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tri·col·or

 (trī′kŭl′ər)
n.
1. A flag having three colors.
2. also Tricolor The French flag.
adj. also tri·col·ored (-ərd)
Having three colors.
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These species include the little blue heron, tricolored heron, reddish egret, roseate spoonbill, American oystercatcher, black skimmer, least tern and snowy plover (state threatened species) and the piping plover, red knot, roseate tern, and wood stork (federally-listed under the Endangered Species Act).
As a result, the oblong rocksnail, tricolored bat, sicklefin chub, sturgeon chub and Venus flytrap will each undergo a thorough status review to determine whether or not they warrant protection under the ESA.
The researchers had examined several different kinds of bats, including little brown bats, northern long-eared bats, tricolored bats and big brown bats "to determine whether the 'wing prints' from the bundle network would satisfy the biologic measurement criteria.
It is quality marsh habitat that is rich with wildlife including roseate spoonbills, tricolored herons, great egrets, snowy egrets, white ibis, clapper rails, and others.
The tricolored bat (Perimyotis subflavus) and northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) likely will go extinct in the state, and the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus), the most common species in our mines and caves, probably will decline by 90% and never recover, not even in our grandchildren's lifetime.
There is also the very exciting, tricolored Effrontee, a decidedly younger design that ought to hang from a stylish ingenue's shoulder on a night out.
Kent (1987) found a significant association between certain foraging behaviors and specific habitats in Snowy Egrets (Egretta thula) and Tricolored Herons (Egretta tricolor); for instance, the behavior "disturb-and-chase" was associated with open water habitat for both species.
An apparent attack on a Tricolored Bat (Perimyotis subflavus) by a Hoary Bat (Lasiurus cinereus) in northern Ohio.
com/tag/species-of-special-concern/ (last visited June 6, 2016); California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Evaluation of the Petition From The Center For Biological Diversity to List Tricolored Blackbird (Agelaius tricolor) As Endangered Under the California Endangered Species Act (March 2015), http://www.
Genetic sequencing tests confirmed infection with a rabies virus variant associated with tricolored bats.
It was a 2-acre islet of mangroves, so thickly dotted with nesting birds and newborns--thousands of great and snowy egrets, ibises, wood storks, tricolored herons, and the odd, circus-colored roseate spoonbill--that it bloomed.
They are the little brown bat, northern long-eared bat, small-footed bat and the pipistrelle or tricolored bat.