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Distribution, abundance and productivity of benthic invertebrates at the Berg River estuary, South Africa
Abstract Twenty-five benthic invertebrate species were identified from samples taken monthly over 17 months at four sites on the Berg River estuary, South Africa. Gastropods and polychaetes dominatedExpand
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SEASONAL ABUNDANCE, HABITAT SELECTION AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF WATERBIRDS AT THE BERG RIVER ESTUARY, SOUTH AFRICA
Velasquez, C.R., Kalejta, B. & Hockey, P.A.R. 1991. Seasonal abundance, habitat selection and energy consumption of waterbirds at the Berg River estuary, South Africa. Ostrich 62:109-123. TheExpand
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The Riddle of the Sands: Why are Shorebird Densities so High in Southern Estuaries?
Population data for migratory waders (Aves: Charadrii) during the middle of the nonbreeding season at 31 coastal wetlands in the western Palearctic and Ethiopian regions were analyzed to examine theExpand
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Intense predation cannot always be detected experimentally: A case study of shorebird predation on nereid polychaetes in South Africa
Abstract The effect of predation by curlew sandpipers Calidris ferruginea L. and grey plovers Pluvialis squatarola (L.) on populations of nereid worms Ceratonereis keiskama (Day) and C. erythraeensisExpand
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DIETS OF SHOREBIRDS AT THE BERG RIVER ESTUARY, SOUTH AFRICA: SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION
Summary Kalejta, B. 1993. Diets of shorebirds at the Berg River estuary, South Africa: spatial and temporal variation. Ostrich 64: 123–133. The diets of three common migrant waders; Curlew SandpiperExpand
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Distribution, biomass and production of Ceratonereis erythraeensis (Fauvel) and Ceratonereis keiskama (Day) at the Berg River Estuary, South Africa
Population dynamics of the polychaetes Ceratonereis keiskama and C. erythraeensis were studied at the Berg River estuary, South Africa, from December 1987 to April 1989. There was marked size-relatedExpand
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