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2009From both sides: dire demographic consequences of carnivorous mice and longlining for the Critically Endangered Tristan albatrosses on Gough Island.Wanless, R M; Ryan, P G; Altwegg, R; Angel, A; Cooper, J; Cuthbert, R
2006Pathological ?ndings in harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) from Norwegian and Icelandic waters.Siebert, U; Tolley, K; Víkingsson, G; Ólafsdottir, D; Lehnert, K; Weiss, R; Baumgärtner, W
2010The influence of changes in habitat structure on the species composition of bird assemblages in the southern Kalahari.Seymour, C L; Dean, W R J
2010Chameleons on the move: survival and migration of the Cape dwarf chameleon, Bradypodion pumilum, within a fragmented semi-urban habitat.Tolley, K A; Raw, R N V; Altwegg, R; Measey, G J
2012Isolation of novel microsatellite loci in dwarf chameleons from Kwazulu-Natal Province, South Africa and their cross-amplification in other Bradypodion species.Feldheim, K A; Da Silva, J M; Tolley, K A
2006Mitochondrial DNA population structure of the Cape fur seal (Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus).Matthee, C A; Fourie, F; Oosthuizen, W H; Mëyer, M A; Tolley, K A
2007Mitochondrial DNA variations of the west-coast rock lobster, Jasus lalandii: marked genetic diversity differences among sampling sites.Matthee, C A; Cockcroft, A C; Gopal, K
2007Can life history and defence traits predict the population dynamics and natural enemy responses of insect herbivores?Veldtman, R; Mcgeoch, M A; Scholtz, C H
2007Northward colonisation of the Eastern North Atlantic by harbour porpoises inferred by mitochondrial DNA.Tolley, K A; Rosel, P E
2008Spatial extent of bird species response to landscape changes: colonisation/extinction dynamics at the community level in two contrasting habitats.Sirami, C; Brotons, L; Martin, J L