Sergio Solari

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Instituto de Biología, Universidad de Antioquia
Medellín, Colombia

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Subalusky, Amanda, Elizabeth Anderson, Germán Jiménez, David Post, David Echeverri Lopez, Sebastián García Restrepo, Laura Nova León, Juan Reátiga Parrish, Ana Rojas, Sergio Solari, & Luz Jiménez-Segura. 2021. Potential ecological and socio-economic effects of a novel megaherbivore introduction: the hippopotamus in Colombia. Oryx, 55 (1): 105–113.

Solari, Sergio & Ronald Pine. 2008. Rediscovery and redescription of Marmosa (Stegomarmosa) andersoni Pine (Mammalia: Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae), an endemic Peruvian mouse opossum, with a reassessment of its affinities. Zootaxa, 1756, 49–61.

Solari, Sergio. 2007. New species of Monodelphis (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) from Peru, with notes on M. adusta (Thomas 1897). Journal of Mammalogy, 88, 319–329.

Solari, Sergio, Victor Pacheco, Lucía Luna, Paul Velazco, & Bruce Patterson. 2006. Mammals of the Manu Biosphere Reserve. Fieldiana, Zoology, 110, 13–22.

Solari, Sergio & Robert Baker. 2006. Mitochondrial DNA sequence, karyotypic, and morphological variation in the Carollia castanea species complex (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) with description of a new species. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 254, 1–16.

Solari, Sergio. 2004. A new species of Monodelphis (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) from southeastern Peru. Mammalian Biology, 69, 145–152.

Solari, Sergio, Ronald Van Den Bussche, Steven Hoofer, & Bruce Patterson. 2004. Geographic distribution, ecology, and phylogenetic affinities of Thyroptera lavali Pine 1993. Acta Chiropterologica, 6, 2, 293–302.

Solari, Sergio. 2003. Diversity and distribution of Thylamys (Didelphidae) in South America, with emphasis on species from the western side of the Andes. In: Predators with pouches: The Biology of Carnivorous Marsupials, 82–101. Collingwood, Australia: CSIRO Publishers.

García Restrepo, Sebastián, Sebastián Botero-Cañola, Camilo Sánchez-Giraldo, & Sergio Solari. Habitat use and activity patterns of Leopardus pardalis (Felidae) in the Northern Andes, Antioquia, Colombia. Biodiversity, 20 (1): 5–19.