Mrs Trevelyan told fellow MPs: "When they take off for flight, we see just why the Atlantic puffin - fratercula
arctica, or the friar of the Arctic, so named because of its monkish black hood - is to be respected.
and substantially lower breeding success in Atlantic puffins Fratercula
arctica (Birkhead and Nettleship 1995).
Cormorants were not collected and no specimens deposited in the NHM in 1857-1860 during the voyage of the HMS Plumper (Captain GH Richards) when Black Oystercatchers, Pigeon Guillemots, Rhinoceros Auklets, and Tufted Puffins (Fratercula
cirrhata) were reported breeding in the central Salish Sea at Waldron Island, Mandarte Island, Bird Rocks, Williamson Rocks, and White Rock by D Lyall and possibly CB Wood (Mayne 1862; Carter and others 2011a,b, in press).
Mae'r pal (Fratercula
arctica; Puffin) i'w weld yma, ac mae Ynys Lawd yn un o'r mannau mwyaf hygyrch i weld adar mor sy'n nythu yn Ynysoedd Prydain.
pygmaea Rhinoceros Auklet 507 330 Cerorhinca monocerata Puffin (unidentified) * 707 460 Horned Puffin 537 31% 349 Fratercula
corniculata Tufted Puffin F.
frailecillo comun, Fratercula
arctica, gaviota tridactila, y alca comun, Alca torda; Frederiksen et al., 2004; Sandvik et al., 2005).
The effects of diet and caloric restriction on adipose tissue fatty acid signatures of tufted puffin (Fratercula
Metcalf (1963) included the following 9 species in the genus Haphsa in his catalogue of Cicadidae: Haphsa conformis Distant, Haphsa crassa Distant, Haphsa fratercula
Distant, Haphsa karenensis Ollenbach, Haphsa meeki Distant, Haphsa nana Distant, Haphsa nicomache (Walker), Haphsa opercularis Distant, and Haphsa velitaris (Distant).
Gosodwyd un o'r camerau ar y clogwyn ble mae'r palod (Fratercula
arctica) yn nythu ac un arall ar y clogwyni ble mae'r llursod a'r gwylogod yn ymgynnull.
Isolation of Lyme disease borrelia from puffins (Fratercula
arctica) and seabird ticks (Ixodes uriae) on the Faeroe Islands.