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Human disturbance and the chick-rearing ability of African black oystercatchers (Haematopus moquini): a geographical perspective
Abstract African black oystercatchers ( Haematopus moquini ) breed on the open coast of the southwestern Afrotropics at the height of the summer tourist season. They are thus vulnerable to effects ofExpand
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Dispersal and migration of juvenile African Black Oystercatchers Haematopus moquini: Dispersal and migration of juvenile African Black Oystercatchers
African Black Oystercatchers Haematopus moquini are sedentary as adults. However, colour-ringing of more than 700 juveniles has revealed complex post-fledging movements that vary geographically.Expand
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INVASIVE FOUNTAIN GRASS ON THE CAPE PENINSULA
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Improving the catch efficiency of the West Coast rock lobster, Jasus lalandii
The South African commercial rock-lobster industry employs an average soak time of 22 h for traps. Experiments were undertaken to test (1) the rate of bait loss with soak time and the effect thatExpand
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