Synonyms for bischoffi or Related words with bischoffi
Examples of "bischoffi"
is a species of paper wasps belonging to the family Vespidae.
is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae, the leaf-cutter, carder, or mason bees.
is a subspecies of ground beetle in the Carabinae family that is endemic to Turkey. The subspecies are either brown or green coloured.
is a subspecies of ground beetle from Carabinae subfamily that is endemic to Turkey. The subspecies are either brown or green coloured.
Bischoff's tree frog, Hypsiboas
, is a species of frog in the Hylidae family endemic to Brazil. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, rivers, freshwater lakes, freshwater marshes, and plantations .
" has a wingspan of and a body length of in females. These wasps are characterized by a blackish upper side of the antennae, by black cheeks and yellow jaws. The clypeus is yellow with a large black central stripe. Males show a yellow face. The body markings are variable.
The scientific and natural interest of this tiny group of islands lies in its marine biodiversity, its unique flora and many avian species that breed annually on its rock cliffs or use them on their stopover on normal migratory patterns. About 3% of the 9000 species of birds are marine species, the remaining are migratory species. The abundance of birds on the islands, at one time, made the islands an attractive hunting area for peoples of the region. At the end of the 19th century the German naturalist Ernst Schmitz noted that 20–22,000 Cory's shearwaters were hunted in September or October in the islands; the hunts continued until 1967. Madeiran expeditions to the islands were responsible for the killing of juvenile birds, for food, while their down was used to stuff pillows and comforters. Presently the islands are home or stopover for: Cory's shearwaters (approximately 14,000), white-faced storm-petrel (12,000), Bulwer's petrel (500), North Atlantic little shearwater (500), Madeiran storm-petrel (1000), yellow-legged gull, the roseate tern and Berthelot's pipit; which are subjects of annual scientific expeditions. Many of theses species are vulnerable to local predators, primarily from populations of brown rat and predatory bird species, like the yellow-legged gull, which will consume both eggs and chicks (the white-faced storm-petrel and Bulwer's petrel are primarily susceptible). These islands also have many endemic fauna species, including local snails and the unique gecko "Tarentola boettgeri
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