Sample records for falco peregrinus anatum

  1. es of special conc e special concern (GSC), protected (P), or gered (E) in Idaho; species con ed (E), threatened (T), or protected (P) by

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    7 App es of special conc e special concern (GSC), protected (P), or gered (E) in Idaho; species con ed (E), threatened (T), or protected (P) by ecial status species and USFS Region 4 sens (S) spe r falcon Falco peregrinus anatum E E T3 American white pelican Pelecanus erythrorhynchos SC/P P T2 Bald

  2. The Condor 106:873-886 8 The Cooper Ornitholog~calSociety 2004

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    dos pichones de Falco peregrinus. En la zona norte encontramos una mayor de- pendencia sobre peregrinus. En las zonas norte, central y sureste se registraron 74, 66 y 56 taxa de aves presa-recaptura. Los va- lores calculados fueron 111 f 9.5, 113 5 10.5 y 86 i: 7.9 (EE) taxa para las zonas norte

  3. american kestrel falco: Topics by E-print Network

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    K 1998-01-01 226 Socioeconomic Characteristics of American Indians in Los Angeles County University of California eScholarship Repository Summary: American Indians is critical...

  4. Breaking news: Biological control agent for Thaumastocoris peregrinus to be released in South Africa

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    milestone in terms of ensuring sustainable plantation forestry in South Africa was safe to release in South Africa as a biological control agent. The release strategy for C. noackae in South Africa must still be finalized. But

  5. BIOLOGICAL AND MICROBIAL CONTROL Biology and Rearing of Cleruchoides noackae (Hymenoptera

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    : Mymaridae), an Egg Parasitoid for the Biological Control of Thaumastocoris peregrinus (Hemiptera egg para- sitoid of Thaumastocoris peregrinus Carpintero and Dellape┤ (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae peregrinus Carpintero and Dellape┤ (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae) is a se- rious and widespread pest

  6. Mitochondrial DNA diversity of Cleruchoides noackae (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae): a potential biological control

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    biological control agent for Thaumastocoris peregrinus (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae) R. L. Nadel Ě M. J Control (IOBC) 2011 Abstract Thaumastocoris peregrinus Carpintero and Dellape┤ (Hemiptera parasitoid ┴ Hemiptera ┴ Hymenoptera ┴ Laboratory rearing ┴ Mymaridae ┴ Thaumastocoridae Introduction

  7. A morphological comparison of the eyes of some falconiform and passeriform birds with special reference to: Passer domesticus, Mimus polyglottos, Sturnella magna, Falco sparverius, Cathartes aura, and Buteo jamaicensis

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    Lord, Rexford D


    on the annular pad of the lens of birds' eyes. rane (1~) cade 0 furthsr Study of the bootes snd Oonolu- ded that tho pooteu ic not derived from the choroid (as had been pre viously believed) and that it ie an intraocular sense organ and is concerned... of fsloonifora birds, X ef' s boriaont;. 2 meet%, . 'r~, 5ees&;l~ gg m?, 4m~ pox'~i~&p ef; the aye ~ 4amQea ieh~4aa eaNa eue ~ xamMe 2Qhc. M~aLu ~4 qgo ++ X eye gf g4t 4~~~ 8y6 'Nip"~s 6~ 4 4+8 Vy'P "Qpp'. ' y Cps ~ pad cv Rect C X - Keie X4fo...

  8. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2007, 90, 467477. With 3 figures 2007 The Linnean Society of London, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2007, 90, 467477 467

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    Bortolotti, Gary R.

    or prey? JUAN JOS╔ NEGRO1 , GARY R. BORTOLOTTI2 * and JOS╔ HERN┴N SARASOLA1 1 Department of Applied), and, more recently, the Eurasian hobby (Falco subbuteo L.) (Negro, Grande & Sarasola, 2004

  9. Novel mechanisms of chick resistance to Salmonellosis: effect of concurrent infection and Salmonella-immune lymphokine administration

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    Ray, Pamela Maedine


    . enteri tidis or S. typhimurium 23 Salmonella isolates recovered from organs or ceca of day-old Leghorn chicks following consecutive per os administration of S. enteri tidis or S. typhimuri um Effect of simultaneous Salmonella serovar challenges... 25 26 Effect of Salmonella enteritidis-immune lymphokine or vehicle (control) administration on S. enteritidis, S. typhimurium, or S. anatum organ invasion in two trials. 57 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE Effect of Salmonella enteri tidis...

  10. TrekISM Issue 11

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    successful in eradicating this affliction. The following Starho(l)tsnl'l.vebeen perpetrated by one of our newer members I Mike Koenigsberg (P.O.Box 272, Hibbing, MN 55746) * What is the Horta's favorite occupation? ??Hortaculture, naturally. *Wha t is a...'s in diameter (AU=Astronomical unit the distance from E~th t~_the su~) 10=Chief DiFalco l~=wh~n Kirk m~es an entry in the' Captain's Log 12= Kirk 13-a securJ.ty guard 14=a commumcatJ.ons stahon 15-,Kirk, "Thataway" 16=Chief DiFalco 17: McCoy ~8=ma...

