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nigritus) by ocelots has been reported in FMAR by Bianchi and Mendes (2007).
Lynch and Rimoli (2000) also found higher mortality rates for infant capuchin monkeys in FMAR than in other areas.
Assuming that the muriqui population in FMAR is around 300 individuals (Strier, 2010), and considering that our study spanned approximately one year, our conservative estimate of 1-5 muriquis killed/year would indicate an annual predation rate, by felids alone, of 0.3-1.7% of the local muriqui population.
1st Mariner Bancorp (NASDAQ: FMAR), the parent company of 1st Mariner Bank, has reported a pre-tax net loss of USD11m for the second quarter of 2011, compared to a pre tax net loss of USD8.5m for the second quarter of 2010.
First Mariner Bancorp (NASDAQ: FMAR), parent company of First Mariner Bank, has said that it has completed the sale of USD10.9m, or 9,503,736 shares.
First Mariner Bancorp (NASDAQ: FMAR) has said that it has completed the acquisition of outstanding trust preferred debt securities with a total liquidation amount of USD20m in exchange for common stock valued at USD2m, and a warrant to acquire common stock.
First Mariner Bancorp (NASDAQ: FMAR) is the parent company of First Mariner Bank, which operates 23 community oriented branches throughout central Maryland, in the eastern shore as well as one branch in Pennsylvania.
First Mariner Bancorp (NASDAQ: FMAR) has entered into an agreement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) under which its subsidiary, First Mariner Bank, will pay up to USD1m.
They travelled to Devon Island, a 45-minute plane ride northeast of Resolute Bay, to take part in the 2002 field season of the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station, or FMARS. Organized by the Mars Society, FMARS is a simulated mission to Mars.
Robert Zubrin, founder of the Mars Society, and a member of this summer's FMARS crew.
To make it a true Mars simulation, crew worked under similar conditions as they would expect to experience on Mars, including having to wear space suits for all excursions outside of the FMARS habitat.
The project, the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) run by the Mars Society, sees Emily and five other crew members working in the Mars-like polar desert of Canada's Devon Island.