These are some of the publications and projects in which ExSitu works or has worked. You can download the finished products by clicking on the image or the title of the same, which redirects you to a link (from Dropbox in the case of products totally produced by ExSitu) and there you can download it without any cost.

This poster shows part of the diversity of invertebrates that inhabit the bodies of water in Ecuador. It is a poster that was born as a graphic and informative complement of the book "The rivers of the Andean-Amazonian basins: Tools and invertebrate guide for the design of monitoring programs", prepared by Andrea Encalada of the Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology of the San Francisco University from Quito and collaborators.


This Book of three chapters presents in an innovative, attractive and didactic way a guide to design a water monitoring adjusted to the particularities of each user. This will allow evaluations of the environmental quality of the rivers, and inform decisions that aim to improve the situation of the rivers of the Andean-Amazonian region of Ecuador. The third part of this Book is about a visual guide of the most common families of the Andean-Amazonian basins of Ecuador, which is illustrated with photographs taken by ExSitu.








Explore the diversity of the Galapagos reptiles in this incredible book that is available online and for free! You can also buy the book in physical by clicking HERE.


This poster shows part of the diversity of fish that inhabit the upper part of the Curaray River. It is a poster that was born as a graphic and informative complement to various scientific investigations carried out by the Ichthyologist Junior Chuctaya, Aquatic ecologist Andrea Encalada and collaborators.

This poster shows part of the diversity of fish that inhabit the middle part of the Curaray River. It is a poster that was born as a graphic and informative complement to various scientific investigations carried out by the Ichthyologist Junior Chuctaya, Aquatic ecologist Andrea Encalada and collaborators.

This poster shows part of the diversity of fish that inhabit the lower part of the Curaray River. It is a poster that was born as a graphic and informative complement to various scientific investigations carried out by the Ichthyologist Junior Chuctaya, Aquatic ecologist Andrea Encalada and collaborators.