Western Screech-Owls Along the Shuswap River Western Screech-Owl (macfarlanei subspecies)
Recovery Strategy for the Western Screech-Owl, macfarlanei subspecies (Megascops kennicottii macfarlanei ) in British Columbia Western Screech-Owl, macfarlanei subspecies (Megascops kennicottii macfarlanei)
Kalmiopsis Volume 14, 2007 1 Robust specimen of Mirabilis macfarlanei . Photo by Gene Yates. M acFarlane's four-o'clock ( Mirabilis macfarlanei Constance and Rollins), a rare, beautiful perennial, is narrowly endemic to a small range (46 by 29 km) in northeastern Oregon and adjacent west central ...
Western Screech-Ow Western Screech-Owl l Fact Sheet What is a Western Screech-Owl? The Western Screech-Owl ( Otus kennicottii macfarlanei ) is a small, nocturnal owl that inhabits deciduous riparian woodlands in BC's southern interior.
We also found a few plants that appeared to be hybrids with Nepenthes macfarlanei . The pitchers were similarly shaped to those of Nepenthes ramispina but lighter in colour with some mottling inside the pitchers.
1 Accounts and Measures for Managing Identified Wildlife - Accounts V. 2004 1 "I NTERIOR " W ESTERN S CREECH -O WL Otus kennicottii macfarlanei Original prepared by R.J. Cannings Species Information Taxonomy The Western Screech-Owl was first described in 1867, but was long considered conspecific ...
In Bangladesh, T. macfarlanei is a dominant spider mite pest that infests many important agricultural crops such as jute, bean, and cucumber, and is found throughout most of the country .
cosewic committee on the status of endangered wildlife in canada cosepac comitÉ sur la situation des espÈces en pÉril au canada endangered – macfarlanei subspecies
Three of the endemic species are particularly spectacular and widespread, namely N. macfarlanei , N. ramispina and N. sanguinea, and these shall be reviewed in this article.
plant Nepenthes macfarlanei. Planta 119: 39–46. TROLL, W. 1932. Morphologie der schildfo¨rmigen Bla¨tter.Planta 17: 153–314. VINES, S. H. 1901.