Diego Vázquez

Photo credit: M. A. Rodriguez.

I am a biologist broadly interested in ecology, with an emphasis on community ecology, plant-animal interactions, especially pollination and other plant-animal mutualisms, ecological networks, and invasions biology. I am a CONICET Principal Researcher at the Argentine Institute for Dryland Research (IADIZA), in Mendoza, Argentina. I am also an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences of the National University of Cuyo, where I teach Ecology and Conservation biology, and serve as a member of the academic comission of the Doctoral Program in Science and Technology. In addition, I serve as an associate editor of the journals Ecología Austral, Ecology/Ecological Monographs and Proceedings of the Royal Society B, and as a member of IADIZA’s Advisory Board. I am also a proud member of the Argentine Ecological Association, an elected fellow the Ecological Society of America and a corresponding member of the Ecological Society of Chile.

My past history includes being born and growing up in San Fernando, Buenos Aires, Argentina, studing Biology at the University of Buenos Aires, doing a Ph.D. at the University of Tennesse, Knoxville, and working as a post-doc at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS), at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I also spent recently a sabbatical year as an External Senior Fellow at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS), University of Freiburg, Germany.

I like reading, swimming, and hiking in beautiful natural areas. Unlike many of my fellow Argentinians, I am not a football fan. If you want to know even more tedious details about me, check out my publications, my Google Scholar, ORCID and ResearchGate profiles, my CV, or follow me on Twitter. And here’s my contact information, in case you want to get in touch with me:


Postal address: Instituto Argentino de Investigaciones de las Zonas Áridas, CONICET, Av. Ruiz Leal s/n, 5500 Mendoza, Argentina (how to get there)
E-mail: dvazquez [at] mendoza-conicet.gob.ar
Phone: +54 261 524 4121


Word cloud of the co-authors of my publications. Font size is proportional to the number of journal papers we have co-authored. For example, the colleague with whom I have published the greatest number of papers is Natacha (Nachu) Chacoff (11 papers), while I have published only one paper with 109 different collaborators. Drawn with R package wordcloud. Last update: February 10, 2020. See the co-author hall of fame for some pictures.

My research is highly collaborative. Although I have published a few solo papers, most of my publications have been done in close collaboration with colleagues in my group and at many other institutions worldwide, as shown by the word cloud of my co-authors on the right. This social, collaborative aspect of science is to me one of the nicest parts of my job; my research would simply not be possible without the enormous contribution of my many excellent collaborators (see my co-author hall of fame for some pictures).

Below you can find a full list of my publications, including journal papers and book chapters, special issues of journals I have edited, theses, and short commentaries and book reviews.

Journal papers and book chapters

Submitted (in review)

114. Peralta G, Webber C, Perry GLW, Stouffer DB, Vázquez DP, Tylianakis JM. Scale-dependent effects of landscape structure on pollinator traits, species interactions and pollination success.

113. Vázquez DP, Peralta G, Cagnolo L, Santos M. Ecological interaction networks: what we know, what we don’t, and why it matters.

112. Alvarez MA, Barros AA, Vázquez DP, Bonjour LJ, Lembrechts J, Wedegärtner R, Aschero V. Hiking and livestock favor non-native plants in the high Andes.

111. Morán-López T, Benadi G, Lara-Romero C, Chacoff N, Vitali A, Pescador D, Lomascolo SB, , Morente-López J, Vázquez DP, Morales JM. Diet flexibility: a common pollinator behavior that can attenuate the impacts of phenological shifts.

110. Zhong Z, Li X, Smit C, Li T, Wang L, Aschero V, Vázquez D, Cushman H, Wang D. Large herbivores facilitate a dominant grassland plant via multiple indirect effects.

109. Galiana N, Lurgi M, Bastazini V, Bosch J, Cagnolo L, Cazelles K, Claramunt B, Emer C, Fortin M-J, Grass I, Jauker F, Leroux S, McCann K, McLeod A, Montoya D, Mulder C, Steffan-Dewenter I, Traveset A, Vázquez DP, Wood S, Gravel D, Roslin T, Thuiller W and Montoya JM. The spatial scaling of ecological networks across the globe.

