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Seevögel von Galapagos - Bewegungsweisen als Ernährungsstrategie

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Seevögel von Galapagos - Bewegungsweisen als Ernährungsstrategie
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Galapagos Seabirds - Movement Adaptions as a Strategy in Food Acquisition
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Georg Rüppell
Wilhelm Möller
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Das Flugvermögen von Maskentölpel, Blaufußtölpel, Rotfußtölpel, Meerespelikan, Noddiseeschwalbe, Lavamöwe, Gabelschwanzmöwe, Galapagos-Wellenläufer, Galapagos-Albatros, Galapagos-Pinguin, Stummelscharbe und Fregattvogel. Überwiegend starke Zeitdehnung.
The flight and feeding customs of the most important sea bird species of the Galapagos Islands are described. Some characteristic body and wing measurements are used to describe the flight of these species. The species which are able to forage furthest out at sea and deepest in the water are the most successfull on the Galapagos Islands, measured by their abundance. The least abundant bird is the lava-gull, a shore bird and surface-feeder.
Keywords Möwe / Gabelschwanzmöwe Gabelschwanzmöwe Creagus furcatus Möwe / Lavamöwe Lavamöwe Larus fuliginosus Tölpel / Blaufußtölpel Blaufußtölpel Sula nebouxii Tölpel / Rotfußtölpel Rotfußtölpel Sula sula Tölpel / Maskentölpel Maskentölpel Sula dactylatra Noddiseeschwalbe Anous stolidus Pelikan / Meerespelikan Meerespelikan Pelecanus occidentalis Wellenläufer Galapagos-Wellenläufer Oceanodroma tethys Pinguin Galapagos-Pinguin Spheniscus mendiculus Stummelscharbe Kormoran Galapagos-Kormoran Phalacrocorax harrisi Albatros Galapagos-Albatros Diomedea irrorata Fregattvogel Fregata minor Avifauna / Galapagos-Inseln Nahrungserwerb / Aves (allg.) Flug / Aves (allg.) acquisition of food / Aves (general) albatross avifauna / Galapagos blue foot gannet Blue-footed booby Brown noddy Brown pelican common noddy cormorant flight / Aves (general) flightless cormorant Forked tail seagull frigate Galapagos cormorant Galapagos Penguin gannet / blue foot gannet gannet / masked gannet gannet / red foot gannet great frigatebird lava gull masked booby masked gannet pelican / sea pelican penguin red foot gannet Red-footed booby sea pelican sea swallow seagull / forked tail seagull seagull / lava gull swallow-tailed gull wave rider waved albatross wedge-rumped storm-petrel Anous stolidus Creagus furcatus Diomedea irrorata Fregata minor Larus fuliginosus Oceanodroma tethys Pelecanus occidentalis Phalacrocorax harrisi Spheniscus mendiculus Sula dactylatra Sula nebouxii Sula sula