The loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta, in Queensland: breeding migrations and fidelity to a warm temperate feeding area
Tagging-recapture and satellite telemetry studies were used to describe the breeding migrations of 15 adult female loggerhead turtles, Caretta caretta, from feeding areas in seagrass habitats of Moreton Bay, Queensland, in subtropical eastern Australia. The females migrated to nesting beaches throughout the breeding range of the species in eastern Australia and New Caledonia, and returned to the same feeding area on the completion of the breeding migration. These turtles displayed a comparable high fidelity to both their respective feeding areas and nesting beaches during breeding migrations. Adult female C. caretta may be imprinted to their respective feeding areas during completion of immature growth. Source: Chelonian Conservation Biology (abstract)
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Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
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Limpus CJ, Limpus DJ (2001) The loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta, in Queensland: breeding migrations and fidelity to a warm temperate feeding area. Chelonian Conserv Biol 4:142–153
SeaWorld Research and Rescue Foundation, Gordon Anderson, Environment Australia
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