Ardea

(from the article `heron`) ...on the back and participate in elaborate mutual-courtship posturing. Best known of the typical herons are the very large, long-legged and ...
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Ardea

genus Ardea noun type genus of the Ardeidae: large New and Old World herons
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Ardea

[genus] Ardea is a genus of herons. Linnaeus named this genus as the great herons, referring to the generally large size of these birds, typically 80–100 cm or more in length. These large herons are associated with wetlands where they prey on fish, frogs, and other aquatic species. Most members of this almost worldwide group breed colonia...
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Ardea

[journal] Ardea is a peer reviewed scientific journal and the official publication of the Netherlands Ornithologists` Union, having been published by that body since 1912. It is published twice a year and contains articles on birds, in particular relating to their ecology, life history, and evolution. It also publishes special issues on con...
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Ardea

ancient town of the Rutuli people and now a modern village in the Lazio regione, west-central Italy. It lies 23 miles (37 km) south of Rome. In ...
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Ardea

[n] - type genus of the Ardeidae: large New and Old World herons
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