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Synonyms for Cuculus

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Narrow-front loop migration in a population of the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus, as revealed by satellite telemetry.
6 cm de diam., asymmetric; sepals green, oblong or orbicular to ovate, abaxial surface pilose, 7.5-8.5 X 4-6 mm; petals yellow, two external, oblong to ovate, 16-31 X 9-26 mm, two internal, oblong to obovate, 14-30 X 9-19 mm, cuculus orbicular, bent around the androecium and gynoecium, 17-25 X 11-20 mm; stamens yellow to vinaceous, 8-18 mm long; staminoids yellow, 4-5 mm long; ovary yellow, setulose, 16-28 mm long; style green, 3-5 mm long.
Common name Scientific Musanze Protected name city areas PNV Buhanga eco-park Common Sandpiper Actitis [check] hypoleucos European Merops apiaster [check] [check] Bee-eater Garden Warbler Sylvia borin [check] Lesser-spotted Aquila pomarina [check] Eagle Red-chested Cuculus [check] [check] Cuckoo solitarius Spotted Muscicapa [check] Flycatcher striata Willow Warbler Phylloscopus [check] trochilus TABLE 5: Exotic birds in Musanze city, PNV, and Buhanga eco-park.
In parts of Europe that have warmed since 1990, the common cuckoo, Cuculus canorus, appears to be shifting its laying away from species that don't migrate or that travel a short distance each year, says Anders Pape Moiler of the University of Paris South in Orsay.
These birds are in the subfamily Cuculidae in the genus Cuculus. They wait until another bird is preoccupied, then, with the coast clear, the Cuculi will lay an egg in the other bird's nest.
A3) warns that 'If a turtledove lets a cuckoo's bird ['cuculus' with one 'l'] into her nest, it will eventually kill the dove's family.
The nomads of the same region name khu yug rdza ril, "clay pot of khu yug (the cuckoo bird, Cuculus canorus), an orchid (Cypripedium machrantum, Litang) whose flower lip is similar to clay pots (rdza ril) traditionally employed in the area.
(18) Tucos is Isidore's word for the cuckoo but he adds that the Spanish call it ciculos, that is, cuculus. See Isidori Hispalensis Etymologiae sive originum libri XX, ed.
This unusual bird belongs the same family as the cuckoos (Cuculidae, the cuckoos, such as Cuculus and Clamator), but unlike its nonrunning relatives it is not a brood parasite.
The common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) has long intrigued poets and philosophers as a study in contradictions.(1) Myth and biological reality merge and diverge, forging cuckoo lore that is intriguing, mystifying, and powerful.
The growth of oysters parasitized by the fungus Dermocystidium marinum and the trematode Bucephalus cuculus. J.
"People make fun of such a fool, they call him names like cuckold": "Ridetur, cuculus, curruca, et quid non vocatur" (94, 421-22).
The growth of oysters parasitized by the fungus Dermocystidium marinum and by the nematode Bucephalus cuculus. J.