Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator

Jeglinski JWE, Wolf JBW, Werner C, Costa DP, Trillmich F (2015)
Oecologia 179(4): 1041-1052.

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Jeglinski JWE, Wolf JBW, Werner C, Costa DP, Trillmich F. Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator. Oecologia. 2015;179(4):1041-1052.
Jeglinski, J. W. E., Wolf, J. B. W., Werner, C., Costa, D. P., & Trillmich, F. (2015). Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator. Oecologia, 179(4), 1041-1052. doi:10.1007/s00442-015-3424-1
Jeglinski, J. W. E., Wolf, J. B. W., Werner, C., Costa, D. P., and Trillmich, F. (2015). Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator. Oecologia 179, 1041-1052.
Jeglinski, J.W.E., et al., 2015. Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator. Oecologia, 179(4), p 1041-1052.
J.W.E. Jeglinski, et al., “Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator”, Oecologia, vol. 179, 2015, pp. 1041-1052.
Jeglinski, J.W.E., Wolf, J.B.W., Werner, C., Costa, D.P., Trillmich, F.: Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator. Oecologia. 179, 1041-1052 (2015).
Jeglinski, Jana W. E., Wolf, Jochen B. W., Werner, Christiane, Costa, Daniel P., and Trillmich, Fritz. “Differences in foraging ecology align with genetically divergent ecotypes of a highly mobile marine top predator”. Oecologia 179.4 (2015): 1041-1052.
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