Burhinus


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Related to Burhinus: stone curlew, Burhinus oedicnemus
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Noun1.Burhinus - type genus of the Burhinidae: stone curlews
bird genus - a genus of birds
Burhinidae, family Burhinidae - large wading birds resembling the plovers: stone curlews
Burhinus oedicnemus, stone curlew, thick-knee - large-headed large-eyed crepuscular or nocturnal shorebird of the Old World and tropical America having a thickened knee joint
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Charadriiformes###Burhinidae###Eurasian thick knee Burhinus oedicnemus###YRR###LC###103###1.383851###0.117849###I
These cercariae penetrate primarily into fishes and their definitive hosts are mainly aquatic birds of the families Phalacrocoracidae and Ardeidae and genus Burhinus (Niewiadomska, 2005).
Nest and egg crypsis in the ground-nesting Stone Curlew Burhinus oedicnemus.
Aguia real Aquila chrysaetos Golden eagle Airos Uria aalge Common murre Alavanco, Anas platyrhincos Mallard pato-real Alcaravao, Burhinus Stone curlew alguivao, oedicnemus perluis Alcatraz, Morus bassanus Northern gannet ganso-patola Alfaiate Recurvirostra Pied avocet avosetta Andorinha, Hirundinidae spp.
A NIGHT-LIGHTING TECHNIQUE FOR CAPTURING PERUVIAN THICK-KNEES (BURHINUS SUPERCILIARIS) AND FIRST DATA ON MOLT SEQUENCE AND BIOMETRICS
Wirlomin literally translates to 'like a bush stone curlew (Burhinus grallarius)'.
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].
benghalensis [the Blue Jay or Indian Roller], Neophron percnopterus [the Egyptian Vulture], Necrostyctes [sic] monachus ????, Oenanthe deserti atrogularis [the Desert Wheatear], Charadrius alexandrinus [the Kentish Plover] and Burhinus oedicnemus astutus [the Persian Stone-Curlew].