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Peruvian tern - View amazing Peruvian tern photos - Sterna lorata - on Arkive. Reference for: Sterna lorata. Source: Zoonomen - Zoological Nomenclature Resource, website (version ). Acquired: Notes: Alan P. Peterson;. Reference for: Sterna lorata. Source: Zoonomen - Zoological Nomenclature Resource, website (version ). Acquired: Notes: Alan P. Peterson;.
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A phylogenetic framework for the terns Sternini inferred from mtDNA sequences: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution Google Scholar Clode, D. Trends in Ecology sterna lorata Evolution 8: Colonial breeding in seabirds.
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Pages in Biology of Marine Birds E. Google Scholar Crawford, R. Comparison of assemblages sterna lorata some life-history traits of seabirds in the Humboldt and Benguela systems.
African Journal of Marine Science The evolution of coloniality: Trends in Sterna lorata and Evolution Breeding adaptations of the Damara Tern Sterna balaenarum. Google Scholar Gochfeld, M.
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Uplist the conservation status in Peru from Vulnerable to Endangered and include monthly evaluations for the presence of terns in any project for the construction of roads or other sterna lorata in coastal desert plains up to 5 km inland. Protect known colonies from habitat sterna lorata, disturbance and pollution.
Downloaded on 05 October Some birds nest on beaches and dunes one to two hundred metres inland from the high tide mark, but others nest one or more kilometres inland on sandy plains. After breeding, the birds leave the coast sterna lorata may move out to sea.
The number seems to be declining, and in it was suggested that there were only half as many birds as there had been ten years earlier. Because of the small population size and the decrease sterna lorata numbers of individuals, BirdLife International has assessed the bird's conservation sterna lorata as being " endangered ".
Off-road vehicles have also led to increased access, and therefore disturbance, to previously inaccessible breeding areas.