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Definition of T rubicolus

T rubicolus
Turtledove Tur"tle*dove`, n. [See 1ts Turtle.] 1. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of pigeons belonging to Turtur and allied genera, native of various parts of the Old World; especially, the common European species (Turtur vulgaris), which is noted for its plaintive note, affectionate disposition, and devotion to its mate. Note: The South African turtledove (T. albiventris), and the ashy turtledove of India (T. rubicolus), are similar to the European species in their habits. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of pigeons more or less resembling the true turtledoves, as the American mourning dove (see under Dove), and the Australian turtledove (Stictopelia cuneata). Note: The turtledove of the Scriptures is probably Turtur risorius, a species which is still plentiful in Egypt and other Eastern countries. It is closely allied to the European turtledove.

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- Euseius rubicolus is a species of mite in the family Phytoseiidae. "Euseius rubicolus". GBIF. Retrieved 2020-01-24. v t e...
- Ancistrocerus, Odynerus parietum, Cemonus unicolor, Nitela spinolae, Ectemnius rubicolus, Pison atrum, Psenulus pallipesi, Osmia aenea, Osmia giraudi and Chelostoma...
- Monticola solitarius Whinchat, Saxicola rubetra European stonechat, Saxicola rubicolus Siberian stonechat, Saxicola maurus Northern wheatear, Oenanthe oenanthe...
- hierosolomitus Benoist, 1935 Heriades punctulifer Schletterer, 1889 Heriades rubicolus PĂ©rez, 1890 Heriades truncorum (Linnaeus, 1758) Hofferia schmiedeknechti...
- Moraes, Denmark & Guerrero, 1982 Euseius rotundus (Blommers, 1973) Euseius rubicolus (van der Merwe & Ryke, 1964) Euseius ruiliensis (Wu & Li, 1985) Euseius...