Vanellus


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Noun1.Vanellus - Eurasian lapwingsVanellus - Eurasian lapwings      
bird genus - a genus of birds
green plover, lapwing, peewit, pewit - large crested Old World plover having wattles and spurs
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The teru-tero (Vanellus cayanus) is another bird, which often disturbs the stillness of the night.
chloropus, White-tailed Lapwing Vanellus leucurus and Black-winged Stilt Himantopus himantopus which have all either colonised Arabia and / or greatly expanded their range and breeding populations in recent decades (Jennings 2010; Aspinall 2010) in response to the availability of new anthropogenic wetlands.
sparverius C 1 3 Ortalis canicollis O 1 4 Vanellus chilensis I 3 6 Columba picazuro G 5 27 C.
Charadriidae Charadrius marginatus White-fronted plover Vanellus spinosus Spur-winged lapwing 14.
De igual modo, resaltan que varias especies de aves acuaticas Charadriiformes (Charadrius collaris, Vanellus cayanus) y especialmente las coloniales (Rynchops niger, Phaetusa simplex, Sterna superciliaris) utilizan consuetudinariamente las playas arenosas expuestas para su reproduccion en colonias mixtas, ratificando asi lo observado en Brasil para los rios Trombetas (Krannitz, 1989) e Ibicui (Amorin et al., 2001).
Some prominent examples of "migratory birds in crisis" include the Slender-billed Curlew (Numenius tenuirostris), the Northern Bald Ibis (Geronticus eremita), the Sociable Lapwing (Vanellus gregarius), the Waved Albatross (Phoebastria irrorata) and the Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster).
Some prominent examples of migratory birds in crisis include the Slender-billed Curlew (Numenius tenuirostris), the Northern Bald Ibis (Geronticus eremita), the Sociable Lapwing (Vanellus gregarius), the Waved Albatross (Phoebastria irrorata) and the Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster).
In the OA environment, were recorded migratory Falconidae (Elanoides forficatus and Ictinia plumbea), and species typical of open areas, such as Athene cunicularia, Machetornis rixosa, Mimus saturninus and Vanellus chilensis (SICK, 1997), which occupy grassy areas for food and/or reproduction.
Especies de aves identificadas visual y/o auditivamente en la plantacion de banano, municipio Jose Angel Lamas, estado Aragua, Venezuela Familia Especie Ardeidae Bubulcus ibis Accipitridae Buteo magnirostri; Elanus leucurus Fringillidae Carduelis psaltria Columbidae Columbina squammata Cuculidae Crotophaga ani; Tapera naevia Falconidae Falco peregrinus; Milvago chimachima Psittacidae Forpus passerinus Trochilidae Glaucis hirsuta Estrildidae Lonchura malacca Icteridae Molothrus bonariensis; Icterus nigrogularis Tyrannidae Myiozetetes cayanensis; Tyrannus savanna Threskiornithidae Plegadis falcinellus Ploceidae Ploceus cucullatus Polioptilidae Polioptila plumbea Emberizidae Saltator coerulescens; Sicalis flaveola Charadriidae Vanellus chilensis Cuadro 3.
- - - - - Torgos tracheliotus - - - - - Uraeginthus bengalus - - 1 - - Urocolius macrourus - - - - - Vanellus senegallus - - - - - Vidua orientalis unidentified species 1 Total 22 47 81 27 177 Acridivorous Bubalornis albirostris 457 703 214 149 94 Bubulcus ibis - - - - 1 Bucorvus abyssinicus - - - - - Centropus senegalensis - - - - - Chelictinia riocourii - - - - - Ciconia ciconia 1 - - - - Circus aeruginosus 6 11 29 11 19 Circus pygargus 11 24 37 19 18 Cisticola juncidis 35 26 52 40 77 Cisticola sp.
Which bird has the scientific name 'Vanellus vanellus'?