Difference between revisions of "Great spotted woodpecker"

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| width=640 rowspan=7 | The Great Spotted Woodpecker (or Greater Spotted Woodpecker) is a bird species of the woodpecker family (Picidae). It is distributed throughout Europe and northern Asia, and usually resident year-round except in the colder parts of its range. It is not considered a threatened species by the IUCN, being widely distributed and quite common. A significant recent increase in the British population has been suggested as the cause of the recolonisation of Ireland.
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| rowspan=7 | The Great Spotted Woodpecker (or Greater Spotted Woodpecker) is a bird species of the woodpecker family (Picidae). It is distributed throughout Europe and northern Asia, and usually resident year-round except in the colder parts of its range. It is not considered a threatened species by the IUCN, being widely distributed and quite common. A significant recent increase in the British population has been suggested as the cause of the recolonisation of Ireland.
 
For more information, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Spotted_Woodpecker Wikipedia entry].
 
For more information, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Spotted_Woodpecker Wikipedia entry].
  
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File:Bully69358.JPG |[[Bullyland 69358 Spotted Woodpecker ]]
 
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File:Kaiyodo Furuta Chocoegg 5 Great Spotted Woodpecker.jpg|[[Kaiyodo Furuta Chocoegg 5 Great Spotted Woodpecker]]
 
File:Kaiyodo Furuta Chocoegg 5 Great Spotted Woodpecker.jpg|[[Kaiyodo Furuta Chocoegg 5 Great Spotted Woodpecker]]

Latest revision as of 21:53, 28 September 2016

phylum Chordata The Great Spotted Woodpecker (or Greater Spotted Woodpecker) is a bird species of the woodpecker family (Picidae). It is distributed throughout Europe and northern Asia, and usually resident year-round except in the colder parts of its range. It is not considered a threatened species by the IUCN, being widely distributed and quite common. A significant recent increase in the British population has been suggested as the cause of the recolonisation of Ireland.

For more information, visit the Wikipedia entry.

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clade Diapsida
Class Aves
order Piciformes
family Picidae
genus Dendrocopos
species D. major