108. Martín Gonález A, Vázquez DP, Ramos-Jiliberto R, Lee SH, Miele V. Core-periphery structure in mutualistic networks: an epitaph for nestedness? Preprint in bioRxiv.

107. Franco-Cisterna M, Ramos-Jiliberto R, Moisset de Espanés P, Vázquez DP. Degree for pollinators, phenology for plants: the determinants of species loss in mutualistic networks facing phenological shifts.

106. Maldonado MB, Serrano AM, Chacoff NP, Vázquez DP. The role of dung beetles in seed dispersal along an aridity gradient.

105. Haedo JP, Marrero HJ, Vázquez DP. The role of floral abundance in heterospecific pollen transfer by native and exotics plants.

104. Martin MH, Vázquez DP, LeBuhn G. Predicting the resistance of plant-pollinator assemblages to fire.

103. Chalcoff VR, Sasal Y, Graham LE, Vázquez DP, Morales CL. Invasive bumblebee disrupts a pollination mutualism over broad temporal and spatial scales.

102. Marrero HJ, Torretta JP, Baldassini P, Vázquez DP, Medan D. Landscape heterogeneity differentially affects delivery of native and exotic pollen by floral visitors in agroecosystems.

101. Vázquez DP, Vitale N, Dorado J, Amico G, Stevani EL. Phenological mismatches influence the demography of solitary bees.

100. Carrara R, Vázquez DP, Flores GE, Scollo AM. Predictions and test of multiple climate-species richness hypotheses to explain the spatial distribution of tenebrionid beetles in mountain environments.

99. Souza JMT, Vázquez DP, Varassin IG. Abundance and phenology drive plant-pollinator network responses to restoration in the Southern Atlantic rainforest in Brazil.


98. Vitali A, Vázquez DP, Miguel MF, Sasal Y, Rodriguez-Cabal M. A keystone mutualism promotes resistance to invasion. Journal of Animal Ecology, in press

97. Leguizamón Y, Debandi G, Vázquez DP. Managed honeybee hives and the diversity of wild bees in a dryland nature reserve. Apidologie, in press

96. Vitali A, Sasal Y, Vázquez DP, Miguel MF, Rodríguez-Cabal MA. The disruption of a keystone interaction erodes pollination and seed dispersal networks. Ecology, in press.

95. Chillo V, Vázquez DP, Tavella J, Cagnolo L. Plant-plant co-occurrences under a complex land-use gradient in a temperate forest. Oecologia 196: 815-824

94. Schwarz B, Dormann CF, Vázquez DP, Fründ J. Within-day dynamics of plant-pollinator networks are dominated by early flower closure: an experimental test of network plasticity. Oecologia 196: 781-794

93. Resasco J, Chacoff NP, Vázquez DP. Plant-pollinator interactions between generalists persist over time and space. Ecology 102: e03359

92. Benadi G, Dormann CF, Fründ J, Stephan R, Vázquez DP. Quantitative prediction of interactions in bipartite networks based on traits, relative abundances, and phylogenetic relatedness. American Naturalist, in press [preprint]

91. CaraDonna PJ, Burkle LA, Schwarz B, Resasco J, Knight TM, Benadi G, Blüthgen N, Dormann CF, Fang Q, Fründ J, Gauzens B, Kaiser-Bunbury C, Winfree R, Vázquez DP. Seeing through the static: The temporal dimension of plant–animal mutualistic interactions. Ecology Letters 24: 149-161

90. Santos M, Cagnolo L, Roslin T, Ruperto EF, Bernaschini ML, Vázquez DP. Robustness of a meta-network to alternative habitat loss scenarios. Oikos 130: 133-142


89. Queiroz JA, Diniz UM, Vázquez DP, Quirino ZM, Santos FAR, Mello MAR, Machado IC. Bats and hawkmoths form mixed modules with flowering plants in a nocturnal interaction network. Biotropica, in press

88. Mazzolari AC, Millán EN, Bringa EM, Vázquez DP. Modeling habitat suitability and spread dynamics of two invasive rose species in protected areas of Mendoza, Argentina. Ecological Complexity 44, doi: 10.1016/j.ecocom.2020.100868

