Strigiformes


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Strigiformes

the order of birds containing the owls.
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Many authors reported on the number and distribution of RGCs in Strigiformes raptors which differ with activity patterns and habitat (Oehme; Bravo & Pettigrew, 1981; Gunturkun, 2000; Lisney et al.): all these studies are carried out using retinal wholemounts.
2005: Contribution to the study of the diet of four owl species (Aves, Strigiformes) from mainland and island areas of Greece.
Strigiformes: Glaucidium brasilianum "paca paca", registrada una sola vez por personal del INRENA en el ano 2000.
El tercer Orden es el de las rapaces nocturnas Strigiformes, aves que tienen los ojos dirigidos hacia adelante, de modo que ambos miran en la misma direccion y estan rodeados por discos de plumas radiales.
Other forest breeding raptors mentioned in literary writings include owls (Strigiformes spp.), eagles (gen.
An updated checklist of the food items of the Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus: Strigiformes: Strigidae) in Oklahoma.
/Anas sp.) 2 corvids (Corvidae) 2 --jackdaw (Corvus monedula) 1 --crow/rook/jackdaw/raven (Corvus sp.) 2 3 owl (Strigiformes) 1 1 charadriiform (Charadriiformes) 1 gruiform (Gruiformes) passerines (Passeriformes) --trushes (Turdidae) Rodents (Rodentia) 1 cricetids (Cricetidae) 45 (11) Amphibians (Amphibia) 2 Mole (Talpa europaea) 2 ?
MOTTA-JUNIOR, J.C., 2006.--Relacoes troficas entre cinco Strigiformes simpatricas na regiao central do Estado de Sao Paulo, Brasil.
Valores por encima de 100 indican accion de aves rapaces nocturnas (Strigiformes) y debajo de este numero podria indicar actividad humana.
Order Passeriformes was dominating with 57% species followed by Anseriformes (7%), Charadriiformes and Accipitriformes (6%) each, Columbiformes (5%), Galliformes and Falconiformes (4%) each, Pelecaniformes (3%), Coraciiformes and Gruiformes (2%) each, and Bucerotiformes, Apodiformes, Caprimulgiformes, Piciformes, Suliformes and Strigiformes (1%) each.
Owls are birds of the order Strigiformes and include about 200 species of mostly solitary and nocturnal birds of prey typified by an upright stance, a large, broad head, binocular vision and binaural hearing, and feathers adapted for silent flight.