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The population genetic structure of the species suggests it generally disperses along waterways. The average natal dispersal of the purple-crowned fairy-wren is less than 3 km of river distance in quality habitat, but movements of up to 70 km of river distance have been recorded.

On March 13, 2010, nimoca was interoperated with two similar cards in Fukuoka—SUGOCA from Kyūshū Railway Company (JR Kyūshū) and Hayakaken from Fukuoka City Transportation Bureau—plus Suica, a card used in Greater Tokyo Area by East Japan Railway Company (JR East).

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The fish host for this mussel species is the freshwater drum ( Aplodinotus grunniens ). This mussel inhabits medium-sized to large rivers and can be found in riffles with a slow or moderate current. It often buries itself a few centimeters deep in the substrate, which may be sand, gravel, rocks, or mud.

The tempo is quasi berceuse, or in the style of a lullaby. This section now has metered notation. The theme has tenuto accents at the beginning of each bar, emphasizing the shifting meter in this section. 3 sharps are added in the introduction, though there is an absence of any key signature and a distinct key is still avoided.

While dormant he appears to be a statue of a frog. Seth is tricked into feeding the statue, thereby awakening the demon. The statue bites Seth, marking him as the target of the demon. The demon slowly comes to life and begins an unrelenting quest to find and devour Seth.

They won their next fixture, at home to Bradford City, before managing only one point from their three festive games. A New Year’s Eve defeat left them with only thirteen points from a possible 34. After an FA Cup First Round exit to Bristol City, 1905 started with a bang: 6–0 and 2–0 home wins over Barnsley and Burnley.