Articles by Author: Patrick E Hulley

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  1. Primary wing-moult and site fidelity in South African mousebirds (Coliidae)

    Primary wing-moult and site fidelity in South African mousebirds (Coliidae)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Based on large samples of birds mist-netted in the Eastern Cape and the Western Cape, moult of the primary remiges in both Speckled Mousebirds Colius striatus and Red-faced Mousebirds Urocolius indicus occurred throughout the year with no regional or seasonal...
  2. Comparative perch selection in Southern Fiscal <em>Lanius collaris</em> and Fiscal Flycatcher <em>Sigelus silens</em> at Amakhala Game Reserve, South Africa

    Comparative perch selection in Southern Fiscal <em>Lanius collaris</em> and Fiscal Flycatcher <em>Sigelus silens</em> at Amakhala Game Reserve, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    The Southern Fiscal Lanius collaris and the Fiscal Flycatcher Sigelus silens are common, widespread and sympatric in much of southern Africa. They are similar in plumage and ecology, which may predispose them to competition and interspecific territorial aggression but this...
  3. Montane forest birds in winter: do they regularly move to lower altitudes? Observations from the Eastern Cape, South Africa

    Montane forest birds in winter: do they regularly move to lower altitudes? Observations from the Eastern Cape, South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Seasonal altitudinal migration to lower altitudes including the coast has been ascribed to a number of forest birds, of which 14 species occur at Fort Fordyce Reserve in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Based on our observations and ringing at...
  4. Jul'hoan orthography in practice

    Jul'hoan orthography in practice

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    This article is an exposition of a new Jul'hoan orthography which has been taught to Jul'hoansi in Bushmanland, Namibia, and which has been found suitable for practical writing and reading. The inadequacies of the two previous ‘official’ and as yet,...
  5. Genetic and morphological variation of the lanternfish <em>Lampanyctodes hectoris</em> (Myctophiformes: Myctophidae) off southern Africa

    Genetic and morphological variation of the lanternfish <em>Lampanyctodes hectoris</em> (Myctophiformes: Myctophidae) off southern Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Marine Science
    Genetic and morphological variation within the southern African population of Lampanyctodes hectoris was analysed. A total of 15 enzymes, encoding 22 isozyme loci, was examined (n = 327); seven were polymorphic. The percentage of polymorphic loci ranged from 13.6 to...
  6. Mesopelagic fish derivatives in the southern Benguela upwelling region

    Mesopelagic fish derivatives in the southern Benguela upwelling region

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Marine Science
    Discussion of mesopelagic fish within the southern Benguela system necessitates recognition of both oceanic and neritic realms, demarcated by the continental shelf-break. In the eastern South Atlantic (FAO Area 47), the stock size of two oceanic, mesopelagic families (Myctophidae, Sternoptychidae)...
  7. BIOLOGY OF THE TRISTAN THRUSH <em>NESOCICHLA EREMITA</em>

    BIOLOGY OF THE TRISTAN THRUSH <em>NESOCICHLA EREMITA</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    M.W. Fraser, P.G. Ryan, W.R.J. Dean, D.J. Briggs, & C.L. Moloney 1994. The biology of the Tristan Thrush Nesocichla eremita. Ostrich 65:14-25.