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The Most Extreme Sexual Size Dimorphism Among Birds: Allometry, Selection, and Early Juvenile Development in the Great Bustard (Otis tarda)
ABSTRACT. The Great Bustard (Otis tarda) is one of the heaviest flying birds and the most sexually dimorphic living bird. Adult males weighed 2.48x more than females, and their linear measurementsExpand
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Trends of autumn counts at Iberian migration bottlenecks as a tool for monitoring continental populations of soaring birds in Europe
Migration monitoring may allow us to detect population trends over large geographic areas because the pattern of change in migrant counts may be expected to follow the pattern of change in populationExpand
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Great Bustard (Otis tarda) nest locations in relation to leks
We investigated the spatial arrangement of Great Bustard Otis tarda nests relative to leks in 55 females captured at four lek sites and radio-tracked through 1–6 years in a protected area in centralExpand
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Habitat preferences of sympatric sandgrouse during the breeding season in Spain: a multi-scale approach
Predictive species’ distribution models may answer ecological questions about habitat selection, co-occurrence of species and competition between them. We studied the habitat preferences andExpand
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Primeros resultados sobre desarrollo de "calliphora vicina" (Diptera: "calliphoridae") bajo condiciones controladas de temperatura
Diptera is a group of ectotermic animals, as they are not able to regulate their body temperature. Therefore, it is important to know the effect of the environmental temperature on their development.Expand
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Wire Marking Results in a Small but Significant Reduction in Avian Mortality at Power Lines: A BACI Designed Study
Background Collision with electric power lines is a conservation problem for many bird species. Although the implementation of flight diverters is rapidly increasing, few well-designed studiesExpand
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Arthropods of forensic interest associated to pig carcasses in Aiako Harria Natural Park (Basque Country, Northern Spain)
A checklist of carrion-related arthropods collected in association to pig carcasses in Aiako Harria Natural Park (Basque Country, northern Spain) is presented. Leaving aside the subphylum Myriapoda,Expand
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[Prevalence of anemia and iron deficiency in 12 year old school children from Jujuy].
Iron deficiency is highly frequent among adolescents. Its early detection can prevent the development of a ferropenic anemia, a serious condition. The problem has not been well studied in ourExpand
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Primera cita y nuevos datos sobre los hábitos necrófagos de Trox scaber (Linnaeus, 1767) (Coleoptera, Trogidae) en la Comunidad Autónoma del País Vasco (C.A.P.V.)
espanolSe da a conocer la primera cita del coleoptero queratinofago Trox scaber (Linnaeus, 1767) en la Comunidad Autonoma del Pais Vasco (Errenteria, Guipuzcoa) y se aportan nuevos datos sobre suExpand
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