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Luis Iñiguez-Dávalos

  • Dr.
  • Profesor Investigador Titular "C"
  • University of Guadalajara
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Research interests

Natural Resources ManagementNatural Protected AreasWildlife managementWildlife ecologyMammalsBats

About

Biologist with 30 years of expertise in wildlife ecology, conservation and management, specially in protected areas. I have research on several vertebrates (mostly mammals), but bats are closest to my heart. Geographically, my area of interest is western Mexico. I have directed 20 undergraduate, 5 master and 1 PhD finished thesis. 15 of my undergraduate students did continue to graduate studies (3 of them are PhD now). I have been President of the Mexican Society of Mammalogy (2010-2012). Currently working on bats' bioacousticts, river otter and analysis of natural protected areas.

Co-authors (45)

  • Jesús Carlo Cuevas González
  • Alejandro Rojo-Cruz

Publications (5)

  • Bats associated to caves in Jalisco, Mexico

    • Téllez H
    • Iñiguez-Dávalos L
    • Olvera-Vargas M
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  • Apprehension affecting foraging patterns and landscape use of mule deer in arid environments

    • Esparza-Carlos J
    • Laundré J
    • Hernández L
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  • Can You Judge a Disease Host by the Company It Keeps? Predicting Disease Hosts and Their Relative Importance: A Case Study for Leishmaniasis

    • Stephens C
    • González-Salazar C
    • Sánchez-Cordero V
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  • New records of ectoparasitic Acari (Arachnida) and Streblidae (Diptera) from bats in Jalisco, Mexico

    • Martínez M
    • Lopez M
    • Iñiguez-Dávalos L
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  • Noteworthy record of Musonycteris harrisoni and Tlacuatzin canescens pollinating a columnar cactus in west-central Mexico

    • Ibarra-Cerdeña C
    • Sánchez-Cordero V
    • Ibarra-López P
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Professional experience

Profesor Investigador Titular "C"

Universidad de Guadalajara

June 2004 - Present