Tringa flavipes


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Related to Tringa flavipes: Tringa melanoleuca, lesser yellowlegs
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Noun1.Tringa flavipes - a variety of yellowlegsTringa flavipes - a variety of yellowlegs    
yellowlegs - either of two North American shorebird with yellow legs
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Tringa flavipes "pata amarilla menor", comun durante el verano en los bordes de las lagunas y en general de cualquier cuerpo de agua.
guijarros o palliatus conchas Recurvirostridae: Pequenos crustaceos, Playas arenosas Himantopus materia organica, con vegetacion mexicanus, poliquetos rastrera Recurvirostra americana Jacanidae: Vegetales, insectos, Vegetacion Jacana spinosa gusanos, moluscos herbacea emergente de agua dulce Scolopacidae: Insectos, lapas, N/A Tringa flavipes, almejas, gusanos, Calidris alba, C.
Some species considered riparian/wetland specialists (e.g., Lesser Yellowlegs Tringa flavipes, Blackpoll Warbler Setophaga striata) were also associated with this habitat type in combination with other habitats.
nilotica were not recorded on other occasions (the fieldwork occurred every two months between November 2011 and November 2013 when 16 out of the near 40 temporary lakes were regularly sampled), though Tringa flavipes and T.
Ya en tiempos coloniales, los Warao se conocieron como Tigue-tigue (Tringa flavipes, Tringa melanoleuca) (7), termino Otomaco para una especie de ave playera considerado como animal teurgico (Acosta Saignes, 1961[1954]:106).
Aunque la presencia de Cochlearius cochlearius, Tringa flavipes, Calidris himantopus, Limnodromus scolopaceus, Sterna forsteri, Amazona viridigenalis, Legatus leucophaius, Vireo flavifrons, Vermivora cyanoptera y Geothlypis philadelphia era supuesta en Hidalgo con base en los mapas de distribucion esquematizados por Howell & Webb (1995), no existian reportes concretos de su presencia en el estado (Martinez-Morales et al.
pusilla) were identified as peeps, and greater and lesser yellowlegs (Tringa flavipes and T.
The most frequently observed species (>26,500 use-days) were Lesser Yellowlegs (Tringa flavipes), Pectoral Sandpipers (Calidris melanotos), Killdeer (Charadrius vociferous), and 'peeps'(Calidris spp.); together, these species comprised more than 80% of the total shorebirds surveyed.