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Definition of the noun African finfoot
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by James A. Jobling
personatus had been considered congeneric with the African Finfoot Podica, but Sharpe (1893) believed its soft tail, and bill- and wing- shapes reflected a truer affinity to the Sungrebe Heliornis. heliophiletica Gr, helios ...
In which the Zoological Characteristics that Distinguish the Different Classes, Genera, and Species, are Combined with a Variety of Interesting Information Illustrative of the Habits, Instincts, and General Economy of the Animal Kingdom. To which are Added, A Syllabus of Practical Taxidermy, and A Glossarial Appendix. Embellished with Nine Hundred Woodcuts, Expressly Engraved for this Work by Samuel Maunder
America t while the other, J' otiica Seneunkn*U,OT African Finfoot, is, a* the name implies, a native of XV. Africa. FILARIA. A genus of Entosoa, having a long, slender, and thread-like body , ...
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African Finfoot (Podica senegalensis)
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- African Finfoot (Podica senegalensis)
- African Finfoot
Female African Finfoot found on the Kariega River, Eastern Cape. They are very elusive and a great find for any birder.
- African Finfoot
African Finfoot at Lake Mburo of Uganda by Crammy Wanyama - 2015.
- African Finfoot (preening and foraging)
(preening and foraging)