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Synonyms for Philomachus

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Genetic polymorphism for alternative mating behaviour in lekking male ruff, Philomachus pugnax.
tricolor (Vieillot), Wilson's I R phalarope Philomachus pugnax (Linnaeus), I R ruff Scolopax minor Gmelin, American I O woodcock Tringa flavipes (Gmelin), lesser I O yellowlegs T.
querquedula), the ruff (Philomachus pugnax), the goshawk (Accipiter gentilis), and the peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus).
Lank of Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia, has added another species to that short list: the ruff, a migratory sandpiper (Philomachus pugnax) that travels throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa.
ptilocnemis), spoon-billed sandpiper (Eurynorhynchus pygmaeus) and ruff (Philomachus pugnax) at Koluchinskaya Bay, and semipalmated plover (Charadrius semipalmatus), Baird's sandpiper (Calidris bairdii) and semipalmated sandpiper at Barrow.
acuminata) Migration ([dagger]) ([section]) Ruff (Philomachus pugnax) Migration ([dagger]) ([double dagger]) Little gull (Larus minutus) Migration ([double dagger]) Black-headed gull# (L.
Typical birds of this group include the black-throated diver (Gavia arctica), pintail (Anas acuta), and ruff (Philomachus pugnax) as well as even more cosmopolitan species such as the peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus), short-eared owl (Asio flammeus) and raven (Corvus corax).
The first category includes the Asiatic species such as the Eurasian dotterel (Charadrius morinellus), red-necked stint (Calidris ruficollis), curlew sandpiper (Calidris ferruginea), and ruff (Philomachus pugnax), which occasionally cross the Bering Strait from Russia to breed in Alaska.
The ruff (Philomachus pugnax) is a breeder recorded in all but two of the visited sites.
~APX-TBL-END The two most important groups of migrants in this study are waders (ranging in size from the small phalaropes and Calidris species to the larger ruff Philomachus pugnax, plovers Pluvialis spp., and bar-tailed godwits Limosa lapponica) and skuas Stercorarius spp.