in imitation of the tone in which that useful class of society are wont, diurnally
, to make their presence known at area railings.
The number of wild fish detected peaked during daylight hours, indicating that the fish were diurnally
It can also be manually adjusted and automatically operated in a diurnally
controlled light cycle when selected by the user.
Nevertheless, because scavenged carcasses were consumed diurnally
and nocturnally, and human surveys for carcasses were largely conducted diurnally
, our study supports prior assertions that failure to account for removal of carcasses by scavengers might bias studies toward lower estimates of mortality (Dwyer and Mannan, 2007; Ponce et al.
active artificial-container breeders, such as Aedes aegypti (L.
Among fireflies, direct evidence for volatile pheromones in sexual communication has thus far been restricted to diurnally
active species (De Cock & Matthysen 2005; Lloyd 1972, 1997b; Ohba 2004).
mosquitoes are diurnally
active, which indicates that long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets are ineffective for dengue vector control (17,55,56.
About twice as large as our American mink, chunkier and noticeably redder, they swam visibly, diurnally
hunting for seabirds, eggs and shellfish.
Fifth, hematologic and biochemical results may vary seasonally, monthly, or diurnally
, as well as by age, sex, or time of day.
As we were interested in determining the degree to which birds vocalize diurnally
and seasonally, we used the total number of detections as our response variable.
striata shows nectar production and high visitation rates diurnally
(Rocha et al.
It has a humid subtropical climate with a temperature variation of barely 20 degrees diurnally