Otaria


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Ascaridoidea: Anisakidae), a parasite of the South American sea lion Otaria byronia De Blainville from Chile.
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Palavras-chave: Otaria flavescens, modelos lineares generalizados mistos Bayesianos, covariaveis, abundancia.
Efectos del Nino 1997-98 sobre el ciclo reproductivo del lobo marino chusco Otaria byronia en las Islas Ballestas, Pisco.
Interacciones entre lobos marinos Otaria byronia y la pesqueria artesanal en el puerto de San Juan de Marcona, Peru.
They established that the fishes segregate by habitats in order to take refuge from predators, mainly the sea lion Otaria flavescens; such segregation was not related to the bathymetric distribution of their most important prey items.
If the name Pinnipedia is defined as "the dade stemming from the most recent common ancestor of Otaria byronia de Blainville 1820, Odobenus rosmarus Linnaeus 1758, and Phoca vitulina Linnaeus 1758, provided that it possessed flippers homologous with those in the aforementioned species," then the name would not be applicable to any dade in the context of phylogenetic hypotheses in which the most recent common ancestor of these species was inferred not to have had flippers.
The purpose of this research was to update and analyze the distributions and range maps of carnivore species, focusing on the 21 species that are considered at most risk from illegal trade (CITES species), which also include species in national threatened categories, with the exception of Otaria flavescens.
Especificamente, la presencia de restos de Arctocephalus australis y Otaria flavescens en uno de los sitios del interior (PF), muestra el traslado de estas presas por 7 km y el consumo en este campamento residencial.
2009) y probablemente a Squalus acanthias y Otaria flavescens, debido a que estas especie en la zona sur de Argentina predan sobre Cheilodactylus bergi (Garcia & Sanchez, 1997; Romero et al.
coli y estudio de genes de virulencia en aislados desde fecas de dos poblaciones de lobo marino comun, Otaria flavescens en el norte de Chile.
obtuscens tiene como hospedero definitivo al lobo marino chusco, leon marino o lobo de un pelo, Otaria byronia (Shaw, 1800) (Tantalean et al, 2005).
On an earlier review of this anomaly in otariids, Acevedo and Aguayo (2008) reported cases in five otariid species: Antarctic fur seal, Arctocephalus gazella (Peter, 1875), Northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus Linnaeus, 1758, Steller sea lion, Eumetopias jubatus (Schreber, 1776), Californian sea lion, Zalophus californianus (Lesson, 1828), and South American sea lion, Otaria flavescens (Shaw, 1800).
groenlandica (harp seals), Callorhinus ursinus (northern fur seals), Mirounga angustirostris (northern elephant seals), Zalophus californianus (California sea lions), Eumetopias jubatus (steller sea lions), and Otaria flavescens (South American sea lions) (9-13).
Pertenecientes al genero Diphyllobothrium, existian en America mucho antes de la llegada del hombre y se encontraban como parasitos de animales, entre ellos varios peces y el leon marino, Otaria byronia, como huesped final.