Zalophus


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Zalophus

one of the sealion genera; see seal.
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Add to this silverware, china plates, porcelain, statuary, crystal and miscellaneous knickknacks and antiques, and the remains of the Zalophus could be a rich find indeed.
Food habits of California sea lions Zalophus californianus at San Clemente Island, California, 1981-1986.
Seasonal and annual variability in the diet of California sea lions Zalophus californianus at San Nicolas Island, California, 1981-1986.
El Lobo marino de California Zalophus californianus (Lesson, 1828) Allen 1880; observaciones sobre su ecologia y explotacion.
Crecimiento y mortalidad del Lobo marino de California Zalophus californianus californianus.
Seasonal and annual variability in the diet of California sea lions, Zalophus californianus, at San Nicolas Island, California, 1981-86.
Vartiacion estacional en la dieta del lobe marino comun, Zalophus californianus, en las Islas Angel de la Guarda y Granite, Golfo de California, Mexico.
Seroepidemiology of parapoxvirus infections in captive and free-ranging California sea lions Zalophus californianus.
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).
The searches were performed without language restriction and used the key words "seal," "Phoca," "phocid," "pinniped," "otaria," "otariid," "otariidae," "Arctocephalus," Zalophus," "Callorhinus," "fur seal," "sea lion," "marine," or "marine mammal," along with "influenza," "orthomyxovirus," "zoonoses," "zoonosis," "zoonotic," "H1," "H3," "H4," "H5," or "H7" to find reports on cases of influenza in seals or seal strains found in man.
sierra are the roosterfish Nematistius pectoralis, sailfish Istiophorus platypterus, sea lion Zalophus californianus; all predators located on a similar trophic level (Fischer et al.
BACKGROUND: Fetal poisoning of California sea lions (CSLs; Zalophus californianus) has been associated with exposure to the algal toxin domoic acid.