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Foraging strategies of the marine iguana, Amblyrhynchus cristatus.
Temporal pattern of foraging and microhabitat use by Galapagos marine iguanas, Amblyrhynchus ctistatus.
Biologia reprodutiva de tres especies simpatricas de peixes neotropicais: Pimelodus maculatus Lacepede (Siluriformes, Pimelodidae), Leporinus amblyrhynchus Garavello & Britski e Schizodon nasutus Kner (Characiformes, Anostomidae) do recem-formado Reservatorio de Miranda, Alto Parana.
We evaluated the efficacy of using stomach content analysis of three commonly occurring benthophagous fishes belonging to three different orders and foraging strategies (Eigenmannia virescens (Valenciennes, 1836) --Gymnotiformes, electrical; Iheringichthys labrosus (Lutken, 1874)--Siluriformes, olfactory; and Leporinus amblyrhynchus Garavello and Britski, 1987--Characiformes, visual) as a proxy for providing information about benthic macroinvertebrate communities.
Psilotris amblyrhynchus, a new seven-spined goby (Teleostei: Gobiidae) from Belize, with notes on settlement-stage larvae.
Distribution of carangid larvae (Teleostei: Carangidae) and concentrations of zooplankton in the northern Gulf of Mexico, with illustrations of early Hernicaranx amblyrhynchus and Caranx spp.
6 NATURE, he and Corinna Thom of the University of Wurzburg in Germany describe observations of some 6,000 Amblyrhynchus cristatus during four El Ninos.
Malaclemys terrapin [Burger and Montevecchi 1975], Pituophis melanoleucus [Burger and Zappalorti 1986], Amblyrhynchus cristatus [Rauch 1988], Tropidurus spp.
Aufwand, Kosten, und Nutzen der Fortpflanzung bei Meerechsen, Amblyrhynchus cristatus Bell 1825.
The relation of oxygen consumption to body size and to heating and cooling in the Galapagos marine iguana, Amblyrhynchus cristatus.
Analyses of the stomach contents of fish caught simultaneously in the locality (Leporinus amblyrhynchus Garavello & Britski, Iheringichthys labrosus Lutken, and Pimelodus maculates Lacepede) indicated that the animals are incorporating the invading bivalve into their diet, if only in small quantities.