Casmerodius


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Oriental white storks black storks Ciconia nigra (Feng 2008) little egrets Egretta garzetta and great egret Casmerodius albus (Zhang et al.
El especifico tipico, quepo, de denominacion identica a la del generico, abarca a las especies Bubulcus ibis, Egretta thula, Casmerodius albus y a los ejemplares inmaduros de la especie Egretta caerulea.
Se constataron asimismo especies que frecuentan ambientes acuaticos (Nores & Izurieta, 1980), tales como Bubulcus ibis, Casmerodius albus, Syrigma sibilatrix y Vanellus chilensis, por la proximidad de los Banados del Rio Dulce y la Laguna de Mar Chiquita, ubicados entre 10 a 20 km hacia el Este.
ARDEIDAE - Real: Nycticorax nycticorax, Syrigma sibilatrix, Casmerodius alba; Null: Ardeola ibis, Butorides striatus, Egretta thula, Ardea cocoi.
I opened the file, and there before me was my bird, Casmerodius albus, or the great egret.
Num- Percent- Common name Scientific name ber age Great Egret Casmerodius albus 60 23.
Interestingly, early drafts of the line read, "Thinking: casmerodius albus, heron, white" (RPW Papers).
The other five species (in larval form) all mature in the piscivorous birds Casmerodius albus and Phalacrocorax olivaceus, found at Tres Palos Lagoon (data not included), and were thus classified as allogenic: C.
In the eastern United States, the inner edges of the estuarine shallows are also feeding areas for wading birds, particularly great blue herons, Ardea herodias; green herons, Butorides virescens; great egrets, Casmerodius albus; and snowy egrets, Egretta thula.
De manera complementaria, se recolectaron algunas aves ictiofagas utilizando arma de fuego, con el fin de obtener los estadios adultos de los trematodos encontrados en los peces, para efectuar su determinacion taxonomica: Casmerodius albus (Linneo, 1758) (n=dos), Fulica americana Gmelin, 1789 (n=tres), Nycticorax nycticorax (Linneo, 1758) (n= uno) y Anas americana Gmelin, 1789 (n=siete).
Bulbulcus ibis, Casmerodius albus (probably other piscivorous birds) Diplostomatidae Neascus sp.
Bird species with aquatic habits are very common and abundant, including egrets such as species of the genera Casmerodius, Egretta, Ardea, Tigrisoma, Botaurus, in addition to the wood-stork Mycteria americana, the maguari-stork Ciconia maguari and the jabiru Jabiru mycteria.
Bird species with aquatic habits are very common and abundant, including egrets such as species of the genera Casmerodius, Egretta, Ardea, Tigrisoma, Botaurus, in addition to the wood-stork Mycteria americana Linnaeus, 1758, the maguari-stork Ciconia maguari Gmelin, 1789 and the jabiru Jabiru mycteria Lichtenstein, 1819.
Casmerodius, Egretta and Pilherodius), three stork (Mycteria, Ciconia, and Jabiru), six ibis and spoonbill, and 5 species of kingfisher (Ceryle and Chloroceryle).