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1. New observations on marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) together with further notes on their biology.

by Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I.

Material type: article Article Publisher: 1962Availability: No items available
2. The relationship between heart rate and rate of oxygen consumption in Galapagos marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) at two different temperatures.

by Butler, P. J., Frappell, P. B., Wang, T., Wikelski, M.

Source: Journal Experimental Biology 205Material type: article Article Publisher: 2002Availability: No items available
3. Island tameness : an altered cardiovascular stress response in Galápagos marine iguanas.

by Vitousek, Maren N | Romero, L. Michael | Tarlow, Elisa | Cyr, Nicole E | Wikelski, Martin.

Source: Physiology & Behavior.Material type: article Article Publisher: 2010Availability: No items available
4. Is there an endogenous tidal foraging rhythm in marine iguanas? Wikelski, M., Hau, M.

by Wikelski, M., Hau, M.

Source: Journal Biological Rhythms 10 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1995Availability: No items available
5. Sea dragons of the Galapagos: the marine iguanas. Dowling, H. G.

by Dowling, H. G.

Source: Animal Kingdom 65 (6)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1962Availability: No items available
6. Hemogregarines (Protozoa, Sporozoa) as zoogeographical tracers of Galapagos Island lava lizards and marine iguanas. Ayala, S. C., Hutchings, R.

by Ayala, S. C., Hutchings, R.

Source: Herpetologica 30 (2)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1974Availability: No items available
7. The mating systems of pinnipeds and marine iguanas: convergent evolution of polygyny.

by Trillmich, F., Trillmich, K. G. K.

Source: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 21 (1-2)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1984Availability: No items available
8. Corticosterone suppresses immune activity in territorial Galápagos marine iguanas during reproduction.

by Berger, Silke | Martin, Lynn B | Wikelski, Martin | Romero, L. Michael | Kalko, Elisabeth K.V | Vitousek, Maren N | Rödl, Thomas.

Source: Hormones and Behavior.Material type: article Article Publisher: 2005Availability: No items available
9. Population dynamics and social organization of marine iguanas on Galapagos Progress report no. 5: August 1985.

by Laurie, W. A.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Puerto Ayora, Ecuador Estación Científica Charles Darwin 1985Availability: No items available
10. Effect of tidal cycle and food intake on the baseline plasma corticosterone rhythm in intertidally foraging marine iguanas.

by Woodley, S. K., Painter, D. L., Moore, M. C., Wikelski, M., Romero, L. M.

Source: General Comparative Endocrinology 132Material type: article Article Publisher: 2003Availability: No items available
11. Marine iguanas die from trace oil pollution.

by Wikelski, M., Wong, Vanessa, Chevalier, B., Rattenborg, N., Snell, Howard L.

Source: Nature 417 Issue 6889 (6 June 2002)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2002Availability: No items available
12. Effects of the 1982-83 El Niño-Southern Oscillation event on marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus Bell, 1825) populations on Galapagos.

by Laurie, W. A.

Source: Global Ecological Consequences of the 1982-83 El Niño-Southern Oscillation.Material type: article Article Publisher: 1990Availability: No items available
13. Niche expansion, body size, and survival in Galápagos marine iguanas.

by Wikelski, M., Wrege, P. H.

Source: Oecologia 124Material type: article Article Publisher: 2000Availability: No items available
14. A field study of temperature relations in the Galápagos marine iguanas. Bartholomew, G. A.

by Bartholomew, G. A.

Source: Copeia 1966 (2)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1966Availability: No items available
15. Marine iguanas oiled in the Galápagos.

by Wikelski, Martin.

Source: Science´sMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 2001Availability: No items available
16. Influences of parasites and thermoregulation on grouping tendencies in marine iguanas.

by Wikelski, M.

Source: Behavioral Ecology 10 (1)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1999Availability: No items available
17. Galápagos marine iguanas

by Fundación Charles Darwin (FCD).

Material type: article Article Publisher: Falls Church, Virginia, USA Fundación Charles Darwin [1999?]Availability: No items available
18. Observations on the care and nutrition of a captive group of marine iguanas Amblyrhynchus cristatus.

by Pawley, R.

Source: International Zoo Yearbook 6Material type: article Article Publisher: 1966Availability: No items available
19. Population dynamics and social organization of marine iguanas on Galapagos: progress report No. 7: June 1987. Laurie, W. A.

by Laurie, W. A.

Source: Report, Estación Científica Charles Darwin, Puerto Ayora, EcuadorMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1987Availability: No items available
20. Pre-copulatory ejaculation solves time constraints during copulations in marine iguanas. Wikelski, M., Bäurle, S.

by Wikelski, M., Bäurle, S.

Source: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Biological Sciences 263Material type: article Article Publisher: 1996Availability: No items available

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