  11. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 46(4), 2010, pp. 13211324 # Wildlife Disease Association 2010

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    Figuerola, Jordi

    Prevalence of Neutralizing Antibodies to West Nile Virus in Eleonora's Falcons in the Canary Islands Laura (Falco eleonorae) migrate to the Canary Islands annually from WNV-endemic regions. To investigate migration. Key words: Canary Islands, Eleonora's Falcon, louse flies, neutralizing antibodies, West Nile

  12. Effects of corticosterone pellets on baseline and stress-induced corticosterone and corticosteroid-binding-globulin

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    Alvarez, Nadir

    Effects of corticosterone pellets on baseline and stress-induced corticosterone and corticosteroid-degradable corticosterone pellets (implanted under the skin) in elevating plasma corticosterone levels. We monitored to handling in Eurasian kestrel Falco tinnunculus and barn owl Tyto alba nestlings. Corticosterone pellets

  13. Abstract Bird mortality is heavily affected by birds of prey. Under attack, take-off is crucial for survival and

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    Abstract Bird mortality is heavily affected by birds of prey. Under attack, take-off is crucial respond differently depending on the character of the predator's attack and these split-second decisions were studied using a model merlin (Falco columbarius) that attacked feeding blue tits (Parus caeruleus

  14. Golf Driving Toka Sticks

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    Shumway, John

    3D Engle Hall EGEL 3G Falcon Residence Hall FALCO 3E Mortuary Science Bldg. MSB 3G Mustang Res. Hall MUSTA 3E Phantom Res. Hall PHANT 5D Physical Ed. Center PEC 4G Talon Residence Hall TALON 3D Thomas Hall Visitor Parking Intercampus Shuttle BEE LAB APIARY ANNEX FIELD LAB Old Pecos Road SouthLennoxSt A B C D E

  15. Mitigation planning for raptors during mining

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    Platt, S.W. [Wyoming Dept. of Environmental Quality/Land Quality Division, Lander, WY (United States); Hargis, N.E. [Bridger Coal Co., Rock Springs, WY (United States)


    Birds of prey and their eggs, young and nests are protected by state and federal laws and regulations. Surface mining operators may experience conflicts with raptors when expanding into nesting areas or when raptors are attracted into mining areas. State and federal permits are required for disturbance or manipulation of birds of prey. Mitigation planning for raptors begins before mining and continues through mining. As conflict situations changes, so must the mitigation plan. Before each nesting season the mining schedule should be compared to areas of known raptor nesting activity. If overlap occurs, nest protection measures may be needed. Areas of potential conflict should be patrolled regularly to identify the presence of a raptor pair and nest starts. Should a raptor nest be built and eggs laid, a change in the mining schedule or an egg or brood manipulation may resolve the conflict. Bridger Coal Company has successfully mitigated conflicts with 3 raptor species. A ferruginous hawk (Buteo regalis) nest with brood was successfully relocated across a pit. Red-tailed hawk (B. jamaicensis) egg clutches were removed from 2 highwall nests and transported in a portable incubator to a commercial raptor propagator where they were hatched, fed and conspecifically imprinted until achieving self-thermoregulation. All chicks were returned to the mine and successfully placed into foster nests. A metal artificial nest ledge for a prairie falcon (Falco mexicanus) was constructed in a cliff and a traditional nesting ledge rendered inaccessible. The falcon pair successfully nested in the artificial ledge.

  16. Emission-Line Galaxy Surveys as Probes of the Spatial Distribution of Dwarf Galaxies. I. The University of Michigan Survey

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    Janice C. Lee; John J. Salzer; Jessica Rosenberg; Daniel Law


    Objective-prism surveys which select galaxies on the basis of line-emission are extremely effective at detecting low-luminosity galaxies and constitute some of the deepest available samples of dwarfs. In this study, we confirm that emission-line galaxies (ELGs) in the University of Michigan (UM) objective-prism survey (MacAlpine et al. 1977-1981) are reliable tracers of large-scale structure, and utilize the depth of the samples to examine the spatial distribution of low-luminosity (M$_{B} > $ -18.0) dwarfs relative to higher luminosity giant galaxies (M$_{B} \\leq$ -18.0) in the Updated Zwicky Catalogue (Falco et al. 1999). New spectroscopic data are presented for 26 UM survey objects. We analyze the relative clustering properties of the overall starbursting ELG and normal galaxy populations, using nearest neighbor and correlation function statistics. This allows us to determine whether the activity in ELGs is primarily caused by gravitational interactions. We conclude that galaxy-galaxy encounters are not the sole cause of activity in ELGs since ELGs tend to be more isolated and are more often found in the voids when compared to their normal galaxy counterparts. Furthermore, statistical analyses performed on low-luminosity dwarf ELGs show that the dwarfs are less clustered when compared to their non-active giant neighbors. The UM dwarf samples have greater percentages of nearest neighbor separations at large values and lower correlation function amplitudes relative to the UZC giant galaxy samples. These results are consistent with the expectations of galaxy biasing.