Artículos publicados

  • Walker, S., Funes, M., Heidel, L., Palacios, R. & A. Novaro. 2014.
    The Endangered Andean cat and fracking in Patagonia . Oryx #48:14-15.

  • Huaranca, J.C., Pacheco, L.F., Villalba. M.L. & A.R. Torrez. 2013.
    Ciudad de Piedra, an important site for the conservation of Andean cats in Bolivia. Cat News #58:4-7.

  • Cossíos, D., Walker, R.S., Lucherini, M., Ruiz-García, M. & B. Angers. 2012.
    Population structure and conservation of a high-altitude specialist, the Andean cat Leopardus jacobita. Endang Species Res #16:283-294. Descargar Artículo

  • Lucherini, M., Palacios, R., Villalba, L. & E. Iverson. 2012.
    A new Strategic Plan for the conservation of the Andean cat. Oryx (Conservation News) #46 (1):16-17.

  • Villalba, M.L., Bernal, N., Nowell. & D.W. Macdonald. 2012.
    Distribution of two Andean small cats (Leopardus jacobita and Leopardus colocolo) in Bolivia and the potential impacts of traditional beliefs on their conservation. Endang Species Res #16:85-94. Descargar Artículo

  • Marino J., Bennett M., Cossíos D., Iriarte A., Lucherini M., Pliscoff P., Sillero-Zubiri C., Villalba L. & S. Walker. 2011.
    Bioclimatic constraints to Andean cat distribution: a modelling application for rare species. Diversity and Distributions #17:311-322.

  • Reppucci J., Gardner B. & M. Lucherini. 2011.
    Estimating detection and density of the Andean cat in the high Andes. Journal of Mammalogy #92(1):140-147.

  • Marino J., Lucherini M., Villalba M.L., Bennett M., Cossios D., Iriarte A., Perovic P.G. & C. Sillero-Zubiri. 2010.
    Highland cats: ecology and conservation of the rare and elusive Andean cat. Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids (Eds. D.W. Macdonald & A.J. Loveridge) :581-596. Oxford University Press, UK.

  • Novaro, A.J., Walker, S. Palacios, R., Di Martino, S., Monteverde, M., Cañadell, S., Rivas, L., Cossíos, D. 2010.
    Endangered Andean cat distribution beyond the Andes in Patagonia. Cat News #53:8-10.

  • Lucherini, M., Reppucci, J.I., Walker, R.S., Villalba, M.L., Wurstten, A., Gallardo, G., Iriarte, A. Villalobos, R. & P. Perovic. 2009.
    Activity pattern segregation of carnivores in the high Andes. Journal of Mammalogy #90(6):1404-1409.

  • Lucherini M. y M.J. Merino. 2008.
    Perceptions of Human-carnivore conflicts in the high-altitude Andes of Argentina. Mountain Research and Development #28: 81-85. Descargar Artículo

  • Lucherini M., Luengos Vidal E. y M.J. Merino. 2008.
    How rare is the rare Andean cat? Mammalia #72: 95-101.

  • Napolitano C., Bennett M., Johnson W. E., O'brien S. J., Marquet P. A., Barría I., Poulin E. y A. Iriarte. 2008.
    Ecological and biogeographical inferences on two sympatric and enigmatic Andean cat species using genetic identification of faecal samples. Molecular Ecology #17:678-690.

  • Cossíos, D.E., Madrid, A., Condori, J. L. & U. Fajardo. 2007.
    Update on the distribution of the Andean cat Oreailurus jacobita and the pampas cat Lynchailurus colocolo in Peru. Endang Species Res #3:313-320, 2007. Descargar Artículo

  • Walker R.S., Novaro A. J., Perovic P., Palacios R., Donadio E., Lucherini M., Pia M. y M.S. López. 2007.
    Diets of three species of Andean carnivores in high-altitude deserts of Argentina. Journal of Mammalogy #88(2):519-525.

  • Barbry T. y G. Gallardo. 2006.
    First Camera Trap Photos of the Andean Cat in the Sajama National Park and Natural Area of Integrated Management, Bolivia. Cat News #44:23. Descargar Artículo

  • Cossíos, D. & B. Angers. 2006.
    Identification of Andean felid faeces using PCR-RFLP. Mastozoología Neotropical #13(2): 239-244.

    Lucherini M. y Merino M.J. 2006. Planning a common educational strategy for Andean cat conservation. Oryx (Conservation News) #40: 137-138.

  • Merino M.J. (Ed.). 2006.
    Conservemos el gato andino y su hábitat: Guía para Educadores. Alianza Gato Andino, Bahía Blanca, Argentina.

  • Sanderson J. y L. Villalba. 2006.
    Sacred cat of the Andes. Wild Cat News #2(2):7-11 Descargar Artículo

  • Sorli, L.E., F.D.Martinez, U. Lardelli y S. Brandi. 2006.
    Andean cat in Mendoza, Argentina - Furthest South and at Lowest Elevation Ever Recorded. Cat News #44:24.

  • Villalba, L. y E. Delgado. 2005.
    Pampas Cat Photographed in High Southwest Bolivia. Cat News #42:31.

  • Delgado, E., Villalba, L. Sanderson, J., Napolitano, C., Berna, M. y J. Esquivel. 2004.
    Capture of an Andean Cat in Bolivia. Cat News #40:2.

  • Lucherini M., Huaranca J.C., Savini S., Tavera G., Luengos Vidal E. y Merino M.J. 2004.
    New photographs of the Andean Mountain cat: have we found a viable population? Cat News #41: 4-5.

  • Lucherini M., Merino M.J., Soler L., Birochio D. y Luengos Vidal E. 2004.
    Evaluación del conocimiento y actitud humana hacia el gato andino, un carnívoro amenazado de extinción. Memoria VI Congreso sobre Manejo de Fauna Silvestre en la Amazonía y Latinoamérica (Ed. R. Bodmer) :435-440. Wildlife Conservation Society y Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology, Iquitos.

  • Merino, M. J., Lucherini M. y E. Luengos Vidal. 2004.
    El gato andino: El Alma de los Andes. Ecológica: Naturaleza, Conservación y Sociedad: 16-19. Descargar Artículo

  • Lucherini M. y Luengos Vidal E. 2003.
    Intraguild competition as a potential factor affecting the conservation of two endangered cats in Argentina. Endangered Species Updates #2:211-220.

  • Perovic, P., Walker, S., y A. Novaro. 2003.
    New records of the Endangered Andean mountain cat in northern Argentina. Oryx #37:374-377.

  • Villalba, L. 2002.
    Andean Cat photographed in Southwest Bolivia. Cat News #36:19-20, 25.

  • Lucherini M. 2000.
    The Andean Cat Conservation Committee. Oryx (Conservation News) #34:98.

  • Lucherini M. y Rocca F. 2000.
    A new step in the conservation of the Andean mountain Cat. Cat News #32:20.

  • Vásquez, D., Perovic, P. G. y A. A. Olsen. 2000.
    Patrones cuticulares y medulares de pelos de mamíferos del noroeste argentino (Carnivora y Artiodactyla). Mastozoología Neotropical #7(2):131-147. Descargar Artículo

  • Sanderson, J. 1999.
    Andean mountain cats (Oreailurus jacobita) in Northern Chile. Cat News #30:25-26.