burrowing owl

(redirected from Speotyto cunicularia)

bur·row·ing owl

(bûr′ō-ĭng, bŭr′-)
n.
A small, long-legged owl (Athene cunicularia) of American grasslands that nests in burrows dug by animals such as prairie dogs or rabbits.
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Behavior and population ecology of the burrowing owl, Speotyto cunicularia, in the Imperial Valley of California.
precaria Freitas, 1951 collected from Speotyto cunicularia only in the vertical elongation of testes but differs in having sub-terminal oral sucker, esophagus and pre-testicular extension of vitellaria.
Dieta de Speotyto cunicularia Molina, 1782 (Strigiformes) na regiao de Uberlandia, Minas Gerais.
Mucmuc especies de los generos Ciccaba 'lechuza blaquinegra' y 'ju de leon' y Glaucidium 'mochuelo' y especies Pulsatrix perspicillata 'oropopo', Aegolius ridgwayi 'lechucita parda' y Speotyto cunicularia 'lechuza llanera' (famia Strigidae); y especie Tyto alba 'lechuza de campanario' (familia Tytonidae).
The owls Speotyto cunicularia, Bubo virginianus, and Tyto alba behaved similarly, selecting the nocturnal A.
Respuesta de micromamiferos al fuego en Peninsula Valdes, analizada a traves de la dieta de Speotyto cunicularia (Aves: Strigidae).