Title Francolin (Francolinus francolinus)'s Foraging Habits and its Importance on Biodiversity
Authors Atilla TAŞKIN, Güray ERENER, Ahmet ŞAHİN, Ömer CAMCI
Abstract Destruction of habitat, using pesticides and indiscriminate hunting affects negatively the biological diversity and of Phasianidae family Turac unconscious (Francolinus francolinus). Especially in the field of stuble fires destroyed many puppies are francolin. Francolins generally with plant seeds and earthworms fed on the food lists are located in coleoptera and hymenoptera. The Mediterranean and Southeast Anatolia regionsin Turkey, olive and fruit orchards, pastures, cultivated fields and roadsides in natural habitats can be found in the families of francolin. In this review, sunn pest of wheat in the world and the enemies of our country and the rapidly decreasing numbers of wild birds eaten meat with to sunn pest prevention Turac (Francolinus francolinus)'s were emphasized. Also, francolin's role on biodiversity and its foraging habits and behaviors were mentioned.
Keywords Biodiversity, phasianidae, francolin, foraging habits
Journal DERLEME - Turkish Journal of Scientific Reviews
Issue Issue 2
Page 119-121
Year 2012
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