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Feeding Adaptations in Darwin's Finches@@@Morphological Differentiation and Adaptation in the Galapagos Finches
Morphological differentiation and adaptation in the Galapagos finches.Robert I. Bowman. 1961. University of California Publications in Zo6logy, vol. 58, vii + 326 pp., 22 pls., 74 text-figs., 63Expand
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GALAPAGOS TOMATOES AND TORTOISES
One of the several unique features of tomatoes native to the Galapagos IslandsLycopersicon esculentum var. minor (L. cheesmanii var. minor) and related formsis seed dormancy. Less than one per centExpand
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Adaptive morphology of song dialects in Darwin's finches
1. This study describes the structure and functional significance of numerous song dialects in island populations of Darwin's finches from the Galápagos Archipelago. 2. The following acousticalExpand
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FOSSIL BIRDS OF THE LATE PLIOCENE
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Late Spring Observations on Birds of South Farallon Island, California
The Farallon Islands, situated about 27 miles west of San Francisco, have long attracted the attention of ornithologists because of their enormous breeding colonies of sea birds and the ratherExpand
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Accelerated mortality of Opuntia on Isla plaza Sur : Another Threat from an Introduced Vertebrate ?
R.I. Bowman, M. Buson &A.E. Leviton. pacifîc Division of the AAAS. pp 539-568. Patton, J.L., Yang, S.Y. & Myers, p.lg7S. Genetic and morphologic divergence among introduced rat populations (RanusExpand
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Migrants in the Galapagos Area
The last comprehensive report on migrant birds in the Galapagos region was published more than 30 years ago by Swarth (1931) who excluded most of the procellariiform species previously considered byExpand
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