Streptopelia


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Noun1.Streptopelia - turtledovesStreptopelia - turtledoves        
bird genus - a genus of birds
Columbidae, family Columbidae - doves and pigeons
turtledove - any of several Old World wild doves
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Contract notice: Development of a population model and adaptive harvest mechanism for turtle dove (streptopelia turtur)
It said the turtle dove (Streptopelia turtur) is a migratory species which is globally threatened, with its populations in Europe having declined by 79 per cent from 1980 until 2014.
Florida Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia floridana) preys on eurasian collared-dove (Streptopelia decaocto).
In Portugal, the abundance of Turtle Doves (Streptopelia turtur), a forest species, was related to landscape attributes associated to forest management and agricultural abandonment (Dias et al., 2013).
Capua, "Characterization of Newcastle disease virus isolates obtained from Eurasian collared doves (Streptopelia decaocto) in Italy," Avian Pathology, vol.
Thus, fewer than six species (Sahel Bush-sparrow, Gymnoris dentata; Longed-tail Glossy Starling, Lamprotornis caudatus; Northern Black-flycatcher, Melaenornis edolioides; European pied flycatcher, Ficedula hypoleuca; Senegal Eremomela, Eremomela pusilla; and Vinaceous, dove Streptopelia vinacea) were the most abundant and detected in all four habitats during the wet season.
CONFIRMATION OF PRESENCE, NESTING RECORD, VARIATION IN SEASONAL DENSITY AND USE OF PERCHING RESOURCES BY THE EURASIAN COLLARED-DOVE (STREPTOPELIA DECAOCTO; FRIVALDSZKY, 1838) IN MORELIA, MICHOACAN, MEXICO
That said, the breeding form of the Palm Dove from the oases is sometimes described as a unique subspecies Streptopelia senegalensis dahklaea.
Ectoparasites of the Laughing Dove Streptopelia senegalensis (Linnaeus, 1766) (Aves: Columbidae) in Zaria, Nigeria.
Diets enriched with a Jerte Valley cherry-based nutraceutical product reinforce nocturnal behaviour in young and old animals of nocturnal (Rattus norvegicus) and diurnal (Streptopelia risoria) chronotypes.