Definition of Pallas's sandgrouse
: a sandgrouse (Syrrhaptes paradoxus) of central Asia that has long sharply-pointed tail feathers, wings without white markings, and a conspicuous black patch on the belly
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Origin and Etymology of pallas's sandgrouse
after Peter S. Pallas
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