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waldrapp

(ˈwɔːldræp)
n
(Animals) the hermit ibis, Geronticus eremita, found in parts of N Africa and the Middle East
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2013), Waldrapp ibis (Geronticus eremita; Laing et al.
Fatal hepatic tetratrichomoniasis in a juvenile Waldrapp ibis (Geronticus eremita).
Garth introduces some new members to the waldrapp ibis flock.
The flock of 21 Waldrapp ibis living at the Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo had produced no chicks for seven years.
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus said yesterday that it has agreed a Letter of Intent with the Weltvogelpark-Foundation Walsrode for strengthening the population of the Northern Bald Ibis, or Waldrapp.
livia Columbiformes White-naped Crane Grus vipio Gruiformes Waldrapp Ibis #1 Gerontica eremita Ciconiiformes Waldrapp Ibis #2 G.
For example, pedigree relationships were derived for captive Waldrapp Ibises (Geronticus eremita) by comparing DNA fingerprints from each captive individual with each potential mother-father pair (Signer et al.
New elevated walkways bring you eye-to-eye with African jacanas and the rare waldrapp ibis from Morocco.
Tenders are invited for Implementation of Additional Project Content of the European Species Protection Project (Life12-bio_at_000143) on the Resettlement of the Waldrapp (Geronticus Eremita) in Europe.