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Storks, Ibises, and Spoonbills of the World
Conservation courtship and reproduction feeding behaviour American wood stork - mycteria americana milky stork - mycteria cinerea yellowbilled stork - mycteria ibis painted stork - mycteriaExpand
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Feeding ecology of wading birds
W birds herons, storks, ibises, and spoonbills have elicited an exhaustive and exhausting literature describing their foraging ecology and food habits. Although many of their interesting behaviorsExpand
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Feeding Ecology and Prey Selection in the White Ibis
Prey selection is constrained by a predator's behavior and morphology and by the availability of suitable prey. Although a number of investigators (Tinbergen 1960, Ivlev 1961, Gibb 1962, HollingExpand
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Sampling Characteristics of Enclosure Fish Traps
Abstract Traps that enclose quickly a known area of water, enclosure traps, appear to be effective devices for sampling small fishes in shallow marshes. Three trap designs, a 1-m2 drop trap, a 1-m2Expand
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Population biology of the American crocodile
The population biology of the American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) was studied in southern Florida during 1977-1982. Crocodiles occur primarily in inland mangrove swamps protected from wave action.Expand
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ENVIRONMENTAL STABILITY AND FISH COMMUNITY DIVERSITY
Seasonal fluctuation of water level is the most critical environmental factor affecting the fish community of the Everglades marshes. During a 27—mo period of water—level stability, fish densityExpand
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