87. Halpern BS, Berlow E, Williams R, Borer ET, Davis FW, Dobson A, Enquist BJ, Froehlich HE, Gerber LR, Lortie CJ, O’Connor M, Regan H, Vázquez DP, Willard G. Ecological synthesis and its role in advancing knowledge. BioScience, doi: 10.1093/biosci/biaa105

86. Chávez-González E, Vizentin-Bugoni J, Vázquez DP, MacGregor-Fors I, Ortiz-Pulido R, Dáttilo W. Drivers of the structure of plant-hummingbird networks at multiple temporal scales. Oecologia 193: 913–924

85. Peralta G, Perry GLW, Vázquez DP, Dehling DM, Tylianakis JM. Strength of niche processes for species interactions is lower for generalists and exotic species. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 2145-2155

84. Peralta G, Vázquez DP, Chacoff NP, Lomáscolo SB, Perry GLW, Tylianakis JM. Trait matching and phenological overlap increase the functionality and spatio-temporal stability of plant-pollinator networks. Ecology Letters 23: 1107-1116

83. Schwarz B, Vázquez DP, CaraDonna PJ, Knight TM, Benadi G, Dormann CF, Gauzens B, Motivans E, Resasco J, Blüthgen N, Burkle LA, Fang Q, Kaiser-Bunbury CN, Alarcón R, Bain JA, Chacoff NP, Huang S-Q, LeBuhn G, MacLeod M, Petanidou T, Rasmussen C, Simanonok MP, Thompson AH, Fründ J. Temporal scale-dependence of plant-pollinator networks. Oikos 129: 1289-1302

82. Miele V, Ramos-Jiliberto R, Vázquez DP. Core-periphery dynamics in a plant-pollinator network. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 1670-1677

81. Ramos-Jiliberto R, Moisset de Espanés P, Vázquez DP. Pollinator declines and the stability of plant-pollinator networks. Ecosphere 11: e03069

80. Vitale N, Torretta JP, Durante S, Basilio A, Vázquez DP. Similarities and differences in the realized niche of two allopatric populations of a solitary bee under environmental variability. Apidologie 51: 439–454

79. Mazzolari MC, Hierro JL, Vázquez DP. Analysis of an invasion in the community context: a case study about differences and similarities between native and non-native shrubs. Plant Ecology 221: 83-89

78. Xi X, Zhang B, Zhang L, Vázquez DP, Dong Y, Sun S. Experimental reduction of plant abundance changes interaction frequency of a tri-trophic micro-food web: contrasting responses of generalists and specialists. Journal of Ecology 108:415–423

77. Peralta G, Stouffer DB, Bringa EM, Vázquez DP. No such thing as a free lunch: interaction costs and the structure and stability of mutualistic networks. Oikos 129: 503-511


76. Schiesari L, Matias MG, Prado PIKL, Leibold MA, Albert C, Brancalion HS, Cabeza M, Coutinho R, Diniz Filho JAF, Fournier B, Howeth J, Lahr D, Leroux S, Lewinsohn TM, Martins M, Morsello C, Pardini R, Peres-Neto PR, Pillar V, Siqueira T, Vázquez DP. Towards an applied metaecology. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 17: 172-181

75. Santos M, Cagnolo L, Roslin T, Marrero HJ, Vázquez DP. Landscape connectivity explains interaction network patterns at multiple scales. Ecology 100: e02883

74. Maldonado MB, Araníbar JN, Serrano AM, Chacoff NP, Vázquez DP. Dung beetles and nutrient cycling in a dryland environment. Catena 179: 66-73

73. Lomáscolo S, Chacoff NP, Giannini N, Castro-Urgal R, Vázquez DP. Inferring coevolution in a plant-pollinator network. Oikos 128: 775-789


72. Ramos-Jiliberto R, Moisset de Espanés P, Franco-Cisterna M, Petanidou T, Vázquez DP. Phenology determines the robustness of plant-pollinator networks. Scientific Reports 8: 14873.

