Lapaire (zó-eolaíocht)

Ón Vicipéid, an chiclipéid shaor.
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Lapaire
Gobadáinín mionbhosach (Calidris pusilla)
Gobadáinín mionbhosach (Calidris pusilla)
Aicmiú eolaíoch
Ríocht:Animalia
Fíleam:Chordata
Aicme:Aves
Ord:Charadriiformes (partim)
Fo-oird

Is éin é an lapaire a aimsítear go coitianta ar imeallbhoird agus ar réileáin láibe, a théann ag spágáilar thóir foráiste chun bia a sholáthar (mar shampla feithidícrústaigh, sa láib nó sa ghaineamh.
  Is ball den ord Charadriiformes iad, lena n-áirítearfaoileáin, falcóga agus a gcuid caidreamh.

Tá thart ar 210 speiceas dóibh ann [1], an chuid is mó acu beo i mbogaigh nó timpeallachtaí cósta. Déanann go leor speiceas ón Artach agus ó réigiúin mheasartha imirce go láidir, ach is minic a bhíonn na héin trópaiceacha ina gcónaí go buan in áit amháin nó bogann siad ach amháin mar fhreagra ar phatrúin bháistí. Bíonn cuid de na speiceas Artach, mar shampla an gobadáinín beag, i measc na n-imirceach cianeitilt, ag caitheamh an tséasúirs neamhphóraithe sa leathsféar theas.

Tagairtí[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

Foinsí[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

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