Jaeger

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Jae·ger

(yā'gĕr),
Eduard, Ritter von Jaxthal, Austrian ophthalmologist, 1818-1884. See: Jaeger test types.
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The predators detected were predominantly avian, with glaucous gulls and parasitic jaegers (Stercorarius parasiticus), making up more than 80% of the total detections (Table 1).
Migrating Parasitic Jaegers, on the other hand, offer an excellent system in which to investigate the formation mechanisms and ecological determinants of foraging group size.
Only pomarine and parasitic jaegers are close to shore, larger and more ponderous than their long-tailed cousins.