71. Valdovinos F, Berlow EL, Moisset de Espanés P, Ramos-Jiliberto R, Vázquez DP, Martinez N. Species traits and network structure predict the success and impacts of pollinator invasions. Nature Communications 9: 2153

70. Chillo V, Vázquez DP, Amoroso MM, Bennett EM. Land use intensity indirectly affects ecosystem services mainly through plant functional identity in a temperate forest. Functional Ecology 32: 1390-1399

69. Drack JME, Vázquez DP. Morphological response of a cactus to cement dust pollution. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 148: 571-577

68. Chacoff NP, Resasco J, Vázquez DP. Interaction frequency, network position, and the temporal persistence of interactions in a plant-pollinator network. Ecology 99: 21-28


67. Vitale N, Gonzalez VH, Vázquez DP. Nesting ecology of sympatric species of wool carder bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae: Anthidium) in South America. Journal of Apicultural Research 56: 497-509

66. Peralta G, Stevani EL, Chacoff NP, Dorado J, Vázquez DP. Fire influences the structure of plant-bee networks. Journal of Animal Ecology 86: 1372-1379 [Dataset in Dryad]

65. Marrero HJ, Torretta JP, Vázquez DP, Hodara K, Medan D. Exotic plants promote pollination niche overlap in agroecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 239: 304-309

64. Mazzolari AC, Marrero HJ, Vázquez DP. Potential contribution to the invasion process of different reproductive strategies of two invasive roses. Biological Invasions 19: 615-623

63. Vitale N, Vázquez DP. Ecology and nesting biology of the wood-boring bee Trichothurgus laticeps (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in a Monte desert reserve in mid-western Argentina. Apidologie 48: 31-40

62. Vázquez DP, Gianoli E, Morris WF, Bozinovic F. Ecological and evolutionary impacts of increasing climatic variability. Biological Reviews 92: 22-42


61. Dorado J, Vázquez DP. Flower diversity and bee reproduction in an arid ecosystem. PeerJ 4: e2250

60. Aschero V, Morris WF, Vázquez DP, Álvarez JA, Villagra PE. Demography and population growth rate of the tree Prosopis flexuosa with contrasting grazing regimes in the Central Monte Desert. Forest Ecology and Management 369: 184-190

59. Fort H, Vázquez DP, Lan BL. Abundance and generalization in mutualistic networks: solving the chicken-and-egg dilemma. Ecology Letters 19: 4-11


58. Vázquez DP, Ramos-Jiliberto R, Urbani P, Valdovinos FS. A conceptual framework for studying the strength of plant-animal mutualistic interactions. Ecology Letters 18: 385-400

57. Alma AM, Pol RG, Pacheco LF, Vázquez DP. No defensive role of ants throughout a broad latitudinal and elevational range of a cactus. Biotropica 47: 347-354


56. Aizen MA, Morales CL, Vázquez DP, Garibaldi LA, Sáez A, Harder LD. When mutualism goes bad: density-dependent impacts of introduced bees on plant reproduction. New Phytologist 204: 322-328

55. Chamberlain S, Vázquez DP, Carvalheiro L, Elle E, Vamosi JC. Phylogenetic tree shape and the structure of mutualistic networks. Journal of Ecology 102: 1234-1243

54. Kaiser-Bunbury CN, Vázquez DP, Stang M, Ghazoul J. Determinants of the microstructure of plant-pollinator networks. Ecology 95: 3314-3324 Supplementary material

53. Dorado J, Vázquez DP. The diversity-stability relationship in floral resources. Oikos 123: 1137-1143


52. Maldonado MB, Lomáscolo SB, Vázquez DP. The importance of pollinator generalization and abundance for the reproductive success of a generalist plant. PLoS ONE 8: e75482

51. Eklöf A, Jacob U, Kopp JC, Bosch J, Castro-Urgal R, Chacoff NP, Dalsgaard B, de Sassi C, Galetti M, Guimarães PR, Lomáscolo SB, Martín-González AM, Pizo MA, Rader R, Rodrigo A, Tylianakis JM, Vázquez DP, Allesina S. The dimensionality of ecological networks. Ecology Letters 16: 577-583


50. Vitule JRS, Freire CA, Vázquez DP, Nuñez MA, Simberloff D. Revisiting the potential conservation value of non-native species. Conservation Biology 26: 1153-1155.

