Phoenicurus


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  • noun

Synonyms for Phoenicurus

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marginatum ticks collected, by stage Larvae Nymphs A Erythropygia galactotes (1) 2 FE Phoenicurus phoenicurus (1) 6 FE B E.
phoenicurus calling at different locations in low, wet areas along the airstrip and in the vicinity of the settlement.
phoenicurus as there are no other rallids on the atoll and no other species with which it is likely to be confused.
phoenicurus was not seen on Ifaluk until the early-to-mid-1980s, by which time it was already well established on Woleai.
Amaurornis phoenicurus is resident year-round throughout most of its breeding range, but northern birds are migratory and winter as far south as Sumatra, and as far west as the Arabian Peninsula (Taylor 1996).
phoenicurus on Christmas Island (Carter 1994), and the waterhen probably became established as a resident breeder on Cocos (Keeling) Islands sometime between the late 1990s and 2004 (Johnstone and Darnell 2004, Dooley 2005, Reid and Hill 2005, Hadden 2006).
phoenicurus in the Philippines, but more likely from migratory northeast Asian birds that strayed east from their usual migratory path.
phoenicurus at the American Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of Natural History, respectively; Ellisa Siyaneral and Julian Yangerelyaro for obtaining the first specimen of A.
Accidental flight of Amaurornis phoenicurus to Kamchatka.
First record of White-breasted Waterhen Amaurornis phoenicurus in Saudi Arabia.
Range expansion of White-breasted Waterhen, Amaurornis phoenicurus, into Japan and its colonization.