Synonyms for melanops or Related words with melanops

flavifrons              albogularis              melanurus              rufiventris              rufifrons              nigriceps              melanocephalus              nitidula              capistrata              flaveola              superciliaris              nuchalis              brachypterus              flavicans              nigripes              nigrifrons              gutturalis              castaneiceps              ruficauda              hyperythra              lunulata              auriceps              rueppell              hartlaubi              conirostrum              nigrogularis              bifasciatus              lunulatus              aurifrons              pulchellus              cinerascens              bananaquit              scutatus              lugubris              conopophaga              cracticus              virgatus              plumbea              celebensis              ruficeps              jobiensis              flaviventris              lathami              rutilans              arfakianus              albiceps              infuscatus              coracina              melanotis              undulatus             

Examples of "melanops"
"Helmeted honeyeater" Lichenostomus melanops cassidix
The black-faced coucal ("Centropus melanops") is a species of cuckoo in the Cuculidae family.
The eastern races are sometimes regarded as a separate species, the black-faced prinia ("P. melanops").
The tawny-crowned honeyeater ("Gliciphila melanops") is a passerine bird native to southern Australia.
Psilocerea melanops is a species of moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in Uganda.
Megachile melanops is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Cockerell in 1937.
The black-bellied fruit bat ("Melonycteris melanops") is a species of order chiroptera in the family Pteropodidae.
The Macedonian vimba or Malamída ("Vimba melanops") is a European freshwater fish species in the family Cyprinidae.
Birds typical of the freshwater marshes include wren-like rushbird ("Phleocryptes melanops") and orange-breasted thornbird ("Phacellodomus ferrugineigula").
The hooded seedeater ("Sporophila melanops") is a mysterious bird from Brazil from the genus of typical seedeaters ("Sporophila"). It is only known by the male holotype from 1823.
Percichthys melanops is a species of temperate perch endemic to Chile, where it occurs in pre-Andean streams. This species can reach TL.
Conalia melanops is a beetle in the "Conalia" genus, which is in the "Mordellidae" family. It was described in 1946 by Ray.
Eoophyla melanops is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Hampson in 1896. It is found in India (Sikkim).
The wren-like rushbird ("Phleocryptes melanops") is a species of bird in the family Furnariidae. It is monotypic within the genus Phleocryptes.
Glaucopsyche melanops, the black-eyed blue, is a butterfly of the Lycaenidae family. It is found in the western part of Southern Europe and North Africa.
Early development of "Minytrema melanops" is quite similar to that of other catostomids. You can identify larvae by fin ray counts, myomere counts, and pigmentation
The black-faced solitaire ("Myadestes melanops") is a bird in the thrush family endemic to highlands in Costa Rica and western Panama.
French naturalist Louis Jean Pierre Vieillot described the black-cheeked gnateater in 1818, giving it the species name "melanops" from the Ancient Greek words "melas" "black" and "ops" "face". The black-cheeked gnateater has three subspecies:
In Meandro del Say, 22 bird species have been registered. The wetland hosts among others the blue-winged teal ("Anas discors"), northern shoveler ("Anas clypeata"), masked duck ("Nomonyx dominicus") and spot-flanked gallinule ("Gallinula melanops bogotensis").
The spot-flanked gallinule ("Porphyriops melanops") is a species of bird in the family Rallidae. It is monotypic in the genus Porphyriops. It is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay.