Alcids have a unique suite of microscopic characters that separates them from all other families within Charadriiformes
Lymphoma has been described in birds in the orders Anseriformes, Charadriiformes
, Columbiformes, Ciconiiformes, Galliformes, Passeriformes, Psittaciformes, Strigiformes, Sphenisciformes, Pelecaniformes, and Struthioniformes.
Wild birds in orders Anseriformes (ducks, geese, swans) and Charadriiformes
(gulls, terns, shore birds) are the natural reservoirs of avian influenza viruses (1,2).
AMV (the project beneficiary) is developing and coordinating a colonial Charadriiformes
(gulls and waders) conservation programme along the French Mediterranean coastline, where populations of these EU Birds Directive-listed species are in decline.
Waterfowl, particularly of the orders Anseriformes and Charadriiformes
, are the natural reservoir for all known subtypes of influenza A viruses.
These include the Anseriformes, Pelecaniformes, Gruiformes, Charadriiformes
, and Passeriformes.
Family Gymnophallidae (Odhner 1905) comprises a small group of digeneans that live in the intestine, gall-bladder and bursa Fabricii of Charadriiformes
(shore birds) and Anseriformes (diving ducks) that feed primarily on intertidal lamellibranchs, gastropods and benthic polychaetes (Nolso 2002).
grus (Linnaeus), common crane I R Order Charadriiformes
(shorebirds, gulls, auks, and allies) Family Charadriidae (plovers) Charadrius alexandrinus I R Linnaeus, snowy plover C.
Water birds (according to Sonobe and Usui 1993) of the following orders: Pelecaniformes, Ciconiiformes, Anseriformes, Gruiformes and Charadriiformes
Little is known, however, regarding Na tolerance in American oystercatchers or, in fact, detailed mineral nutrition of any of the Charadriiformes
Wild waterbirds of the orders Anseriformes (ducks, geese, swans) and Charadriiformes
(gulls, terns, shore birds) are the ultimate source of influenza A viruses for domestic birds and mammals, including humans (1).