Alcidae


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Structural modifications in the hind limb of the Alcidae. Ibis 87:433-456.
Egg size, composition, and offspring quality in some Alcidae (Aves: Charadriiformes).
Phylogenetic relationships within the Alcidae (Aves: Charadriiformes) inferred from total molecular evidence.
(1995) formulated a model (hereafter, the Ydenberg model) that attempts to explain intraspecific variation in timing of nest departure within the Alcidae. They speculate that understanding the factors that produce variation within species might shed light on factors that lead to the evolution of diversity among species (Ydenberg et al.
-- Caryospora undata Schwalbach, 1959 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae), was found in the feces of three of 25 (12 percent) tufted puffins, Lunda cirrhata (Charadriiformes: Alcidae) housed at Sea World of Florida.
San Francisco, CA, December 02, 2017 --(PR.com)-- After introducing earlier this month their flagship product - Garager, visual controller for garage openers currently being sold on Amazon, Walmart and Newegg, Alcidae announced today that they will be attending the 2018 CES to showcase their newly developed technology and product line.
Patterns of development exhibited by the marine bird family Alcidae have provided fertile ground for studies of their life-history costs and benefits (Cody 1973; Sealy 1973a; Gaston 1985, 1992; Ydenberg 1989).
Population parameters for the Atlantic Alcidae. In: Nettleship, D.N., and Birkhead, T.R., eds.
Key words: alcid, Alcidae, Alle alle, British Columbia, Dovekie, Little Auk, vagrant
The chapter closes with a subsection called "Penguin Imposters" about auks, members of the avian family Alcidae, which could be termed "imposters" only by a true penguin aficionado.
Flight of auks (Alcidae) and other northern seabirds compared with southern Procellariiformes: ornithodolite observations.
Adaptive significance of post-hatching developmental patterns in the Alcidae. Omis Scandinavica 4:113-121.
The Rhinoceros Auklet (Cerorhinca monocerata, Alcidae) colonies and number on the southern Kuril Islands.
A monograph of the Alcidae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences 1868:2-81.