Browsing Research Articles (Mammal Research Institute) by UP Author "Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory)"

Browsing Research Articles (Mammal Research Institute) by UP Author "Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory)"

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  • Best, Peter B.; Meyer, M.A.; Thornton, Meredith; Kotze, P.G.H.; Seakamela, S.M.; Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory); Wintner, S.; Weland, C.D.; Steinke, D. (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
    Killer whales Orcinus orca occur worldwide in a number of morphotypes that differ in size, pigmentation, acoustic behaviour, food type and genetics – some may indeed warrant subspecific or even specific status. Until ...
  • Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory); Bester, Marthan Nieuwoudt; Kirkman, Steve P. (Stephen Patrick); Lydersen, Christian; Kovacs, Kit M., 1956- (Springer, 2010-06)
    Intraspecific differences in the diets of many species of pinnipeds are to be expected in view of the great differences in morphology, life history and foraging behaviour between the sexes of many species. We examined the ...
  • Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory); Bester, Marthan Nieuwoudt; Pistorius, Pierre Anton; Mulaudzi, Tambu W.; De Bruyn, P.J. Nico; Ramunasi, Justice A.; Tshithabane, Hendrik N.; McIntyre, Trevor; Radzilani, Phathu M. (Southern African Wildlife Management Association, 2007)
    Modelling fur seal populations requires the accurate assessment of demographic parameters such as age-specific mortality. Owing to the highly variable mortality rates that pups are subject to, mortality of this age class ...
  • Lowther, Andrew D.; Lydersen, Christian; Biuw, Martin; De Bruyn, P.J. Nico; Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory); Kovacs, Kit M. (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
    At-sea behaviour of central-place foraging fur seals and penguins in the Southern Ocean is understudied during the latter stages of parental care and the subsequent pre-moulting period. This biologically important period ...
  • Hofmeyr, G.J. Greg (Gordon John Gregory); Amir, Omar A. (Zoological Society of Southern Africa, 2010-04)
    An immature Subantarctic fur seal was sighted on Unguja Island, Zanzibar, Tanzania, in 2008. This is the most northerly record of a vagrant of this species. The nearest breeding colony is on the Prince Edward Islands, ...