Phoenicurus


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Related to Phoenicurus: redstarts
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Noun1.Phoenicurus - Old World thrushesPhoenicurus - Old World thrushes      
bird genus - a genus of birds
family Turdidae, Turdidae - thrushes; in some classifications considered a subfamily (Turdinae) of the family Muscicapidae
redstart, redtail - European songbird with a reddish breast and tail; related to Old World robins
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palustris, Sitta europea, Erithacus rubecula, Sturnus vulgaris, Phoenicurus phoenicurus, Jynx torquilla), not only eggs and chicks are eaten, but also adult birds.
rufipes, collected from a common redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus) in Turkey tested positive for AHFV RNA (Table) when using a set of primers and probe that amplifies part of the KFDV/AHFV premembrane region (Kyasanur_poly_F, 5'-ACACGATGCACACACCTGC-3'; Kyasanur_poly_R, 5'-CACCAATGAAACTCTAGTCGTC-3'; Kyasanurpoly_P, 5'-AGAACCGGGACTTTGTCTCAGGGAC-3').
Falcon Felosa, folosa, Warbler folecha, folexa Ferreiro Phoenicurus Common phoenicurus redstart Flamingo Phoenicopterus Greater roseus flamingo Francelho Falco naumanni Lesser kestrel Fuinha Cisticola juncidis Zitting cisticola Gaio Garrulus Jay glandarius Gaivota Larus spp.
Restoring dry grasslands for the bird species Anthus trivialis, Lullula arborea and Phoenicurus phoenicurus.
Ducula aenea) Kayan kelekuha' white-breasted Southwell (1990) water hen (amauromis phoenicurus javanicus) Bahau kelevuan bunglon Sombroek (1986) Busang kelekidoe' de pop v.e.
House sparrow 13 Amaurornis Rallidae Dahuk phoenicurus Pennant White-breasted water hen Disease, Symptoms, Serial Formulations, and Number Parts used Administration 1 Shell Infections on leg of cattle.
DIOLCH yn fawr i Eleri Evans wnaeth gofnodi ei bod wedi gweld ir a cheiliog tingoch du (Phoenicurus ochruros; black redstart) yn Llandwrog.
Estonian lepalind, Finnish, Ingrian, Karelian leppalintu 'redstart (Phoenicurus)'; Finnish lepinkainen 'red-backed shrike (Lanius)', etc.
Contractors working at Centenary Plaza, part of the pounds 300 million Arena Central project, discovered a Black Redstart - Phoenicurus ochruros - nesting on the roof of the Mailbox as they conducted an environmental study of the site.
The chough (Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax), with red feet and beak, nests in three sites near the park, while the redstar (Phoenicurus phoenicurus), which rarely nests in Ireland today, in the past nested in the oak forests of Cill Airne but has not been seen for the last 10 years.