- From Ancient Greek μελεαγρίς (meleagris, "guineafowl") (Wiktionary)
“Nikon D200, Kowa 883 telescope with TSN-PZ camera eyepiece 1/640s f/8.0 at 1000.0mm iso400 Response: This is an adult male wild turkey, Meleagris gallopavo.”
“The wild turkey Meleagris gallopavo is one of those animals.”
“Impress friends and relatives at your Thanksgiving table with some fantastic facts about our favorite feastable fowl; Meleagris Gallopavo …”
“Over 60 permanent residents including ruffed grouse Bonasa umbellus and wild turkey Meleagris gallopavo can be seen all year round.”
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“Meleagris gallopavo silvestris | clusterflock etc.”
“Wild turkey Meleagris gallopavo and beaver Castor Canadensis have been successfully reintroduced.”
“I spent far more time looking at turkeys Meleagris gallopavo.”
“He doesn't neglect to spec a free-range bird of comparatively modest size, as well as an ingenious series of rotations for the torso of Meleagris gallopavo that will help to cook it evenly.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Meleagris’.
Big-tent list of all things turkey, from the name of the country to colloquial phrases containing the term turkey. Anything turkey-related is welcome.
Looking for tweets for Meleagris.