Albula


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Noun1.Albula - type and sole genus of the family AlbulidaeAlbula - type and sole genus of the family Albulidae
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Albula vulpes, bonefish - slender silvery marine fish found in tropical mud flats and mangrove lagoons
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Contracts awarded: Geological mapping-no: 2quick description: southeastern switzerland: affected leaves: -1216 filisur (ga25) -1236 savognin (ga25) -1217 scaletta pass (gc) -1237 albula pass (gc)
To get to the top, you pass the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina Landscapes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that bears witness to the man's ingenuity.
The Grand Tour of Switzerland highlights include: Grossmunster church, Zurich; Rhine Falls; Town of Stein am Rhein; Abbey of St Gallen; Painted facades, Appenzell; Swiss Tectonic Arena Sardona; Heidi's Village, Maienfeld; Mountain village of Guarda; Swiss National Park; Benedictine convent of St John, Mustair ;Muottas Muragl panoramic peak; Albula /Bernina railway line; Three castles of Bellinzona; Ascona lake promenade; Monte Bre Lugano; Monte San Giorgio; Tremola, old Gotthard Pass road; Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch; Matterhorn; Mountain village of Grimentz.
Among other fish species, vendace (Coregonus albula), grayling (Thymallus thymallus), gobio (Gobio gobio) and even stone loach (Barbatula barbatula) were mentioned, however, they were consumed less frequently (Michalewicz 1965, 705; Dambrauskaite 2018b).
Like the Glacier Express, it climbs the Unesco-registered track up the Albula pass, twisting and tunnelling and turning on its tail in an effort to gain height.
Albula Pass, Switzerland A section of railway line doesn't sound like much of a heritage site, especially when its best bits are in the dark - inside tunnels - but the line that climbs from Chur across the top of the Alps down to Italy is a fine piece of engineering.
The guest appearance--at a garden festival marking the 100th anniversary of the Schutz floral enterprise in the mid-Graubunden Albula valley--sparked a sharp surge in plant sales as Blumenthal flashed his trademark grin amid a crowd of admiring autograph hounds.
The Shafted, or Threadfin, Bonefish from the tropical coastal waters of the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific (type locality: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) is currently recognized as a single species, Albula nemoptera (Fowler, 1911).
When UNESCO bestowed the accolade of World Heritage Site on the Rhaetian Railways Albula and Bernina train lines in 2008, St.
The development time of this small species is even slower when compared to noctuids such as Spodotera albula (Walker), S.