Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals

Jeglinski J, Goetz KT, Werner C, Costa DP, Trillmich F (2013)
Journal of Animal Ecology 82(3): 694-706.

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Jeglinski J, Goetz KT, Werner C, Costa DP, Trillmich F. Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2013;82(3):694-706.
Jeglinski, J., Goetz, K. T., Werner, C., Costa, D. P., & Trillmich, F. (2013). Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology, 82(3), 694-706. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12019
Jeglinski, J., Goetz, K. T., Werner, C., Costa, D. P., and Trillmich, F. (2013). Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology 82, 694-706.
Jeglinski, J., et al., 2013. Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology, 82(3), p 694-706.
J. Jeglinski, et al., “Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals”, Journal of Animal Ecology, vol. 82, 2013, pp. 694-706.
Jeglinski, J., Goetz, K.T., Werner, C., Costa, D.P., Trillmich, F.: Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology. 82, 694-706 (2013).
Jeglinski, Jana, Goetz, Kimberley T., Werner, Christiane, Costa, Daniel P., and Trillmich, Fritz. “Same size - same niche? Foraging niche separation between sympatric juvenile Galapagos sea lions and adult Galapagos fur seals”. Journal of Animal Ecology 82.3 (2013): 694-706.
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