAL and David PALOMINO

Factors affecting the geographic distribution of the family Turdidae in the Iberian Peninsula

Volume 53(1), 2006, 127-141. Research articles.

Pere PONS and Josep M. BAS

Open-habitat birds in recently burned areas: the role of the fire extent and species' habitat breadth

Volume 52(1), 2005, 119-131. Research articles.

Andrés BARBOSA and Eulalia MORENO

A vision of the Spanish ornithology through 50 years of Ardeola publication

Volume 51(1), 2004, 3-18. Research articles.

L. M. CARRASCAL and D. PALOMINO

Factors affecting bird species richness in Selvagem and Canary Islands

Volume 49(2), 2002, 211-221. Research articles.

J. C. RANDO

New data of fossil birds from El Hierro (Canary Islands): probable causes of extinction and some biogeographical considerations

Volume 49(1), 2002, 39-49. Research articles.

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