Ruben M Barquez

National University of Tucuman, Argentina 
"Ruben Barquez"


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Michael A. Mares grad student Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Univ of Oklahoma (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (Mike was my major Advisor in my Thesis Dissertation)
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Cerri A, Bolatti EM, Zorec TM, et al. (2023) Identification and characterization of novel alphacoronaviruses in (Chiroptera, Molossidae) from Argentina: insights into recombination as a mechanism favoring bat coronavirus cross-species transmission. Microbiology Spectrum. 11: e0204723
Bolatti EM, Viarengo G, Zorec TM, et al. (2022) Viral Metagenomic Data Analyses of Five New World Bat Species from Argentina: Identification of 35 Novel DNA Viruses. Microorganisms. 10
Van de Vuurst P, Díaz MM, Rodríguez-San Pedro A, et al. (2022) A database of common vampire bat reports. Scientific Data. 9: 57
Díaz AG, Ragone PG, Rusman F, et al. (2020) A Novel Genotype and First Record of in Argentina. Pathogens (Basel, Switzerland). 9
López-Berrizbeitia MF, Pérez MJ, Barquez RM. (2020) Description of two new species of Ectinorus (Ectinorus) (Siphonaptera, Rhopalopsyllidae) from Argentina, including a morphometric approach. Acta Tropica. 211: 105612
López-Berrizbeitia MF, Sanchez J, Barquez RM, et al. (2020) Taxonomic revision of the flea genus AgastopsyllaJordan & Rothschild 1923 (Siphonaptera: Ctenophthalmidae). Anais Da Academia Brasileira De Ciencias. 92: e20181136
Bolatti EM, Zorec TM, Montani ME, et al. (2020) A Preliminary Study of the Virome of the South American Free-Tailed Bats () and Identification of Two Novel Mammalian Viruses. Viruses. 12
Autino AG, Idoeta FM, Claps GL, et al. (2020) Ectoparasite insects of bats from the fields and weedlands eco-region of Argentina PapéIs Avulsos De Zoologia. 60: e20206064
Gaudioso PJ, Martínez JJ, Barquez RM, et al. (2020) Evolution of scapula shape in several families of bats (Chiroptera, Mammalia) Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research. 58: 1374-1394
López Berrizbeitia MF, Hastriter MW, Barquez RM, et al. (2019) Fleas of the genus (Siphonaptera:Rhopalopsyllidae) associated with rodents from Northwestern Argentina. International Journal For Parasitology. Parasites and Wildlife. 9: 80-89
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