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Family Gaviidae: divers

Chapter published in The Birds of Africa

Loon(Aves, Gaviiformes, Gaviidae)

Entry published 14 Oct 2005 in Van Nostrand's Scientific Encyclopedia

Order Gaviiformes Family: Gaviidae: Loons

Chapter published in The Birds of New Jersey

Multilocus population analysis of Gavia immer (Aves: Gaviidae) mtDNA reveals low genetic diversity and lack of differentiation across the species breeding range

Journal Article published 13 Aug 2011 in Organisms Diversity & Evolution volume 11 issue 4 on pages 307 to 316

Authors: Carolina Bartolomé, Xulio Maside, Kees Camphuysen, Martin Heubeck, Roberto Bao

Erratum to: Multilocus population analysis of Gavia immer (Aves: Gaviidae) mtDNA reveals low genetic diversity and lack of differentiation across the species breeding range

Journal Article published 19 Nov 2014 in Organisms Diversity & Evolution volume 15 issue 1 on pages 213 to 213

Authors: Carolina Bartolomé, Xulio Maside, Kees C. J. Camphuysen, Martin Heubeck, Roberto Bao

A Loon Leg (Aves, Gaviidae) with Crocodilian Tooth from the Late Oligocene of Germany

Journal Article published Sep 2009 in Waterbirds volume 32 issue 3 on pages 468 to 471

Authors: Gerald Mayr, Markus Poschmann

Neogaeornis wetzeliLambrecht, a Cretaceous loon from Chile (Aves: Gaviidae)

Journal Article published 6 Mar 1992 in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology volume 12 issue 1 on pages 122 to 124

Authors: Storrs L. Olson

IUD Use is Common, but Use of Hormonal, Barrier Methods Rare in Vietnam

Journal Article published Mar 1990 in International Family Planning Perspectives volume 16 issue 1 on page 36

Mexican Fertility Falls as Female Sterilization Becomes More Popular

Journal Article published Mar 1990 in International Family Planning Perspectives volume 16 issue 1 on page 36

RES Structure and Function of the Aves

Chapter published 1982 in Phylogeny and Ontogeny on pages 509 to 540

Authors: Bruce Glick