Synonyms for albicilla or Related words with albicilla

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Examples of "albicilla"
The pyralid moth "Salebriopsis albicilla" occurs here.
Western capercaillie, "Tetrao urogallus", and white-tailed eagle, "Haliaeetus albicilla", are reintroductions of formerly breeding species.
In the winter, some smaller lakes east of Lund often attracts young Eurasian sea eagles ("Haliaeetus albicilla").
Nerita albicilla, common name the blotched nerite, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Neritidae.
"Haliaeetus albicilla", "Crex crex", "Podiceps griseigena", "Cygnus cygnus", "Sterna caspia" "Cepphus grylle", "Columba oenas", "Anthus cervinus", "Caldiris alpina", "Anser erythropus", "Larus fuscus" ja "Eptesicus nilssoni".
Antaeotricha albicilla is a moth in the Depressariidae family. It was described by Philipp Christoph Zeller in 1854. It is found in Venezuela.
The first formal description of the white-tailed eagle was by the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus in 1758 in the tenth edition of his "Systema Naturae" under the binomial name "Falco albicilla". The genus "Haliaeetus" was introduced in 1809 by the French naturalist Marie Jules César Savigny in the "Description de l'Égypte". The name "Haliaeetus" is New Latin for "sea-eagle", from Ancient Greek "hali-", "sea-" and "aetos", "eagle". The specific "albicilla", "white-tailed", is from New Latin "albi-", "white" and "cilla", "tail".
In addition, these sites are ideal bedding and nesting sites for birds: white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), golden eagle ("Aquila chrysaetos") and the lesser spotted eagle ("Aquila pomarina") which is under strict protection overall.
Birds like white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), European green woodpecker ("Picus viridis"), owl ("Strigiformes"), grey heron ("Ardea cinerea"), European cuckoo ("Cuculus canorus"), kingfisher ("Coraciiformes"), black stork ("Ciconia nigra)") and hoopoe ("Upupa epops") are observed in the area.
Salebriopsis is a genus of snout moths. It was described by Hannemann in 1965. It contains only one species Salebriopsis albicilla, which is found in most of Europe, except Ireland, Portugal, most of the Balkan Peninsula and Ukraine.
The male of the similar taiga flycatcher, "Ficedula albicilla", has the reddish-orange area limited to the throat and the top of the breast, and lacks the black border.
The Asian species "Ficedula albicilla", previously considered a subspecies of the red-breasted flycatcher, has the red throat surrounded by grey and a different song. It is usually now separated as the taiga flycatcher (Pallas, 1811).
Among rare mammals species there are Persian gazelle (Gazella sulguturossa), wild boar, wolf, jackal, jungle cat (Felis chaus), fox, badger, European hare and others. Persian gazelle (Gazella sulguturossa), Francolinus francolinus, bustard (Otidis), little bustard (Otis tetrax), white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), steppe eagle (Aquila nipalensis), peregrine (Falco peregrinus), saker falcon (Falco cherrug) and Mediterranean turtle are listed in Red Book.
White-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla") are also known as eagle of the rain, sea grey eagle, erne, gray eagle, and white-tailed sea-eagle — is a large bird of prey in the family Accipitridae which includes other raptors such as hawks, kites, and harriers. It is considered a close cousin of the bald eagle and occupies the same ecological niche, but in Eurasia.
Zoologists generally exclude from the "feral" category animals that were genuinely wild before they escaped from captivity: neither lions escaped from a zoo nor the sea eagles ("Haliaeetus albicilla") recently re-introduced into the UK are regarded as feral. Wild (i.e. non-domesticated) species naturalized into a new territory are not normally considered feral animals.
The Mariana kingfisher ("Todiramphus albicilla") is a species of bird in the family Alcedinidae. It is endemic to the Mariana Islands. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and plantations. It was formerly considered a subspecies of the collared kingfisher.
The genus name is from Latin and refers to a small fig-eating bird ("ficus", "fig") supposed to change into the blackcap in winter. The specific "albicilla" is from Latin "albus", white, and New Latin "cilla" tail; this meaning of "cilla" arose from a misunderstanding of "motacilla", the name for the wagtail.
The globally extinct species are the Sardinian dhole, "Megaloceros cazioti", Corsican giant shrew, Tyrrhenian mole, Sardinian pika, Corsican-Sardinian vole, Corsican-Sardinian wood mouse, "Bubo insularis" and "Athene angelis". Birds were especially hard-hit. Some that were eradicated from the vicinity are "Haliaeetos albicilla" and "Aquila heliaca".
"N. albicilla" grows up to 4 cm; its shell surface is smooth or with slight transverse ridges; it has small pustules and four weak teeth on the columella. Its outer shell color is variegated black and white, occasionally with three conspicuous bands. The interior is white, with a pinkish-grey, granular operculum.
Anda Island is a nature reserve with a large population of birds and seals approximately north of the island of Langøya. Birds that can be spotted on the island include the white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), puffin ("Fratercula arctica"), great cormorant ("Phalacrocorax carbo"), shag ("Phalacrocorax aristotelis"), black-legged kittiwake ("Rissa tridactyla"), common guillemot ("Uria aalge") and razorbill ("Alca torda").