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  • "Buteo " s are typical accipitrids in most of their breeding behaviors.
  • There is no recorded information on the Lnai hookbill's breeding behavior.
  • They also differ in their breeding behaviors, such as the number of offspring.
  • It is not certain if this constitutes actual breeding behavior.
  • Spotted sunfish exhibit similar breeding behavior to other sunfishes.
  • For information on breeding behavior of soras, see.
  • The breeding behavior of eight species in " Indicator " and " Prodotiscus " is known.
  • Research on red-bellied piranha breeding behavior in nature has revealed certain behavioral patterns around nesting sites.
  • This hybridization likely occurs due to their similar breeding behaviors, such as communal use of gravel nests.
  • Like many fish, males of " Lepomis punctatus " may exhibit one of two different breeding behaviors.
  • The breeding behavior of CMSs has not been directly observed, but most likely occurs on the forest floor.
  • They generally lay two to four eggs, although the breeding behavior of the bay hornero is virtually unknown.
  • His pioneering work on Wilson's petrel and research on the breeding behavior of penguins earned him a Cambridge doctorate.
  • Little is actually known about the breeding behaviors of this animal, due to the difficulty of finding and tracking specimens.
  • Male Mozambique tilapias synchronize breeding behavior in terms of courtship activity and territoriality in order to take advantage of female spawning synchrony.
  • Each group contains a number of subspecies . " Sumichrast's scrub jay " stands apart from the others in its altruistic breeding behavior.
  • The Peregrine Fund provides student support, training and guidance in the study of the breeding behavior and ecology of the New Guinea harpy eagle.
  • There have also been numerous studies of evening bats in which breeding behaviors in colonies that took to roosting in household attics were observed.
  • The pygmy sunfishes are too small to be game fish, but are popular as aquarium fish because of the males'iridescent colors and fascinating breeding behaviors.
  • Several pairs of cranes have shown signs of breeding behavior, Nesbitt said, explaining that whooping cranes mature at an age of 3 to 5 years.
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