Bubulcus ibis


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Noun1.Bubulcus ibis - small white egret widely distributed in warm regions often found around grazing animals
egret - any of various usually white herons having long plumes during breeding season
Bubulcus, genus Bubulcus - small white egrets
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Los tamanos de muestra por especie fueron: 111 pichones de Bubulcus ibis, 77 de Egretta thula, 14 de E.
Breeding biology of cattle egret Bubulcus ibis in villages of Ludhiana, Punjab.
Data collection: Little Egret Egretta garzetta and Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis formed three colonies within three localities with large variability in ecological features.
4 Black-tailed Native-hen Gallinula ventralis Blue Billed Duck Oxyura australis Cape Barren Goose Cereopsis novaehollandiae Cattle Egret Bubulcus ibis Chestnut Teal Anas castanea 33 148.
La hipotesis ha sido confirmada en Bubulcus ibis, Ardea herodias y Casmerodius albus [14, 23, 36, 37]; sin embargo, otros estudios la contradicen [19, 21, 25, 45].
alba and other egrets such as Ardea cocoi (Linnaeus, 1766), and Bubulcus ibis (Linnaeus, 1758), that are both nomad species.
2004, "Study on breeding performance of Cattle Egret, Bubulcus ibis in Kota division of Rajasthan", International Conference on Bird and Environment, Haridwar, India.
En en el caso de Bogota es el ganado que llega entre otros de los llanos orientales, importante zona agropecuaria de Colombia, (47) con alta prevalencia bovina de Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus (48); tambien se consideran aves migratorias como Bubulcus ibis, garza bueyera o ganadera (49) distribuidores mecanicos de este artropodo (50).
Las especies menos abundantes son Bubulcus ibis, Hirundo rustica, Myrtis fanny y Parabuteo unicinctus.
I'm fighting an ever-changing battle against my arch nemesis: Bubulcus ibis, better known as the "Cattle Egret.
Cattle egret Bubulcus ibis (Linnaeus, 1758) is a highly synanthropic species, which has been benefitted by the increase of livestock in recent decades (Sick, 1997).