Upupa


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Synonyms for Upupa

type genus of the Upupidae

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###Upupidae###European Hoopoe Upupa epops###PM###LC###55###0.738949###0.062929###C
The European hoopoe, Upupa epops is specific regarding its foraging technique and bill morphology (Barbaro et al.
Felder, 1865) Cyanophrys pseudolongula (Clench, 1944) Apuecla upupa (H.H.
- 1 2 - 3 Prinia subflava - - - - - Spreo pulcher - - - - - Tchagra senegala 2 - 5 5 7 Tockus erythrorhynchus 4 8 6 3 2 Tockus nasutus - - 1 - 2 Turnix sylvatica - - - - - Upupa epops 1 - - - - Vanellus tectus 41 51 43 30 64 Total 868 1533 745 474 643 Number of days after treatment Scientific Name 6 9 12 15 18 nonacridivorous Anthus sp.
Thomas writes, "I have wanted to represent the range of kinds of poetic translation," and so he has given us everything from lineated trots to Lowell's imitations to Edwin Morgan's inspired Scots rendition of "Upupa": Peeweet, ye're a blithe-like birdie!
Lastly, we have the hoopoe (Upupa epops) with its predominantly earthy tones and outlandish call and appearance.
Mass BMR Species (g) (mL [O.sub.2][cdotp] [g.sup-1][cdotp][h.sup.-1]) Green Woodhoopoe Phoeniculus 79.7 1.53 purpureus Hoopoe Upupa epops 67.0 1.48 European Bee-eater Merops 57.5 1.33 apiaster Blue-throated Bee-eater Merops 33.8 1.57 viridis River Kingfisher Alcedo atthis 34.3 1.98 Puerto Rican Tody Todus mexi- 6.3 [ss] 3.24 canus Percent [T.sub.b] [++] Species predicted [+] ([degrees]C) Green Woodhoopoe Phoeniculus 125 39.6 purpureus [cdotp] Hoopoe Upupa epops 113 European Bee-eater Merops 98 40.6 apiaster Blue-throated Bee-eater Merops 100 [cdotp] viridis River Kingfisher Alcedo atthis 126 [cdotp] Puerto Rican Tody Todus mexi- 133 36.7 canus Species Reference Green Woodhoopoe Phoeniculus Williams et al.
The final term to be discussed, daisheng, actually refers to the hoopoe (Upupa epops).
smyrnensis, Todiramphus sanctus and Upupa epops) were available (Pacheco et al., 2010; Park et al., 2015a, b; Pratt et al., 2009; Qu et al., 2016; Zou et al., 2014) in the order Coraciiformes, which comprises over 250 species (Biokids, 2016).
WANNA 16 POERA 1 CABRA 2 OLIVA 26 AMORE 7 MURRI 16 AHEIM 7 OERIS 6 APIOS 12 BISON 27 JOHAN 31 BRYAN 7 NENGO 10 EROSA 18 BIMBA 7 AVONG 28 ORANG 6 ORANG 6 NIGER 30 RISEN 7 ROBIN 7 HANGA 29 RENGA 17 LINGO 2 AMORE 7 ASANA 32 ASANA 32 LABBA 33 UPUPA 34 BUNDA 16 BUDGE 36 OHGOB 7 FRANK 24 ARIUS 21 PARAN 3 UNION 7 UNION 7 HAUER 1 RONGA 39 BILLA 16 URANG 6 NIANG 35 DIVES 37 GUALA 38 ANDOL 28 BULAN 2 PANGI 6 DONGI 21 GOELI 1 OELAN 5 NGOTA 40 ASANA 32 ANGIN 6 ANGIN 6 ENSIS 11 BRANG 5 KALAN 10 NGIRU 17 TALKY 12 BURRO 43 MORRO 36 BONGA 33 TOMBA 29 GALAN 3 AJAIA ?
Twelve bird species showed the lowest relative abundances, each observed only once (0.01% each) in River habitat (Ardeola bacchus, Buteo hemilasius, Fulica atra, Tringa nebularia, Megaceryle lugubris, Upupa epops, Motacilla cinerea, Lanius cristatus, Oriolus chinensis, Copsychus saularis, Chaimarrornis leucocephalus and Cettia fortipes) (Table I).