Charadriiformes


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Charadriiformes

the order of birds containing waders (shorebirds), auks, gulls and terns.
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Un sous-echantillon de la rembourrure de plumes a ete analyse au microscope, ce qui a permis d'identifier trois ordres aviaires : Anseriformes (eider), Suliformes (cormoran) et Charadriiformes (goeland non specifie).
Mites of this subfamily are restricted exclusively to the birds of the order Charadriiformes (Mironov and Dabert, 1995).
Of these 57% species belong to order Passeriformes, 7% to Anseriformes, 6% each to Charadriiformes and Accipitriformes, 5% to Columbiformes, 4% each to Galliformes and Falconiformes,3% each to Coraciiformes and Ciconiiformes, 2% to Gruiformes and 1% each to Apodiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Piciformes, Suliformes and Strigiformes.
The overall objective of the LIFE+ ENVOLL project is to improve the conservation status of colonial Charadriiformes species listed in the Birds Directive in 9 Natura 2000 sites along the French Mediterranean coast.
11) Piscivorous birds, such as those in the order Charadriiformes, who ate these virus-laden fish would have the virus in their gastrointestinal tract, where influenza virus receptors are concentrated.
Sin embargo, son las aves acuaticas, particularmente las especies de los ordenes Anseriformes (patos, gansos y cisnes) (3, 11) y Charadriiformes (gaviotas) (11) las que constituyen el mayor reservorio (3).
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.
supracoracoidei; HOPE, 2002), this combination of characters probably reflects a plesiomorphic morphology, and thus the referral of Lamarqueavis to Charadriiformes is unwarranted (HOPE, 2002; see also LONGRICH, 2008).
These include the Anseriformes, Pelecaniformes, Gruiformes, Charadriiformes, and Passeriformes.
Family Gymnophallidae (Odhner 1905) comprises a small group of digeneans that live in the intestine, gall-bladder and bursa Fabricii of Charadriiformes (shore birds) and Anseriformes (diving ducks) that feed primarily on intertidal lamellibranchs, gastropods and benthic polychaetes (Nolso 2002).
grus (Linnaeus), common crane I R Order Charadriiformes (shorebirds, gulls, auks, and allies) Family Charadriidae (plovers) Charadrius alexandrinus I R Linnaeus, snowy plover C.
The most common birds along beaches belong to the order of the Charadriiformes and include families such as the plovers (Charadiidae), oystercatchers (Haematopodidae), sandpipers, stints, curlews and snipes (Scolopacidae), and gulls and terns (Laridae).