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Does colour-banding affect the survival of adult honeyeaters?

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Category: Issue 4

Author(s): Brooker and de Rebeira

No difference for Phylidonyris novaehollandiae.


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Morphometrics of eggs of Little Tern

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Category: Issue 4

Author(s): Egan

Advocates use of mean plus range for reporting data using Sterna albifrons as example.


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Body dimensions of Wedge-tailed Shearwater Puffinus pacificus fledgings at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, and the importance of timing to breeding

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Category: Issue 4

Author(s): Carter, Dyer and Hill

Body weights and dimensions were recorded for 70 fledglings at Heron Island, on the southern Great Barrier Reef. Results show that the length of the longest primary feather and tarsus were significantly different between habitats, with the Fringe showing highest and Buildings area showing lowest means. This outcome probably resulted from most nestlings measured in […]


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Wedge-tailed Shearwater fledglings at Rocky Islet, Great Barrier Reef: burrow densities and breeding cycle

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Category: Issue 4

Author(s): Carter, Milton, Dyer and Harding

Wedge-tailed Shearwater burrows were surveyed at Rocky Islet, northern Great Barrier Reef, opportunistically during 1994, and systematically in 1995. The burrow estimate for the island was 5 785 ± 840 for the first year and 4 646 ± 302 during the second survey. The size of the breeding population is estimated to be 2 950 […]


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Morphometrics of the Wedge-tailed Eagle Aquila audax

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Category: Issue 4

Author(s): Brooker

Morphological measurements were made from 233 wild Wedge-tailed Eagles Aquila audax on the Nullarbor Plain, 116 museum specimens from southern Australia and 30 dead birds from New South Wales. In the birds from the Nullarbor Plain, reversed sexual size dimorphism (female larger than male) was found in all characters examined. Among the museum specimens (a) […]


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Importance of Yellow Box-Blakely’s Red Gum woodland remnants in maintaining bird species diversity: inferences from seasonal data

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Category: Issue 4

Author(s): Er and Tidemann

Bird species richness and abundance were recorded along 28 fixed-width strip transects located within 10 study sites dominated by Yellow Box Eucalyptus melliodora and Blakely’s Red Gum E. blakelyi. This was conducted across four seasons in 1994. This paper reports the seasonal variation in bird species composition and abundance observed in these study sites. The […]


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