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Title: Influence of loggerhead egg agregation on survival: why does single eggs buried into natural sand dye in few days?
Authors: Domínguez, Jara
Marco, Adolfo
García Cerdá, Rosa María
Abella Pérez, Elena
Vieira, Sara
López-Jurado, Luis Felipe 
UNESCO Clasification: 24 Ciencias de la vida
2401 Biología animal (zoología)
240116 Herpetología
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: The incubation is an essential life period for oviparous species that very often experiences a high mortality. In some reptile species the number of eggs that develop together in the incubation chamber affects survival and hatchling phenotype. Sea turtle eggs develop in underground locations on sandy beaches in large masses that usually have more than 80 eggs. Natural egg mortality seems to vary among species and for the sensitive leatherbacks, external eggs seems to survive better than internal ones within the nest.</p>
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/17560
Source: <p>31st ISTS Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, San Diego, California, USA. 2011. Pag 35-36</p>
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