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1. Species recognition in Darwin's finches (Geospiza, Gould) 2: Geographic variation in mate preference.

by Ratcliffe, L. M., Grant, P. R.

Source: Animal Behaviour 31 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1983Availability: No items available
2. Simulating secondary contact in allopatric speciation An empirical test of premating isolation.

by Grant, B. R., Grant, P. R.

Source: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2002Availability: No items available
3. The evolution of sexual size dimorphism in Darwin's finches.

by Price, T. D.

Source: American Naturalist 123 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1984Availability: No items available
4. 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
5. Age at breeding and other observations on the waved albatross Diomedea irrorata.

by Harris, M. P.

Source: Ibis 111Material type: article Article Publisher: 1969Availability: No items available
6. Evolution and reproduction modes in the Roccella galapagoensis aggregate (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales).

by Tehler, Anders | Irestedt, Martin | Bungartz, Frank | Wedin, Mats.

Source: TaxonMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 2009Availability: No items available
7. Inbreeding and interbreeding in Darwin's finches.

by Grant, P. R., Grant, B. R., Keller, L. F., Markert, J. A., Petren, K.

Source: Evolution 57 (12)Material type: article Article Publisher: 2003Availability: No items available
8. Breeding and feeding of Galápagos mockingbirds, Nesomimus parvulus.

by Grant, P. R., Grant, N.

Source: Auk 96 (4)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1979Availability: No items available
9. Breeding patterns of Galápagos penguins as an indicator of oceanographic conditions.

by Boersma, P. D.

Source: Science 200 (4349)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1978Availability: No items available
10. Influencia del rango social en el éxito reproductivo del cucube de Española (Nesomimus macdonaldi), Islas Galápagos, revelado a través de paternidad genética con análisis de microsatélites de ADN = Effects of social rank on breeding success in the Hood mockingbird (Nesomimus macdonaldi), Galápagos, as revealed by microsatellite DNA parentage analyses (abstracto).

by Von Lippke, I., Curry, R. L.

Source: VI Congreso de Ornitología Neotropical / VI Neotropical Ornithological Congress, 4-10 Oct. 1999, Monterrey & Saltillo, México, Sociedad de Ornitología Neotropical, Abstract 209.Material type: article Article Publisher: 1999Availability: No items available
11. Reproductive behavior of Galápagos land iguanas, Conolophus pallidus, on Isla Santa Fe, Galápagos.

by Christian, K. A., Tracy, C. R.

Source: De: Burghardt, G. M., Rand, A. S. eds. Iguanas of the World: Their Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation.Material type: article Article Publisher: Park Ridge, USA Noyes Publications 1982Availability: No items available
12. Reproductive behavior of Galápagos land iguanas, Conolophus pallidus, on Isla Santa Fe, Galápagos.

by Christian, K. A., Tracy, C. R.

Source: De: Burghardt, G. M., Rand, A. S. eds. Iguanas of the World: Their Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation.Material type: article Article Publisher: Park Ridge, USA Noyes Publications 1982Availability: No items available
13. Reproductive behavior of Galápagos land iguanas, Conolophus pallidus, on Isla Santa Fe, Galápagos.

by Christian, K. A., Tracy, C. R.

Source: De: Burghardt, G. M., Rand, A. S. eds. Iguanas of the World: Their Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation.Material type: article Article Publisher: Park Ridge, USA Noyes Publications 1982Availability: No items available
14. Determinants of lek mating success in male Galápagos marine iguanas Behavior, body size, condition, orientation, ectoparasite load, and female choice.

by Hayes, William K.; Carter, Ronald L.; Wikelski, Martin; Sonnentag, Jeffrey A.

Source: En: Alberts, Allison C.; Carter, Ronald L.; Hayes, William K.; Martins, Emília P., eds. Iguanas: Biology and conservation.Material type: book Book Publisher: Berkeley, California, USA University of California Press Availability: No items available
15. Egg cache of a Galapagos gecko.

by Kushlan, J. A.

Source: Journal Herpetology 15 (1)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1981Availability: No items available
16. Arctocephalus galapagoensis (Otariidae) Geburt und frühe Mutter-Kind-Beziehung.

by Trillmich, F.

Source: Publikationen Wissenschaftlichen Filmen, Sektion Biologie, Serie 17 (5), Film E 2816Material type: article Article Publisher: 1985Availability: No items available
17. Dark-rumped petrel project continues in the Galápagos Islands First egg laid in artificial burrow.

by Anon. (Egg Rock Update).

Source: Egg Rock Update 1989 ReportMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1989Availability: No items available
18. Reproducción de tortugas e iguanas terrestres en cautiverio en las Islas Galápagos.

by Márquez, C., Rea, S., Fritts, T., Cepeda, F., Llerena, F., Snell, H.

Source: Acta Zoologica Lilloana 41Material type: article Article Publisher: 1992Availability: No items available
19. Cooperative breeding by the Galápagos mockingbird, Nesomimus parvulus.

by Kinnaird, M. F., Grant, P. R.

Source: Behavioral Ecology Sociobiology 10Material type: article Article Publisher: 1982Availability: No items available
20. Cooperative breeding by the Galápagos mockingbird, Nesomimus parvulus.

by Kinnaird, M. F., Grant, P. R.

Source: Behavioral Ecology Sociobiology 10Material type: article Article Publisher: 1982Availability: No items available

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