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Líquenes & Fungos

Briófitos (musgos, hepáticas, antocerotas)

Plantas Vasculares (fetos, gimnospérmicas, angiospérmicas)

Invertebrados Marinhos

Moluscos Terrestres (lesmas e caracóis)

Artrópodes (centopeias, aranhas, insectos)

Vertebrados (peixes, anfíbios, répteis, aves, mamíferos)

Publicações
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Martins, A.M.F (1995). Systematic Revision of Allochroa Ancey, 1887, with an Account of the Anatomy of Allochroa layardi (H. & A. Adams, 1854) and the Description of Two New Species. Nautilus, 109(1): 1-13.

Martins, A.M.F. & Ripken, T.E.J. (1991). Oxychilus (Ortizius) lineolatus n. sp. (Gastropoda: Zonitidae) from Santa Maria Island, Azores. Basteria, 55: 45-53

Martins, A.M.F. (1981). Oxychilus (Drouetia) agostinhoi new species (Stylommatophora: Zonitidae) from the Azores islands, its anatomy and phylogenetic relationships. Occasional Papers on Mollusks, The Department of Mollusks, Harvard University, 4: 245-264.

Martins, A.M.F. (1989) Espécies novas do Género Oxychilus (Gastropoda: Zonitidae) na Ilha Terceira. Açoreana, 7, 55-71.

Martins, A.M.F. (1989) O Complexo "Napaeus pruninus" em São Miguel e na Terceira. Açoreana, 7, 41-54.

Martins, A.M.F. (1993) The Azores - Westernmost Europe: Where evolution can be caught red-handed. Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal, Sup. 2, 181-198.

Martins, A.M.F. (1995). A new species of Pythia Röding, 1798 (Pulmonata: Ellobiidae), from New Ireland, Papua New Guinea. Molluscan Research, 16: 45-53

Martins, A.M.F. (1996). Anatomy and Systematics of the western Atlantic Ellobiidae (Gastropoda: Pulmonata). Malacologia, 37(2): 163-332

Martins, A.M.F. (2002). Moreletina, a new genus of Hygromiidae (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora) from Santa Maria, Açores. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 68: 205-215.

Martins, A.M.F. (2005). The shaping of a species: the Azorian Drouetia Gude (Pulmonata: Zonitidae: Oxyxhilus) as a model. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement. Nº. 68:143-157.

Martins, G., D. Ribeiro, D. Pacheco, J. V. Cruz, R. Cunha, V. Gonçalves, R. Nogueira & A. Brito (in press). Prospective scenarios for water quality and ecological status in Lake Sete Cidades (Portugal): Integration of mathematical modeling in the decision process, Applied Geochemistry.

Medeiros, R., Briti, C., Martins, A.M.F., Jordaens, K., Van Riel, P., Wol, H., Breugelmans, K. & Backeljau, T. (2000). Conservation genetics of the endemic Azorean slug Plutonia atlantica (Mollusca, Pulmonata). Biological Conservation, 93: 77-84.

Meijer, S.S., Whittaker, R.J. & Borges, P.A.V. (2011). The effects of land-use change on arthropod richness and abundance on Santa Maria Island (Azores): unmanaged plantations favour endemic beetles. Journal of Insect Conservation, 15: 505-522

Melo, C.D., Santos, A.M.C., Lopes, D.J.H. & Pereira, A.M.M. (2008). Afídeos como potenciais vectores do vírus da tristeza dos citrinos (CTV) na ilha Terceira (Açores). Boletim do Museu Minicipal do Funchal, Sup. 14: 77-82.

Micael, J., J. M. Azevedo & A. Costa (2006). Geostructural and biological characterisation of a subtidal tunnel in São Miguel island (Azores). Biodiversity and Conservation 15:3675–3684

Moniz, J. & Silva, L. (2003). Impact of Clethra arborea Aiton (Clethraceae) in a Special Protection Area of São Miguel Island, Azores. Arquipélago. Life and Marine Sciences 20A: 37-46

Mordan, P. B. & Martins, A.M.F. (2001). A systematic revision of the vitrinid semislugs of the Azores (Gastropoda: Pulmonata). Journal of Molluscan Studies, 67: 343-368

Morton, B & R. T. Cunha (1993). The Fajã de Santo Cristo, São Jorge, revisited and a case for azorean coastal conservation. Açoreana, 7(4): 539-553.

Morton, B., Britton, J.C. & Martins, A.M.F. (1997). The former marsh at Paúl, Praia da Vitória, and the case for the development of a new wetland by rehabilitation of the quarry at Cabo da Praia. Açoreana, 8(3): 285-307.

Morton, B., Britton, J.C.& Martins, A.M.F., (1996). The Lajes Do Pico Marsh: , A Further Case For Coastal Conservation In The Agores. Açoreana, 8(2): 183-200.

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