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2011Collapse of South Africa’s penguins in the early 21st century.Crawford, R J M; Altwegg, R; Barham, B J; Barham, P J; Durant, J M; Dyer, B M; Geldenhuys, D; Makhado, A B; Pichegru, L; Ryan, P G; Underhill, L G; Upfold, L; Visagie, J; Waller, L J; Whittington, P A
2012Annual dispersal and survival of a seabird adapted to a stable environment: implications for conservation.Braby, J; Braby, S J; Braby, R J; Altwegg, R
2012Factors affecting adult survival and inter-colony movement at the three South African colonies of Cape gannet.Distiller, G; Altwegg, R; Crawford, R J M; Klages, N T W; Barham, B
2012An assessment of zoological research collections in South Africa.Hamer, M
2012Demography and population ecology of the hadeda ibis (Bostrychia hagedash) at its expanding range edge in South Africa.Duckworth, G D; Altwegg, R; Harebottle, D M
2012Modelling relationships between species spatial abundance patterns and climate.Huntley, B; Barnard, P; Altwegg, R; Collingham, Y C; Hole, D G
2012Species distribution models indicate contrasting late Quaternary histories for southern and northern hemisphere bird species.Huntley, B; Allen, J R M; Barnard, P; Collingham, Y C; Holliday, P R
2012Experimental evidence for bird pollination and corolla damage by ants in the short-tubed flowers of Erica halicacaba (Ericaceae).Turner, R C; Midgley, J J; Barnard, P; Simmons, R E; Johnson, S D
2013Do frugivorous birds concentrate their foraging activities on those alien plants with the most abundant and nutritious fruits in the South African Mediterranean-climate region?Mokotjomela, T M; Musil C F; Esler, K J
2013Frugivorous birds visit fruits of emerging alien shrub species more frequently than those of native shrub species in the South African Mediterranean climate region.Mokotjomela, T M; Musil, C F; Esler, K J