Ivory Gull

Ivory Gull

Summary:

Literature Ivory Gull
[order] Charadriiformes |

Ivory Gull determination[order] Charadriiformes | [family] Laridae | [latin] Pagophila eburnea | [UK] Ivory Gull | [FR] Mouette blanche | [DE] Elfenbeinmöwe | [ES] Gaviota Marfilena | [IT] Gabiano ebureno | [NL] Ivoormeeuw


Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Xema eburnea
  2. Pagophila eburnea EU, NA n coasts

Literature

Title
Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea) Distribution in Late Summer and Autumn in Eastern Lancaster Sound and Western Baffin Bay
Author(s): WAYNE E. RENAUD and PETER L. MCLAREN
Abstract: Ivory gulls in western Baffin Bay and eastern Lancaster Sound were studied in 1976, 1978 and 1979 using aerial surveys. uring September and October concentrations of hundreds of ivory gulls occurred along glacier fronts on southeast Ellesmere and no..[more]..
Source: ARCTIC VOL. 35, NO.1 (MARCH 1982), P. 141-148
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All of Laridae

  1. Audouins Gull
  2. Larus audouinii
  1. Black-headed Gull
  2. Larus ridibundus
  1. Black-legged Kittiwake
  2. Rissa tridactyla
  1. Franklins Gull
  2. Larus pipixcan
  1. Great Black-Backed Gull
  2. Larus marinus
  1. Grey-headed Gull
  2. Larus cirrocephalus
  1. Herring Gull
  2. Larus argentatus
  1. Ivory Gull
  2. Pagophila eburnea
  1. Laughing Gull
  2. Larus atricilla
  1. Lesser Black-backed Gull
  2. Larus fuscus
  1. Little Gull
  2. Larus minutus
  1. Mediterranean Gull
  2. Larus melanocephalus
  1. Ring-billed Gull
  2. Larus delawarensis
  1. Rosss Gull
  2. Rhodostethia rosea
  1. Yellow-Legged Gull
  2. Larus cachinnans
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