Synonyms for onychoprion_fuscatus or Related words with onychoprion_fuscatus

slender_billed_prion_pachyptila              chinstrap_penguin_pygoscelis_antarctica              sterna_striata              antarctic_prion_pachyptila_desolata              masked_booby_sula_dactylatra              fulmar_prion              white_fronted_tern              broad_billed_prion              puffinus_opisthomelas              aleuticus              fairy_prion_pachyptila_turtur              westland_petrel              pygoscelis_adeliae              jouanin_petrel_bulweria_fallax              warbler_acrocephalus              pachyptila_vittata              aleutian_tern_onychoprion              pycrofti              bulweria_fallax              puffinus_gavia              pachyptila_crassirostris              tachybaptus_novaehollandiae              tristrami              pycroft_petrel              bailloni              thalasseus_bengalensis              woodcock_scolopax              puffinus_huttoni              bulweria_bulwerii              tern_hydroprogne_caspia_sandwich              aythya_valisineria              fluttering_shearwater              recurvirostra_novaehollandiae              larus_dominicanus              creatopus              grebe_poliocephalus_poliocephalus              kerguelen_petrel              woodpecker_yungipicus              salvin_prion_pachyptila_salvini              elseyornis_melanops              pelecanoides              galapagos_shearwater              scopoli_shearwater              buff_breasted_sandpiper              sula_sula              balaenarum              hourglass_dolphin_lagenorhynchus_cruciger              hutton_shearwater              humboldt_penguin_spheniscus              vanikorensis             



Examples of "onychoprion_fuscatus"
Onychoprion fuscatus fuscatus – Atlantic sooty tern
Onychoprion fuscatus nubilosus – Indopacific sooty tern
Numerous seabirds dominate the islet including "Anous stolidus", "Anous minutus", "Onychoprion fuscatus", white-tailed tropic bird ("Phaethon lepturus") and the brown booby ("Sula leucogaster") These are also founded on the neighboring islet.
An estimated 143,000 birds use the atoll, mainly masked booby (Sula dactylatra), brown booby (Sula leucogaster), brown noddy (Anous stolidus), black noddy (Anous minutus) and sooty tern (Onychoprion fuscatus).
The sooty tern ("Onychoprion fuscatus") (formerly "Sterna fuscata"), is a seabird of the tern family, (Sternidae). The genus name is from Ancient Greek "onux", "claw", and "prion", "nail". The specific "fuscatus" is Latin for "dark".
Numerous seabirds dominate the islet including brown noddy ("Anous stolidus"), "Anous minutus", "Onychoprion fuscatus", white-tailed tropic bird ("Phaethon lepturus") and the brown booby ("Sula leucogaster") These are also founded on the neighboring islet.
The Tinhosas islands are home to the largest seabird colonies in the Gulf of Guinea, with breeding colonies of sooty terns ("Onychoprion fuscatus", 100,000 breeding pairs), black noddies ("Anous minutus", 10,000–20,000 breeding pairs), brown noddies ("Anous stolidus", 4,000–8,000 breeding pairs), brown boobies
The occasional villagers of Marie Louise Island used to poach eggs illegally on the island, when The island was a base for the commercial exploitation of seabirds, especially the eggs of the sooty terns ("Onychoprion fuscatus"). recent years the island was made a reservation, and is visited once a year shortly by IDC members and scientists from Mahe.
Due to the storm, many sooty terns ("Onychoprion fuscatus") were swept inland from the coast for only the second time in recorded history. Overall, 87 people perished in the cyclone while 80,000 others were directly affected. Several years after the passage of the system, an appeal was launched for money from the Government of South Africa, asking them to pay for the damaged roads, but because the road was built by a private company, the appeal was denied.
UPOV was first isolated on Upolu Cay in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia in 1966, from soft-bodied ticks of the species "Ornithodoros capensis" associated with the sooty tern ("Onychoprion fuscatus"). No natural vertebrate host has been identified, but the virus is highly pathogenic to mice in laboratory infections. The virion can either be spherical, with a diameter in the range 75–95 nm, or slightly ovoid, with a range of dimensions from 75 nm × 85 nm to 105 nm × 120 nm. The genome has six RNA segments. It is most similar to ABV, with some similarity to THOV and JOSV.
The island was proclaimed a wildlife sanctuary in 1934 primarily for protection of seabirds granting it full legal protection by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry Division. Key species identified in the sanctuary protection include the sooty tern ("Onychoprion fuscatus") and brown noddy ("Anous stolidus"). The island is a nesting ground for these species during the months of March and July. Other species noted on the island include the sandwich tern ("Thalasseus sandvicensis"), grey-breasted martin ("Progne chalybea"), magnificent frigatebird ("Fregata magnificens"), and brown booby ("Sula leucogaster").
There are few seabirds, probably due to the presence of rats and feral pigs. Unlike the other two atolls of the group, (Aldabra and Cosmoledo), there are no predator-free islets except for a few small sandbanks close to the lagoon entrance. At the lagoon, Caspian terns ("Hydroprogne caspia") will often be seen but it is not known whether or not they ever breed on the sandbanks. Indopacific sooty terns ("Onychoprion fuscatus nubilosus") and western black-naped terns ("Sterna sumatrana mathewsi") have also been reported, but there are no confirmed breeding records. Green turtles ("Chelonia mydas") remain very common here despite years of exploitation and remarkably high numbers will be seen on dives or from tender trips to the lagoon entrance close to high tide.