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Noun1.Alauda - type genus of the Alaudidae: skylarksAlauda - type genus of the Alaudidae: skylarks
bird genus - a genus of birds
Alauda arvensis, skylark - brown-speckled European lark noted for singing while hovering at a great height
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The unveil was also an opportunity to formally introduce Alauda Racing -- the Australian start-up behind Airspeeder -- and the series' global title sponsor Equals (a money management solutions provider formerly known as FairFX).
It's one of the most exhilarating sports out there, but now car racing is about to be taken to the next level, thanks to Alauda's newflying race car.
Interestingly, several species nesting in Sidi Reghis forests are mainly subservient to open areas (Calandra lark Melanocorypha calandra, Maghreb lark, Wood lark Lullula arborea, Eurasian skylark Alauda arvensis, Cirl bunting Emberiza cirlus and rock bunting Emberiza cia) and urban land (white stork Ciconia ciconia, rock dove Columba livia, European turtle dove barn swallow Hirundo rustica, common house hartin Delichon urbicum and house sparrow).
Skylarks (Alauda arvensis L.; Passeriformes: Alaudidae) also have been hypothesized to increase P intake by augmenting their plant diet with insects, mostly beetles (Green 1980).
1) species which are not popular quarries including moorhen Gallinula chloropus, skylark Alauda arvensis and starling Sturnus vulgaris, and thus hunting disturbance is unlikely to cause any impact on the populations;
Durante este estudio se escogieron aleatoriamente 100 aves silvestres correspondientes a 11 familias (Psittacidae, Ramphastidae, Ophistocomidae, Cracidae, Anatidae, Icteridae, Alaudidae, Burhinidae, Phoenicopteridae, Anhimidae y Rallidae) y 16 especies (Ara ararauna, Ara macao, Amazona spp, Amazona ochrocephala, Ramphastos toco, Aulacorhynchus prasinus, Ramphastos tucanus, Ophistocomus hoazin, Crax Alberti, Anas discors, Agelaius icterocephalus, Alauda arvensis, Burhinus bistriatus, Phoenicopterus ruber roseus, Chauna chavarria, Gallinula chloropus), a las cuales se les tomo muestras correspondientes a 4 gramos de materia fecal [22].