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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 269, Number 2, June 2006

Efficiency of strip- and line-transect surveys of African savanna mammals
pp. 149-160(12)
Authors: Ogutu, J. O.; Bhola, N.; Piepho, H.-P.; Reid, R.

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Application of mark–recapture methods to lions: satisfying assumptions by using covariates to explain heterogeneity
pp. 161-174(14)
Authors: Ogutu, J. O.; Piepho, H.-P.; Dublin, H. T.; Reid, R. S.; Bhola, N.

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A new look at the scaling of size in mammalian eyes
pp. 225-232(8)
Author: Burton, R. F.

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Diving to extremes: are New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) pushing their limits in a marginal habitat?
pp. 233-240(8)
Authors: Chilvers, B. L.; Wilkinson, I. S.; Duignan, P. J.; Gemmell, N. J.

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Genetics and animal domestication: new windows on an elusive process
pp. 261-271(11)
Authors: Dobney, K.; Larson, G.

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