Perdix perdix

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Noun1.Perdix perdix - common European partridgePerdix perdix - common European partridge    
partridge - small Old World gallinaceous game birds
genus Perdix, Perdix - a genus of Perdicinae
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Similarly, just only the first egg left uncovered was episodically documented in the grey partridge (Perdix perdix) by Sprake (1930).
Seasonal predation control has also proven effective at increasing brood size, production of young, and subsequent breeding populations of grey partridge Perdix perdix and ground-nesting moorland birds (Tapper et al.
-- -- -- -- -- -- AVES Perdix perdix -- -- -- 4.3 3.2 10.8 Falco sparverius -- -- -- 4.3 3.2 4.3 Fulica americana -- -- -- -- -- -- Colaptes auratus -- -- -- 4.3 3.2 4.7 Picoides villosus -- -- -- 4.3 3.2 2.5 Sialia mexicana -- -- -- -- -- -- Unidentified large birds -- -- -- -- -- -- Unid.
Mycoplasma iowae, an occasional pathogen of turkeys, was isolated for the first time from captive grey partridges (Perdix perdix).
However, least observed species in 2001 to 2002 were Circus aeruginosus, Haliaeetus leucoryphus, Buteo buteo, Aquila rapax, Perdix perdix, Falco babylonicus, Gallinula chloropus, Gallinago gallinago, Eudynamys scolopacea, Saxicola caprata, Lanius vittatus, Falco concolor, Sylvia deserti and Lanius vittatus only one individual in each (Ali, 2006).
In Latin the species is called Perdix perdix, so maybe it is the original partridge, as perdiz in Spanish does mean "partridge."
For instance, the 1946 hunting season allowed a bag of two Hungarian (gray) partridges (Perdix perdix); four rabbits; tour squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis, S.
The grey partridge (Perdix perdix) has declined by over 80pc in 30 years.
Population dynamics of the Grey Partridge Perdix perdix 1793-1993: monitoring, modelling and management.
Population responses of grey partridge (Perdix perdix), ring-necked pheasants (Phasianus colchicus), and meadowlarks (Sturnella sp.) to farm programs in Minnesota.