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Flesh-footed Shearwater Puffinus carneipes and White-faced Storm Petrel Pelagodroma marina at Dyer Island, South Africa
Underhill, L.G.; Calf, K.M.; Crawford, R.J.M.; Du Toit, M.; Waller, L.; Whittington, P.A. (2003). Flesh-footed Shearwater Puffinus carneipes and White-faced Storm Petrel Pelagodroma marina at Dyer Island, South Africa. Atlant. Seabirds 5(1): 35-37
In: Atlantic Seabirds. Seabird Group and Dutch Seabird Group: Sandy, Bedfordshire. ISSN 1388-2511, more
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Keywords
    Pelagodroma marina (Latham, 1790) [WoRMS]; Puffinus carneipes Gould, 1844 [WoRMS]; PSW, South Africa, Cape Prov., Dyer I. [Marine Regions]; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Underhill, L.G.
  • Calf, K.M.
  • Crawford, R.J.M., correspondent
  • Du Toit, M.
  • Waller, L.
  • Whittington, P.A.

Abstract
    A Flesh-footed Shearwater Puffinus carneipes and a White-faced Storm Petrel Pelagodroma marina were caught, measured and ringed at Dyer Island, South Africa, in September and October 2001, respectively. The Flesh-footed Shearwater was the second record on land for Dyer Island, and the first to be ringed in southern Africa. The White-faced Storm Petrel was the fourth record for South Africa, the three earlier observations being sight records.

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