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Vincent DeOrchis, M.D.

Dr. DeOrchis practices General Neurology and has completed subspecialty training in Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular Disorders. He is certified by the Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. DeOrchis completed a B.S. in Neural Science at New York University, and thereafter pursued this academic interest at the Georgetown University Graduate School where he received a Masters Degree in Physiology and Biophysics.

Dr. DeOrchis obtained his Doctor of Medicine from the SUNY Downstate College of Medicine in Brooklyn, NY, and subsequently completed a Medical Internship at St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center in Manhattan.

Dr. DeOrchis completed a Neurology Residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Montefiore Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident. He remained at Albert Einstein to accomplish a Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular Disease with special interest in Electromyography (EMG).

Dr. DeOrchis has presented original research at the American Neurological Association’s annual meeting and has published in multiple peer-reviewed journals including ‘Headache’ and ‘Neurology’.

Currently, Dr. DeOrchis is an Assistant Attending Physician at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY; St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, NY; and Long Island Jewish Hospital in New Hyde Park, NY.

Mount Cameroon Francolin Pternistiscamerunensis

J.; Christie, D. A.; Elliott, A.; Fishpool, L. D. C. 2014. HBW and BirdLife International Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World. Male greyish below with warm brown upperparts and diagnostic red bill, eye surround, legs and feet. Female has similar coloured soft parts but plumage mottled brown below with heavily cheap nba jerseys barred upperparts. Immature resembles female but is barred, not streaked, below. Similar spp. Scaly Francolin F. squamatus has darker underparts and lacks bare red skin around the eyes. Voice Highly distinctive, described as high pitched, triple whistle. During survey cheap jerseys work in 1984, it was found to be common, especially on the southern slopes of the mountain. Recent sightings have been irregular and are cheap jerseys shop usually of single pairs (J. Acworth in litt. 1999). It is judged to have been scarce since 1996 at least, and it has been noted that some records could relate to the Scaly Francolin F. squamatus (F. Njie in litt. This equates to 667 1,666 mature individuals, rounded here to 600 1,700 mature individuals. However, recent sightings have been irregular and are usually of single pairs (J. Acworth in litt. 1999) and the species wholesale nfl jerseys from china is judged to have been scarce since 1996 at least (F. Njie in litt. 2006). Acworth in litt. 1999). Acworth in litt. 1999). Recurrent bush fires destroy forest, particularly on the south east slopes (F. Dowsett Lemaire in litt. 1999). Clearance is an additional problem, notably on the east side of the mountain where it is extensive and could become more serious, with hunting posing a relatively insignificant (but continuing) threat. The species and its eggs may be targeted by hunters and other people (F. Njie in litt. 2007).

Conservation Actions UnderwayThere is an internationally funded conservation and development project on Mt Cameroon, though efforts to date have mainly concentrated on lowland areas threatened with clearance for plantation agriculture (J. Acworth in litt. 1999). Collect detailed distributional information including any evidence of fragmentation. Determine its habitat use more precisely. Control/regulate human induced burning of grasslands. J.; Stuart, S. N. 1985. Threatened birds of Africa and related islands: the ICBP/IUCN Red Data Book.

Fuller, R. A.; Carroll, J. P.; McGowan, P. J. K. 2000. Partridges, quails, francolins, snowcocks, guineafowl, and turkeys. Status survey and conservation action plan 2000 2004. IUCN and World Pheasant Association, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.

Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE) species/site profile. This species has been identified as an AZE trigger due to its IUCN Red List status and limited range.Articles Connexes´╝Ü

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