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Geographic isolation, key to the absence of parasites of avian malaria in Cory’s shearwater
The apparent scarcity or absence of blood parasites in some avian groups, such as seabirds, has been related to intrinsic and extrinsic factors including host immunological capacity, host-parasite...
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avian malaria parasites
Reducing light-induced mortality of seabirds: High pressure sodium lights decrease the fatal attraction of shearwaters
The use of artificial light at night and its ecological consequences are increasing around the world. Light pollution can lead to massive mortality episodes for nocturnally active petrels, one of...
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Individual habitat specialization of a successful species
Population expansions of successful species have gained importance as a major conservation and management concern. The success of these ‘winners’ is widely attributed to their high adaptability and...
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Biochemistry of the black-browed albatross on the Falkland Islands
Blood chemical reference values and variations in them in long-lived endangered birds are of metabolic, veterinary, ecological and/or taxonomic interest. In the present study, such reference values...
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ethology and biodiversity conservation
Colony size and foraging range in seabirds
The reasons for variation in group size among animal species remain poorly understood. Using ‘Ashmole’s halo’ hypothesis of food depletion around colonies, authors predict that foraging range...
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phylogenetic comparative analysis
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