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Dr. Bryan Milstead

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News: May 2007 Archives
www.savegalapagos.org, 1 May 2007 [cached]
Bryan Milstead, CDF's Head of Vertebrates said introduced rodents are having strong detrimental effects on biodiversity both in the Galapagos and elsewhere.
Galapagos.org : Stop the Rat Problem in Galapagos: Experts plan first steps to eradicate introduced rodents
www.galapagos.org [cached]
Bryan Milstead, CDF's Head of Vertebrates, said introduced rodents are having strong detrimental effects on biodiversity both in the Galapagos and elsewhere.
MND: » Happy Birthday Methuselah: South Dakota’s Oldest Resident Turns 125
mensnewsdaily.com, 27 June 2006 [cached]
According to Bryan Milstead, the answer is a resounding "yes."Milstead heads the Vertebrate Ecology Section at the Charles Darwin Research Station in the Galapagos Islands, off the coast of Ecuador."I think it's clearly an impressive feat for any vertebrate to live to be this age," he says, "but for a Galapagos tortoise, this is pretty exciting.
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The fact that tortoises have been on the planet for about 100,000,000 years, adds Dr. Milstead, combined with their astounding longevity, makes them individual scientific treasures that can actually be shared by multiple generations.
"Many people like the idea of ...
www.coloradoherpetologicalsociety.org, 20 Mar 2008 [cached]
"Many people like the idea of a pure Galapagos, the idea of finding a mate for Lonesome George and repopulating Pinta with pure-bred tortoises," says Bryan Milstead, head of vertebrate research at the CDRS.
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This should allow scientists to track the movements of each one, says Milstead, giving a unique insight into how tortoises colonise a new island and their impact on the vegetation.
The release was pencilled in for the first half of this year.
British Chelonia Group: Lonesome George
britishcheloniagroup.org.uk, 8 May 2008 [cached]
According to Bryan Milstead, head of vertebrate research at the Charles Darwin Reasearch Center (CDRS) 'There is an urgent need to manage the ecosystem properly, it is a tortoise-dominated, tortoise-evolved landscape'
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