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Heritability for body weight in farmed turbot
Phenology of the avian spring migratory passage in Europe and North America: Asymmetric advancement in time and increase in duration
Characterizing bird migration phenology using data from standardized monitoring at bird observatories
Long-term data from standardized monitoring programmes at bird observatories are becoming increasingly available. These data are frequently used for detecting changes in the timing of bird migration…
Transport of Ticks by Migratory Passerine Birds to Norway
During the spring migrations of 2003 to 2005, 9,768 passerine birds from 4 bird observatories along the southern coastline of Norway were examined for ticks, finding the highest prevalence of tick infestation was observed in thrushes and dunnock and the predominant tick was Ixodes ricinus.
Occurrence of Continental Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla in northern Europe
A recent increase of wintering Blackcaps in Scandinavia is suspected to derive from migration from central Europe. We used ringing recoveries to determine their origin. Because Blackcaps breeding in…
Migrating Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers Dendrocopos minor along the coast of southern Norway: where do they come from?
- J. Gohli, J. E. Røer, V. Selås, I. Stenberg, T. Lislevand
- Materials Science, Environmental Science
J. Gohli, National Centre for Biosystematics, Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway. E-mail: email@example.com J. E. Roer, Lista Bird Observatory, Farsund, Norway. E-mail:…
Controlled reproduction in turbot (Scopthalmus maximus)
Archanara neurica (Hübner, 1808) (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) new to Norway
The genus Archanara Walker, 1866 belongs to a group of genera with strong ecological affinity to moist habitats. The group was termed the Rhizedra genus-group by Zilli et al. (2005), and the…