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Andreu ROTGER, Alfonso SOLA, Giacomo TAVECCHIA and Ana SANZ-AGUILAR

Foraging far from home: GPS-tracking of Mediterranean Storm-petrels Hydrobates pelagicus melitensis reveals long-distance foraging movements

Volume 68.1, 2021, 3-16. Research articles.

Carlos MARTÍNEZ, Jose L. ROSCALES, Ana SANZ-AGUILAR, Jacob GONZÁLEZ-SOLÍS

Inferring the wintering distribution of the mediterranean populations of European Storm-petrels Hydrobates pelagicus melitensis from stable isotope analysis and observational field data

Volume 66.1, 2019, 13-32. Research articles.

Y. V. ALBORES-BARAJAS, B. MASSA, K. GRIFFITHS and C. SOLDATINI

Sexual dichromatism in mediterranean storm petrels Hydrobates pelagicus melitensis

Volume 57(2), 2010, 333-337. Research articles.

Beatriz ARROYO, Eduardo MÍNGUEZ, Luis PALOMARES and Jesús PINILLA

The timing and pattern of moult of flight feathers of European Storm-petrel Hydrobates pelagicus in Atlantic and Mediterranean breeding areas

Volume 51(2), 2004, 365-373. Research articles.

MÍNGUEZ, E.

Attraction of the European Storm-petrel to heterospecific calls of other north Atlantic Procellariiformes

Volume 41(2), 1994, 141-149. Research articles.

MÍNGUEZ, E.

Census, laying chronology and breeding success of European Storm-petrels (Hydrobates pelagicus) in Benidorm Island (eastern Spain)

Volume 41(1), 1994, 3-11. Research articles.

GONZÁLEZ BARBERÁ, G. and HERNÁNDEZ GIL, V.

Nesting of Procellariiformes in the coast of Murcia, SE Spain

Volume 36(1), 1989, 87-90. Short communications.

ESTRADA, V. 1988.

New data on the status and present distribution of the European Strom-petrel Hydrobates pelagicus melitensis in Catalonia (NE Spain)

Volume 35(1), 1988, 162-166. Short communications.

MARTÍN, A. and HERNÁNDEZ, E.

Important colony of seabirds in the Roques de Salmor (Canary Islands)

Volume 32(1), 1985, 123-127. Short communications.

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