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   Larus (ross' gulls) 
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1.  Local and interannual variations in mercury and cadmium in eggs of eight seabird species of the Sinaloa coast, México.LinkIT
Ceyca JP, Castillo-Guerrero JA, García-Hernández J, Fernández G, Betancourt-Lozano M
Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 2016
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2.  Avian Bornaviruses in North American Gulls.LinkIT
Guo J, Tizard I, Baroch J, Shivaprasad HL, Payne SL
Journal of wildlife diseases, 2015
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3.  Gene expression, glutathione status, and indicators of hepatic oxidative stress in laughing gull (Larus atricilla) hatchlings exposed to methylmercury.LinkIT
Jenko K, Karouna-Renier NK, Hoffman DJ
Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 2012
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4.  A nonlethal microsampling technique to monitor the effects of mercury on wild bird eggs.LinkIT
Stebbins KR, Klimstra JD, Eagles-Smith CA, Ackerman JT, Heinz GH
Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 2009
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5.  Species differences in the sensitivity of avian embryos to methylmercury.LinkIT
Heinz GH, Hoffman DJ, Klimstra JD, Stebbins KR, Kondrad SL, Erwin CA
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 2009
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6.  Waterbirds (other than Laridae) nesting in the middle section of Laguna Cuyutlán, Colima, México.LinkIT
Mellink E, Riojas-López ME
Revista de biologia tropical, 2008
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7.  Susceptibility of North American ducks and gulls to H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses.LinkIT
Brown JD, Stallknecht DE, Beck JR, Suarez DL, Swayne DE
Emerging infectious diseases, 2006
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8.  Susceptibility of laughing gulls (Larus atricilla) to H5N1 and H5N3 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses.LinkIT
Perkins LE, Swayne DE
Avian diseases, 2003
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9.  Managing birds and controlling aircraft in the kennedy airport-jamaica bay wildlife refuge complex: the need for hard data and soft opinions.LinkIT
Brown KM, Erwin RM, Richmond ME, Buckley PA, Tanacredi JT, Avrin D
Environmental management, 2001
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10.  Diets of nesting laughing gulls (Larus atricilla) at the Virginia Coast Reserve: observations from stable isotope analysis.LinkIT
Knoff AJ, Macko SA, Erwin RM
Isotopes in environmental and health studies, 2001
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