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Noun1.Caprimulgus - type genus of the CaprimulgidaeCaprimulgus - type genus of the Caprimulgidae  
bird genus - a genus of birds
Caprimulgus carolinensis, chuck-will's-widow - large whippoorwill-like bird of the southern United States
Caprimulgus vociferus, whippoorwill - American nocturnal goatsucker with grey-and-white plumage
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Key words: polyomavirus, polymerase chain reaction, sequence analyses, avian, nightjars, Caprimulgus europaeus
He was already interested in the flora and fauna of Australia and when Leichhardt visited the Calvert brothers' bush hut at Redhead, James presented him with a Caprimulgus albogularis (white-throated goat-sucker) to dissect (4).
Increase in biodiversity and its evaluation through the monitoring of Syrph Diptera (insect biodiversity indexes) as well as the creation of an index on avian species such as Lanius collurio, Caprimulgus europaeus and Emberiza hortulana;
otus (Linnaeus), long-eared I R owl Athene cunicularia (Molina), W R burrowing owl Bubo virginianus (Gmelin), great I C horned owl Nyctea scandiaca (Linnaeus), snow N R owl Otus asio (Linnaeus), eastern I C screech-owl Strix varia Barton, barred owl I O Order Caprimulgiformes goatsuckers, oilbirds, and allies) Family Caprimulgidae (goatsuckers) Caprimulgus carolinensis Gmelin, S R chuck-will's-widow C.
The globally near-threatened Bonaparte's Nightjar Caprimulgus concretus was taperecorded in April 1994 (van Balen 1996).
Breeding biology of the Red-necked Nightjar Caprimulgus ruficollis in southern Spain.
Stable or increasing populations of Tetrao tetrix, Caprimulgus europaeus, Coracias garrulus, Lullula arborea, Anthus campestris and red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio) breeding and/or foraging in habitat 2320, and of Tetrao tetrix, Grus grus, Tringa glareola and Caprimulgus europaeus in the bog habitat;
All eight species of Caprimulgus nightjars that occur in continental India need to be mentioned in the 'main confusion species' sections of each other as potential problems.