49. Vázquez DP, Gianoli E, Gonzáles WL, Hierro JL, Pacheco LF, Valladares F. ¿Es necesaria la teoría ecológica para la conservación de la biodiversidad? Revista Boliviana de Ecología y Conservación Ambiental 29: 65-72.

48. Vázquez DP, Lomáscolo SB, Maldonado MB, Chacoff NP, Dorado J, Stevani EL, Vitale NL. The strength of plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology 93: 719-725.

47. Chacoff NP, Vázquez DP, Lomáscolo SB, Stevani EL, Dorado J, Padrón B. Evaluating sampling completeness in a desert plant-pollinator network. Journal of Animal Ecology 81: 190-200


46. Vázquez DP, Álvarez JA, Debandi G, Araníbar JN, Villagra PE. Ecological consequences of dead wood extraction in an arid ecosystem. Basic and Applied Ecology 12: 722-732

45. Carrara R, Vázquez DP, Flores G. Habitat specificity can blur the predictions of species-energy theory: a case study of tenebrionid beetles adapted to aridity. Journal of Arid Environments 75: 703-710

44. Dorado J, Vázquez DP, Stevani EL, Chacoff NP. Rareness and specialization in plant-pollinator networks. Ecology 92: 19-25

43. Vázquez DP, Morales CL. Pollination. En: Encyclopedia of Invasive Introduced Species, University of California Press


42. Melián CJ, Alonso D, Vázquez DP, Regetz J, Allesina S. Frequency-dependent selection predicts patterns of radiations and biodiversity. PLoS Computational Biology 6: e1000892.

41. Vázquez DP, Gresser J, Martin J-L. Introduced deer and the pollination and reproduction of an animal-pollinated herb. Botany 88: 110-118.

40. Morris WF, Vázquez DP, Chacoff NP. Benefit and cost curves for typical pollination mutualisms. Ecology 91: 1276-1285.

39. Carrara R, Vázquez DP. Species-energy theory: a role for energy variability. Ecography 33: 942-948.

38. Villalobos AE, Vázquez DP, Martin J-L. Soil disturbance, vegetation cover and the establishment of the exotic shrub Pyracantha coccinea in southern France. Biological Invasions 12: 1023-1029.


37. Vázquez DP, Chacoff N, Cagnolo L. Evaluating multiple determinants of the structure of mutualistic networks. Ecology 90: 2039-2046. See also Appendix and Supplement.

36. Vázquez DP, Blüthgen N, Cagnolo L, Chacoff NP. Uniting pattern and process in plant-animal mutualistic networks: a review. Annals of Botany 103: 1445-1457.

35. Winfree R, Aguilar R, Vázquez DP, LeBuhn G, Aizen MA. How do bees respond to anthropogenic disturbance? A meta-analysis. Ecology 90: 2068-2076.

34. Aschero V, Vázquez DP. Enhanced plant-pollinator interactions and tree reproduction after suppression of anthropogenic degradation in an arid ecosystem. Austral Ecology 34: 901-907.

33. Jordano P, Vázquez DP, Bascompte J. Redes complejas de interacciones mutualistas planta-animal. En: Medel R, Zamora R, Aizen M, Dirzo R (eds.), Interacciones Planta-Animal y la Conservación de la Biodiversidad. CYTED.


32. Vázquez DP, Aschero V, Stevani EL. Livestock grazing, habitat protection and diversity of bees and wasps in the Central Monte desert. Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina 67: 1-10.

31. Morales JM, Vázquez DP. The effect of space in plant-animal mutualistic networks: insights from a simulation study. Oikos 117: 1362-1370.

30. Blüthgen N, Fründ J, Vázquez DP, Menzel F. What do interaction network metrics tell us about specialization and biological traits? Ecology 89: 3387-3399.


29. Vázquez DP, Melián CJ, Williams NM, Blüthgen N, Krasnov BR, Poulin R. Species abundance and asymmetric interaction strength in ecological networks. Oikos 116: 1120-1127.

