Papers

Papers

  • Scientfic papers
  • Technical papers
  • Informative papers

 

 

Scientific papers

 

The Society for Conservation Biology (February 2020)

Integral chain management of wildlife diseases

An Martel, Mireia Vila‐Escale, Daniel Fernández‐Giberteau, Albert Martinez‐Silvestre, Stefano Canessa, Sarah Van Praet, Pep Pannon, Koen Chiers, Albert Ferran, Moira Kelly, Mariona Picart, Dolors Piulats, Zhimin Li, Viviana Pagone, Laia Pérez‐Sorribes, Carolina Molina, Aïda Tarragó‐Guarro, Roser Velarde‐Nieto, Francesc Carbonell, Elena Obon, Diego Martínez‐Martínez, Daniel Guinart, Ricard Casanovas, Salvador Carranza and Frank Pasmans  
 

Ecology and Evolution (April 2019)

Future hydrological constraints of the Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi) under changing climate and vegetation cover

José L. J. Ledesma, Albert Montori, Vicent Altava‐Ortiz, Antonio Barrera‐Escoda, Jordi Cunillera and Anna Àvila 

 

PeerJ (June 2017)

Getting off Tone to good start? Genetic evaluation of the ex situ conservation project of the Critically Endangered Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi)

Emilio Valbuena-Ureña, Anna Soler-Membrives, Sebastian Steinfartz, Mònica Alonso, Francesc Carbonell, Raquel Larios-Martín, Elena Obon and Salvador Carranza

 

Heredity (May 2017)

No signs of inbreeding despite long-term isolation and inhabited fragmentation in the critically endangered Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi)

Emilio Valbuena-Ureña, A. Soler-Membrives, S. Steinfartz, P. Orozco-terWengel and S. Carranza

 

Amphibia-Reptilia (2015)

Sexual dimorphism and age structure of the Montseny newt (Calotriton arnoldi)

Fèlix Amat, Neus Oromí, Delfí Sanuy and Salvador Carranza 

 

Herpetology Notes (April 2014)

Natural incidence of body abnormalities in the Montseny newt, Calotirton arnoldi Carranza and Amat, 2005

Albert Martínez-Silvestre, Fèlix Amat and Salvador Carranza

 

British Herpetological Society (2014)

Chytridimoycosis surveillance in the critically endangered Montseny brook newt, Calotriton arnoldi, northeastern Spain

Elena Obon, Francesc Carbonell, Emilio Valbuena-Ureña, Mónica Alonso, Raquel Larios, Saioa Fernández-Beaskoetxea, Matthew C. Fischer and Jaime Bosch

 

Conservation Genetics Resources (2014) 

Characterization of microsatellite loci markers for the critically endangered Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoli)

E. Valbuena-Ureña, S. Steinfartz and S. Carranza

 

PLOS ONE (June 2013)

Integrative Phylogeography of Calotriton Newts (Amphibia, Salamandriadae), with Special Remarks where the Conservation of the Endangered Montseny Brook Newt (Calotriton arnoldi)

Emilio Valbuena-Ureña, Fèlix Amat and Salvador Carranza

 

Journal of Wildlife diseases (2011)

Incidence of pigmented skin Tumors in to population of wild Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi)

Allbert Martínez-Silvestre, Fèlix Amat, Ferran Bargalló and Salvador Carranza 

 

 

Technical papers

 

ZOOBCN. Conservant la biodiversitat (2020)

Reintroducció de tritons al Montseny 

Josep Xarles 

 

ZOOBCN. Conservant la biodiversitat (2020)

Projecte de conservació. Tritons del Montseny

Manel Areste 

 

amphibian ark. Newsletter (March 2020)

Establishment of a new western population of Montseny Brook Newt in 2019

Francesc Carbonell, Torreferrussa Wildlife Center, Spain; Dani Fernandez and Albert Montori, Group of the School of Nature of Parets del Vallès, Spain; Felix Amat, Granollers Museum, Spain; and Dani Guinart, Diputacio of Barcelona, Spain 

 

World of Animal (2018)

Conserving the Catalan newt

Gerardo Garcia 

 

Vallesos, núm. 14 (autumn-winter 2017-18)

New hopes for Montseny's newt

Manel Areste 

 

El nostre Zoo (first quarter 2017)

PROJECTE LIFE. Tritó del Montseny, Calotriton arnoldi (LIFE 15/NAT/ES/000757)

Manel Areste 

 

Doctoral thesis Emilio Valbuena Ureña (2015)

Conservation genetics of the critically endangered Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi) 

Emilio Valbuena Ureña

 

Frog Log (July 2014)

Saving the Montseny Brook Newt (Calotriton arnoldi) From Extinction: An Assessment of Eight Years of Research and Conservation

Fèlix Amat, Salvador Carranza, Emilio Valbuena-Ureña and Francesc Carbonell

 

Amphibian ark. Newsletter, number 27 (June 2014)

Montseny Brook Newt ex situ conservation program

Francesc Carbonell, Mònica Alonso, Raquel Larios, Elena Obon and Emili Valbuena-Ureña 

 

Boletín Asociación Herpetológica Española (2014)

Regeneración de la extremidad anterior en un tritón del Montseny (Calotriton arnoldi) tras su amputación quirúrgica

Elena Obon, Albert Martínez-Silvestre, Francesc Carbonell, Mònica Alonso, Raquel Larios, Emilio Valbuena-Ureña and Joaquim Soler

 

Quercus (June 2013)

Tritón del Montseny: el anfibio más amenazado de Europa occidental 

Fèlix Amat, Francesc Carbonell, Salvador Carranza y Daniel Guinart

 

Anuari del Centre de Estudis de Granollers (2011)

Conservació del tritó del Montseny

Francesc Carbonell

 

VII Jornadas Científicas del Parque Natural de Peñalara y del Valle de El Paular (2009)

Anfibios: Iniciativas para su conservación

Emilio Valbuena-Ureña

 

Monografies del Montseny (2006)

Aproximació a l'evolució i biologia del tritó del Montseny

Fèlix Amat y Salvador Carranza

 

Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (June 2005)

Taxonomy, biogeography and evolution of Euproctus (Amphibia: Salamandridae), with the resurrection of the genus Calotriton and the description of a new endemic species form the Iberian Peninsula

Salvador Carranza and Fèlix Amat

 

 

Informative papers

 

Sant Feliu Diu (No. 50, December 2021)

Exposició del projecte Life Tritó Montseny (p. 50) 

 

Monografies del Montseny (núm. 36, 2021)

El LIFE tritó Montseny (p. 19-39) 

 

Descobrir (February 2021)

El tritó del Montseny, un amfibi a la UCI  

 

Edicions CAVALL FORT (February 2021)

El tritó del Montseny

Iñaki Relanzón

 

 

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