Sterna hirundo (Laridae) - Balz und Kopulation

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Title
Sterna hirundo (Laridae) - Balz und Kopulation
Alternative Title
Sterna hirundo (Laridae) - Courtship and Copulation
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License
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Identifiers
IWF Signature
E 659
Publisher
Release Date
1964
Language
Silent film
Producer
Rittinghaus, Hans
Production Year
1963

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IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 84 m ; SW, 8 min

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Abstract
Flußseeschwalbe. Fischchenspiel der balzenden Partner: Das bettelnde Weibchen und das fischchentragende Männchen trippeln umeinander herum, wobei das Weibchen den Fisch zu entreißen versucht. Kopulation: Aufspringen und Ausbalancieren des Männchens auf dem Rücken des Weibchens, nach dem Schwanz-nach-oben-Schlagen des Weibchens Kopulation.
Mating (with fish ritual) and copulation of Sterna hirundo on the beach not far from the hatching place.
Keywords Seeschwalbe / Flußseeschwalbe Flußseeschwalbe Sterna hirundo Gangarten / Aves Kopulation / Charadriiformes Balz / Charadriiformes courtship / Charadriiformes copulation / Charadriiformes gaits / Aves Sterna hirundo common tern Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Charadriiformes - Wat- und Möwenvögel Aves - Vögel Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates aves - birds charadriiformes - waders, gulls and auks biology
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