Jolly JN and Colbourne RM (1991) Translocations of the Little spotted Kiwi (Apteryx
owenii) between offshore islands of New Zealand.
Rhea americana is a species of birds belonging to the ratite group, which includes ostriches (Struthio camelus), emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae), cassowaries (Casuarius casuarius) and kiwis (Apteryx
The conical type is only reported in the brown kiwi (Apteryx
mantelli); the vaned type is present in ostriches (Struthio camelus) and rheas (Rhea americana) ; and pleated form is widely reported in most birds (neognathae) such as quail , black kite , galah , common buzzard , mallard , pigeon , and jungle crow .
), there are pseudonyms used by Eliot, like Crites, Possum ("de Possum" or Old Possum), Tar Baby, Gus Krutzsch, Charles James Grimble, Helen B.
GRANT, A., 2001.- DNA sexing of brown kiwi (Apteryx
mantelli) from feather samples.
--The well-known kiwi bird (Apteryx
australis), a brown creature as a handful of rough fur, with two legs and a pert nose, draws the name of the fruit, and the name of the locals here, "kiwies," and also the name of the country, Kiwiland