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Synonyms for Emberizidae

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Other families with high abundance were Tyrannidae, Columbidae, Thraupidae and Emberizidae, all in predominantly terrestrial environments.
Los estadios inmaduros tambien parecen ser parasitos oportunistas, ya que se han encontrado asociados a diferentes especies de mamiferos (familia Cervidae, Tayassuidae, Procyonidae, Sciuridae, Leporidae, Dasyproctidae y Erethizontidae) y aves (familias Turdidae, Emberizidae, Corvidae y Falconidae) (13).
Cathartidae 3% Columbidae 5% Trochilidae 3% Picidae 8% Turdidae 3% Thraupidae 3% Accipitridae 3% Cuculidae 3% Trogonidae 3% Ty ranidae 8% Mimidae 11% Emberizidae 5% Falconidae 5% Caprimulgidae 3% Todidae 14% Vireonidae 5% Parulidae 8% Icteridae 8% Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico segmentado.
Ziswiler (1979) from a study of the stiffening devices of the tongue confirmed his earlier position that the Emberizidae, Ploceidae, and Estrildidae had evolved the seed-eating adaptation separately.
Birds that utilize forest into which chickens roam and that have ecologic behaviors that might put them at risk of coming into contact with poultry and poultry feces include ground birds (or those that spend a significant amount of time on the ground), such as Tynamidae (tinamous), Columbidae (pigeons and doves), Thamnophilidae (antbirds, antshrikes), Caprimulgidae (nightjars and nighthawks), Furnariidae (foliage gleaners and leaf tossers), Formicaridae (antpittas), Emberizidae (finches and grassquits), or Turdidae (thrushes), and birds that might either consume chickens or aggregate near foodstuff consumed by chickens, such as Cathartidae (vultures), some members of Accipitridae and Falconidae (hawks, eagles, falcons), Cracidae (guans), and Odontophoridae (quails).
Durante esos periodos de descanso los mas visibles fueron los Columbidae, Guira guira (Cuculidae) sobre los cables (solitarios, en parejas, o en grupos de tres), o los Emberizidae como Sicalis spp.
The haemoproteidae (Apicomplexa:Haemosporina) of the avian families Fringillidae and Emberizidae s.
It is also home to different species of swifts (family Apodidae), swallows (Hirundinidae), wrens (Troglodytidae), flycatchers (Muscicapidae), known locally as zorzales, finches (family Emberizidae, known as chirihues, chincoles, and semilleros; Fringillidae, the finches, linnets, and siskins known as jilgueros, diucas and yales), and the New World oriole (Icteridae) known as loicas and tordos.
In the Northeast region, few investigations in the Atlantic Forest contributed to the knowledge of mites associated with passerines (Roda and Farias, 1999) and, more specifically, to the family Emberizidae (Lyra-Neves et al.
Family Number of Fatalities Parulidae 272 Turdidae 38 Emberizidae 38 Vireonidae 23 Regulidae 13 Troglodytidae 6 Cardinalidae 5 Icteridae 5 Mimidae 5 Certhiidae 2 Picidae 2 Tyrannidae 2 Unidentified 2 Cuculidae 1 Sturnidae 1
The hygrophilous environment (swamp) shelters several Emberizidae species, mainly during spring and summer, such as Sicalis luteola.
Un total de 136 especies de aves terrestres y acuaticas fueron registradas en todos los sitios combinados (Apendice 1), distribuidas en 37 familias (16 paserinos y 21 no paserinos), de las cuales Tyrannidae (22 especies; 16%), Emberizidae (19; 15%) y Furnariidae (17; 12,5%), fueron las de mayor numero de especies, las mismas contribuyen altamente al numero tipico de especies de valles secos encontrados en otros estudios (Fjeldsa y Mayer 1996, Martinez 2000, Herzog & Kessler 2002).
La muestra obtenida estuvo representada por 10 familias (Figura 1), de las cuales Tyrannidae resulto la mas rica (5 especies), seguida por Emberizidae (4) y Parulidae (3).