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EGCAEuropean Group Cat Association
EGCAEngineering & General Contractors Association (San Diego, CA)
EGCAEmersons Green Community Association (UK)
EGCAEstonian Grid Certification Authority
EGCAEgretta Caerulea (little blue heron)
EGCAÉglise Gnostique Catholique Apostolique (French: Gnostic Catholic Apostolic Church; various locations)
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Nombre cientifico Nombre comun Familia Orden 1 Egretta caerulea Garza azul Ardeidae Ciconiiformes 2 Pandion haliaetus Aguila pescadora Pandionidae Falconiformes 3 Falco peregrinus Halcon peregrino Falconidae 4 Pardirallus sanguinolentus Gallineta comun Rallidae Gruiformes 5 Columbina minuta Alfarerita Columbidae Columbiformes 6 Tyto alba Lechuza de campanario Tytonidae Strigiformes 7 Chaetura pelagica Vencejo de chimenea Apodidae Apodiformes 8 Euscarthmus meloryphus Mosqueta copetona Tyrannidae 9 Poospiza hispanolensis Dominiqui comun 10 Sporophila Espiguero blanco y luctuosa negro Emberizidae Passeriformes 11 Sporophila obscura Espiguero pardo 12 Sporophila Espiguero pico de peruviana loro 13 Agelaius Tordo cabeza icterocephalus amarilla Icteridae
Tinaminyssus belopolskii was described in Russia in Ardea cinerea (Linnaeus, 1758) (Bregetova, 1950 apud Pence, 1975), other Ardeidae reported for this nasal mite were Egretta caerulea (Linnaeus, 1758), Butorides virescens (Linnaeus, 1758), Egretta thula (Molina, 1782), and Egretta tricolor (Statius Muller, PL, 1776), in the State of Louisiana, United States of America (Pence, 1972).
Birds: Anas discors, Pluvialis squatarola, Butorides striatus, Egretta caerulea, Nycticorax violaceus in the study areas were found to be natural hosts of M.
Different species of herons and egrets had differences in the timing of the highest tallies: Ardea herodias and Egretta caerulea had their greatest abundance during early fall; Plegadis chihi and Bubulcus ibis in late fall; Nyctanassa violacea in early winter; Ardea alba in late winter; and the other species in early spring.