Antonio G. Valdecasas
 
Address: Museo Nacional Ciencias Naturales
c/José Gutiérrez Abascal, 2
28006-Madrid
Spain
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E-Mail: valdeca@mncn.csic.es
Homepage: http://www.softbio.org/TTBC2/ttbc2.html
 

 
Research Topics
 

Taxonomy of water mites


 

 
Publications
 
Rey, I., Dorda, B. A. & Antonio G. Valdecasas (2004 ): Traditional water mite fixatives and their compatibility with later DNA studies. - Experimental and Applied Acarology 34: 59 - 65
Becerra, J. M. & G. Valdecasas Antonio (2004 ): Landmark superimposition for taxonomic identification - Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 81: 267 - 274
Valdecasas, A. G., Artheau, M. & Boutin, C., (2005 ): The first record of Acherontacarus (Acari, Hydrachnidia) in continental France, with a key to the described species of the genus - Journal of Natural History 39: 3137 - 3149.
Valdecasas, A. G (2005 ): A new water mite of the genus Torrenticola Piersig, 1896 (Acari, Torrenticolidae) from central Spain. - Graellsia, 61: 13-18
G.-Valdecasas, A. & A. I. Camacho (2005 ): On the environmental scanning electron microscope for taxonomic purposes. - Invertebrate Biology 124: 67 - 74
Valdecasas, A. G., Camacho, A. I. & Peláez, M.L (2006 ): Do small animals have a Biogeography - Experimental and Applied Acarology 40: 133-145
Valdecasas, A.G., & Camacho, A. I. (2006 ): Hydrachnidia (Acari, Parasitengona) de la comunidad de Madrid - Graellsia, 62: 91-98
Valdecasas, A.G., & Camacho, A. I. (2006 ): Hydrachnidia (Acari, Parasitengona) de la comunidad de Madrid - Graellsia, 62: 91-98.
Gledhill, T., Valdecasas, A. G., & Becerra, J. M (2007 ): A template for the future: digitizing and databasing a taxonomic illustration collection - Experimental and Applied Acarology41:109-113
Valdecasas, Antonio G. (2008 ): Revision of the genus Rutacarus (Acari, Parasitengona, Hydrachnidia) with the description of a new species from Central America - Zootaxa 1693:62-68
Valdecasas, Antonio G. (2008 ): Confocal microscopy applied to water mite taxonomy with the description of a new genus of Axonopsinae (Acari, Parasitengona, Hydrachnidia) from Central America - Zootaxa 1820: 41-48