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ROCKHOPPER EUDYPTES CHRYSOCOME CHRYSOCOME x MACARONI E. CHRYSOLOPHUS PENGUIN HYBRIDS APPARENTLY BREEDING IN THE FALKLAND ISLANDS

@article{White2002ROCKHOPPEREC,
  title={ROCKHOPPER EUDYPTES CHRYSOCOME CHRYSOCOME x MACARONI E. CHRYSOLOPHUS PENGUIN HYBRIDS APPARENTLY BREEDING IN THE FALKLAND ISLANDS},
  author={R. White and Andrea P. Clausen},
  journal={Marine ornithology},
  year={2002},
  volume={30},
  pages={40-42}
}
  • R. White, Andrea P. Clausen
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Marine ornithology
  • 40 Two species of crested penguins, the nominate subspecies of the Rockhopper Penguin Eudyptes chrysocome chrysocome and the Macaroni Penguin E. chrysolophus, breed at the Falkland Islands. The Rockhopper Penguin population decreased by about 75% in the last century to its current level of 272 000 pairs (Clausen 2001) but it still far outnumbers the Macaroni Penguin population of about 50 pairs (Woods & Woods 1997). This frequently results in the presence of lone adult Macaroni Penguins in… CONTINUE READING
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