Invasión en Patagonia
Indice
Bibliografía

Introducción
Ecos del dodo en la Patagonia

I - ¿Se pueden entender las invasiones biológicas?

Las cosas por su nombre
La exploración de continentes e islas
Viajes con ayuda y sin barreras
¿Qué tienen en común las especies invasoras?
¿Hay ambientes menos o más vulnerables a una invasión?
Paso a paso hacia una invasión
Atención: ingenieros en el ecosistema
Tendencia en alza

II - Estados alterados…, en Patagonia

El avance de los pinos
Historias verdes de aquí y allá
Desbarajustes con insectos
Peluda invasión: el caso de los Mamíferos
Aves
Peces 13/20
Novedades bajo las aguas del mar

III - Misión Posible

Mejor prevenir que después lamentar
¿Es posible erradicar?
Hay que controlar

IV - Entrando al Homogeoceno

“Estamos viviendo en un período…”

Bibliografía
Agradecimientos


Especies introducidas en la Patagonia tratadas o mencionadas en el libro:

Nombre común - nombre científico - rango nativo de distribución


Flora

Diente de león - Taraxacum officinale - EUROPA
Lupino - Lupinus sp. - AMÉRICA del N
Margarita - Chrysanthemum leucanthemum - EUROPA
Retama - Cytisus scoparius - EUROPA
Rosa mosqueta - Rosa rubiginosa - EUROPA
Tojo - Ulex europaeus - EUROPA
Enebro común - Juniperus communis - O y N de ASIA, EUROPA, AMÉRICA del N
Pino de Monterrey - Pinus radiata - CALIFORNIA
Pino ponderosa - Pinus ponderosa - AMÉRICA del N
Pino Oregon - Pseudotsuga menziesii - AMÉRICA del N
Alga wakame - Undaria pinnatifida - JAPÓN, CHINA, COREA


Fauna

Abejorro de jardín europeo - Bombus ruderatus - EUROPA
Avispa chaqueta amarilla - Vespula germanica - EUROPA
Abeja melera - Apis melifera - O de EUROPA
Cangrejo araña del Atlántico Norte - Hyas araneus – ATLÁNTICO N
Diente de perro - Balanus glandula - AMÉRICA del N (costa O)
Ostra del Pacífico - Crassostrea gigas – JAPÓN y COREA
Trucha arco iris - Oncorhynchus mykiss - AMÉRICA del N
Trucha de arroyo - Salvelinus fontinalis - AMÉRICA del N
Trucha marrón - Salmo trutta - EUROPA
Salmón encerrado - Salmo salar sebago - AMÉRICA del N
Salmón coho - Oncorhynchus kisutch - AMÉRICA del N
Codorniz de California - Lophortyxs californica - AMÉRICA del N
Faisán - Lophura nycthermera - ASIA
Gorrión - Passer domesticus - EUROPA y N de AFRICA
Paloma doméstica - Columba livia – EUROPA, AMÉRICA del N, SO de ASIA
Castor canadiense - Castor canadensis - AMÉRICA del N
Ciervo axis - Axis axis - ASIA
Ciervo colorado europeo - Cervus elaphus - EURASIA
Ciervo dama - Dama dama - EURASIA
Conejo europeo - Oryctolagus cuniculus -EUROPA
Jabalí - Sus scrofa - EURASIA
Liebre europea - Lepus europaeus - EUROPA
Rata almizclera - Ondatra zibethicus - AMÉRICA del N
Visón - Mustela vison - AMÉRICA del N
Peludo patagónico - Chaetophractus villosus *
Zorro gris chico - Lycalopex griseus *


* Especies de la Patagonia introducidas en Tierra del Fuego.


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