Evans, Distribution and Status of the Atlantic Alcidae
, in THE ATLANTIC ALCIDAE
53, 68 (David N.
A new species of extinct late Pleistocene puffin (Aves: Alcidae
) from the southern California Channel Islands.
Moreover, at times the country has experienced periods of "good government." This was the case for instance during the difficult years of Alcidae
DeGasperi's leadership and even when the now disgraced Bettino Craxi was at the helm of Italian politics.
paradisaea Pontoppidan, arctic I R tern Xema sabini (Sabine), Sabine's I R gull Family Alcidae
(auks, murres, and puffins) Brachyramphus perdix (Pallas), I R long-billed murrelet Synthliboramphus antiquus I R (Gmelin), ancient murrelet Uria lomvia (Linnaeus), I R thick-billed murre Order Columbiformes (pigeons and doves) Family Columbidae (pigeons and doves) Columba fasciata Say, I R band-tailed pigeon C.
Rhinoceros Auklets (Cerorhinca monocerata) are a crevice/burrow-nesting seabird (family Alcidae
) that breeds throughout the North Pacific Rim.
The true northern penguin, the great auk (family Alcidae
), was also flightless, a member of the Charadriiformes related to gulls, auks, and lapwings.
is a family of marine birds that exhibits unparalleled variation in posthatching developmental strategies (Sealy 1973, Gaston 1985, Ydenberg 1989, Starck and Ricklefs 1998).
Here we use both phylogenetic and population genetic analyses of variation in the mitochondrial control region to test alternate models of population differentiation in guillemots (Cepphus spp.; Charadriiformes: Alcidae
"The Garager is a visual controller for garage openers that allow users to live monitor the garage, open and close garage door remotely and receive real time notifications whenever sound or motion is detected," said William Chen, the VP of Emerging Technologies of Alcidae
Distribution and status of Atlantic Alcidae
. In: Nettleship, D.N., and Birkhead, T.R., eds.
is a family of marine birds that exhibits extreme inter- and intraspecific variation in mass and age at which offspring leave the nest (Sealy 1973, Gaston 1985).
Growth-mortality trade-offs and the evolution of juvenile life histories in the Alcidae
. Ecology 70: 1494-1506.