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glaucous

(of plant structures) bluish.
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The strong positive relationships between annual numbers of glaucous gull nests and both common eider and snow goose nests on Alaskan Beaufort Sea barrier islands (Fig.
Key words: arctic fox, Alopex lagopus, driftwood habitat, egg depredation, glaucous gull, Larus hyperboreus, polar bear, Ursus maritimus
They are two versions of the lady tulip, Tulipa clusiana, a dainty species with refined flowers and slender, glaucous foliage.
our tulips are in full swing the exception of two, which about to show their true They are two versions of tulip, Tulipa clusiana, a species with refined and slender, glaucous with pink and white is aptly named 'Peppermint Stick' and the other is a of pale yellow and pink called 'Cynthia'.
The entire world population of the Glaucous Gull Larus hyperboreus breeds in the circumpolar Arctic.
Younger twigs were slightly glaucous, and did not carry any buds.
Our trip started at Anderton Marina, near Northwich, where we took possession of Glaucous Gull, a modern 66ft craft.
One of the best spurges, which will thrive happily in shade, is euphorbia martinii, a hybrid between euphorbia amygdaloides, our native wood spurge, and the glaucous Mediterranean euphorbia characias or wulfenii.
Dawn, glaucous, lays its wet face across the highway.
The large numbers of gulls from the Arctic remained into last week, including an ivory-white Glaucous Gull patrolling the coast between Aberdesach and Dinas Dinlle.
though some, like the cerulean glaucous macaw, could not survive the
This bold variegated Spurge has green foliage with a glaucous hue, edged in contrasting creamy-white.