Harpia harpyja


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Noun1.Harpia harpyja - large black-and-white crested eagle of tropical AmericaHarpia harpyja - large black-and-white crested eagle of tropical America
bird of Jove, eagle - any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight
genus Harpia, Harpia - a genus of Accipitridae
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Dessa forma, o objetivo deste presente trabalho e descrever e analisar as percepcoes de moradores das comunidades amazonicas relativas as formas de participacao nos programas de conservacao do gaviao-real (Harpia harpyja) e tracaja (Podocnemis unflis).
Case Description: A 14-year-old 4.1-kg (9.02-lb) male harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja) was evaluated because of vomiting, anorexia, lethargy, and weight loss (decrease of 0.35 kg [0.77 lb]) of 4 weeks' duration.
Jacquin (1784) trato el aguila harpia dando su procedencia de "las montanas cercanas al rio Magdalena, Colombia" y denominandola Vultur coronatus, pero es la misma especie que Linneo, 1758 habia descrito de Mexico como Vultur harpyia; hoy dia se llama Harpia harpyja.
In Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve, some raptor species have already been extirpated, including the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja), king vulture (Sarcoramphus papa), and probably the black-and-white hawk-eagle (W.
2009: It's not too late for the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja): high levels of genetic diversity and differentiation can fuel conservation programs.
Mora especie Harpia harpyja (familia Accipitridae) 'aguila arpia'.
El Aguila Arpia (Harpia harpyja Linnaeus) es la rapaz de mayor tamano que habita los bosques amazonicos, sin embargo en el Peru, es muy poco lo que se sabe de esta especie.
He has conducted evolutionary genetic research on common loons (Gavia immer), field studies of loon behavior in Wisconsin, Michigan, Alaska and Scotland, and has worked on the population genetics of the threatened harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja).
The most recent report of Morphnus guianensis occurred in 1989, whereas Harpia harpyja has not been seen since at least 1984 (D.
There are many birds, including abundant quetzal (Pharomachrus mocinno) and harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja), whose distribution is now very restricted owing to the disappearance of large areas of forest.