Garrulus


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Synonyms for Garrulus

type genus of the Garrulinae: Old World jays

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The common barking gecko, Ptenopus garrulus occurs in western arid regions of southern Africa and ranges from little Karoo to Kruger National Park (Branch 1998).
Hinc sonorus aestuosae motionis Aqui el estruendoso batir de impetus las olas del mar ex ocello dormientis mite me quita el descanso de los demit otium ojos cuando duermo, nec sinit pausare noctu mergus y el ruidoso mergo me impide alte garrulus, descansar de noche, auribus fastidiosa delicatis deslizando en mis delicados inserens, oidos sus fastidiosos cantos, nec volentem decubare recreari y no me deja reposar cuando sustinet, quiero dormir, tristiore flexione dirae vocis molestando con el siniestro obstrepens.
garrulus (Linnaeus), Bohemian N R waxwing Family Parulidae (new world warblers) Dendroica caerulescens (Gmelin), I O black-throated blue warbler D.
Animals that are likely to be important dispersers of nuts in temperate Holarctic forests include rodents belonging to Sciurus, Spermophilus, Tamias, Apodemus, and Peromyscus, and corvids belonging to Garrulus, Cyanocitta, Aphelocoma, Nucifraga, and Corvus.
Non-territorial behaviour and habitat selection in the jay Garrulus glandarius in a Mediterranean coastal area during the reproductive period.
En ningun glosario del CGL uerbosus aparece como unica glosa de garrulus, pues siempre se encuentra en combinacion con otros sinonimos; en Gloss.
currucoides), Townsend's solitaire (Myadestes townsendi), and the American robin (Turdus migratorius), or members of the Bombycillidae family, such as the waxwings (Bombycilla garrulus and B.
It is a globally threatened species, the Roller, Coracias garrulus.
Stable or increasing populations of Tetrao tetrix, Caprimulgus europaeus, Coracias garrulus, Lullula arborea, Anthus campestris and red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio) breeding and/or foraging in habitat 2320, and of Tetrao tetrix, Grus grus, Tringa glareola and Caprimulgus europaeus in the bog habitat;
Despotic distribution, unequal reproductive success, and population regulation in the jay Garrulus glandarius L.