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a clown or buffoon (after the Harlequin character in the commedia dell'arte)

variegate with spots or marks

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Chrissy Cookson, a keen breeder and show exhibitor from Newtown in Mid Wales said: "I'm proud to be one of the founder members of the Welsh Harlequin Duck Society.
We radio-marked 34 female Harlequin Ducks and monitored them from their arrival in breeding areas (late Apr) until the majority of females had departed for wintering areas (early Aug).
The team focused their research on harlequin ducks as an example of such a species.
A raft of harlequin ducks, a mixture of brightly colored males and their duller female companions, was my reward that day 20 years ago.
While the DND has conducted surveys to identify concentrations of wildlife, no research has been conducted to explain how black ducks, peregrine falcons and Harlequin ducks or other wildlife may be affected, the review reports.
Among the most significant declines: Loon and scoter populations at oiled sites were 86 percent lower than expected and harlequin ducks 76 percent lower than expected.
Local Welsh Harlequin ducks will also feature while there will be opportunity to sample Tapas Llyn - Spanish tapas with a Welsh twist.
Beluga whales in the eastern Hudson Bay, harlequin ducks, short-eared owls and a unique population of landlocked salmon and over 80 rare plant species are also part of the territory's varied biodiversity.
True or False: Harlequin ducks do not attain full adult plumage until they are 2 years old.
Harlequin ducks are Oregon's only "anadromous" duck.
Only Barrow's golden-eyes and harlequin ducks migrate west to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
Harlequin ducks winter in the churning intertidal zone at the coast, then move inland to breed on turbulent mountain streams that mimic the crashing waters of their coastal environment.