Perdix perdix


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Noun1.Perdix perdix - common European partridgePerdix perdix - common European partridge    
partridge - small Old World gallinaceous game birds
genus Perdix, Perdix - a genus of Perdicinae
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En el ambito de la produccion hemerografica especializada, es a partir de 1986 cuando la larga serie de mas de 60 articulos cientificos da un giro sensible hacia la publicacion de trabajos de historia, y ese mismo ano aparece su firma en trabajos como <<La perdiz Perdix Perdix Hispaniensis, Reichenow, 1892 (aves: galliformes), nuevo hospedador de Goniocotes obscurus, Giebel, 1874 (Mallophaga: goniodidae)>> (14), junto a otros como la serie de Personajes de la escuela/Facultad de Veterinaria de Leon (15).
However, least observed species in 2001 to 2002 were Circus aeruginosus, Haliaeetus leucoryphus, Buteo buteo, Aquila rapax, Perdix perdix, Falco babylonicus, Gallinula chloropus, Gallinago gallinago, Eudynamys scolopacea, Saxicola caprata, Lanius vittatus, Falco concolor, Sylvia deserti and Lanius vittatus only one individual in each (Ali, 2006).
Until the late 1970s, the grey partridge Perdix perdix was one of the most numerous birds in agricultural landscapes in Germany and of extraordinary significance as a game bird.
In Latin the species is called Perdix perdix, so maybe it is the original partridge, as perdiz in Spanish does mean "partridge.
1 Fox Sparrow Passerella iliaca -- -- -- Franklin's Gull Larus pipixcan -- -- -- Gray Partridge Perdix perdix 1 0.
Population dynamics of the Grey Partridge Perdix perdix 1793-1993: monitoring, modelling and management.
Grey partridge Perdix perdix used to be a common and widespread species throughout the temperate zone of western Eurasia, but its populations have declined markedly in most parts of its native range since the 1950s (del Hoyo et al.