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Record #154056:

Bacular size, growth, and allometry in the largest extant otariid, the Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) / Edward H. Miller, Kenneth W. Pitcher, Thomas R. Loughlin.

Title: Bacular size, growth, and allometry in the largest extant otariid, the Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) / Edward H. Miller, Kenneth W. Pitcher, Thomas R. Loughlin.
Author(s): Miller, Edward H.
Pitcher, Kenneth W.
Loughlin, Thomas R.
Date: 2000.
In: Journal of Mammalogy. (2000.), Vol. 81(1) (2000)
Abstract: Reports study of baculum of Eumetopias jubatus, comparing its growth and relative size with other otariids. Baculum found to be of similar length relative to body length in other adult otariids but about twice density, presumably to increase strength.
Notes:

Journal of Mammalogy. Vol. 81(1) :134-144 (2000).

Keywords: 59 -- Zoology.
599(26) -- Sea mammals.
599.745.1 -- Otaridae: Eumetopias jubatus.
591.4 -- Animal anatomy.
591.16 -- Animal reproduction.
H6 -- Zoology: mammals.
(*66) -- North Pacific Ocean.
(*49) -- Alaska.
SPRI record no.: 154056

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