Publications

Anita Aisenberg, Carlos A. Toscano-Gadea, and Soledad Ghione, Guía de Arácnidos del Uruguay, Instituo de Investigaciones Biologicas Clemente Estable, Idea Wild and Ministero de Educacion y Cultura

December, 2010
A field guide to the arachnids of Uruguay, targeted to the general public and educators, with information on habits, sexual reproduction, alimentation and other data.

 

A. Aisenberg, María Victoria Calvo y Mariana Ríos. El Viaje de la Familia Araña. Revista La Mochila, Editorial Banda Oriental, Montevideo, Uruguay

2010
Childrens’ story about a spider species found on the beaches in Uruguay, published in an online childrens’ magazine.

 

A. Aisenberg, S. Ghione y C. Toscano-Gadea. Cuando las Hembras se Atreven. Suplemento Biodiversidad, Número Correspondiente a Cabo Polonio, Diario El País, 16.

2010
Article about how some species of spiders are changing to adapt to areas impacted by humans, published in an online daily newspaper in Uruguay.

     

Causas y consecuencias de la inversión de roles sexuales y dimorfismo sexual invertido en Allocosa alticeps y Allocosa brasiliensis (Araneae, Lycosidae), dos especies nativas de los arenales costeros, Anita Aisenberg, Tesis de Doctorado

2010
Tesis de Doctorado, Área Biología, Subárea Zoología, PEDECIBA, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Photos of two native species of spiders used as part of a thesis for one of the entomologists defending their dissertation.

 

Primer Congreso Uruguayo de Zoología, X Jornadas de Zoología del Uruguay, December 5-10, 2010, Montevideo, Uruguay, website

2010
My photos were used for the website created for the first Uruguayan Zoological Congress, which was held in Montevideo. The website also announced the presentation of our Field Guide to Arachnids which occured at the conference. A banner was also created, using my photos, to advertise the book launch.

 

Enslow Publishers, Biggest & Smallest: Slimy, Scaly Creatures, Susan K. Mitchell

2010
Educational book about the world of reptiles and amphibians.  The publishing company produces educational books for children.  My photo of the smallest frog in the world, Eleutherodactylus iberia, which I took in Cuba, was used twice in the book.

 

Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois, “Chocolate”

2009 ongoing
Photograph loaned to other museum websites as part of the Field Museum’s traveling exhibit on cacao.

 
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