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Articles : 6
Depuis : 26/08/2005
Categorie : Environnement & Bio

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Le Guide Ornitho

Les ornithologues et autres amateurs d'oiseaux en Europe ont tous feuilletés le Guide Ornitho... Le plus complet de tous les guides... J'ai noté quelques espèces qui ne sont pas citées dans ce livre à prendre en compte lors de vos identifications suspectes : - Cratérope d'Inde - Cratérope d'Irak - Tarier de Sibérie - Coucou Didric - Pigeon
Evolution theories

Evolution theories

Darwin's drawing of finches I will try to bring back to you here some great principles concerning the various theories on Evolution...(...it will never be achieved, sure...) 1859 Charles Darwin : Sexual selection is a struggle between males to access to females ; the result isn't the unsuccessfull competitor death, but few or not descendants. 1932
Dino-birds

Dino-birds

Who are the ancestor of birds ? Dinosaurs ! And in consequence...Do you realize that you have certainely ever eat a descendant of dino... last week, when you have ordered a chicken curry... Surprised ? Microraptor zhaoianus (see the article of Eric BUFFETAUT) It becomes largely accepted that the ancestors of birds are Dinosaurs, and more particular

References

SOMES REFERENCES TREE OF LIFE WEB PROJECT A fabulous synthesis of current knowledge on the evolution of life. The Origin and Evolution of Birds, 2nd Edition.-Alan Feduccia. 1999. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. x + 466 pp. Even if Alan Feduccia avanced controversed arguments, "The Origin and Evolution of Birds is still by far the bes
Passeriformes Radiation

Passeriformes Radiation

I let you read this article which bring new hypotheses concerning the largest avian radiation, that of the Passeriformes, beginning according to the autors at the Eocene. They currently represent more than 5,700 species among approximately the 10,000 birds species currently listed. Barker, F.K., A. Cibois, P.A. Schikler, J. Feinstein, and J. Cracra
Birds at the "Musée d'Orsay"

Birds at the "Musée d'Orsay"

Details showing birds at the Musée d'Orsay : Monet Les dindons, 1876 Gaugain Le Douanier-Rousseau La guerre, 1894 La charmeuse de serpent, 1907 Japonisme