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Synonyms for Falconidae

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Species Date Locality Cathartidae Coragyps atratus Feb 2004 Contulmo, Biobio Region Falconidae Milvago Jul 2003 Canete, Biobio Region chimango M.
Falconidae was disappointing at Chepstow but is worth another chance.
Isolation and molecular characterization of a highly polymorphic centromeric tandem repeat in the family Falconidae.
Key words: aspergillosis, serum protein electrophoresis, high-resolution agarose gel, prealbumin, avian, falcons, Falto species, Falconidae
At Chepstow, Falconidae is worth considering for the Offa's Dyke Handicap (3.
Segunda parte (Aves: Falconidae, Scolopacidae, Thinocoridae, Columbidae, Psittacidae, Strigidae, Caprimulgidae, Apodidae, Furnariidae, Rhinocryptidae y Tyrannidae).
A complete ophthalmic examination was performed, and IOP was assessed in 2 positions, upright and dorsal recumbency, in 237 birds belonging to the families Accipitridae, Falconidae, Strigidae, and Tytonidae.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the usefulness of the VecTest for detecting WNV in oropharyngeal and cloacal swabs from North American owls (family Strigidae) and raptors (families Falconidae, Accipitridae, Pandionidae).
100-30-and one of Shadow Prince, Falconidae or Rushmore looks likely to carry on the tradition.
Shadow Prince and Falconidae, who between them take out a large proportion of the book, are both improving three-year-olds who cannot be opposed lightly, but at these prices there is no doubt the real value lies elsewhere.
Birds that utilize forest into which chickens roam and that have ecologic behaviors that might put them at risk of coming into contact with poultry and poultry feces include ground birds (or those that spend a significant amount of time on the ground), such as Tynamidae (tinamous), Columbidae (pigeons and doves), Thamnophilidae (antbirds, antshrikes), Caprimulgidae (nightjars and nighthawks), Furnariidae (foliage gleaners and leaf tossers), Formicaridae (antpittas), Emberizidae (finches and grassquits), or Turdidae (thrushes), and birds that might either consume chickens or aggregate near foodstuff consumed by chickens, such as Cathartidae (vultures), some members of Accipitridae and Falconidae (hawks, eagles, falcons), Cracidae (guans), and Odontophoridae (quails).