Pyrrhula pyrrhula

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Synonyms for Pyrrhula pyrrhula

common European finch mostly black and white with red throat and breast

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Falco vespertinus, Pernis apivorus, Pyrrhula pyrrhula observed during the present study have also been reported by Baskaya (1994), Sterna albifrons only by Ayvaz (1991), Aythya nyroca by Adizel (1998) and Ayvaz (1993), and Numenius arquata by Ayvaz (1993).
The farmland multispecies index was most concordant with the indices of Pica pica, Columba palumbus, Hirundo rustica, Turdus pilaris, Corvus corone, and Tringa totanus ([r.sub.s] = 0.39-0.53, n = 28 years, p < 0.05); in the woodland index the most similarly co-varying species were Turdus merula, Sitta europaea, Dryocopus martius, Dendrocopos major, Garrulus glandarius, Pyrrhula pyrrhula, Certhia familiaris, Troglodytes troglodytes, Corvus corax, Erithacus rubecula, and Regulus regulus ([r.sub.s] = 0.38-0.74, n = 28 years, p < 0.05).
Latin name: Pyrrhula pyrrhula Family: Finches (Fringillidae) Overview: The male is unmistakable with his bright pinkish-red breast and cheeks, grey back, black cap and tail, and bright white rump.
A ddoe ddwytha, mi welais goch y berllan (Pyrrhula pyrrhula; bullfinch) yn y gwrych gyferbyn a ffenestr y gegin.
Famlientradition in der Gesangsentwicklung des Gimpels (Pyrrhula pyrrhula L.).
philomelus) Bullfinch 2/27 (7.4) 2 (Pyrrhula pyrrhula) Total 73/2,986 (2.4) 165 0/51 Ehrlichia DNA detected by PCR of ticks examined Bird species (a) No.