Galapagos Research Vol. 68

formerly Noticias de Galápagos

Journal of Science and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands

Date:
2016
File Size:
3.21 MB
Author:
 
  • César Peñaherrera-Palma, Karen Harpp, Stuart Banks, 2016, Rapid seafloor mapping of the northern Galapagos Islands, Darwin and Wolf - Galapagos Research 68: 2-9
  • Richard F. Feeney, Robert N. Lea, 2016, Status of two species of tilefish Caulolatilus princeps (Jenyns) and C. hubbsi Dooley, originally described from the Galapagos Islands - Galapagos Research 68: 10-12
  • Johan Van Keer, Léon Baert, Nina Wauters, 2016, The spider Theridion melanostictum (Araneae, Theridiidae), a recent introduction to Galapagos? - Galapagos Research 68: 13-14
  • Arnaldo Tupiza, Elizabeth Tindle, R.W. Tindle, Simon P. Blomberg, 2016, The biology of an isolated population of the American Flamingo Phoenicopterus ruber in the Galapagos Islands - Galapagos Research 68: 15-27
  • Cynthia M. Manning, 2016, Some off-shore marine species coming to light in Galapagos, Ecuador - Galapagos Research 68: 28-33
  • G.B. Estes, K.T. Grant, 2016, Alf Wollebæk and the Galapagos Archipelago’s first biological station - Galapagos Research 68: 33-42
  • Anne Guézou, Henri W. Herrera, Lillian Connett, Patricia G. Parker, Sharon L. Deem, Victor Carríon, 2016, Gizzard contents of the Smooth-billed Ani Crotophaga ani in Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador - Galapagos Research 68: 43-48
  • Gustavo Jiménez-Uzcátegui, 2016, The history of Prothonotary Warbler in the Galapagos Islands - Galapagos Research 68: 48-48
 
 
 
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