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Juvenile loggerheads from Lampedusa Island, Italy

A project of Islameta Group, Dept. of Biology - University of Pisa in conjunction with the partners and sponsors detailed below.

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NameSpeciesLife StageRelease DateLast LocationDays Transmitted
Aphrodite LoggerheadJuvenile2007-03-062007-08-29176
Esaco LoggerheadJuvenile2007-03-062007-09-23201
Union LoggerheadJuvenile2007-03-252007-07-28125

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Introduction

Lampedusa is an island located on the northern edge of the Gulf of Gabés, one of the most important foraging grounds for both adult and juvenile loggerheads living in the Mediterraneans Sea. This project aims at investigating the movements of the neritic-stage juvenile turtles in this area.

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