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   Larus atricilla (Laughing Gull) 

Broader Terms:
   Ciconiiformes (cormorants) 
   Laridae (guillemots) 
   Larus (kittiwakes) 

More Specific:
   Larus atricilla atricilla 
   Larus atricilla megalopterus 
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Common Names: mouette atricille, Lachmeeuw, Aztekenmöwe, Laughing Gull, ワライカモメ, Gaviota reidora, Gaviota reidora americana, Gaviota Guanaguanare, Sotvingad mås, Gabbiano sghignazzante

11.  Ornithodoros (Alectorobius) capensis Neumann (Acari: Ixodoidea: Argasidae), a parasite of seabirds, established along the southeastern seacoast of the United States.LinkIT
Keirans JE, Hutcheson HJ, Oliver JH
Journal of medical entomology, 1992

12.  Environmentally acquired lead, cadmium, and manganese in the cattle egret, Bubulcus ibis, and the laughing gull, Larus atricilla.LinkIT
Hulse M, Mahoney JS, Schroder GD, Hacker CS, Pier SM
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 1980

13.  Organochlorine residues in six species of estuarine birds, South Carolina, 1971-75.LinkIT
Blus LJ, Lamont TG
Pesticides monitoring journal, 1979

14.  Environmentally acquired lead in the laughing gull, Larus atricilla.LinkIT
Munoz RV, Hacker CS, Gesell TF
Journal of wildlife diseases, 1976

15.  The effects of testosterone and estrogen on the rate of long-calling vocalization in juvenile laughing gulls, Larus atricilla.LinkIT
Terkel AS, Moore CL, Beer CG
Hormones and behavior, 1976

16.  Metabolism during flight in the laughing gull, Larus atricilla.LinkIT
Tucker VA
The American journal of physiology, 1972

17.  The role of stimulus-orientation in eliciting the begging response from newly-hatched chicks of the laughing gull (Larus atricilla).LinkIT
Hailman JP
Animal behaviour, 1971

18.  Spectral reflectance of gull's bill: physiological and evolutionary implications for animal communication.LinkIT
Hailman JP
Science (New York, N.Y.), 1968

Young RT
Science (New York, N.Y.), 1912