1 edition of bibliography of the duck tribe, Anatidae found in the catalog.
bibliography of the duck tribe, Anatidae
Title page in Japanese and English.
|Contributions||Kuroda, Nagamichi, 1889-1978.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||852 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||852|
The dabbling duck group, of worldwide distribution, was delimited in a study to include eight genera and some 50–60 living species. However, Salvadori's teal is almost certainly closely related to the pink-eared duck, and other genera are likewise of unresolved affiliation. The peculiar marbled duck, formerly tentatively assigned to the dabbling ducks, is thought to be a diving duck . Introduction to the Family Anatidae xvii Brant 83 Tribe Anseranatini (Magpie Goose) Red-breasted Goose 86 Magpie Goose 3 Tribe Cereopsini (Cape Barren Goose) Tribe Dendrocygnini (Whistling or Tree Ducks) Cape Barren Goose 93 Spotted Whistling Duck 7 Tribe Stictonettini (Freckled Duck) Plumed Whistling Duck 8 Freckled Duck
The Anatinae is a subfamily of the family Anatidae (swans, geese and ducks). Its surviving members are the dabbling ducks, which feed mainly at the surface rather than by diving. The other members of the Anatinae are the extinct moa-nalo, a young but highly apomorphic lineage derived from the dabbling ducks. There has been much debate about the dabbling ducks' . The Whistling Duck. In the order of Anseriformes (water fowl with webbed feet) is the family of Anatidae family consists of swans, geese and ducks. Within the family is a tribe of whistling ducks called week's bird of the week is in that tribe of ducks and is the species 'Dendrocygna Autumnalis, or the Black Bellied Whistling Duck.
Afrikaans: Bloubekeend čeština: Kachnice africká English: Maccoa Duck français: Érismature maccoa svenska: Afrikansk kopparand. The Anseriformes is a well-known and widely distributed bird order, with more than species in the world. This paper aims to revise the classification, determine the phylogenetic relationships and diversification patterns in Anseriformes by exploring the Cyt b, ND2, COI genes and the complete mitochondrial genomes (mito-genomes). Molecular phylogeny and genetic .
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A bibliography of the duck tribe, Anatidae, mostly from toexclusive of that of Dr. Phillip's work. A bibliography of the duck tribe, Anatidae, mostly from toexclusive of that of Dr. Phillips's work (). Title. A monograph on the anatidae, or duck tribe.
Eyton, T. (Thomas Campbell), Hullmandel, Charles Joseph,printer of plates. Lear. Title. A monograph on the anatidae or duck tribe. Eyton, T. (Thomas Campbell), Type. Book Material. Published material. Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Eyton, T.C. (Thomas Campbell), Synopsis on the anatidae or duck tribe.
Wellington, Salop, R. Anatidae comprises 49 genera in 5 subfamilies: Anatinae, Anserinae, Dendrocygninae, Stictonettinae, and Tadorninae.
The largest subfamily, Anatinae, includes eight groups: Tadornini (shelducks and allies: five genera, 14 species); Tachyerini (steamer ducks: one genus, four species); Cairini (perching ducks and allies: nine genera, 13 species); Merganettini (Torrent Duck.
The Anatidae are the biological family of water birds that includes ducks, geese, and family has a cosmopolitan distribution, occurring on all the world's birds are adapted for swimming, floating on the water surface, and in some cases diving in at least shallow family contains around species in 43 genera.
(The magpie goose is no longer. A monograph on the anatidae, or duck tribe by Eyton, T. This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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Duck, any of various species of relatively small, short-necked, large-billed true ducks—i.e., those classified in the subfamily Anatinae in the waterfowl family Anatidae—the legs are placed rearward, as in swans, rather than forward, as.
Family Anatidae Ducks, Geese and Swans Vol. I, pages - Recommended citation Carboneras, C. Family Anatidae (Ducks, Geese and Swans) and tribes, whereas there is much more.
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Eyton: : Books. Whistling duck taxonomy, including that of the entire infraorder Anseriformes, is complicated and disputed. Under a traditional classification proposed by ornithologist Jean Théodore Delacour based on morphological and behavioral traits, whistling ducks belong to the tribe Dendrocygnini under the family Anatidae and subfamily Anserinae.
The male Wood Duck Aix sponsa was at Santee Lakes, near San Diego, California, on 10 Apr The male Ring-necked Duck Aythya collaris was in Tuolumne Co., California, on 27 Jan The imm. male Surf Scoter Melanitta perspicillata and Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis were at Moss Landing, California, on.
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Dabbling duck, any of about 38 species of Anas and about 5 species in other genera, constituting the tribe Anatini, subfamily Anatinae, family Anatidae (order Anseriformes). They feed mainly on water plants, which they obtain. An illustration of an open book.
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A monograph on the anatidae or duck tribe by Eyton, Thomas Campbell, Publication date Topics Anatidae Publisher London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green.
Eyton publicou History of the Rarer British Birds (), A Monograph on the Anatidae, Or Duck Tribe (), A History of Oyster and Oyster Fisheries () e Osteologia Avium (–78). Ao redor defundou a colección "Herd Book of Hereford Cattle" (Libros do gando Hereford), que editaría até The comfort movements of Anatidae are described in detail on the basis of observations on species including representatives of all tribes except the Torrent Ducks (Merganetta).
and Preen-behind-wing are widely distributed displays in the duck tribes. There is much variation in their frequency and importance from species to species. Five. The 21 species of sea ducks are one of the larger subgroups (Tribe Mergini) of the waterfowl family Anatidae, and the 16 species (one historically extinct) that are native to North America represent the largest number to be found on any continent, and also the largest number of endemic sea duck species native to any continent.
Although generally not important as game .A Bibliography of Edward Lear's Works [Zoological Illustrations] [Tennyson Music and Illustrations] Nonsense. A Book of Nonsense, by Derry Down Derry, London, Thomas McLean,A Monograph of the Anatidae, or Duck Tribe, London, The Zoology of Captain Beechey's Voyage, London.This volume, the fourth in a series of books that collectively update and expand P.
A. Johnsgard’s The Waterfowl of North America, summarizes research findings on this economically and ecologically important group of waterfowl. The volume includes the mostly tropical perching duck tribe Cairinini, of which two species, the muscovy duck and the wood duck, are .