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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Histologic examinations were conducted in 6 of the 83 birds (7%; 3 budgerigars [Melopsittacus undulatus], 1 zebra finch, 1 vitelline masked weaver [Ploceus vitellinus], and 1 gouldian finch [Erythrura gouldiae]).
baileyi is approximately the most common avian Cryptosporidium [20, 21] because it has been reported in a wide range of avian hosts including chickens, turkeys, ducks, black-billed magpie, common myna, crested lark, Gouldian finch, red-billed leiothrix, mixed-bred falcons, zebra finch, rose-ringed parakeet, white Java sparrow, grey partridge, saffron finch, and ruddy shelducks [7,12, 20-22].
He is a lovely Gouldian Finch which are native to Australia and are on the endangered list in their native habitat.
Seen here are Gouldian Finch, Hecks Grass Finch and Crested Society.
A patch over a male Gouldian finch's right eye works like beer goggles.
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.