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(nā'grō),
Camillo, Italian neurologist, 1861-1927. See: Negro phenomenon.
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The village of Rio Negro, along with 32 other communities, was slated for destruction for the construction of the Chixoy Dam, a development project funded by the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank.
The geographic distribution of one species, Chestnut-headed Nunlet (Nonnula amaurocephala), and five subspecies, Greywinged Trumpeter (Psophia crepitans ochroptera), Ivory-billed Aracari (Pteroglossus azara azara), Lafresnayes's Piculet (Picumnus lafresnayi pusillus), Ruddy Spinetail (Synallaxis rutilans confinis), and Black-faced Antbird (Myrmoborus myotherinus ardesiacus) are restricted to the west of the lower Rio Negro and north of the Rio Solimoes.
The goal of the project was to capture a 50km stretch of the Rio Negro, and, along the way, train the local team that will keep the imaging gear to broaden the mission.
The group located the new species after traveling up an isolated stream off the Rio Negro tributary of the Amazon River near the city of Manaus, Brazil.
The inky waters of the Rio Negro soon ran alongside the white and yellowish waters of the Solimoes.
Since 1995, information about all cases of hantavirus infection from Rio Negro and most of Neuquen has been collected by M.
Our boat safari on the edges of the Rio Negro began as the sun was high in the sky and ended under the stars.
In all of Latin America domestic partner and civil union registration laws have been established so far only in the city of Buenos Aires and the province of Rio Negro in Argentina, and in the state of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil.
Inspired by Darwin's account of his experienced in Patagonia, retired Royal Navy Commander Musters landed at Gregory Bay in 1869 and spent nearly a year crossing the steppes to the Rio Negro.