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cinereous

[sə′nir·ē·əs]
(biology)
Ashen in color.
Having the inert and powdery quality of ashes.
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These nest observations are only the second published for the cinereous mourner, and they fit with the proposal that mourners exhibit Batesian mimicry.
This study aimed to determine the minimum anesthetic concentration (MAC) and dose-related cardiovascular effects of isoflurane during controlled ventilation in cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus).
Ecology and behavior of southern South American Cinereous Harriers, Circus cinereus.
Discovery of the nest and eggs of the Cinereous Finch (Piezorhina cinerea), a Peruvian endemic.
3 cm wide at the base, triangular, spreading, nearly flat, attenuate, recurving, often with purple spots and/or margins, densely lepidote, cinereous green.
We registered the response of raptors and non-raptors to the presence of five species of raptors (hereafter, target species): Cinereous Harrier (Circus cinereus), Long-winged Harrier (C.
1 mm thick near the base, coriaceous, subspreading-recurved, distinctly channeled throughout mainly under water stress, completely covered on both sides by coarse cinereous trichomes which obscure the pale bronze color of the leaves, nerved abaxially, margins upright, straight, subdensely to densely spinose, spines narrowly-triangular acicular, prevailingly spreading-retrorse, yellowish at the apex, densely white-lepidote at base, 2-3 mm long, ca.
Little is known about the biology and natural history of the Cinereous Warbling-Finch, Poospiza cinerea (Emberizidae), a rare bird that sparsely occurs in central Brazil where it has been considered inexplicably scarce and local (Ridgely and Tudor 1989).
Inflorescence 18-30 cm long, 7-10 cm wide, 2-branched, cinereous during anthesis and brown in fruiting period, axis violet-black, erect, pyramidal, lax, densely covered with cinereous indument and the spikes with ferruginous indument, loosing the indument with age, 8-12 branches 1.
The Cinereous Warbling Finch (Poospiza cinerea) is endemic to the large savannah-like biome known as Cerrado in central South America (Silva and Bates 2002).
guttatus Cinereous Tinamou Crypturellus cinereus Little Tinamou C.