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Synonyms for Campephilus

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PICIDAE - Real: Melanerpes candidus, Campephilus leucopogon; Null: Picumnus cirratus, Melanerpes cactorum, Piculus chrysochloros, Celeus flavescens, Dryocopus lineatus, D.
grammicus Campephilus melanoleucos Thamnophilidae (13) Taraba major Thamnophilus aethiops T.
At the conclusion of oral presentations on Friday afternoon, the conferees were treated to a screening of a remarkable documentary film on the search for Ivory-billed Woodpeckers ( Campephilus principalis) near the town of Brinkley, Arkansas.
spectabilis Lineated Woodpecker Dryocopus lineatus Red-necked Woodpecker Campephilus rubricollis Crimson-crested Woodpecker C.
castaneus*, Dryocopus lineatus*, Campephilus guatemalensis*; Dendrocolaptidae: Dendrocolaptes picumus*, Xiphocolaptes promeropirhynchus ; Furnariidae: Pseudocolaptes lawrencii, Xenops minutus*, X.
chrysochloros T 1 Celeus grammicus C 1 Campephilus rubricollis T 1 2 C.
Evidence for survival of Ivory-billed Woodpeckers (Campephilus principalis) in Arkansas and Florida includes recordings of "double raps" (DRs) from autonomous recording units (ARUs) in White River National Wildlife Refuge (WRNWR) and along the Choctawhatchee River, which sound much like the double raps of some Campephilus woodpeckers (Charif et al.
In addition we made similar measurements for DR recordings of four Campephilus species: Pale-billed Woodpecker (C.
Peak-to-peak rap times for ARU DRs and DWCs were either similar to or slower than examples from Campephilus species (Table 1).
principalis as a louder first rap followed by a softer second rap, other Campephilus species are known to occasionally produce DRs with a second rap louder than the first.
Our suspicion that many ARU DRs were produced by ducks is further reinforced by the similarity in auditory quality between the ARU and Eagle Lake recordings, in contrast to the acoustic quality of other Campephilus recordings (audio S3, audio S4 in Charif et al.