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1. Galápagos and Californian sea lions are separate species: Genetic analysis of the genus Zalophus and its implications for conservation management

by Wolf, J.; Tautz, D.; Trillmich, F.

Source: Frontiers in Zoology 2007,4:20Material type: article Article Publisher: University of Bielefeld, Germany 2007Availability: No items available
2. The Galápagos sea lion.

by Orr, R. T.

Source: J. Mamm. 48 (1)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1967Availability: No items available
3. Nodular suppurative cutaneous cellulitis in a Galápagos sea lion. Rand, C. S.

by Rand, C. S.

Source: Journal Wildlife Diseases 11 (3)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1975Availability: No items available
4. Social structure in a colonial mammal: unravelling hidden structural layers and their foundations by network analysis

by Wolf, J.; Mawdsley, D.; Trillmich, F.& James, R.

Source: ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR, 2007, 74Material type: article Article Publisher: Germany Published by Elsevier Ltd. 29 October 2007Availability: No items available
5. Development of new microsatellite loci and evaluation of loci from other pinniped species for the Galápagos sea lion (Zalophus californianus wollebaeki)

by Wolf, J.; Tautz, D.; Caccone, A. and Steinfartz, S.

Source: Conservations GeneticsMaterial type: article Article Publisher: Springer 2005Availability: No items available
6. Development of new microsatellite loci and evaluation of loci from other pinniped species for the Galápagos sea lion (Zalophus californianus wollebaeki)

by Wolf, J.; Tautz, D.; Caccone, A. and Steinfartz, S.

Source: Conservations GeneticsMaterial type: article Article Publisher: Springer 2005Availability: No items available
7. Galapagos sea lion massacre.

by Salazar, S., Edgar, G.

Source: Marine Pollution Bulletin 42 (9)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2001Availability: No items available
8. Zoological Society Bulletin: vol. 26: no. 3: May, 1923.

by Sanborn, E. R. ed.

Material type: book Book Publisher: New York Zoological Society, New York, USA 1923Availability: No items available
9. Being on time: size-dependent attendance patterns affect male reproductive success.

by Meise, Kristine | Piedrahita, Paolo | Krüger, Oliver | Trillmich, Fritz.

Source: Animal Behaviour Material type: article Article Publisher: 2014Online access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
10. Stable Isotopes Reveal Long-Term Fidelity to Foraging Grounds in the Galapagos Sea Lion (Zalophus wollebaeki).

by Drago, Massimiliano | Franco-Trecu, Valentina | Cardona, Luis | Inchausti, Pablo | Tapia, Washington | Páez-Rosas, Diego.

Source: PLOS ONE.Material type: article Article Online access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
11. Latitudinal range influences the seasonal variation in the foraging behavior of marine top predators.

by Villegas-Amtmann, Stella | Simmons, Samantha E | Kuhn, Carey E | Huckstadt, Luis A | Costa, Daniel P.

Source: PLOS ONE.Material type: article Article; Format: print Online access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available

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