Laridae


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Related to Laridae: Rallidae, Scolopacidae, Sturnidae, Seagulls
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This significant proportion can be explained by the municipal landfill, located within less than 300 m from urban colony of Laridae.
Among Laridae, Yellow-legged gull (Larus michahellis) has been experiencing demographic and geographic expansion since the middle of the last century in its natural habitat, particularly in the western Mediterranean Basin (Thibault et al.
La avifauna de la isla Pajaros durante el periodo de enero--junio se compuso de 24 especies de aves pertenecientes a 10 familias: Anatidae, Sulidae, Phalacrocoracidae, Fregatidae Pelecanidae, Ardeidae, Haematopodidae, Recurvirostridae, Scolopacidae y Laridae.
Numeros de Grupo ecologico especies en: Familias CHI JIR CAP Aves acuaticas 21 13 27 Phalacrocoracidae, Anhingidae, Ardeidae, Threskiomithidae, Anatidae, Pandionidae, Heliomithidae, Eurypygidae, Rallidae, Jacanidae, Charadriidae, Scolopacidae, Laridae, Alcedinidae Aves de caza 15 4 13 Tinamidae, Cracidae, Odonto horidae, Psophiidae Rapaces diurnas 16 11 15 Accipitridae, Falconidae Aves "aereas" 13 13 13 Cathartidae, Apodidae, Hirundinidae Aves nocturnas 8 8 9 Strigidae, Steatornithidae, Nyctibiidae, Caprimulgidae Aves nectarivoras 17 13 11 Trochilidae, Fam.
The population of black-legged kittiwakes may be lower for several areas of study, a situation not necessarily true amongst other Laridae such as the western gull.
solitaria Wilson, solitary I O sandpiper Tryngites subruficollis I R (Vieillot), buff-breasted sandpiper Family Laridae (jaegers, gulls, terns, and skimmers) Chlidonias leucopterus (Temminck), N R white-winged tern C.
Birds of the families Anatidae, Laridae, and Rallidae were included; these birds are known avian influenza virus carriers (14,15) (online Technical Appendix, https://www.
Within Laridae, the microscopic feather characters of downy barbs of birds within the genus Rissa (kittiwakes) and Stercorarius (skuas and jaegers) differ from the Larus ("white-headed" gulls) and could be ruled out as possible species used in the making of the pillow.
It is represented essentially by the Anatidae, the Rallidae, the Podicipedidae, the Phalacrocoracidae, the Ardeidae, the Threskiornithidae, the Coconiidae, the Accipteridae, the Pandionidae, the Recurvirostridae, the Charadriidae, the Alcedinidae, the Laridae, the Sterninae and the Scolopacidae [41, 44].