Rock thrush

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(Zool.) any Old World thrush of the genus Monticola, or Petrocossyphus; as, the European rock thrush (Monticola saxatilis), and the blue rock thrush of India (Monticola cyaneus), in which the male is blue throughout.

See also: Rock

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Primera fotograffa en su habitat y Nuevo avistamiento del Cucarachero de Santa Marta Troglodytes monticola, especie en peligo critico.
monticola from Guinea and provided a short bibliography for the six known species of the genus.
The manifestation and significance of sexual dimorphism in anguid lizards: a case study of Barisia monticola.
Leishmanicidal and cholinesterase inhibiting activities of phenolic compounds from Allanblackia monticola and Symphonia globulifera.
monticola have no basal tubercles on the outer sides of the mandibles, and shorter and thicker antennae than those of K.
Then something more to scale and more realistic for a small garden would be fothergilla monticola, which is a relative of hazels and witch hazels.
An Asian blister rust introduced to North America in the early 1900s decimated much of the highly valued white pine forest, but decades of silviculture science developed a rust-resistant strain of monticola.
2005), utilizando colonias de Apis mellifera scutellata e Apis mellifera monticola, com 30 cupulas, tiveram uma producao de 6,90 e 7,30 g de geleia real colonia-1, respectivamente, nao diferindo significativamente.
monticola but differs from this species by its terrestrial growth, caulescent habit with a stem 15-20 cm in lenght (vs.
Franco var menziesii) (O'Hara 1991) and western white pine (Pinus monticola Dougl.