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Other Research based (at least in part) in the Maquipucuna Reserve Region, Pichincha, Ecuador:


Bostwick, K. S. 2000. Display behaviors, mechanical sounds, and evolutionary relationships of the Club-winged Manakin (Machaeropterus deliciosus). Auk 117(2): 465-478.

Castellanos P., A. X. 2003. Ecology of re-introduced Andean bears in the Maquipucuna Biological Reserve, Ecuador: conservation implications. Re-introduction News No. 23: 32-34.

Coloma, L. A. 1995. Ecuadorian frogs of the genus Colostethus (Anura: Dendrobatidae). University of Kansas Natural History Museum Miscellaneous Publication 87: 1-72.

Fernandez C., F. & E. E. Palacio G . 1999. Lenomyrmex, an enigmatic new ant genus from the Neotropical region (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae). Systematic Entomology 24(1): 7-16.

Flint, O. S., Jr. 1998. Studies of Neotropical caddisflies, 53: a taxonomic revision of the subgenus Curgia of the genus Chimarra (Trichoptera: Philopotamidae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 594.

Lash, G. Y. B. 2003. Sustaining our spirit: ecotourism on privately-owned rural lands and protected areas. Ph.D. Dissertation. Univ. of Georgia.

Raguso, R. A. & O. Gloster. 1996. Preliminary checklist and field observations of the butterflies of the Maquipucuna Field Station (Pichincha Province, Ecuador). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 32: 135-161. [in PDF/Adobe Acrobat format; please respect copyright]

Rhoades, C. C., G. E. Eckert, & D. C. Coleman. 1998. Effect of pasture trees on soil nitrogen and organic matter: implications for tropical montane forest restoration. Restoration Ecology 6(3): 262-270.

Rhoades, C. C. & D. C. Coleman. 1999. Nitrogen mineralization and nitrification following land conversion in montane Ecuador. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31: 1347-1354

Skelley, P. E ., R. A. B. Leschen, & J. V. McHugh. 1997. A revision of Lybanodes Gorham, 1888 (Coleoptera: Erotylidae: Tritominae). Annales-Zoologici-(Warsaw) 47(1-2): 33-48.

Udvardy, S. L. 2003. Water basin conservation in northwestern Ecuador: a baseline study of four rivers in the pilot area of the Choco-Andes Conservation Corridor. M. S. Thesis. Univ. of Georgia.