Synonyms for squamipila or Related words with squamipila

manadensis              ajaia              mariqua              namaquus              guainumbi              leptodactyla              cassicus              ptilocichla              tabuensis              melanopis              aubryana              bolemoreus              argyrops              maclachlani              musschenbroekii              loringi              oreocharis              leucogrammica              tacanensis              mackloti              mariquensis              strigocuscus              leogoron              pelengensis              chelidoptera              chloroptera              sarawakensis              chloroclada              neopsittacus              samarensis              gymnomystax              aplini              misoolensis              louisiadensis              caeruleirostris              fuscicauda              eisentrauti              polygonifolia              subcylindricus              trichoglossus              leucorynchus              ochraceiventer              himatione              pullicauda              nigroflava              baturitensis              chaunoproctus              gymnopithys              forstenii              dasycrotapha             



Examples of "squamipila"
The Hantu boobook, Seram boobook, or Hantu hawk-owl ("Ninox squamipila"), is a species of owl in the family Strigidae. It is found in Indonesia. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. It used to be considered a subspecies of the Moluccan boobook.
Of the 178 recorded species of birds, 10 are endemic to Buru and nearby islands: Buru racket-tail ("Prioniturus mada"), black-lored parrot ("Tanygnathus gramineus"), blue-fronted lorikeet ("Charmosyna toxopei"), Buru honeyeater ("Lichmera deningeri"), Buru cuckooshrike ("Coracina fortis"), streaky-breasted jungle-flycatcher ("Rhinomyias addita"), madanga ("Madanga ruficollis"), Buru white-eye ("Zosterops buruensis"), tawny-backed fantail ("Rhipidura superflua") and black-tipped monarch ("Monarcha loricatus"). Among those, the rufous-throated white-eye is regarded as endangered and the black-lored parrot and vulnerable (threatened) by the International Union for Conservation of Nature; both species were observed only in very limited areas of Buru island. There are another 19 birds that are near-endemic to Buru: rufous-necked sparrowhawk ("Accipiter erythrauchen"), dusky megapode ("Megapodius forstenii"), Moluccan megapode ("Megapodius wallacei"), white-eyed imperial pigeon ("Ducula perspicillata"), long-tailed mountain pigeon ("Gymnophaps mada"), red lory ("Eos bornea"), Moluccan hawk-owl ("Ninox squamipila"), Moluccan masked owl ("Tyto sororcula"), Wakolo myzomela ("Myzomela wakoloensis"), black-faced friarbird ("Philemon moluccensis"), drab whistler ("Pachycephala griseonota"), white-naped monarch ("Monarcha pileatus"), dark-grey flycatcher ("Myiagra galeata"), black-eared oriole ("Oriolus bouroensis"), pale cicadabird ("Coracina ceramensis"), Buru thrush ("Zoothera dumasi"), cinnamon-chested flycatcher ("Ficedula buruensis"), chestnut-backed bush-warbler ("Bradypterus castaneus") and flame-breasted flowerpecker ("Dicaeum erythrothorax"). Among butterflies, 25% of the Pieridae and 7% of the Papilionidae found on Buru are endemic to the island.