28. Vázquez DP. Introduced herbivores and the Allee effect in animal-pollinated plants. Ecología Austral 17: 21-36.

27. Morris WF, Hufbauer RA, Agrawal AA, Bever JD, Borowicz VA, Gilbert GS, Maron JL, Mitchell CE, Parker IM, Power AG, Torchin ME, Vázquez DP. Direct and interactive effects of enemies and mutualists on plant performance: a meta-analysis. Ecology 88: 1021-1029.

26. Kremen C, Williams NM, Aizen MA, Gemmill-Herren B, Lebuhn G, Minckley R, Packer L, Potts SG, Roulston T, Steffan-Dewenter I, Vázquez D, Winfree R, Adams L, Crone EE, Greenleaf SS, Keitt TH, Klein A, Regetz J, Ricketts TH. Pollination and other ecosystem services produced by mobile organisms: a conceptual framework for the effects of land use change. Ecology Letters 10: 299-314.

25. Floeter SR, Vázquez DP, Grutter AS. The macroecology of marine cleaning mutualisms. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 105-111.


24. Aizen MA, Vázquez DP. Flower functioning in human-altered habitats. Pp. 159-179 en: The Ecology and Evolution of Flowers (Harder LD, Barrett SCH, eds.). Oxford University Press.

23. Aizen MA, Vázquez DP. Flowering phenologies of hummingbird plants from the temperate forest of southern South America: is there evidence of competitive displacement? Ecography 29: 357-366.

22. Mitchell C, Agrawal A, Bever J, Gilbert G, Hufbauer RA, Klironomos J, Maron J, Morris WF, Parker I, Power A, Seabloom E, Torchin M, Vázquez DP. Biotic interactions and plant invasions. Ecology Letters 9: 726-740.

21. Vázquez DP, Aizen MA. Community-wide patterns of specialization in plant-pollinator interactions revealed by null models. Pp. 200-219 in: Plant-pollinator interactions: from specialization to generalization (Waser NM, Ollerton J, eds.). The University of Chicago Press.

20. Vázquez DP. Exploring the relationship between niche breadth and invasion success. Pp. 307-322 en: Conceptual ecology and invasions biology: reciprocal approaches to nature (Cadotte MW, McMahon SM, Fukami T, eds.). Springer.


19. Vázquez DP. Reconsidering the Hutchinsonian niche. Ecología Austral 15: 149-158. [In Spanish] [Award of the Argentine Association of Ecology to the best paper published in 2004-2005 in Ecología Austral.]

18. Vázquez DP, Morris WF, Jordano P. Interaction frequency as a surrogate for the total effect of animal mutualists on plants. Ecology Letters 8: 1088-1094. [Appendix]

17. Vázquez DP, Poulin R, Krasnov, BR, Shenbrot, GI. Species abundance patterns and the distribution of specialization in host–parasite interaction networks. Journal of Animal Ecology 74: 946-955.

16. Vázquez DP. Degree distribution in plant-animal mutualistic networks: forbidden links or random interactions? Oikos 108: 421-426.


15. Vázquez DP, Stevens RD. The latitudinal gradient in niche breadth: concepts and evidence. American Naturalist 164: E1-E19.

14. Vázquez DP, Aizen MA. Asymmetric specialization: a pervasive feature of plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology 85: 1251-1257.

13. Vázquez DP, Simberloff D. Indirect effects of introduced ungulates on pollination and plant reproduction. Ecological Monographs 74: 281–308.


12. Vázquez DP, Simberloff D. Changes in interaction biodiversity induced by an introduced ungulate. Ecology Letters 6: 1077-1083.

11. Wilson WG, Lundberg P, Vázquez DP, Shurin JB, Smith MD, Langford W, Gross KL, Mittelbach GG. Biodiversity and species interactions: extending Lotka-Volterra theory to predict community properties. Ecology Letters 6: 944-952.

10. Vázquez DP, Aizen MA. Null model analyses of specialization in plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology 84: 2493-2501.


9. Vázquez DP. Multiple effects of introduced mammalian herbivores in a temperate forest. Biological Invasions 4: 175-191.

8. Vázquez DP, Aragón R. Introduction [to special issue on biological invasions in southern South America]. Biological Invasions 4: 1-5.

