Francisco S Tortosa
Francisco S Tortosa
Department of Zoology, Cordoba University (Spain)
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Effect of rubbish dumps on breeding success in the White Stork in southern Spain
FS Tortosa, JM Caballero, J Reyes-López
Waterbirds 25 (1), 39-43, 2002
1012002
Motives for parental infanticide in White Storks Ciconia ciconia
FS Tortosa, T Redondo
Ornis Scandinavica, 185-189, 1992
681992
Effect of food abundance on laying date and clutch size in the White Stork Ciconia ciconia
FS Tortosa, L Pérez, L Hillström
Bird Study 50 (2), 112-115, 2003
602003
Nest switching and alloparental care in colonial white storks
T Redondo, FS Tortosa, LA deREYNA
Animal Behaviour 49 (4), 1097-1110, 1995
591995
Effects of density, climate, and supplementary forage on body mass and pregnancy rates of female red deer in Spain
P Rodriguez-Hidalgo, C Gortázar, FS Tortosa, C Rodriguez-Vigal, ...
Oecologia 164 (2), 389-398, 2010
582010
Habitat selection and home range size of red-legged partridges in Spain
FJ Buenestado, P Ferreras, M Delibes-Mateos, FS Tortosa, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 126 (3-4), 158-162, 2008
562008
Wintering white storks (Ciconia ciconia) in South West Spain in the years 1991 and 1992
ST Francisco
Die Vogelwarte 38, 41-45, 1995
541995
Towards a standardized index of European rabbit abundance in Iberian Mediterranean habitats
J Fernandez-de-Simon, F Díaz-Ruiz, F Cirilli, FS Tortosa, R Villafuerte, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57 (5), 1091-1100, 2011
502011
Frequent copulations despite low sperm competition in white storks (Ciconia ciconia)
T Redondo, FS Tortosa
Behaviour 121 (3-4), 288-314, 1992
481992
Alternative food and rabbit damage in vineyards of southern Spain
IC Barrio, CG Bueno, FS Tortosa
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 138 (1-2), 51-54, 2010
452010
Development of thermoregulatory ability during ontogeny in the white stork Ciconia ciconia
FS Tortosa, F Castro
Ardeola 50 (1), 39-45, 2003
422003
Survival and causes of mortality among wild Red‐legged Partridges Alectoris rufa in southern Spain: implications for conservation
FJ Buenestado, P Ferreras, JA BLANCO‐AGUIAR, FS Tortosa, ...
Ibis 151 (4), 720-730, 2009
412009
Is habitat management an effective tool for wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) population reinforcement?
I Catalán, P Rodríguez-Hidalgo, FS Tortosa
European Journal of Wildlife Research 54 (3), 449-453, 2008
382008
Food supply and external cues limit the clutch size and hatchability in the White Stork Ciconia ciconia
S Djerdali, FS Tortosa, L Hillstrom, S Doumandji
Acta Ornithologica 43 (2), 145-150, 2008
372008
Assessment of methods for estimating wild rabbit population abundance in agricultural landscapes
IC Barrio, P Acevedo, FS Tortosa
European Journal of Wildlife Research 56 (3), 335-340, 2010
362010
Prey naiveté in an introduced prey species: the wild rabbit in Australia
IC Barrio, CG Bueno, PB Banks, FS Tortosa
Behavioral Ecology 21 (5), 986-991, 2010
312010
The effects of fasting and refeeding on biochemical parameters in the red-legged partridge (Alectoris rufa)
P Rodríguez, FS Tortosa, R Villafuerte
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2005
312005
Is the effect of farming practices on songbird communities landscape dependent? A case study of olive groves in southern Spain
JC Castro-Caro, IC Barrio, FS Tortosa
Journal of Ornithology 155 (2), 357-365, 2014
252014
Effect of nest microclimate on effective endothermy in White Stork Ciconia ciconia nestlings
FS Tortosa, R Villafuerte
Bird Study 46 (3), 336-341, 1999
231999
Predation of simulated red-legged partridge nests in big game estates from South Central Spain
AJ Carpio, J Guerrero-Casado, FS Tortosa, J Vicente
European Journal of Wildlife Research 60 (2), 391-394, 2014
222014
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