pygarg

(redirected from pygargus)

pygarg

(ˈpaɪɡɑːɡ)
n
1. (Historical Terms) jocular an antelope mentioned by Pliny, Herodotus, and in the Bible perhaps the addax
2. (Animals) obsolete Also called: pygargus any of several birds of prey with a white tail, esp the white-tailed sea eagle
References in periodicals archive ?
The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Dr Edna Molewa, has published the draft Biodiversity Management Plan (BMP) for the Bontebok (damaliscus pygargus pygargus) in Government Gazette No.
Evidence from fossil records indicates that past climatic and habitat change promoted the splitting of the species into the two separately classified subspecies known today as the blesbok (Damaliscus pygargus phillipsi) and bontebok (Damaliscus pygargus pygargus).
Age-related differences in foraging behavior of Montagu's harrier Circus pygargus males in south-east Poland.
Torgos tracheliotus - - - - - Uraeginthus bengalus - - 1 - - Urocolius macrourus - - - - - Vanellus senegallus - - - - - Vidua orientalis unidentified species 1 Total 22 47 81 27 177 Acridivorous Bubalornis albirostris 457 703 214 149 94 Bubulcus ibis - - - - 1 Bucorvus abyssinicus - - - - - Centropus senegalensis - - - - - Chelictinia riocourii - - - - - Ciconia ciconia 1 - - - - Circus aeruginosus 6 11 29 11 19 Circus pygargus 11 24 37 19 18 Cisticola juncidis 35 26 52 40 77 Cisticola sp.
Para las especies europeas y de origen asiatico, se estudiaron nueve ejemplares de Cervus elaphus y cinco de Cervus nippon, 26 ejemplares de Capreolus capreolus, cinco ejemplares de Dama dama, mas cuatro ejemplares de Capreolus pygargus, sumando un total de 49 ejemplares.
Sex ratio variations in broods of Montagu's harriers Circus pygargus.
Mitochondrial DNA polymorphism in population of Siberian and European roe deer (Capreolus pygargus and C.
Ungulates occuring in the EWM are wild boar Sus scrofa ussuricus, red deer Cervus elaphus, eastern roe deer Capreolus pygargus, musk deer Mochus moschiferus and ghoral Nemorhaedus caudatus.
En el primero se analizo la region de control (CR) del ADN mitocondrial, tambien conocida como D-loop, en seis especies de Cervidae, representantes de las subfamilias Cervinae (Cervus elaphus, 2 individuos; Cervus nippon, 1 y Dama dama, 1), Hydropotinae (Hydropotes inermis, 1) y Odocoileinae (tribu Odocoileini: Odocoileus virginianus, 1; Odocoileus hemionus, 1 y Mazama americana, 1; tribu Capreolini: Capreolus capreolus, 1 y Capreolus pygargus, 1).