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Comparative breeding ecology in arctic-geese of different body size : an example in ross's and lesser snow geese
Two closely-related, different-sized species of geese nest sympatrically south of the Queen Maud Gulf (QMG) in Canada’s central arctic. Following a period of high population growth rate in both species within the QMG, the ...
Body size relationships and reproductive ecology of female feral horses on Sable Island, Nova Scotia
Body size is an important determinant of reproduction in capital breeding animals, including large mammals. However, it is not always practical to hand-measure body size of free-ranging species. In recent years, parallel-laser ...