Tyto alba


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mottled buff and white owl often inhabiting barns and other structures

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Modeling the impact of road mortality on barn owl Tyto alba populations using age-structured models.--Ecol.
Use of propofol for induction and maintenance of anesthesia in a barn owl (Tyto alba) undergoing tracheal resection.
Trophicniche relationships among Galictis cuja, Dusicyon culpaeus, and Tyto alba in central Chile.
Differential predation of size and sex class of mice by the barn owl, Tyto alba. Oikos, 62:67-76.
Localidad de estudio Especie Bosque Popular El Ecoparque Alcazares Prado Asio stygius -- 0,10 [+ o -] 0,08 Megascops choliba 0,84 [+ o -] 0,19 -- Ciccaba virgata 0,03 [+ o -] 0,07 0,74 [+ o -] 0,13 Tyto alba 0,03 [+ o -] 0,07 -- Localidad de estudio Especie La Esmeralda Recinto del Pensamiento Asio stygius 0,37 [+ o -] 0,07 0,24 [+ o -] 0,13 Megascops choliba 0,19 [+ o -] 0,12 0,15 [+ o -] 0,12 Ciccaba virgata 0,02 [+ o -] 0,04 0,37 [+ o -] 0,11 Tyto alba 0,02 [+ o -] 0,04 0,05 [+ o -] 0,10 Tabla 2.
(Analgoidea, Xolalgidae) from the barn owl Tyto alba (Strigiformes, Tytonidae): compiling morphology with DNA barcode data for taxon descriptions in mites (Acari).
1993, 1994), y posiblemente el halcon cola roja (Buteo jamaicensis socorroensis) y la lechuza (Tyto alba) (Jehl & Parkes 1982).
69 EFFECT OF THE CAMARILLO SPRINGS FIRE ON TYTO ALBA (BARN OWL) DIET AND OCCUPANCY ACROSS CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS CAMPUS
The possible reasons for reproductive failure on successful nesting trees were the presence of rodents (Rattus rattus) and raptor species (Barn Owl Tyto alba, Crested Eagle Morphnus guianensis) in the study area.
Relations trophiques entre les trois predateurs Atelerix algirus, Tyto alba et Corvus corax dans la region de Guelt-es-Stel (Djelfa).
To speak of the sector's rebound would be too early," Lolita Varanaviciene, president of Lithuania's Publisher Association (LPA) and director of Tyto Alba, a publishing house, was quoted as saying in the fair.
The birds infested were: Buteo jamaicensis (7/12), Parabuteo unicinctus (2/12), Buteo swainsoni (1/12), Caracara cheriway (1/12) and Tyto alba (1/12) (Table 1).