Java sparrow

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Synonyms for Java sparrow

small finch-like Indonesian weaverbird that frequents rice fields

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In the finch, (30) Java sparrow, (29) and canary (31) no clinical signs were reported other than cervical swelling.
A preliminary survey indicated that Cryptosporidium could infect white Java sparrows (Lonchura oryzivora) [12], but the number of sampled birds is too small (n = 25), which may not reflect the actual prevalence of Cryptosporidium in this bird.
Seed selection in the Java Sparrow (Padda oryzi vora): preference and mechanical constraint.
Long-term management of thymic lymphoma in a Java sparrow (Lonchura oryzivora).
Surgical excision was described in a Java sparrow that survived at least 4 months after removal of the neoplasia.
A 25-g, 4-year-old Java sparrow (Lonchura oryzivora) was presented for examination of a cervical mass.
Treatment of thymomas in avian species has largely been unrewarding except for one report of a surgical excision in a Java sparrow with a small mass (1.5 x 2.0 cm) that was not infiltrating surrounding tissue.
'A pair of Java sparrows or quails can set you back by Rs2,000,' said a purveyor of birds.
He said that the department's team seized 700 Australian bajri, fisher birds, cocktails parrots, java sparrows and black masked love birds from a passenger bus bound for Peshawar from Karachi.
The venue also houses an aviary, which is home to diamond doves, java sparrows and canaries, as well as accommodating rabbits and guinea pigs.
It also houses an aviary, which is home to species including diamond doves, java sparrows and canaries, as well as accommodating smaller animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs.
Some of these include the Yellowcrested Cockatoo of East Timor and Indonesia, Macaws, African Grey Parrot and Java Sparrows. All these birds are readily available for sale in the country.
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