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ci·ner·i·tious

(si'ner-ish'ŭs),
Ashen; denoting the gray matter of the brain, spinal cord, and ganglia.
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Apart from the cinereous vulture, they are the griffon, Egyptian and bearded vulture.
The cinereous vulture mainly feeds on the carcasses of rabbits, sheep and wild ungulates (see Hiraldo 1976, Corbacho et al.
These nest observations are only the second published for the cinereous mourner, and they fit with the proposal that mourners exhibit Batesian mimicry.
Minimum anesthetic concentration and cardiovascular dose-response relationship of isoflurane in cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus).
A small bird, yellowish and cinereous, of the grosbec species, appeared this day in the neighborhood of one of the sugar- camps on the river below, and was shot with an arrow by an Indian boy, who brought it to me.
Known and predicted African winter distributions and habitat use of the endangered Basra reed warbler (Acrocephalus griseldis) and the near-threatened cinereous bunting (Emberiza cineracea).
Sepals Oblong, apex obtuse or Narrowly apiculate, 2,5-3 cm obovate, broadly long acute; 2,4 cm long Petals Dark violet violet Stamens Inserted Exserted Tillandsia Tillandsia propagulifera platyphylla Plant size 3 m 1-1,6 m Leaf size length 60-65 cm 80 cm Sheath width 6,5 cm 15 cm Scales Cinereous Whitish Inflorescence Lax, 2-3 pinnate, Dense, 3 pinnate, flowers secund, flowers secund, spreading.
All morning it was Look at that cinereous cloud, and Look
A cinereous vulture crossed the sky, and a redfooted falcon plucked a vole out of the grass not thirty yards from our tires.
Abstract: To establish reference standards for ocular ultrasound and biometry, 24 cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus) (45 eyes) underwent B-rnode and A-mode ultrasonographic examination using a 12.5-MHz probe.
Shounther valley supports a blend of Western Himalaya's biodiversity of global priority for conservation (Myers et al., 2000), such as snow leopard (Panthera uncia), common leopard (Panthera pardus), brown bear (Ursus arctos), woolly flying squirrel (Eupetaurus cinereous), Himalayan snow cock (Tetraogallus himalayensis), and snow partridge (Lerwa lerwa).
Residing there are also many protected animals such as the argali sheep (Ovis ammon), the snow leopard (Panthera uncia), the wolf (Canis lupus), the stoat (Mustela erminea), the lynx (Lynx lynx), the cinereous vulture (Aegypius monachus), and the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos).