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Valverde Gómez, José Antonio, 1926-2003 (2008)
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Research
Subjects: Zoología, Ecología, Vertebrados, Aves, Anfibios, Mamíferos, Laguna de Duero (Valladolid, España), Provincia) [Valladolid (España], Castilla y León (España), Zoology, Ecology, Vertebrates, Birds, Amphibians, Mammals, Laguna de Duero (Valladolid, Spain), Province) [Valladolid (Spain], Castilla y León (Spain)
Salida de campo a Laguna de Duero (Valladolid) la mañana del 7 de marzo de 1952, de la que se anotaron observaciones sobre los siguientes mamíferos: Arvicola sapidus (Rata de agua) y "Pytimis" (llamado así por el autor, siendo posiblemente el actual género Midrotus), los siguientes anfibios: Epidalea calamita (Sapo corredor, llamado Bufo calamita por el autor), Pelobates cultripes (Sapo de espuelas), Pleurodeles waltl (Gallipato), "Rana verde" (probablemente, la Rana Común, Pelophylax perezi) y "Tritón" (probablemente, Lissotriton sp. o Triturus sp.), y las siguientes aves: Alauda arvensis (Alondra común), Anas acuta (Ánade rabudo), Anas clypeata (Cuchara Común, llamado Anas spatula por el autor), Anas penelope (Silbón europeo), Anas platyrhynchos (Ánade azulón), Anthus campestris (Bisbita campestre), Anthus pratensis (Bisbita común), Anthus spinoletta (Bisbita alpino), Anthus trivialis (Bisbita arbóreo), Ardea cinerea (Garza real), Charadrius dubius (Chorlitejo chico), Ciconia ciconia (Cigüeña blanca), Corvus corone (Corneja negra), Corvus frugilegus (Graja), Corvus monedula (Grajilla, llamada Coloeus por el autor), Emberiza schoeniclus (Escribano palustre), Falco naumanni (Cernícalo primilla), Falco tinnunculus (Cernícalo vulgar), Limosa limosa (Aguja colinegra), Lymnocryptes minimus (Agachadiza chica), Miliaria calandra (Triguero, llamada Emberiza calandra por el autor), Motacilla flava (Lavandera boyera), Pluvialis apricaria (Chorlito Dorado Europeo, llamado Charadrius apricarius por el autor), Saxicola torquata (Tarabilla común), Sturnus unicolor (Estornino negro), Tringa glareola (Andarríos bastardo), Tringa ochropus (Andarríos grande) y Vanellus vanellus (Avefría europea). Se incluye un pequeño esquema del recorrido realizado. Field trip to Laguna de Duero (Valladolid) during the morning of the 7th of March of 1952, of which there were noted observations about the following mammals: Arvicola sapidus (Southern Water Vole) and "Pytimis" (as refered by the author, being possibly the current genus Microtus), the following amphibians: Epidalea calamita (Natterjack Toad, refered as Bufo calamita by the author), "Green frog" (possibly, the Perez´s Frog, Pelophylax perezi), "Newt" (possibly, Lissotriton sp. or Triturus sp.), Pelobates cultripes (Western Spadefoot) and Pleurodeles waltl (Iberian Ribbed Newt), and the following birds: Alauda arvensis (Eurasian Skylark), Anas acuta (Northern Pintail), Anas clypeata (Northern Shoveler, refered as Ana spatula by the author), Anas penelope (Eurasian Wigeon), Anas platyrhynchos (Mallard), Anthus campestris (Tawny Pipit), Anthus pratensis (Meadow Pipit), Anthus spinoletta (Water Pipit), Anthus trivialis (Tree Pipit), Ardea cinerea (Grey Heron), Charadrius dubius (Little Ringed Plover), Ciconia ciconia (White Stork), Corvus corone (Carrion Crow), Corvus frugilegus (Rook), Corvus monedula (Eurasian Jackdaw, refered as Coloeus by the author), Emberiza schoeniclus (Reed Bunting), Falco naumanni (Lesser Kestrel), Falco tinnunculus (Common Kestrel), Limosa limosa (Black-tailed Godwit), Lymnocryptes minimus (Jack Snipe), Miliaria calandra (Corn Bunting, refered as Emberiza calandra by the author), Motacilla flava (Yellow Wagtail), Saxicola torquata (African Stonechat), Sturnus unicolor (Spotless Starling), Tringa glareola (Wood Sandpiper), Tringa ochropus (Green Sandpiper) and Vanellus vanellus (Northern Lapwing). A little diagram of the tour is included.
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