Zalophus


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Zalophus

one of the sealion genera; see seal.
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Food habits of California sea lions Zalophus californianus at San Clemente Island, California, 1981-86.
Variabilidad espacial de la dieta del lobo marino de california Zalophus californianus californianus, (Lesson 1828).
California sea lions (CSLs; Zalophus californianus) are subject to multiple classes of environmental stressors, including exposure to persistent environmental contaminant burdens, infection by several pathogens, and episodic poisoning by toxins from harmful algal blooms (DeLong et al.
In July-August 1901, Rutter was placed in charge of a joint federal and state study to determine the kinds of food eaten by "sea lions" (Eumetopias jubata and Zalophus californianus).
Although the Colombian Pacific coastline is not part of the original distributional range of any otariid species, 4 species have been reported there: South American fur seal, Arctocephalus australis (Von Prahl, 1987), Galapagos sea lion, Zalophus wollebaeki (Florez Gonzalez and Capella, 1995), Galapagos fur seal, A.
Tampa, Fl; Ringling yacht, the Zalophus (detail), ca.
groenlandica (harp seals), Callorhinus ursinus (northern fur seals), Mirounga angustirostris (northern elephant seals), Zalophus californianus (California sea lions), Eumetopias jubatus (steller sea lions), and Otaria flavescens (South American sea lions) (9-13).
Diving patterns of California sea lions, Zalophus californianus.
For example, a NMFS 2009 stock assessment report for California sea lions (54) states that the Oregon Columbia River gillnet fishery had been reduced to such levels that California sea lion, Zalophus californianus, mortality, if any, was negligible.
Cuvier, 1826 Arctocephalus Pacifica Cau 0 australis (Zimmermann, 1783) Arctocephalus Pacifica Cau, Cho, Nar 0 galapagoensis Heller 1904 Otaria Peron, 1816 Otaria Pacifica 0 flavescens (Shaw, 1800) Zalophus Gill, 1866 Zalophus Pacifica 0 wollebaeki Siverstsen, 1953 Familia Procyonidae Bassaricyon J.
Their fleet included the 125-foot Zalophus, the 60-foot Zalophus Junior, a speedboat called The Dart and, of course, a gondola.