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-   (Linnaeus, 1758) Distribution of the three subspecies Synonyms List Bos mauretanicus Thomas, 1881 Bosurus minutus v. D. Malsburg, 1911 Bos namadicus Falconer...
- bird species to be described scientifically, its congener Pelagornis mauretanicus was only named in 2008. It was a slightly distinct and markedly younger...
- The Balearic shearwater (Puffinus mauretanicus) is a medium-sized shearwater in the seabird family Procellariidae. Puffinus is a New Latin loanword based...
- Chrysocrambus mauretanicus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Müller-Rutz in 1931. It is found in North Africa, where it has been recorded...
- Tomares mauretanicus mauretanicus (Algeria) Tomares mauretanicus antonius (Brévignon, 1984) (Middle Atlas in Morocco) Tomares mauretanicus amelnorum...
- monotypic moth genus in the family Cossidae. Its sole species, Brachygystia mauretanicus, is found in Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria and Mauritania. Beccaloni, G.;...
- on the growth pattern and structure of the pseudoteeth in Pelagornis mauretanicus shows more support of Odontoanserae as both groups have "soft rhamphotheca...
- recognized as having three subspecies: T. cancriformis cancriformis, T. c. mauretanicus, and T. c. simplex. Also, the albino form has the special name of T....
- Common blackbird Male T. m. merula Female T. m. mauretanicus Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific cl****ification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum:...
- (2013). "Structure and Growth Pattern of Pseudoteeth in Pelagornis mauretanicus (Aves, Odontopterygiformes, Pelagornithidae)". PLoS ONE. 8 (11): e80372...
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