Charadrius alexandrinus (Charadriidae) - Balz und Kopulation

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Title
Charadrius alexandrinus (Charadriidae) - Balz und Kopulation
Alternative Title
Charadrius alexandrinus (Charadriidae) - Courtship and Copulation
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License
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Identifiers
IWF Signature
E 839
Publisher
Release Date
1965
Language
Silent film
Producer
Rittinghaus, Hans
Production Year
1964

Technical Metadata

IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 35 m ; SW, 3 1/2 min

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Subject Area
Abstract
Seeregenpfeifer. "Zeigen" der Nestmulde, Schwanzfächern, Schleudern und Verlegen; Muldescharren, Aufspringen und Trampeln des Männchens auf dem Weibchen, Hintenüberkippen bei der Kopulation.
Kentish plover. "Showing" the nest trough, tail fanning, flinging and mislaying, trough scratching, male jumping and trampling on the female, tipping over during copulation.
Keywords Regenpfeifer / Seeregenpfeifer Seeregenpfeifer Charadrius alexandrinus Trampeln Kopulation / Charadriiformes Balz / Charadriiformes courtship / Charadriiformes copulation / Charadriiformes trampling Charadrius alexandrinus kentish plover 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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