Limosa


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Noun1.Limosa - godwitsLimosa - godwits        
bird genus - a genus of birds
family Scolopacidae, Scolopacidae - sandpiper family: sandpipers; woodcocks; snipes; tattlers; curlews; godwits; dowitchers
godwit - large wading bird that resembles a curlew; has a long slightly upturned bill
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The study has, for the first time, identified the migration routes, stopovers and breeding areas of the subpopulations of the bar-tailed godwits subspecies Limosa lapponica taymyrensis wintering at Barr al Hikman.
Aunque Limosa fedoa para este estudio fue un "singleton", se comprobo que esta especie se registro en otras ocasiones en el manglar (eBird 2017).
The estuary plays a key role as feeding and roosting site for several Nearctic birds (Calidris fuscicollis, Limosa haemastica, Calidris canutus, among others) as well as Patagonian species, such as Charadrius falklandicus, Haematopus leucopodus, and Pluvianellus socialis (Ferrari et al., 2002).
Ten species are considered to be threatened viz., Endangered (EN): Falco cherrug and Neophron percnopterus, Near Threatened (NT): Aegypius monachus, Aythya nyroca, Falco vespertinus, Limosa limosa and Numenius arquata, and Vulnerable (VU): Aquila clanga, Aquila heliaca and Otis tarda; and the balance 229 species as Least Concern (LC) (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, 2017-2).
Mole Crabs are the dominant members of the sandy-beach food web in the swash zone at Drakes Beach, and we have often observed Sanderling (Calidris alba), Willet (Tringa semipalmata), and Marbled Godwit (Limosa fedoa) foraging on Mole Crabs along this stretch of shoreline (Stallcup and Evens 2014, pers.
Mae hwyaden yr eithin (Tadorna tadorna: Shelduck) yn bwyta'r malwod bach sy'n cartrefu yn y mwd ac mi fydd y rhostog gynffonfraith (Limosa lapponica; bar-tailed godwit) yn tyllu am lwgwns hefo'i phig hir.
Se colectaron nueve especimenes de hormigas pertenecientes a tres especies: Formica argentea Wheeler, Liometopum apiculatum Mayr y Pseudomyrmex elongatulus (Dalla Torre), en tres especies de orquideas: flores de Habenaria limosa (Lindl.) Hemsl.