Mergus


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Related to Mergus: Mergus merganser, Mergus serrator
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The scaly-sided or Chinese merganser Mergus squamatus (the merganser) is regarded as an endangered species by the IUCN (red list of threatened species 2018-2) and listed in the first category of nationally protected wildlife species in China (Zheng and Wang, 1998; Liu et al., 2008; BirdLife International, 2018).
- The diving behavior of scaly- sided mergansers (Mergus squamatus) was studied in the Yihuang section of the Poyang Lake watershed, from December 2012 to March
perspicillata se registro exclusivamente a lo largo del canal principal, mientras que Mergus serrator y M.
En cuanto a las aves marinas, existen registros de cinco extinciones, todas ocurridas desde hace mas de 90 anos: el alca imperial (Pinguinus impennis), ave considerada como equivalente al pinguino en el hemisferio norte, desaparecio en 1844; el cormoran espectacular (Phalacrocorax perspicillatus), extinto en 1850; el pato de Labrador (Camptorhynchus labradorius), avistado por ultima vez en 1875; el pato de las Aucklands (Mergus australis), desaparecido en 1902; y el ostrero de las Islas Canarias (Haematopus meadewaldoi) que se extinguio en 1913.
Hinc sonorus aestuosae motionis Aqui el estruendoso batir de impetus las olas del mar ex ocello dormientis mite me quita el descanso de los demit otium ojos cuando duermo, nec sinit pausare noctu mergus y el ruidoso mergo me impide alte garrulus, descansar de noche, auribus fastidiosa delicatis deslizando en mis delicados inserens, oidos sus fastidiosos cantos, nec volentem decubare recreari y no me deja reposar cuando sustinet, quiero dormir, tristiore flexione dirae vocis molestando con el siniestro obstrepens.
King Mergus of Avornis, past his prime and having gone through six wives without producing a male heir, marries his pregnant concubine.
perspicillata (Linnaeus), surf N R scoter Mergus Merganser Linnaeus, common I O merganser M.
Less bizarre predators include cormorants (Phalacrocorax, Nannopterum), grebes (Podiceps, Aechmophorus, Podilymbus, Tachybaptus), and sawbills (Mergus), named for the serrated bills they use to clasp slippery fish.
wintering loons, Gavia sp.; and mergansers, Mergus sp.; and cormorants, Phalacrocorax sp.; most of the year (Martin et al., 1951).
Legal details for the seller were provided by Athan Mergus, Esq.
The following species were numerous on migration: Snow Goose (Chen caerulescens), Northern Pintail (Anas acuta), Oldsquaw (Clangula hyemalis), Red-breasted Merganser (Mergus serrator), and Sanderling (Calidris alba).
Mergus Merganser (buff-breasted merganser or sheldrake), common on lakes and rivers.
Sympatric Anseriformes in this river included: Scaly-sided Merganser (Mergus squamatus), Chinese Spot-billed Duck (Anas poecilorhyncha), Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos), and others (Shao et al., 2013).
Numerous avian piscivores such as the common merganser Mergus merganser, great blue heron Ardea herodias, bald eagle Haliaeelus leucocephalus, and osprey Pandion haliaetus, are found in Grand Canyon (Carothers and Brown, 1991) and are known to successfully forage on both nonnative and native fish (Brown and Trosset, 1989; Wasowicz and Yard, 1993; Rosenfeld et al., 2005).