Vanessa A. Mata
Vanessa A. Mata
Researcher @ CIBIO, University of Porto
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Does the niche breadth or trade‐off hypothesis explain the abundance–occupancy relationship in avian Haemosporidia?
SV Drovetski, SA Aghayan, VA Mata, RJ Lopes, NA Mode, JA Harvey, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (13), 3322-3329, 2014
Female dietary bias towards large migratory moths in the European free-tailed bat (Tadarida teniotis)
VA Mata, F Amorim, MFV Corley, GF McCracken, H Rebelo, P Beja
Biology Letters 12 (3), 20150988, 2016
Agriculture shapes the trophic niche of a bat preying on multiple pest arthropods across Europe: Evidence from DNA metabarcoding
O Aizpurua, I Budinski, P Georgiakakis, S Gopalakrishnan, C Ibañez, ...
Molecular ecology 27 (3), 815-825, 2018
The Strait of Gibraltar poses an effective barrier to host-specialised but not to host-generalised lineages of avian Haemosporidia
VA Mata, LP da Silva, RJ Lopes, SV Drovetski
International Journal for Parasitology 45 (11), 711-719, 2015
How much is enough? Effects of technical and biological replication on metabarcoding dietary analysis
VA Mata, H Rebelo, F Amorim, GF McCracken, S Jarman, P Beja
Molecular Ecology 28 (2), 165-175, 2019
Effects of a drought episode on the reproductive success of European free-tailed bats (Tadarida teniotis)
F Amorim, VA Mata, P Beja, H Rebelo
Mammalian Biology 80 (3), 228-236, 2015
Ypsolopha rhinolophi sp. nov.(Lepidoptera: Ypsolophidae), a new species from Portugal and France unveiled by bats
M Corley, S Ferreira, VA Mata
Zootaxa 4609 (3), 565-573, 2019
What is the giant wall gecko having for dinner? Conservation genetics for guiding reserve management in Cabo Verde
CJ Pinho, B Santos, VA Mata, M Seguro, MM Romeiras, RJ Lopes, ...
Genes 9 (12), 599, 2018
New and interesting Portuguese Lepidoptera records from 2016 (Insecta: Lepidoptera)
MFV Corley, J Rosete, AR Gonçalves, V Mata, J Nunes, P Pires
SHILAP Revista de lepidopterología 46 (181), 33-56, 2018
Advancing the integration of multi‐marker metabarcoding data in dietary analysis of trophic generalists
LP Da Silva, VA Mata, PB Lopes, P Pereira, SN Jarman, RJ Lopes, P Beja
Molecular ecology resources 19 (6), 1420-1432, 2019
Natural woodlands hold more diverse, abundant, and unique biota than novel anthropogenic forests: a multi-group assessment
LP da Silva, RH Heleno, JM Costa, M Valente, VA Mata, SC Gonçalves, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 138 (3), 461-472, 2019
Evolutionary history of the European free‐tailed bat, a tropical affinity species spanning across the Mediterranean Basin
F Amorim, O Razgour, VA Mata, S Lopes, R Godinho, C Ibáñez, J Juste, ...
Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 58 (1), 499-518, 2020
Intricate trophic links between threatened vertebrates confined to a small island in the Atlantic Ocean
RJ Lopes, CJ Pinho, B Santos, M Seguro, VA Mata, B Egeter, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (8), 4994-5002, 2019
First complete mitochondrial genomes of molossid bats (Chiroptera: Molossidae)
VA Mata, F Amorim, A Guillén-Servent, P Beja, H Rebelo
Mitochondrial DNA Part B 2 (1), 152-154, 2017
Stop harvesting olives at night--it kills millions of songbirds
LP da Silva, VA Mata
Nature 569 (7755), 192-193, 2019
Olive harvest at night kills birds
LP da Silva, VA Mata
Nature 569 (7755), 192, 2019
High‐resolution multi‐marker DNA metabarcoding reveals sexual dietary differentiation in a bird with minor dimorphism
LP da Silva, VA Mata, PB Lopes, RJ Lopes, P Beja
Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Hidden in our pockets: building of a DNA barcode library unveils the first record of Myotis alcathoe for Portugal
H Rebelo, S Ferreira, F Amorim, P Horta, H Raposeira, H Santos, P Beja, ...
Biodiversity data journal 8, 2020
Efficient assessment of nocturnal flying insect communities by combining automatic light traps and DNA metabarcoding
VA Mata, S Ferreira, RM Campos, LP da Silva, J Veríssimo, MFV Corley, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Trophic interactions between migratory seabirds, predatory fishes and small pelagics in coastal West Africa
E Correia, JP Granadeiro, VA Mata, A Regalla, P Catry
Marine Ecology Progress Series 622, 177-189, 2019
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