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First record of feather-loss disorder in Antarctic penguins

  • Andrés Barbosa (a1), Roger Colominas-Ciuró (a1), Nestor Coria (a2), Mara Centurión (a2), Rosana Sandler (a2), Agustina Negri (a2) and Mercedes Santos (a2)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0954102014000467
  • Published online: 14 July 2014
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A. Barbosa & M.J. Palacios 2009. Health of Antarctic birds: a review of their parasites, pathogens and diseases. Polar Biology, 32, 10951115.

O.J. Kane , J.R. Smith , P.D. Boersma , N.J. Parsons , V. Strauss , P. Garcia-Borboroglu & C. Villanueva 2010. Feather-loss disorder in African and Magellanic penguins. Waterbirds, 33, 415421.

K.R. Kerry & M.J. Riddle 2009. Health of Antarctic wildlife. A challenge for science and policy. Heidelberg: Springer, 470 pp.

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G.A.Leotta , P.Piñeyro , S.Serena & G.B.Vigo 2009. Prevalence of Edwardsiella tarda in Antarctic wildlife. Polar Biology, 32, 809812.

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  • ISSN: 0954-1020
  • EISSN: 1365-2079
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