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1990 AAZPA Penguin Workshop
Sacramento, CA - 1990

Aspergillosus Biologic Treatment in Fungus Diseases
Patricia Stoddard - Williamette Laboratories

Avian Malaria
Mike Cranfield, DVM, Fred Beall, Mary Skjoldager, and Donna Ialeggio, DVM
Baltimore Zoo

The Effects of Diet and Feeding Regimen on Growth Rates of Magellanic Penguins (Spheniscus magellanicus)
Nancy Anne Schofield - San Francisco Zoological Gardens

Field Studies of Spheniscus Penguins
David Cameron Duffy - University of Georgia

Handrearing Guidelines for the Humboldt Penguin (Spheniscus humboldti) with Special Emphasis on Common Handrearing Concerns
Linda M. Henry and Frank Twohy - Sea World California

Molt Patterns of Black-footed Penguins (Spheniscus demersus) at Batimore Zoo
Kathy Bennett - San Francisco Zoo

Spheniscus Penguins: An Overview of the World Captive Population
Cynthia A. Cheney - Washington Park Zoo

Spheniscus Penguins: Workshop on Field Studies and Captive Management
Edited by: Patricia A. MacGill - Chicago Zoological Society

Patterns of Incubation Behavior in Captive-housed Adelie Penguins: Implications for Long-term Penguin Breeding Programs
Sue Ellis-Joseph, Ph.D. - Minnesota Zoological Garden

Supplements Available and Nutrient Content of Fish Fed to Humboldt Penguins
Susan D. Crissey, Ph.D. - Chicago Zoological Society