This species probably won't survive the forthcoming winter, but it seems likely that the stunning Clifden Nonpareil and possibly even the Rosy Underwing
, have already established footholds in southern England."
For example, Cornell ecologist Melinda LaBranche, sitting alone, ankle-deep in mud on April 10, 2004, saw the bird's white underwing
The aircraft has four underwing
and two fuselage stations capable of carrying air-to-ground ordnance, including Kh-31P anti-radar missiles (110 km range), Kh-31A anti-ship missiles (70 km range), Kh-29L laser-guided or Kh-29T TV-guided air-to-ground missiles, and KAB-500L/Kr (laser/TV) guided bombs.
The West African Thrush (Turdus pelios) can be distinguished from other members of the genus by the brown colour above, different from the underwing
, and part of the flanks having orange-chestnut colour.
Amongst other things, this aircraft had suffered considerable damage to its underwing
, port and starboard fuel tanks.
Three feathers fall, the opalescent soft down of his underwing
. They rest on the water.
These included the potato stem borer, Hydraecia micacea Esper, and the large yellow underwing
(cutworm), Noctua pronuba L.
Some of the standouts include the brilliant scarlet ibis, the wedge-headed hammerkop, and Lady Ross's turacou (with its scarlet flash of underwing
The opening poem in the series is set in the Faubourg Saint-Germain, where the protege holds court amid the beau monde: The swan's neck of the teacup, her black vizard Plunged underwing
, conceals her face like a modest cocotte Who can't bring herself to look up at the honored guest, As the silver hammer of the tea service practices Chings in runs of triplets, and the tea steam hangs Phantom chrysanthemums on long, evaporating stems In the air of the winter apartment.
Designed to yield substantial fuel efficiency benefits, the NASA STARC-ABL aircraft is a subsonic commercial aircraft concept with conventional underwing
gas-turbine engines and a ducted, Boundary Layer Ingesting (BLI) tailcone propulsor driven by a turboelectric propulsion system.
Each B-52 was capable of carrying six ACMs on two underwing
pylons for a total of twelve AGM-129As per aircraft.