7. Vázquez DP, Simberloff D. Ecological specialization and susceptibility to disturbance: conjectures and refutations. American Naturalist 159: 606-623.

6. Aizen MA, Vázquez DP, Smith-Ramírez C. Natural history of plant-animal mutualisms in the Temperate Forest of Southern South America. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 75: 79-97. [In Spanish.]

5. Collins MD, Vázquez DP, Sanders NJ. Species-area curves, homogenization, and the loss of diversity. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 457-464.

2001 and before

4. Vázquez DP, Simberloff D. 2001. Taxonomic selectivity in surviving introduced insects in the United States. In: Biotic Homogenisation: the loss of diversity through invasion and extinction (Lockwood JL, McKinney MM, eds.). Kluwer Academic Press.

3. Vázquez DP, Canale D, Gürtler RE. 1999. Effects of non-susceptible hosts on the intection with Trypanosoma cruzi of the vector Triatoma infestans: an experimental model. Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 94: 413-420.

2. Vázquez DP, Gittleman JL. 1998. Biodiversity conservation: does phylogeny matter? Current Biology 8: R379-R381.

1. Gürtler RE, Cecere MC, Vázquez DP, Chuit R, Cohen JE. 1996. Host-feeding patterns of domiciliary Triatoma infestans (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) in Northwest Argentina: seasonal and instar variation. Journal of Medical Entomology 33: 15-26.

Edited special issues of journals

E2. Vázquez DP, Cassini M (eds.). 2005. Special section: The niche, concepts and applications. Ecología Austral 15: 115-158. [In Spanish.]

E1. Vázquez DP, Aragón, R. 2002. Special issue: Biological invasions in southern South America: a first step towards a synthesis. Biological Invasions 4(1-2). [Note: Send me an e-mail if you would like to receive a copy of the whole volume in pdf format.]


T2. Vázquez DP. 2002. Interactions among Introduced Ungulates, Plants, and Pollinators: A Field Study in the Temperate Forest of the Southern Andes. Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

T1. Vázquez DP. 1995. Efecto de la presencia de hospedadores no susceptibles en la transmisión del Trypanosoma cruzi al vector Triatoma infestans: Un modelo experimiental. Licence Thesis, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Comentaries, book reviews, etc.

C10. Vázquez DP. 2010. Review of “Catalogue of Bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in the Neotropical Region”, edited by J. S. Moure, D. Urban and G. A. R. Melo. Boletín de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina 21: 13-14.

C9. Vázquez DP. 2009. Review of “Allee effects in Ecology and Conservation,” by F. Courchamp, L. Berec, J. Gascoigne. Biological Conservation, in press.

C8. Vázquez DP. 2007. On the parsimony of null models of plant-pollinator networks (e-letter). PLoS Biology.

C7. Vázquez DP. 2005. Review of “The structure and dynamics of geographic ranges,” by K. J. Gaston. Biological Conservation 122: 649.

C6. Vázquez DP. 2002. Review of “Cause and Correlation in Biology: A User’s Guide to Path Analysis, Structural Equations and Causal Inference,” by B. Shipley. Boletín de la Asociación Argentina de Ecología. [In Spanish.]

C5. Vázquez DP, McMahon S, Muth NZ, Collins MD. 2002. Review of “The Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity and Biogeography,” by S. P. Hubbell. Journal of Expermental Marine Biology and Ecology 269: 249-250.

C4. Vázquez DP. 2002. Review of “Enfoques Contemporáneos para el Estudio de la Biodiversidad,” by Hernández et al. (2001). Biodiversity and Conservation 11: 353-356.

C3. Bininda-Emonds ORP, Vázquez DP, Manne LL. 2000. The calculus of biodiversity: integrating phylogeny and conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 92-94.

C2. Vázquez DP, Collins MD (1999) Interview with Daniel Simberloff [in Spanish]. Boletín de la Asociación Argentina de Ecología 8: 34-38.

CC1. Vázquez DP. 1998. Review of “Endemic bird areas of the world,” by Stattersfield et al. (1998). The Auk 115: 1089-1091.

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