Uria lomvia


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Related to Uria lomvia: common murre, Uria aalge, Brunnich's murre
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a variety of murre

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Declining trends in the majority of Greenland's Thickbilled Murre (Uria lomvia) colonies 1981-2011.
1988: Migration and winter ranges of Brunnich's Guillemots Uria lomvia breeding or occurring in Greenland.--Dansk Ornitologisk Forenings Tidsskrift 82: 117-130.
Genetic structure of thick-billed murre (Uria lomvia) populations examined using direct sequence analysis of amplified DNA.
Tuck, Thick-billed Murre, Uria lomvia, hunting, banding, populations
Young Guillemots Uria lomvia leaving their Arctic breeding cliffs: a daily rhythm in numbers and risk.
Site preferences and interspecific competition among guillemots Uria aalge (L.) and Uria lomvia (L.) on Bear Island.
Mass-length relationships and energy content of fishes and invertebrates delivered to nestling Thick-billed Murres Uria lomvia in the Canadian Arctic, 1981-2007.
In this paper, we test predictions 1 and 2 of the Ydenberg model for Thick-billed Murres Uria lomvia and Razorbills Alca torda, two of three species of "intermediate" alcids.
We describe the demographic consequences for a colonial nesting seabird, the Thick-billed Murre (Uria lomvia), of exceptionally intense mosquito parasitism and predation by polar bears in a particular year.
Glaucous Gulls, Larus hyperboreus, are common predators of eggs and chicks of the Thick-billed Murre, Uria lomvia, in the Arctic.
Similarly, black-legged kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla), thick-billed murres (Uria lomvia), yellow-billed loons (Gavia adamsii), and dovekies (Alle alle) have been spotted in the polynya on multiple occasions, and it is likely that these birds are non-breeders.
Reproductive biology of Thick-billed Murres (Uria lomvia): an inter-colony comparison.
For example, we know relatively little about the survival, recruitment, and longevity of most breeding seahirds in the Canadian Arctic because long-term banding studies (> 20 years) have been limited, except those of thick--hilled murres (Uria lomvia; Gaston and Hipfner, 2000).
200 bp), thick-billed murres (Uria lomvia; 250 bp; Montevecchi and Tuck, 1987), black-legged kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla; ca.
Around a large breeding colony of thick-billed murres (Uria lomvia), walruses (Odobenus rosmarus) were estimated to eat up to 67 adult murres per day, with an attack success rate of 46% (Mallory et al., 2004).