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  1. Adrenocortical response to stress in the common diving petrel, Pelecanoides urinatrix
SMITH, G.T.; Wingfield, J.C.; VEIT, R.R.
In: Physiological Zoology, 67, No. 2, 526-537
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  2. Chick feeding in the diving petrels Pelecanoides georgicus and P. urinatrix exsul
Roby, D.D.
In: Antarctic Science, 1, No. 4, 337-342
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  3. Determination of the absolute visual threshold of a nocturnal seabird, the common diving petrel Pelecanoides urinatrix
Brooke, M. de L.
In: Ibis, 131, 290-300
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  4. Diet and feeding ecology of the diving petrels Pelecanoides georgicus and P. urinatrix at South Georgia
REID, K.; Croxall, J.P.; EDWARDS, T.M.; HILL, H.J.; Prince, P.A.
In: Polar Biology, 17, No. 1, 17-24
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  5. The distribution and abundance of burrowing seabirds (Procellariiformes) at Bird Island, South Georgia: II. South Georgia diving petrel Pelecanoides georgicus
Croxall, J.P.; HUNTER, I.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 56, 69-74
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  6. The diving petrel of the Bass Straits
Jones, F.W.
In: Victorian Naturalist, 54, Pt. 4, 51-55
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  7. Establishment of a colony of common diving petrels (Pelecanoides urinatrix) by chick transfers and acoustic attraction
MISKELLY, C.M.; TAYLOR, G.A.
In: Emu, 104, No. 3, 205-211
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  8. Family Pelecanoididae diving petrels. Pelecanoides georgicus South Georgian diving-petrel. Pelecanoides urinatrix common diving-petrel (1990)
Croxall, J.P.; Prince, P.A.
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  9. Fossils indicate Pelecanoides georgicus had large colonies at Mason Bay, Stewart Island, New Zealand
WORTHY, T.H.
In: Notornis, 45, Pt. 4, 229-246
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  10. The helminth parasites of the sheathbill, Chionis alba, and the diving petrels, Pelecanoides georgicus (Murphy and Harper) and P. urinatrix (Gmelin), at Bird Island, South Georgia
WILLIAMS, I.C.; Jones, N.V.; PAYNE, M.J.; ELLIS, C.
In: Journal of Helminthology, 48, 195-197
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  11. Identification and breeding biology of the diving petrels Pelecanoides georgicus and P. urinatrix exsul, at South Georgia
PAYNE, M.R.; Prince, P.A.
In: New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 6, 299-318
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  12. The kuaka or diving petrel, Pelecanoides urinatrix (Part II)
RICHDALE, L.E.
In: Emu, 43, 97-107
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  13. The kuaka or diving petrel, Pelecanoides urinatrix
RICHDALE, L.E.
In: Emu, 43, 24-48
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  14. Maximum dive depths attained by South Georgia diving petrel Pelecanoides georgicus at Bird Island, South Georgia
Prince, P.A.; Jones, M.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 4, 433-434
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  15. Maximum dive depths of common diving petrels (Pelecanoides urinatrix) during the annual cycle at Mayes Island, Kerguelen
BOCHER, P.; LABIDOIRE, B.; CHEREL, Y.
In: Journal of Zoology, 251, 517-524
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  16. Maximum diving depths of common diving petrels Pelecanoides urinatrix at Kerguelen Islands
CHASTEL, O.
In: Polar Biology, 14, No. 3, 211-213
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  17. Notes on the diving-petrels
BOURNE, W.R.P.
In: Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 88, No. 5, 77-85
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  18. Observations on the breeding behaviour of the diving petrel Pelecanoides u. urinatrix (Gmelin)
THORESEN, A.C.
In: Notornis, 16, 241-260
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  19. Observations on the cooling tolerance of embryos of the diving petrel Pelecanoides georgicus
Roby, D.D.; Ricklefs, R.E.
In: Auk, 101, 160-161
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  20. The scientific name of the common diving petrel
BROOKE, R.K.
In: Cormorant, 8, No. 2, 98
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  21. Some aspects of the breeding biology of the diving petrels Pelecanoides georgicus and P. urinatrix exsul at Bird Island, South Georgia
Roby, D.D.; Ricklefs, R.E.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 59, 29-34
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  22. A South American marine otter Lontra felina preys upon chicks of the Peruvian diving petrel Pelecanoides garnotii
MATTERN, T.; ELLENBERG, U.; LUNA-JORQUERA, G.
In: Marine Ornithology, 30, No. 2, 95-96
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  23. South Georgian diving petrels (Pelecanoides georgicus) breeding on Codfish Island
Imber, M.J.; NILSSON, R.J.
In: Notornis, 27, 325-330
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  24. Supplementary notes on the diving petrel
RICHDALE, L.E.
In: Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 75, Pt. 1, 42-53
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  25. Surveys of South Georgian diving petrels (Pelecanoides georgicus) on Codfish Island
West, J.; Imber, M.J.
In: Notornis, 36, Pt. 2, 157-158
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  26. Synchronous wing and tail molt in diving petrels
WATSON, G.E.
In: Condor, 70, 182-183
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  27. Two new diving petrels
MURPHY, R.C.; HARPER, F.
In: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 35, Article 7, 65-67
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