Synonyms for sangihe or Related words with sangihe

talaud              banggai              tanimbar              wetar              misool              waigeo              seram              togian              mentawai              halmahera              siberut              calamian              bawean              sangir              enggano              kangean              yapen              cicadabird              kepulauan              batanta              megapodius              nicobariensis              philippensis              lomblen              salawati              celebes              bacan              samarensis              spilornis              sumbawa              tagula              saparua              sipora              moluccensis              ponapensis              sumba              tukangbesi              kofiau              mentawi              natuna              seebohmi              mangaia              yamdena              anthracoceros              celebensis              vanikoro              maratua              petinomys              kasiruta              taliabu             



Examples of "sangihe"
The Sangihe scops owl ("Otus collari") is an owl endemic to the island of Sangihe.
Grouping Talaud together with Sangihe, there are 77 islands in the Talaud-Sangihe archipelagoes, of which 56 are inhabited. The total population of the Talaud and Sangihe islands was 209,574 in 2010.
Mount Sahendaruman is home to three critically endangered and two endangered endemic bird species, the cerulean paradise flycatcher, Sangihe shrikethrush, Sangihe white-eye, elegant sunbird and Sangihe hanging parrot.
The Sangihe Islands Regency ("Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe") is a regency of North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The principal island is also named Sangihe, on which lies the main town of Tahuna.
The Sangihe white-eye ("Zosterops nehrkorni") is a species of bird in the white-eye family. It is endemic to Sangihe, Indonesia.
The Sangihe hanging parrot ("Loriculus catamene") is a small (length: 12-13.5 cm) parrot endemic to the small island of Sangihe, north of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The Sangihe tarsier ("Tarsius sangirensis"), also known as Sangihe Island tarsier, is a small primate found on Sangir Island, which is located about 200 kilometers north-east of the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. In 2008 a population of the Sangihe tarsier was determined to be a distinct species, the Siau Island tarsier ("Tarsius tumpara").
"On the East." A line from Tinaca Point, the Southern point of Mindanao, to the North point of pulau Sangihe Besar () thence through the pulau-pulau Sangihe to Tanjung Puisan, the Northeast extreme of Celebes [Sulawesi].
An Indonesian endemic, the elegant sunbird is distributed to the island of Sangihe, north of Sulawesi. It is found and locally common in the forests and plantations near Mount Sahendaruman in southern Sangihe.
Mount Sahendaruman is an extinct volcano located in southern part of Indonesian island of Sangihe .
Asura nigriciliata is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is found on the Sangihe Islands.
Both Sangihe and Talaud have small airstrips serviced by Merpati Nusantara Airlines once a week.
This species resides in Sulawesi, Sangihe, Banggai (Peleng) and Sula (Mangole).
Tampea acanthocera is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It is found on Sangihe.
The Sangihe shrikethrush or Sangihe whistler ("Coracornis sanghirensis") is a species of bird in the family Pachycephalidae. It is endemic to Sangihe Island in Indonesia. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. Originally, the Sangihe shrikethrush was described in the genus "Pinarolestes", and has been classified by some authorities as belonging to the genera "Dendrocincla". It was re-calassified from the genus "Colluricincla" to "Coracornis" in 2013. Alternate names include the large Tyrannine woodcreeper, Sahengbalira shrike-thrush and Sangir whistler.
The Sangihe tectonic plate is named after the island arc and is very active.
KRI Karang Unarang (985) was transferred to Sangihe region to serve as commercial ship.
The existence of Sangihe as a tectonic plate separate from the Molucca Sea Plate is not yet entirely agreed upon by geologists. Some see Sangihe as a western slab of the Molucca Sea Plate, just as they regard Halmahera as an eastern slab of the Molucca Sea Plate. What is apparent to date is that Sangihe was part of the Molucca Sea slab subducted during the Neogene between 45 Ma and 25 Ma.
Sangihe Plate has recently (1990s) been postulated to be a microplate within the Molucca Sea Collision Zone of eastern Indonesia.
Troides dohertyi, the Talaud black birdwing, is a birdwing butterfly endemic to the Talaud and Sangihe islands.