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Eurylaimidae

[‚yu̇r·ə′lā·mə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The broadbills, the single family of the avian suborder Eurylaimi.
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98) Like the Indian cuckoo and paradise flycatcher in this list, the broadbill was originally entered for the Brunei-Dusuns (see R.
The Fish and Wildlife Service placed the broadbill on the candidate list, where it waited until 1983--and until the population had already declined to as few as 100 individuals in just 150 acres of forest habitat.
The contrast between the boys is most pronounced in the account of David's effort to land the broadbill, which serves as the centerpiece of the "Bimini" section.
Like the Mariana mallard, the Guam broadbill also was probably never abundant.
So when a broadbill was spotted during an East Cape trip being filmed for a segment of ``Inside Sportfishing,'' a bait was naturally tossed on it.
lugubris Butaguchi Pseudocaranx dentex Kahala Seriola dumerili Other Lobster Spiny Panulirus marginatus Slipper Scyllarides squammosus Pelagic Management Unit Species Blue marlin Makaira mazara Striped marlin Tetrapturus audax Broadbill swordfish Xiphias gladius Shortbill spearfish T.
Nothing but decoys, decoys, decoys--brant, broadbill, redheads.
27 boats checked in with no fewer than 60, count 'em, 60 broadbill swordfish.
Age determination of broadbill swordfish, Xiphias gladius, from the Straits of Florida, using anal fin spine sections.
Oakbrook Park pictographs: Located in the hills above Thousand Oaks in eastern Chumash territory, the paintings include images common to Chumash art, such as the broadbill swordfish.
The longline fishery targets broadbill swordfish, Xiphias gladius; and bigeye tuna, Thunnus obesus, and now lands about 9,000 t (20 million lb, including all species) much of which is exported.
As they made the first pass, I called on my 1940s Zimmerman broadbill call.