black wood-partridge

black wood-partridge
juodosios kurapkos statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas atitikmenys: lot. Melanoperdix angl. black wood-partridge vok. Schwarzwachtel, f rus. чёрная куропатка, f pranc. perdrix noire, f ryšiai: platesnis terminaskurapkos siauresnis terminasjuodoji kurapka

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