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- n. Chaetodon xanthocephalus, the yellowhead butterflyfish.
- n. Opistognathus aurifrons, the yellowheaded jawfish.
- n. A plant in the daisy family Inula.
- n. A plant in the daisy family Trichoptilium.
- n. Zanthoxylum flavum, a citrus plant.
- n. A pimple or pustule without a blackhead.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The yellow-headed blackbird, Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus, of the western United States; also a small perching bird, Clitonyx ochrocephala, of New Zealand.
In due course, it is hoped to reintroduce species extirpated from the area including kiwi and the yellowhead, or mohoua, (Mohoua ochrocephala).
November 25th, 2008 at 3:10 pm lancaster county pa gis yellowhead county alberta maps gmc acadia crash rating video groesste germanische online gesellschaft city soccer canal winchester dadhisejal Says:
Michelle, who lives on the West End, down yellowhead, or myself, who lives 2-5 blocks away?
He is a double yellowhead -- the only species of parrot which does sing.
That was followed by other catches featuring trout, reds, flounder and a yellowhead catfish.
In some places invasive species are driving native wildlife towards extinction, for example in New Zealand where the yellowhead bird is now endangered because of a surge in the number of rats, while the chytrid fungus is spreading around the world causing massive declines in amphibians
In New Zealand, the yellowhead is now Endangered because of rats.
The yellowhead has suffered in recent years due to a surge in the number of rats.
The IUCN Red List has changed the conservation status of the yellowhead from Vulnerable to Endangered.
In some places they are driving native wildlife towards extinction, for example in New Zealand where the yellowhead bird is now endangered because of a surge in the number of rats, while the chytrid fungus is spreading around the world causing massive declines in amphibians.