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- transequatorial propagation (tep): discovered in 1947, transequatorial spread-f (te) propagation makes it possible for reception of
- all species are accomplished long-distance foragers, and many undertake long trans-equatorial migrations . they are colonial breeders ,
- it is a transequatorial migrant , breeding in new zealand and some of the lesser islands, then moving to the bering sea , concentrating
- it is a transequatorial migrant, moving toward subarctic waters of the pacific after raising its young. it is fairly common well off the
- it is a transequatorial migrant, finding its way to subtropical waters off ****an before returning to its nesting sites. it has been
- date december 2010 lat 0 file:equator and prime meridian. svg , nations or territories that touch the equator (red) or the iers reference
- long distance communications 50 miles and beyond: trans-equatorial propagation: trans-equatorial propagation also known as (tep) is a regular
- some species undertake regular trans-equatorial migrations, such as the sooty shearwater which annually migrates from its breeding
- even during solar minimum, f2 openings often occur on transequatorial paths , for example between europe and southern africa or between
- antitropical subgenus goniistius (perciformes: cheilodactylidae: cheilodactylus): evidence for multiple transequatorial divergences and non-monophyly.