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Observations on the movement of two captive-reared mugger crocodiles, Crocodylus palustris Lesson when returned to the wild.
Spatial distribution and dispersal of unfed larval Ixodes dammini (Acari: Ixodidae) in southern New York.
Spread and potential impact of the recently introduced European green crab, Carcinus maenas, in central California
Genotypic diversity and gene flow in brooding and spawning corals along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Wildlife managers in northwestern Colorado have had difficulty accurately estimating numbers of subadult male elk (Cervus elaphus) by sampling winter population densities and sex ratios. We investigated emigration and survival of telemetered 2-year-old male elk in a trophy hunting area in a northwestern Colorado Game Management Unit (GMU) to evaluate management strategies. We hypothesized that skewed numbers of males resulted from high subadult mortality or dispersal of subadult males. We used telemetered elk and Kaplan-Meier staggered entry methods to estimate emigration probability of 0.56 and 0.33 in 1995 and 1996, respectively. Maximum distances moved by emigrants from their capture point averaged 87 km (median...
Bryophytes disperse by small unicellular spores between 7 ?m und usually less than 100 ?m. A large percentage of species is sterile and propagates vegetatively either by special brood bodies or fragments of whole plants. It is shown that there is no difference in the effectiveness between generative and vegetative propagation. Size and weight of the diaspores suggest that both must easily be dispersed and the species must therefore have wide ranges. This does, however, not result in ubiquitous occurrence. This is only true for part of the species. Many, even sterile species show wide transcontinental ranges. On the other hand, there are many examples of limited to very limited distribution in spite of a rich production...
Factors affecting transmission of larval winter ticks, Dermacentor albipictus (Packard), to moose, Alces alces L., in Alberta, Canada.
Dispersal as a regional process affecting the local dynamics of marine and stream benthic invertebrates
Guide to the provision of refuges for waders: An analysis of 30 years of ringing data from the Wash, England
Experimental study of the translocation of noisy miners Manorina melanocephala and difficulties associated with dispersal
Comparison of corridors and intrinsic connectivity to promote dispersal in transient successional landscapes
Mobility and metapopulation structure of Geocrinia alba and Geocrinia vitellina, two endangered frog species from southwestern Australia