Gouldian finch


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Gouldian finch

(ˈɡuːldɪən)
n
(Animals) a multicoloured finch, Chloebia gouldiae, of tropical N Australia
[named after Elizabeth Gould (1804–41), British natural history artist]
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The life history and transmission biology of Sternostoma tracheacolum Lawrence (Acari: Rhinonyssidae) associated with the Gouldian finch Erythrura gouldiae.
He is a lovely Gouldian Finch which are native to Australia and are on the endangered list in their native habitat.
As of late February, two questions remained to be resolved: the long-term stability of the waste rock dump and its ability to shed water in its reclaimed state, and the potential effect the expanded Batman pit may have on Gouldian Finch habitat and nesting areas.
Seen here are Gouldian Finch, Hecks Grass Finch and Crested Society.
The Kimberley is one of Australia's most pristine environmental areas and home to iconic species like the golden bandicoot, Gouldian finch, and the snub nose dolphin.
The habitat provided by the reserve will protect endangered animals such as the Gouldian finch, the northern quoll and more than 700 plant species.
One of the reasons for receiving the low ranking for the golden-shouldered parrot and the Gouldian finch could be the low level of the knowledge the participants had about these.
Additionally, the results indicate that the gouldian finch, C.
For the study, Associate Professor Simon Griffith and Dr Sarah Pryke of Sydney's Macquarie University separated a fertile female Gouldian finch (Erythrura gouldiae), and her social partner, by removing the male from the cage for 30 minutes.
There's its close relative, the Gouldian finch, with lavender breast, yellow belly, green back, plum face, blue collar -- colours no less vivid now than they were in life.
Mounted taxidermic models of conspecific and heterospecific nest-site competitors (black and red Gouldian finch morph and long-tailed finch models), as well as a control noncompetitor (black-chinned honeyeater [Melithreptus gularis]), were presented to Gouldian and long-tailed finches.